Information about the Red Cross ship 'Vega' and her five visits to the Channel Islands, in which she carried nearly 500,000 Red Cross parcels.

Reference: L/C/24/C/2

Date: December 20th 1944 - May 11th 1945

Research work carried out by Joe Mière (26 January 1998) on the Red Cross Supplies to the Channel Islands during the German Occupation. Information from the Jersey Archives Service and the Guernsey Island Archives. Includes detailed lists of the contents of each arrival of red cross supplies and how they were distributed

Reference: L/C/24/C/3

Date: 1941 - 1945

Red Cross Parcels

Reference: L/C/257/E2

Label reading Xmas Greetings

Reference: L/C/257/E2/7

Typed copy of the memories of Robert C Bennett based upon notes written by him during the Occupation.

Reference: L/C/268/A/1

Date: October 1st 1940 - 1945

Red Cross Message from G C Dunell [Guy Clifford Dunell] of The Bakery, Beaumont to Victor Dunell of Albermarle [Albemarle] Avenue, Elson, Gosport, Hampshire, and reply from Victor on the reverse. Includes a note regarding the Bailiff of Jersey's Enquiry and News Service and original envelope.

Reference: L/C/280/B1/2/1

Date: February 4th 1942 - June 29th 1942

List detailing a Canadian Red Cross Parcel which was received in Jersey

Reference: L/C/29/D/A/7

Date: January 12th 1943 - January 12th 1943

Telegraphs between Mr and Mrs Le Seelleur and Mrs Routledge

Reference: L/C/29/D/A/8

Date: March 13th 1942 - March 13th 1943

Telegraphs between H Le Seelleur and Mrs Routledge regarding the death of Mrs Routledge's father

Reference: L/C/29/D/A/9

Date: March 13th 1942 - March 13th 1943

Occupation Diary of Eva Mary Bosdet, née Bacey of Boscobel Farm, St Peter.

Reference: L/C/296/A/1

Date: June 7th 1941 - May 30th 1945

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