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Date: November 11th 1940 - January 2nd 1941
Registration Card of Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace, of 19, Samares Avenue, St Clement, born 15/03/1898
Date: 1941 - 1945
Date: 1941 - 1945
Registration form issued by the Commandant of Greater Paris to Karl Greier, hair stylist, of 19 Samares Avenue granting him a residence permit between 13-15 September 1943 for the purpose of reporting to the military command post at Ausland, Schalter 21, Paris.
Date: September 13th 1943 - September 15th 1943
Certificate signed by Major Demmler certifying that Karl Greier, interpreter, of 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement be allowed to keep his Philipps radio set.
Date: November 13th 1940 - November 13th 1940
War order signed by Field Commandant Knackfuss ordering Karl Greier of 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement to report immediately to the Ritz Hotel, St Helier in the event of an attack.
Date: June 11th 1942 - June 11th 1942
Certificate signed by Dr Casper for the Field Commandant confirming that Karl Greier of 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement has permission to own a radio receiver set. Also notes that permission to listen to the radio extends to Mr Greier and his immediate family members.
Date: June 20th 1942 - June 20th 1942
Letter from J Edmond, Control Office for Germany and Austria, to Mrs H Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace], 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement regarding a report by the UNRRA [United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration] Italian Mission in relation to an enquiry by Mrs Greier requesting assistance to trace her husband, an Austrian.
Date: February 17th 1947 - February 17th 1947
Telegram from Karl Greier, St Veit [an der] Glan to Mrs Helen Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace], 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement informing her of his safe arrival at home. Includes reply on reverse from Helen to Karl expressing her relief and happiness at the news.
Date: October 1st 1947 - October 1st 1947
Letter from A Journeaux for the Chief Aliens Officer to Mrs E L Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace], 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement confirming that, further to an application made by her, the Island Defence Committee does not object to her husband Karl Greier returning to Jersey.
Date: November 1st 1947 - November 1st 1947
Certificate of Naturalization signed by George Erskine, Lietuenant Governor of Jersey and C C Cunningham, Under Secretary of State [of the Home Office] granting Karl Adalbert Greier citizenship of the United Kingdom under the British Nationality Act 1948. Includes an oath of allegience to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her Heirs and Successors signed by Karl Greier and countersigned by C Harrison, Deputy Bailiff of Jersey.
Date: September 27th 1961 - October 14th 1961
Copy of an article by Margaret J Ginns published in the Channel Islands Occupation Society Review 1981 titled Karl Greier - Reluctant Soldier. Includes copies of photographs and documents from Mr Greier's personal collection and a map showing key locations referred to in the article.
Date: 1981 - 1981
Biography of Karl Adalbert Greier by Johanna Greier titled Book Nine: The biography of my father, Karl Adalbert Greier.
Date: 2012 - 2012
Collection of copies of correspondence and permits collected together to write an article for the Channel Islands Occupation Review on Karl Greier, a German national living at 19, Samares Avenue during the occupation. Includes identity cards, St Helier harbour permit, certificate of discharge, requests for his whereabouts at the end of the war by his wife, certificates of residence and a certificate of naturalisation
Date: May 23rd 1940 - September 27th 1961
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