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Account of the occupation of Jersey by Joyce Le Ruez, includes details relating to her job in a law firm, the evacuation, the demilitarisation of the island, the air raid, the arrival of the Germans, the conduct of the German soldiers, sortage of essential commodities, the Organisation Todt workers, the building of the railway by the Germans, wirelesses, rumours, the RAF dropping leaflets, deportations, black market, the funeral of Colonel Zepernik, the crashing of a British pilot at Grève de Lecq, the arrival of the Red Cross ship SS Vega and liberation.
January 19th 2002 - January 19th 2002
Occupation | Second World War | lawyers | evacuations | demilitarisation | Air Raids | German soldiers | essential commodities | labourers (OT) | Railways | radios | leaflets | deportations | blackmarkets | Funerals | pilots | Red Cross parcels | Liberation | Grève de Lecq
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