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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 52. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post, including a notice regarding the escape of American prisoners of war Captain Clark and Lieutenant Haas.




January 8th 1945 - January 12th 1945

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Also includes newscuttings of: a notice limiting the amount of tinned food any household may keep and ordering the distribution of excess goods; an announcement by the Platzkommandantur regarding the notice regarding stores of food; a notice by the Department of Public Health regarding layettes given by Lady Campbell's fund to the Island of Jersey; a notice by the Food Control Office regarding the opening of an oven at Little Sisters of the Poor, Hauteville; a notice regarding the reporting of installations for generating electric current; and a notice regarding registration of new or almost new tryes for motor-cycles, motor-cars and lorries.


Campbell, Lady
Clark, Edward, Captain
Haas, George, Lieutenant
Heine, Oberst
McKinstry, Robert Noel
Shone, Henry John
Sinnatt, Helene Marie, née Jackson
Department of Public Health
Department of Transport and Communications
Evening Post
Little Sisters of the Poor
Red Cross
St John Ambulance Association
Textile and Footwear Control Office


6, Bond Street | 3, Halkett Place | Hauteville | Victoria College | Americans | donations | Electricity | escapes | Food | funds | layettes | lorries | Motor Cars | motorcycles | Motoring | newscuttings | Newspapers | notices | Occupation | ovens | prisoner of war camps | Prisoners of war | Red Cross | registration | scrapbooks | Second World War | Textiles | Tins | tyres


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