Repair of the sea wall at St Ouen opposite the end of Jubilee Hill, and north east of the Gorey Village slipway

Reference: B/A/W32/3/3

Date: December 5th 1942 - March 10th 1943

Digital copy of a Memorandum from Haut de la Garenne Deputy Superintendent W [William] A [Allan] Gilbert to Senior Child Care Officer A [Anton] Skinner, for the attention of CCOs [Child Care Officers] D [David] Castledine, D [Richard] Davenport, and Miss Pauline Horn. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 200. For Witness 200's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/23/WS000469.

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/6/2/30/WD004173

Date: September 6th 1978 - September 6th 1978

Digital copy of Reports by States of Jersey Police concerning missing persons. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW2/A5/6/WD006445

Date: April 8th 1962 - April 13th 1962

1992 Aerial photographs, scale 1:10000. RUN 4 covering Belval Cove, Gibraltar, Archirondel, Anne Port, Faldouet, Queen's Valley Reservoir, St Martin's Church, St Martin's Village, La Hougue Bie, St Saviour's Hospital, Maufant Village, La Grande Route de St Martin, Grands Vaux Reservoir, Victoria Village, La Route de la Trinité, Mont au Prêtre, La Vallée des Vaux, La Grande Route de St Jean, Becquet Vincent, Mont a L'Abbé, Bellozanne Valley, Fern Valley, Mont Cochon, Waterworks Valley, Millbrook Reservoir, Dannemarche Reservoir, La Grande Route de St Laurent, Mont Felard, Mont Cambrai, St Lawrence Village, St Lawrence Church, Coin Tourgis Sud, St Peter's Valley, Jersey War Tunnels, Ville Emphrie, Tesson, Sandybrook, Le Moulin de Quetivel, Coin Varin, Route de Beaumont, St Peter's Village, St Peter's Church, La Hague Manor [St George's School], L'Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth II, Jersey Airport, Mont du Jubilee, Val de la Mare, Val de la Mare Reservoir, St Ouen's Pond, Les Mielles, L'Ouzière Slip, La Grande Route des Mielles [Five Mile Road], Kempt Tower, Square Tower. Slide 3510 is missing from the run. For copies of higher quality images please email the Archive with the relevant slide number. Consult D/W/E3/4/A for key map to runs 1 - 5

Reference: D/W/E3/4/4

Date: July 30th 1992 - July 30th 1992

1997 Aerial photographs of Jersey from a survey carried out by BKS Surveys Limited, scale 1:10000. Strip 4 east to west direction from Archirondel, St Martin to Les Mielles, St Ouen

Reference: D/W/E3/6/4

Date: July 21st 1997 - July 21st 1997

File relating to Miscellaneous St Peter, includes; general correspondence relating to roads and lanes in St Peter. Correspondence relates to all aspects of planning, building and the environment including change of use for properties, property access, acquisition, windows, doors, walls and other general development requests and issues. Also includes photographs of 4, Netherby Court, 1989 and photographs of Field 321, 1992.

Reference: D/W/F1/2/11/2

Date: November 5th 1985 - November 26th 1992

Plans of Proposed Building belonging to Michel G C at Jubilee Hill

Reference: L/A/06/A/125

Date: 1962 - 1962

Images of a car turned on its side in a field after being involved in a road traffic accident on Jubilee Hill, St Ouen.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/4/2596

Date: December 14th 1979 - December 14th 1979

Photographer: Glenn Rankine

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/2596

Images of pipes set to be laid by the Resources Recovery Board as part of a £65,000 surface water drainage scheme for the Jubilee Hill area of the Five Mile Road [from JEP 27/04/1981 p 3].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7296

Date: April 24th 1981 - April 24th 1981

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7296.

Photographs taken in Jersey, September 1954. Includes views and scenes in Jersey including: St John's Bay and Ronez; an acrobatic display by Gwenda Arthur; Kathleen Le Sueur with Samoyed dogs at Bel Royal; flora on Jubilee Hill; St Ouen's Bay from the White House and Le Pulec; Le Pulec including cliffs; St Ouen's Pond from the Watersplash; sand dunes at Les Blanches Banques along the Five Mile Road; views across St Aubin's Bay at low tide; and vraicing at Belcroute Bay and near St Aubin's Fort. Includes index. [For the photographs, see L/C/142/C2/B/D/55/1-36].

