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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 49. Includes: newscuttings from the Evening Post; a copy of a Red Cross message from Louis F Jackson to his mother Marie Jackson of 28 Rouge Bouillon; and a cigarette packet for Mondial cigarettes.

Reference

L/C/306/A/4/49

Date

February 9th 1942 - July 20th 1942

Scope and Content

Includes newscuttings of: an article about the trial of John George Lingshaw charged with having committed an infraction of the Textile and Footwear (Local Distribution) Order 1941 by selling a reel of cotton to Lilian Edith Le Riche née Collis without holding a licence; an article about individuals sentenced by the German Court Martial for offences including raising prices of tobacco, careless driving and producing and distributing leaflets; and a notice by the Field Commandant urging care of German cables and wires is taken during the harvest. Red Cross message refers to Glad [Gladys Jackson, née Carling].

Names

Hele, Reginald James
Jackson, Gladys Suzanne, née Carling
Jackson, Louis Francis
Jackson, Marie Helene, née Beghin
Knackfuss, Colonel, Field Commandant
Le Riche, Lilian Edith, née Collis
Lingshaw, John George
Sinnatt, Helene Marie, née Jackson
Valpy, Advocate
Evening Post
John G Lingshaw and Company (textile retailer)
International Red Cross
Superior Council
War Organisation of the British Red Cross and Order of St John

Keywords

68, King Street | 28, Rouge Bouillon | cigarette packets | Cigarettes | Cotton | court martials | Imprisonment | licences | Motoring | newscuttings | Newspaper | notices | Occupation | Orders | red cross messages | scrapbooks | Textiles | Tobacco

Dimensions

1 jpeg file

Language

English

Level of description

item

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation - please see digital copy

Closed until

2100

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