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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 12. Includes: newscuttings concerning an order of the German military authorities registered by Act of the Royal Court published in the Evening Post relating to the possession of arms; a temporary identity card authorising Eric Ingram, employed by Theodor Elsche, to enter the construction site of the Normandie between 15-30 March 1942; and a copy of Red Cross message from Beatrice Saward in London to her friend Kenneth Britton of 40 Bath Street.

Reference

L/C/306/A/4/12

Date

March 15th 1942 - April 6th 1942

Scope and Content

Red Cross message from Beatrice Saward refers to Bernard [Bernard Jackson] and Helene [Helene Sinnatt] and refers to herself as Gypsy.

Names

Britton, Kenneth
Elsche, Theodor
Ingram, Eric Arthur
Jackson, Bernard John
Knackfuss, Colonel
Saward, Beatrice
Sinnatt, Helene Marie, née Jackson
British Red Cross
Field Command 515
Evening Post
International Red Cross
Organisation Todt
Red Cross
Theodor Elsche
War Organisation of the British Red Cross and Order of St John

Keywords

40, Bath Street | London | Correspondence | firearms | friends | families | Letters | newscuttings | Newspapers | Occupation | Orders | red cross messages

Dimensions

1 jpeg file

Language

English
German

Level of description

item

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation - please see digital copy

Closed until

2100

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