Reference: L/C/142/C2/B/D/55

Date: September 11th 1954 - September 12th 1954

Close-up photograph of teazel in a field on Jubilee Hill, St Ouen,

Reference: L/C/142/C2/B/D/55/10

Date: September 12th 1954 - September 12th 1954

Close-up photograph of teazel in a field on Jubilee Hill, St Ouen,

Reference: L/C/142/C2/B/D/55/11

Date: September 12th 1954 - September 12th 1954

Close-up photograph of verbascum thapsus, or common mullein, in a field near Jubilee Hill, St Ouen.

Reference: L/C/142/C2/B/D/55/12

Date: September 12th 1954 - September 12th 1954

Close-up photograph of sea holly, in a field near Jubilee Hill, St Ouen.

Reference: L/C/142/C2/B/D/55/13

Date: September 12th 1954 - September 12th 1954

Same recording as items R/03/C/7 and R/03/C/8 Norman Le Brocq, founder member of the Jersey Communist Party and former Deputy of the States of Jersey, talks to the Channel Islands Occupation Society about his occupation experiences. Introduction by the CIOS President. Talks about his personal situation at the start of the occupation, his decision not to be evacuated, his political ideas, becoming a methodist lay preacher, meeting Leslie Huelin, a member of the Australian Communist Party, in 1941, forming a discussion group that later became the Jersey Democratic Movement to talk about ideas for Jersey after the war, the formation and growth of the Jersey Communist Party, the recruitment of Warren Hobbs, names of young people that they had recruited, making sketches of German military installations, organising aid for escaped Ukrainian forced labourers, Mikhail Krohin, an escapee taught english by Mrs Metcalfe who acted as a distribution messenger, the acquirement of a printing duplicator to create illegal leaflets for the Jersey Democratic Movement, copying BBC news bulletins for camps, help they received, methods of obtaining supplies and identity cards, Dr McKinstry who helped them, the setting up of an OT Hospital being at Girl's College, contact between Ernest Perrée, a porter at the hospital and the Spanish workers who were mostly communists, the meeting between three spanish workers and three from the Jersey Communist Party, the passing of leaflets in the camps by the Spanish, the duplicator being hidden in a cottage in Sand Street, his wrongful sacking from the Jersey Gas Company for leaking information, working for the libraries and the George Hutt's bookshop and lending library in Broad Street, Feodor Burrij and Louisa Gould, a meeting with Paul Mullbach, a german soldier part of a group [part of or inspired by the Free Germany Movement] attempting to start a mutiny in the garrison, agreement to produce leaflets for him, being nominated as liaison with Mulbach and meeting in Burger's Bookshop in the Parade to hand over the leaflet to print, being helped by Rosalie Le Riche, Mr Le Brocq's soon to be wife, Mulbach's desertion and the cottage bought for him to live in, Mulbach's attempt to blow up the camp and plans for the mutiny being curtailed as the result of liberation. Questions asked about what happened to Paul Mulbach, the people involved in resistance movements that existed and Mr Holmes, a shopkeeper who was alleged to be a spy for both the Nazis and the Allies, Polish soldiers in the German army, the camp at the bottom of Jubilee Hill, known as Lager Immelman, the return of the forced worker, Mariam Polski (?) to the island after the occupation, Russian bishops, visit to Ukraine, the experiences of the German prisoners of war and forced labourers after the occupation, whether he's thinking of writing his memoirs, whether he was ever picked up by the Germans, he talks about a member of the feldgendarmerie, Billy Mace, who warned Louisa Gould a search was coming but she was unable to get everything out, the experience of Harold Le Druillenec and the efficiency of the Nazis. [Same recording as items R/03/C/7 and R/03/C/8]

