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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 22. Includes newscuttings of articles published in the Evening Post, including: the Royal Court case against Charles Simon Bisson charged with selling a second-hand suit to Mark Seals Webster at The Old Soldier, 32-34 New Street; and an article marking the fourth anniversary since the start of the Occupation.

Reference

L/C/306/A/6/22

Date

July 1st 1944 - July 1st 1944

Scope and Content

Also includes newscuttings of: an article regarding the departure of stallholders in the Beresford Street Market due to the market being required as a communal feeding centre; and an article appealing for economy with regards to the use of matches.

Names

Bisson, Charles Simon
Coutanche, Sir Alexander Moncrieff, Bailiff of Jersey
Hele, Reginald James
Hocquard, Stanley
Le Quesne, Philip, Deputy
Luxon, Arthur
Picot, Mr
Valpy, Advocate
Webster, Mark Seals
Sinnatt, Helene Marie, née Jackson
Essential Commodities Department
Evening Post
Royal Court
Textile and Footwear Control Office
The Old Soldier

Keywords

Beresford Street Market | 32, New Street | 34, New Street | anniversaries | black markets | crime | escapes | fines | Markets | matches | newscuttings | Newspapers | notices | Occupation | Rationing | scrapbooks | Second World War | tradesmen | Wars

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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