[Copy from the National Archive - Not to be reproduced.] Copies of Admiralty Documents MI 19 Interrogation Report of a Guernsey carpenter on the negative opinionns of Guernseymen of their island administration during the Occupation. [National Archive - reference ADM 223/288

Reference: L/F/437/A1/1

Date: August 28th 1944 - August 28th 1944

[Copy from the National Archive - Not to be reproduced.] War Office File : 'Alleged Atrocities against Russians by Organisation Todt Jersey' Descriptions and 'Wanted Reports' of a number of Germans wanted for crimes against Russian slave labourers in Organisation Todt camps in Jersey and Alderney, 1942-44. [National Archive - reference WO 311/107]

Reference: L/F/437/A10/1

Date: July 25th 1945 - October 8th 1945

[Copy from the National Archive - Not to be reproduced.] Copy of War Office files. War Office: Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force: Military Headquarters Papers. Executive Sub-Division. Miscellaneous correspondence including Jersey food position, Allied airborne operations, etc. Includes a report of August 1944 from Alexander Coutanche on behalf of the States of Jersey, on the expected results for Jersey on the food, drugs and fuel position of the island if the Occupation is prolonged. [National Archive - reference WO 219/1692

Reference: L/F/437/A10/2

Date: September 28th 1944 - September 28th 1944

[Copy from the National Archive - Not to be reproduced.] Copy of War Office files. War Office: International Red Cross and Protecting Powers (Geneva): Reports concerning Prisoner of War Camps in Europe and the Far East. Unnumbered Reports. P.O.W. Camp Jersey C.I. A short one-page report on the conditions of 19 American Prisoners of War held in a camp in Jersey. [National Archive - reference WO 224/97

Reference: L/F/437/A10/3

Date: February 1st 1944 - February 29th 1944

[Copy from the National Archive - Not to be reproduced.] Copy of War Office files. Admiralty, Inter-service Topographical Department, and Ministry of Defence, Joint Intelligence Bureau Library: Surveys, Maps and Reports. Ordnance Survey Map of Jersey used by the War office. Scale: two inches to one mile [National Archive - reference WO 252/57

Reference: L/F/437/A10/4

Date: March 1st 1942 - March 31st 1942

[Copy from the National Archive - Not to be reproduced.] Copy of War Office files. War Office: Home Forces: Military Headquarters Papers, Second World War. Headquarters Southern Command. German defences in the Channel Islands. Sketch Map of Alderney's German Defences, 1944-1945. Scale: 6 inches to One Mile [National Archive - reference WO 199/3303

Reference: L/F/437/A10/5

Date: July 1st 1944 - May 31st 1945

[Copy from the National Archive - Not to be reproduced.] Copy of War Office files. War Office: Home Forces: Military Headquarters Papers, Second World War. Headquarters Southern Command. German defences in the Channel Islands. Sketch Map of Guernsey's German Defences, 1944-1945. Scale: 3 inches to One Mile [National Archive - reference WO 199/3303

Reference: L/F/437/A10/6

Date: July 1st 1944 - May 31st 1945

[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

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