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Digital copy of an article by Mark Lamerton titled The Brigadier's Channel Island Liberation Souvenirs, May 1945: Part 1. From The Armourer, Issue 90, November-December 2008, pp. 80-83. [For Part 2, see L/F/420/B1/13].

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Reference

L/F/420/B1/12

Date

November 1st 2008 - December 31st 2008

Scope and Content

Includes dedication to Derek Card. Also includes photographs of: Brigadier A E Snow with Lieutenant Colonel W P A Robinson; pages from Brigadier Snow's air photographs album; a telex from Southern Command to Force 135; Sunderland Mark III flying low over Albert Pier; vessels including HMS Campion and HMS Bulldog off St Peter Port Harbour; and HMS Beagle and HMS Cosby in St Aubin's Bay.

Names

Card, Derek
Chivers, M E, Flight Sergeant
Cowled, F K, Pilot Officer
Deer, R H, Flight Sergeant
Dews, H I, Flying Officer
Horn, Damien
Hughes, T E, Flight Lieutenant
Hurley, F, Pilot Officer
Lamerton, Mark
Morris, J S, Warrant Officer
Parr, D H, Flight Sergeant
Robinson, William Parr Aldous, Lieutenant Colonel
Snow, Alfred Ernest, Brigadier
Snow, Anne Bertha Elizabeth, née Dury
White, E G, Flying Officer
Wilkie, W R, Flight Sergeant
Wulf, Rudolf, Generalmajor
Channel Islands Occupation Society
Force 135
HMS Beagle
HMS Bulldog
HMS Cosby
Operation Nestegg
Royal Air Force
St Aubin's Fort
The Armourer

Keywords

Albert Pier | St Aubin's Bay | St Peter Port | aerial photographs | armed services | articles | Artwork | Liberation | Magazines | Military | Occupation | operations | Photographs | Second World War | Telegrams

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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Closed until

2100

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