Reference: L/D/25/L/36

Date: April 13th 1988 - April 13th 1988

Talk by Bob Le Sueur to the Channel Islands Occupation Society entitled 'Foreign Workers of the Organisation Todt'. Introduction by the CIOS President with notices. Talks about his friendship with a number of Spanish and Russian foreign workers. the lack of facts in official records and distortions post liberation, the need to look at the occupation objectively, how the Russians were treated as slaves but other national groups although forced were paid, how the spaniards came to be in Jersey after the Spanish Civil War, the relatively high wages that they received which led to inflation of prices on the black market, the worth of reichsmarks, the currency used in Jersey during the occupation, Spaniards having suits made for them, where the Spaniards worked in St Brelade and their camps on either side of Route Orange, Mr Le Sueur socialising with the spanish labourers, Spanish men who lived in Longfield Avenue in St Brelade, going to Brown's Café with the Spaniards, the rations received by the Russians, tells the story of a Ukrainian who became an adopted Spaniard in France and from then on moved around with them, the description of the arrival of the Russian slave labours, tells the story of a Russian he got to know and his journey to Jersey, the camp at the bottom of Jubilee Hill, the story of Feodor Burrij he was punished after attempting to escape and was then successful and lived out the occupation being sheltered by various locals such as Louisa Gould, who was deported for it, and a flat in town, Nazi racist policy, the brutality of the Soviet regime and Stalin's directive that no Russian should be taken as a POW, the deaths of the Russian labourers in Jersey, the account of Peter Bokatenko, a Russian POW who after liberation told of Russian's being killed and buried by the roadside, interrogations ater the war by Major Hargreaves and a colleague at the British Hotel and the fact that the slave labourers talked of murder but were unable to offer evidence of this relying on hearsay, Russian POWs after the occupation and the reaction at home, what happened to them after the occupation and the experience of a particular Russian POW. Questions asked on the attempts by the OT to find their escaped prisoners, the story of Mr and Mrs Woodhall who sheltered two russians in a flat above the soldatenheim at the Mayfair Hotel for 18 months and what happened to Feodor Burrij. Michael Ginns talks about the condition of Russians and how Bob Le Sueur was given an award by the Russians for his bravery.

Reference: L/D/25/L/39

Date: October 13th 1993 - October 13th 1993

Public Services Department, Cleaning Services. Kenny de la Haye using a gully cleaner to clean drains at the bottom of Jubilee Hill, St Ouen.

Reference: p/03/b234/17

Date: August 22nd 2000 - August 22nd 2000

Public Services Department, Cleaning Services. Kenny de la Haye using a gully cleaner to clean drains at the bottom of Jubilee Hill, St Ouen.

Reference: p/03/b234/19

Date: August 22nd 2000 - August 22nd 2000

Public Services Department, Cleaning Services. Kenny de la Haye using a gully cleaner to clean drains at the bottom of Jubilee Hill, St Ouen. Directing traffic with him are Michael Salsac and Mick Corbet.

Reference: p/03/b234/21

Date: August 22nd 2000 - August 22nd 2000

Part one of a sound recording of a speech in which Norman Le Brocq, founder member of the Jersey Communist Party and former Deputy of the States of Jersey, Part two is continued in item R/03/C/8 Same recording as item L/D/25/L/36 Talks about his occupation experiences. Includes: personal situation at the start of the occupation; formation of early political ideals, including information about Lesley Huelin, a member of the Australian Communist Party; formation of a discussion group which later became the Jersey Democratic Movement , including Robson, South and Sterling - methodist lay preachers, Baal - father of the late States member, Venables - later became a Senator; formation and growth of the Jersey Communist Party; formation of an aid organisation to collect food and clothing for escaped Ukrainian slave workers - helped in this by Mikhail Krohin, an escapee taught English by a Mrs Metcalf, Les Perkins, a Co-op delivery man, Dr McKinstry, the Medical Officer of Health, and many others; distibuting illegal leaflets; talks about methods of obtaining supplies and identity cards; contact with Spanish Communists among the OT workers was provided by Ernest Perée, a porter at the OT hospital; after being wrongfully sacked from the fuel control section after an information leak, Norman le Brocq worked for lending libraries collecting unreturned books, then at George Hutt's bookshop in Broad Street for the rest of the war; made contact with Paul Mulbach/Muelbach, a German soldier who was part of a soldier's committee working toward a mutiny against the garrison [part of, or inspired by, the Free Germany movement] and agreed to help him produce leaflets for this purpose; they met once a week at Burger's bookshop at the Parade - Paul Casamere was the assistant there; in early 1945 Mulbach decided to desert - a cottage was set up at Longueville for him to live in with a cover story and false identity, helped by Basil Huelin, Lesley's brother; the mutiny against the garrison was planned for Mayday, but was beaten to it by the Liberation. The speech is followed by questions from the audience regarding: the fate of Paul Mulbach after the war; other groups and individuals involved in similar activities during the war; Holmes, an enigmatic man who ran a stamp shop and distributed the BBC news to customers, but was also suspected as a Nazi sympathizer and collaborator; Polish, Italian and Soviet troops in the island; prisoners of war in the OT and Lager Immelmann, the OT camp at the bottom of Jubilee Hill. Recorded on 30/09/1990. Good sound quality. Duration 86 minutes.

Reference: R/03/C/7

Date: September 30th 1990 - September 30th 1990

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