Correspondence and newscuttings concerning the establishment and development of the Jersey airport and correspondence with the Air Ministry concerning official policy and procedures

Reference: A/D1/A3/4

Date: September 5th 1912 - June 9th 1939

Correspondence concerning air navigation in time of war including Statutory Rules and Orders Nos.992 and 1016

Reference: B/A/W10/1

Date: September 13th 1939 - November 4th 1939

Correspondence re. financial arrangements with Guernsey re. wireless and meteorological facilities in the Channel Islands between the Air Ministry, States Office Guernsey and the Bailiff of Jersey

Reference: D/AP/A/1

Date: 1934 - 1934

Correspondence re. inspection of St Peter's Airport by air Ministry Representatives re. approval as a Customs Aerodrome

Reference: D/AP/A/3

Date: 1935 - 1937

Contact Sheet 9 from Red Contact File 13 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheets contain images of the strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, include notes, Jersey Weekly Post references, and date from 1939.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/13/CS9

Date: 1939-05 - 1939-05

Images which relate to a flying visit made by Air Minister Sir Kinglsey Wood to Jersey for a brief reception and to inspect the Airport buildings. The images include the Air Minister with Airport Controller Lieutenant Commander C W Phillips and with Mr A Lowe Chief Engineer, Jersey Airways [see JWP 13/5/1939 p 4]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 9 of Red Contact File 13 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/13/CS9/5

Date: May 5th 1939 - May 13th 1939

Images which relate to a flying visit made by Air Minister Sir Kinglsey Wood to Jersey for a brief reception and to inspect the Airport buildings. The images include the Air Minister with Bailiff Alexander Coutanche, in the control tower with Mr C Roche Jersey Airport's Assistant Controller and a Vin D'Honneur [see JWP 13/5/1939 p 4]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 9 of Red Contact File 13 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/13/CS9/6

Date: May 5th 1939 - 1939-05

[Copy from the National Archive - Not to be reproduced.] Operation 'NEST EGG'. - Occupation of the Channel Islands - Joint Outline Plan dated 7th September 1944. Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), Office of the Chief of Staff. This file contains detailed reports and plans, logistical and military, for the proposed invasion of the Channel Islands by Allied Forces. The report has seven sections: Part I - Introduction Part II - Joint Intelligence Summary: Topography, Civilian Popualtion and Enemy Forces, Part III - The Naval Plan for the invasion (Including the ships allocated to the invasion) Part IV - The Military Plan for the invasion (Including Order of Battle) Part V - The RAF Plan for the invasion Part VI - Civil Affairs Plan Part VII - Joint Signals Plan There are also the 'Terms of Unconditional Surrender for the Channel Islands' - English and German versions. An appendix to Part II on Jersey gives descriptions of St Helier, St Aubin and Gorey, and potential landing places for the British forces, accomodation on the island, and a summary of German forces on the islands. [National Archive - reference AIR 16/1056]

Reference: L/F/437/A2/1

Date: September 7th 1944 - September 7th 1944

Page build time: 0.015982949733734 seconds