Coal (Restrictions on use) Order and a letter from the Manager of Voisin and Company with regards to the use of ovens for bread making

Reference: B/A/W31/1/46

Date: March 25th 1941 - April 4th 1941

Requisition of land west of St Martin's road towards Rozel, from Mr Baal, Rouge Bouillon, and Mr Cole, The Briery, St Martin, for road widening

Reference: B/A/W40/8/282

Date: April 18th 1944 - April 18th 1944

Digital copy of Documents relating to Malcolm Carver concerning his adoption and residence at the Jersey Home for Boys. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/A4/6/WD000008

Date: January 10th 1951 - September 6th 1990

St Lawrence School Log Book. This volume records the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. The index created by volunteers has been attached as a PDF so that you can see the page numbers the person is mentioned on. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of the relevant pages.

Reference: D/J/29/C1/1

Date: November 2nd 1903 - October 17th 1932

St Helier Girls School Log Book [This log book has been indexed by people's names. Please note that the person that you are interested in may only appear on one page]

Reference: D/J/N20/89

Date: 1955 - 1975

Photocopy of Trinity School Log Books, files 4 to 7. These files record the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. The index created by volunteers has been attached as a PDF so that you can see the page numbers the person is mentioned on. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of the relevant pages.

Reference: D/J/N35/A/3

Date: June 3rd 1932 - May 23rd 1955

French magazine Images Du Monde No. 64. Includes articles about Jersey, with photographs.

Reference: L/C/146/E/3

Date: March 26th 1946 - March 26th 1946

Part one of a sound recording of a speech in which Norman Le Brocq, founder member of the Jersey Communist Party and former Deputy of the States of Jersey, talks about his occupation experiences. Includes: personal situation at the start of the occupation; formation of early political ideals, including information about Lesley Huelin, a member of the Australian Communist Party; formation of a discussion group which later became the Jersey Democratic Movement , including Robson, South and Sterling - methodist lay preachers, Baal - father of the late States member, Venables - later became a Senator; formation and growth of the Jersey Communist Party; formation of an aid organisation to collect food and clothing for escaped Ukrainian slave workers - helped in this by Mikhail Krohin, an escapee taught English by a Mrs Metcalf, Les Perkins, a Co-op delivery man, Dr McKinstry, the Medical Officer of Health, and many others; distibuting illegal leaflets; talks about methods of obtaining supplies and identity cards; contact with Spanish Communists among the OT workers was provided by Ernest Perée, a porter at the OT hospital; after being wrongfully sacked from the fuel control section after an information leak, Norman le Brocq worked for lending libraries collecting unreturned books, then at George Hutt's bookshop in Broad Street for the rest of the war; made contact with Paul Mulbach/Muelbach, a German soldier who was part of a soldier's committee working toward a mutiny against the garrison [part of, or inspired by, the Free Germany movement] and agreed to help him produce leaflets for this purpose; they met once a week at Burger's bookshop at the Parade - Paul Casamere was the assistant there; in early 1945 Mulbach decided to desert - a cottage was set up at Longueville for him to live in with a cover story and false identity, helped by Basil Huelin, Lesley's brother; the mutiny against the garrison was planned for Mayday, but was beaten to it by the Liberation. The speech is followed by questions from the audience regarding: the fate of Paul Mulbach after the war; other groups and individuals involved in similar activities during the war; Holmes, an enigmatic man who ran a stamp shop and distributed the BBC news to customers, but was also suspected as a Nazi sympathizer and collaborator; Polish, Italian and Soviet troops in the island; prisoners of war in the OT and Lager Immelmann, the OT camp at the bottom of Jubilee Hill. Recorded on 30/09/1990. Good sound quality. Duration 86 minutes. Continued in item R/03/C/8. [Same recording as item L/D/25/L/36]

Reference: R/03/C/7

Date: September 30th 1990 - September 30th 1990

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