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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 5, Page 56. Includes: a postcard from W G Boalch, internee number 66, Ilag VII [Laufen Internment Camp] to Mrs H Sinnatt of 40 La Motte Street, St Helier; and newscuttings of notices and articles published in the Evening Post.
September 9th 1943 - September 30th 1943
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Postcard refers to Francis [Francis George Jackson], Irene [Irene Florence Jackson, née Buhts], Louis [Louis Francis Jackson], Gladys [Gladys Suzanne Jackson, née Carling] Daryl Querée, Stella Hole, Roger Le Breuilly, Ply [H R Plymen], Dupré [Clarence Shepperd Dupré] and Don [Donald Arthur Drelincourt Campbell]. Includes newscuttings of: a notice by the Textile Department at Summerland regarding clog repairs; articles published in The Situation column regarding rationing and the fate of King Victor Emmanuel of Italy; a notice to boat owners issed by the Harbour Master concerning all boats other than those licensed for fishing; and a notice forbidding civilians from entering the grounds on or near Egypt Farm, Trinity between certain dates.
Boalch, William George
Egypt Farm, Trinity | 40, La Motte Street | Summerland, Rouge Bouillon | Cairo | Italy | Laufen | Boats | Clogs | Harbours | Internees | Internment | internment camps | Labourers | newscuttings | Newspapers | notices | Occupation | Postcards | Rationing | repairs | scrapbooks | Second World War | Textiles
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Closed for preservation - please see digital copy