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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.
February 9th 1942 - July 20th 1942
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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].
Hele, Reginald James
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
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Closed for preservation - please see digital copy