Programme of official events for visit by the Secretary of State for Home Affairs to Jersey, 9 May and 11-13 May 1946.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/12/2

Date: May 1st 1946 - May 1st 1946
Undated, c. 1 May 1946

Memorandum by R M Lewis, Government Secretary, Government Office regarding the programme of official events for visit by the Secretary of State for Home Affairs to Jersey, 9 May and 11-13 May 1946. Refers to approval of the programme by the Home Secretary and outlines amendments.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/12/3

Date: May 1st 1946 - May 1st 1946

Programme of Official Engagements to be attended by His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor on Friday 10th May [1946]: Amendment List No. 1. Relates to an amendment concerning the laying of wreaths as part of the events to mark the first anniversary of the Liberation in May 1946.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/12/4

Date: May 2nd 1946 - May 3rd 1946

Letter titled Liberation Day Parade May 9th 1946. Signed by Captain J P Walters, Staff Captain "Q", Garrison Headquarters. Outlines arrangements for a Liberation Day parade on 9 May 1946 as part of the celebrations marking the first anniversary of the Liberation of Jersey. Includes amendment list no. 1 detailing amendments to the programme relating to to the arrival of the Lieutenant Governor, and a plan of the parade attached as Appendix A.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/12/5

Date: May 2nd 1946 - May 2nd 1946

Letter titled Liberation Day Parade 9 May 46: Amdt List No. 2. Signed by Captain J P Walters, Staff Captain "Q", Garrison Headquarters. Includes amendments to the programme relating to a Liberation Day parade on 9 May 1946 organised as part of the celebrations marking the first anniversary of the Liberation of Jersey.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/12/6

Date: May 2nd 1946 - May 2nd 1946

Memorandum from Captain J P Walters, Staff Captain to all units, depots and the master of RASC [Royal Army Service Corps] V Gallipoli regarding arrangements relating to a Liberation Day parade, Assize d'Héritage and war graves ceremony at St Luke's Church on 9-10 May 1946 as part of the celebrations marking the first anniversary of the Liberation of Jersey.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/12/7

Date: May 2nd 1946 - May 2nd 1946

Letter titled Liberation Day Parade - 9 May 46. Signed by Captain J P Walters, Staff Captain "Q", Garrison Headquarters. Relates to arrangements for a Liberation Day parade on 9 May 1946 as part of the celebrations marking the first anniversary of the Liberation of Jersey. Details include list of officers attending the parade, parade time and dress instructions.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/12/8

Date: May 3rd 1946 - May 3rd 1946

Letter titled Musical Entertainment by Bands of the Hampshire Regt and Royal Marines. Signed by Captain J P Walters, Staff Captain "Q", Garrison Headquarters. Provides details of a musical entertainment programme by the bands of the Hampshire Regiment and Royal Marines arranged during their stay in Jersey for ceremonies organised as part of the celebrations to mark the first anniversary of the Liberation of Jersey.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/12/9

Date: May 3rd 1946 - May 3rd 1946

Garrison Routine Orders by Lieutenant Colonel A B Rogers, Officer Commanding Troops, Jersey. Serial No. 91, [Garrison Routine Orders] 411-414. Signed by Captain J P Walters, Staff Captain "Q", Garrison Headquarters.

Reference: L/C/146/B3/1/91

Date: May 7th 1946 - May 7th 1946

Garrison Routine Orders by Lieutenant Colonel A B Rogers, Officer Commanding Troops, Jersey. Serial No. 93, [Garrison Routine Orders] 418-420. Signed by Captain J P Walters, Staff Captain "Q", Garrison Headquarters.

Reference: L/C/146/B3/1/93

Date: May 15th 1946 - May 15th 1946

Photograph Album 1, Page 16. Top left - One of the family dogs who had to be put down during the Occupation due to lack of food. Top right - The bungalow at La Hougue Bie adorned with white sheets of surrender on the roof the day the German forces arrived in the Island. Bottom left - Annie Marguerite Clements, née Renouf with the second dog which survived the Occupation. Bottom centre - Frank Stone Clements at La Hougue Bie. Bottom right - photograph taken on Liberation Day 1945 of the swastika flag hung over the entrance to the German Communications bunker.

Reference: L/C/150/B1/1/16

Date: 1935 - 1950

Postcard commemorating the Liberation visit to Jersey of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Includes a message from Yvonne [Le Sueur] to her aunt, Mrs [Irene] Bennett of 5 Compton Crescent, Upper Norwood, London.

Reference: L/C/263/F1/2

Date: June 5th 1945 - June 5th 1945

Girls' Brigade Album 1985. Includes badge, news cuttings, photographs, Annual General Meeting Agenda, invitation, and orders of service.

Reference: L/D/100/A/19

Date: 1982 - 1982

Digital copy of an article by Mark Lamerton titled Jersey Celebrates Liberation Day. From Skirmish, Issue 18, August-September 2000, pp. 26-28.

Reference: L/F/420/B2/1

Date: August 1st 2000 - September 30th 2000

Liberation Day Leaflet

Reference: L/F/440/A1/17

Date: 2004 - 2004

Liberation Day Leaflet

Reference: L/F/440/A1/18

Date: 2011 - 2011

Liberation Day Leaflet

Reference: L/F/440/A1/19

Date: 2012 - 2012

60th Anniversary of the Liberation

Reference: L/F/440/A1/20

Date: 2005 - 2005

Jersey Evening Post Obituary of Emile Boydens, a former member of the German Occupation forced workforce, dies at the age of 95.

Reference: US/1424

Date: January 22nd 2015

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