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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.

Reference

L/C/306/A/3/59

Date

February 2nd 1942 - February 12th 1942

Scope and Content

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.

Names

Coutanche, Sir Alexander Moncrieff, Bailiff of Jersey
Jackson, Louis
Knackfuss, Colonel, Field Commandant
Sinnatt, Helene Marie, née Jackson
Sinnatt, Maureen Margaret
Bailiff's Enquiry and News Office
British Red Cross
Evening Post
States of Jersey
Superior Council
War Organisation of the British Red Cross and Order of St John

Keywords

Halkett Place | 40, La Motte Street | Hull | amendments | Communications | Correspondence | Fishing | Letters | newscuttings | Newspapers | Occupation | Orders | policing | post | red cross messages | registration | scrapbooks

Dimensions

1 jpeg file

Language

English
French
German

Level of description

item

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation - please see digital copy

Closed until

2100

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