Photocopy of 6 ms Letters written by A Harvey to his son from Jersey, May 1940 to June 1940, giving a brief but vivid account of the evacuation of some of the civilians from the Island and the preparations being made by those remaining to deal with the expected German Invasion; together with a photocopy of a wedding anniversary card made in the internment camp at Biberach, Germany, 1943 and a small collection of photographs and pages from an autograph album relating to his First World War service in the 15th Battalion, The Northumberland Fusiliers.

Reference: 80/8/1

Date: 1940 - 1943

Grave Registration Report Form for Arthur Balcombe Cockburn born 1885, died 1944; Maud Elizabeth Otter, née Shaw born 1890, died 1944; Sydney Streader born 1904, died 1944 and James Stephens born 1911, died 1945. Buried in Biberach, Germany

Reference: D/AP/K/8/10

Date: 1950 - 1959

Grave Registration Report Form for Maud Elizabeth Otter, née Shaw born 1890, died 1944; Marcia Anne Streader born 1942, died 1944; George Herbert Wilkinson born 1885, died 1945; William Harry Ernest Webb born 1878, died 1942 and Arthur Balcombe Cockburn born 1885, died 1944. All buried at Biberach, Germany

Reference: D/AP/K/8/7

Date: May 5th 1951 - May 5th 1951

Undated form of claim of compensation for wrongful deportation to Biberach and Wurzach Internment camps.

Reference: L/C/01/E/1

Date: 1945 - 1965

Other items

Reference: L/C/09/D

Diary with abridged version of the same kept by Frank Salmon whilst held with his family in the internment camps of Biberach and Wurzach in Germany

Reference: L/C/10/1

Date: September 17th 1942 - June 8th 1945

Unofficial and incomplete list of Channel Islanders deported to Internment Camps in Germany between 1942-1943 and who died there. Internment Camps: Biberach, Dorsten, Laufen and Wurzach.

Reference: L/C/24/A/2

Date: 1942 - 1945

Copy of a letter to Joe Mière from John Charles Coutanche of The Gables, St Mary explaining how he, his wife Delphina and 8 week old son Richard were deported to internment camps in Germany. John had only been back in Jersey for 5 months after having spent 3 months in a German prison in France (1942). He and his family spent time in both Biberach and Wurzach internment camps until their repatriation to England, three years later. (relates to copies of photographs in L/C/24/D3/5)

Reference: L/C/24/D3/4

Date: November 18th 1998 - November 18th 1998

Copies of John Charles and Delphina Coutanche's photos that were taken for their identity cards in Biberach internment camp. There is also is a front and back copy of a postcard sent by The London Committee of the South African Red Cross Society signed by Violet Brooks.(See also L/C/24/D3/4)

Reference: L/C/24/D3/5

Date: May 21st 1944 - May 27th 1944

Invitation for the Green family occupants of room 47 to come to a party in the hall at Wurzach Camp signed Father Xmas

Reference: L/C/257/C3/2

Date: 1942 - 1942

16 Birthday Card painted for Richard Green by H.S.Hepburn as a souvenir of Wurzach. Card shows a winter scene and a Nazi Flag

Reference: L/C/257/C3/3

Date: 1942 - 1942

Illustrated autographed card drawn by C Tipping

Reference: L/C/257/C3/6

Date: 1942 - 1942

8 tickets showing coffee and sausage rations for 8 men in room 85 at Biberach Internment Camp

Reference: L/C/257/E1/1

Date: 1942 - 1942

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