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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 3, Page 59. Includes: newscuttings of orders and executive regulations published in the Evening Post; and a letter from the Bailiff's Enquiry and News Service to Miss M Sinnatt of 40 La Motte Street, St Helier concerning restrictions on the number of messages sent from Jersey to the same address per month.
February 2nd 1942 - February 12th 1942
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Letter refers to a Red Cross message addressed to Louis Jackson. Includes newscuttings of: the Third Executive Regulation under an order relating to postal communications between occupied French territory and abroad; the Registration and Identification of Persons (Amendment) (Jersey) Order 1942; and an orde regulating deep-sea and coastal fishing and the policing of ports within the district of the Militärbefehlshaber in Frankreich.
Coutanche, Sir Alexander Moncrieff, Bailiff of Jersey
Halkett Place | 40, La Motte Street | Hull | amendments | Communications | Correspondence | Fishing | Letters | newscuttings | Newspapers | Occupation | Orders | policing | post | red cross messages | registration | scrapbooks
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Closed for preservation - please see digital copy