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Correspondence re. the fifth distribution of Red Cross Parcels, includes: Newcuttings. Protection of stocks of Red Cross flour. Damage to parcels arriving on the SS Vega on the 09/03/1945. Statistics relating to the distribution of supplies from the third voyage of the SS Vega. Removal of invalids by the International Red Cross Request for information on Canon Cohu and John Nicolle. List of supplies from the SS Vega on 11/04/1945 (4th visit) Statistics relating to the supplies brought by the third visit of the SS Vega. List of medical supplies received from the International Red Cross

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Reference

B/A/W49/14/18

Date

March 20th 1945 - April 9th 1945

Names

SS Vega
Nicolle, John Whitley
Cohu, Clifford John, Canon
Red Cross
Bailiff's Chambers
Coutanche, Lord Alexander Moncrieff, 1892 - 1973, Bailiff of Jersey, 1935-1961
McKinstry, R N, Doctor
Iselin, Colonel
Leale, Jurat
Symons, Doctor
Mariotta, Monsieur
Cleve, V, Platzkommandantur
Heider, Major, Field Commandant
Burrell, F M
Wyss-Dunant, Edouard, Doctor
Cuenod, Jean Paul, Doctor
Overdale Hospital
Les Vaux Sanatorium
Callias, A
Schiele, Doctor
Hanna, John R, Doctor
Menzel, Walter
Marett, A F
Allport, Norman A
Bisson, H C
Sun Works
Harrison, A G
The Evening Post
Le Riche Edwards, H, Greffier of the States

Keywords

medical supplies | Flour | Bailiffs | Occupation | Second World War | Jersey | food parcels | Salt | Cigarettes | Tobacco | Leather | Prisoners of war | Flour | yeast | Soap | Fuel | invalids | evacuation | Western Bakery, St Peter

Dimensions

58 papers

Language

English
German

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation - please consult digital copy

Closed until

2100

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