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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 2, Page 2. Includes newscuttings from the Evening Post, and a photograph of German officers on guard outside the British Hotel.




May 15th 1941 - May 15th 1941

Scope and Content

Includes newscuttings of notices issued by the Food Control Office regarding rations of potato flour and tinned beans and a clarification by the Food Control Office about the breakfast meal, and the Paints and Varnishes (Restriction on Use) (Jersey) Order 1941. Also includes newscuttings of articles concerning the production of three comedies from Noel Coward's To-night at 8:30 directed by Kenneth Britton and Richard Whinnerah at the Opera House, and a scheme in Guernsey to save string, sacks, cartons and containers.


Ballantine, H, Captain
Bentlif, Graeme, Dr
Binet, Nellie
Britton, Kenneth
Brough, Mary
Burton, Mavis
Carter, Arthur Bertram
Coutanche, Sir Alexander Moncrieff, Bailiff of Jersey
Coward, Noel
Dimmick, Cyril Philip
Fraser, A V
Hasler, Patricia
Hicks, Seymour
Journeaux, Donald
Lawrence, Gertrude
Le Gresley, Alfred
Renouf, Mansell
Schumacher, Colonel
Sinnatt, Helene Marie, née Jackson
Tarr, Janet
Venn, Mrs
Whinnerah, Richard
Williams, Emlyn
British Hotel
Essential Commodities Department
Evening Post
Food Control Office
Jersey Entertainments Limited
Jersey Green Room Club
Opera House


British Hotel | Guernsey | 15, Halkett Place | Opera House | Amateur dramatics | beans | Breakfast | comedy | Flour | Hotels | newscuttings | Newspapers | Occupation | Paint | Photographs | plays | Potatoes | Potato flour | Rationing | Restrictions | scrapbooks | Varnish


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