Miscellaneous Messages, Includes; Letters of thanks from Jersey people to the Times, letters relating to John Reybold P.O.W. on Jersey, letters from the Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society, letters of thanks from the States of Jersey to Brigadier Snow, commander of the liberating forces

Reference: B/A/L1/4

Date: May 11th 1945 - August 28th 1945

Orders made by the force 135 commander, Brigadier A E Snow Includes; Copy of the Defence (Channel Islands) Regulations 1944, Brigadier Snow's letter of the 6/05/1945 and proclamation, and Orders designating a Competent Military Authority under 1944 regulations

Reference: B/A/L6/1

Date: May 6th 1945 - July 10th 1945

Report to Southern Command on the German Surrender in the Channel Islands from Brigadier A E Snow

Reference: B/A/W91/50

Date: 1945 - 1945

Appreciation of the situation in the Channel Islands by Brigadier A E Snow, Commander of Force 135, includes; Lists of units involved, Tasks of Force 135, Factors governing rehabilitation, Factors governing the return of units to the United Kingdom Factors governing the separation of the Military administration of Jersey and Guernsey

Reference: B/A/W91/52

Date: May 30th 1945 - May 30th 1945

Public Notices and Orders, includes; Orders of the Commandant of the German Forces in Occupation in the Island of Jersey Notice concerning members of the British Armed Forces hiding in Jersey Proclaimation of Brigadier A E Snow

Reference: B/A/W91/9

Date: July 2nd 1940 - May 9th 1945

Minutes of the States of Jersey 15 May 1945, welcome of Brigadier Alfred Ernest Snow

Reference: D/Z/H5/401

Date: May 15th 1945 - May 15th 1945

Minutes of the States of Jersey 23 August 1945, includes telegram to George VI from the Bailiff A M Coutanche relating to the Royal Visit and reply, appreciation of the services of Brigadier Snow, statement from the Chamber of Commerce relating to the Occupation in the Channel Islands, and the export of tomatoes,

Reference: D/Z/H5/409

Date: August 23rd 1945 - August 23rd 1945

Copy of The Evening Post containing King George VI's message 'To my most loyal people in the Channel Islands', and articles on the tank landing craft, and the proclamation of Brigadier A E Snow read out in the Royal Square

Reference: D/Z/K15/2

Date: May 14th 1945 - May 14th 1945

Copy of the proclamation of Brigadier A E Snow to the people of the Channel Islands on the liberation of the Channel Islands after the German Occupation

Reference: D/Z/K15/4

Date: 1945 - 1945

The Plans 1944 - 1945

Reference: L/C/14/A

Joint Outline Plan for former Operation Rankin addressed to Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied Commander from the Commander-in-Chief, Plymouth, the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Command and the Air Officer Commanding No 10 Group Royal Air Force

Reference: L/C/14/A/1/1

Date: December 19th 1943 - December 19th 1943

Joint Signal Plan

Reference: L/C/14/A/1/10

Date: September 7th 1944 - September 7th 1944

Military plan: appreciation of the situation by Force Commander Operation Rankin (1 March much amended) 2 copies

Reference: L/C/14/A/1/2

Date: June 25th 1944 - June 25th 1944

Joint Outline Plan contents

Reference: L/C/14/A/1/3

Date: November 20th 1944 - November 20th 1944

Joint Outline Plan introduction

Reference: L/C/14/A/1/4

Date: November 20th 1944 - November 20th 1944

Joint Intelligence summary including information on German defences and military organisation, Todt and other imported workers, property occupied by the Germans, location of stores, stocks and ammunition

Reference: L/C/14/A/1/5

Date: June 13th 1944 - June 13th 1944

Naval Plan 7 September 1944 updated 4 May 1945

Reference: L/C/14/A/1/6

Date: October 7th 1944 - October 7th 1944

Military Plan including public relations plan, some amendments

Reference: L/C/14/A/1/7

Date: September 7th 1944 - September 7th 1944

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