Photograph of the Treadmill in situe at HM Prison, Jersey, Newgate Street.Gloucester Street

Reference: L/F/54/A/B/7

Date: September 30th 1937 - September 30th 1937

Charles Auguste Bonhomme Occupation Papers

Reference: L/F/550

Date: 1940 - 1945

Charles Auguste Bonhomme Identity Card

Reference: L/F/550/A

Date: 1941 - 1941

German Officer Photograph

Reference: L/F/550/B

Date: 1940 - 1945

Photograph of Paul Mulbach taken in uniform

Reference: L/F/62/A/4

Date: 1940 - 1945

Collection of photographs of the Hammond Memorial dedicated to the slave workers in Alderney during the Second World War. Includes a card with the dedication in French 'En souvenir de tous déportés morts à Aurigny pendant les années 1940-1945. Ils n'avaient plus rien à sacrifier que leurs vies.'

Reference: L/F/64/A/1

Date: 1966 - 1975

Copy of a photograph of a group of former slave workers, friends and officials on a pilgrimage to Alderney where the former were imprisoned during the Second World War. Includes from left to right, two unknown, a Russian, Francisco Font, unknown Russian and Russian officer, Norman Le Brocq and Mlle Yvonne Petrement, French Consul in Jersey.

Reference: L/F/64/A/21

Date: 1970 - 1975

Photographs of a tour of sites of former Occupation slave workers camps. Participants; Norman Le Brocq, Stella Perkins, John Bassett, Francisco Font, Vicenté Gasulla Solé and Len Perkins.

Reference: L/F/64/B/1

Date: 1970 - 1975

Photograph of the Hammond Memorial to the slave workers who died in Alderney during the Occupation, shows French flag flying above the memorial and smaller flags of other nations at the base of the flagpole. Includes dedications in English, Spanish, French, Russian and Hebrew.

Reference: L/F/64/B/2

Date: 1965 - 1975

Photograph of Norman Le Brocq with a visiting Soviet journalist at the Crematorium, Westmount, Jersey during a Liberation Day ceremony at the memorial to the slave workers. Date unknown.

Reference: L/F/64/B/3

Date: 1965 - 1975

Photograph of the memorial to slave workers during the Second World War at the Crematorium, Westmount, Jersey. Shows the dedication provided by the crew of the Soviet timber ship, Yarensk, with the legend in Russian 'Your Motherland will not forget you' and a bouquet of flowers provided by the Soviet Embassy in Great Britain. Also dedications in French and Spanish.

Reference: L/F/64/B/4

Date: 1971 - 1971

Photograph of a naval officer of the Soviet Embassy in Great Britain with two Spanish officials at the memorial to slave workers during the Second World War at the Crematorium, Westmount, Jersey.

Reference: L/F/64/B/5

Date: 1971 - 1971

Photograph taken on a Liberation Day ceremony at the memorial to slave workers during the Second World War at the Crematorium, Westmount, Jersey. Shown from left to right, Stella Perkins, Military Attaché of the Soviet Embassy in Great Britain, Mlle Yvonne Petrement, French Consul in Jersey, Maurice Prax, Henny Prax.

Reference: L/F/64/B/6

Date: 1980 - 1990

Photograph taken on the anniversary of Liberation Day at the Crematorium, Westmount, Jersey, includes visiting Societ diplomats and former slave workers. Back row, right to left, John Bassett, Soviet diplomat, Reginald Young, Len Perkins, Francis Le Sueur, Norman Le Brocq, various unknown. Front row, right to left, Lorna Perkins, Sandra Perkins, Freda Perkins, Claudia Metcalfe (grandmother of previous three), Vicente Gasulla Solé, unknown child, Soviet diplomat (extreme left of picture).

Reference: L/F/64/B/7

Date: May 9th 1966 - May 9th 1966

Photograph taken on the 25th anniversary of Liberation Day showing the Jersey Democratic Movement [has been identified as Jersey Trades Council] float that was part of the parade through St Helier. The float showed activities that had been punishable offences during the Occupation, listening to the BBC on the radio and producing news leaflets. From right to left, Charlie Blampied with the crystal set, Mrs Blampied [has been identified as Mrs Le Mains] typing the news, Stella Perkins duplicating the message. Copies of the leaflet were handed out to the crowd.

Reference: L/F/64/B/8

Date: May 9th 1970 - May 9th 1970

Photograph taken on the 25th anniversary of Liberation Day showing the Jersey Democratic Movement [has been identified as Jersey Trades Council] float that was part of the parade through St Helier. The float showed activities that had been punishable offences during the Occupation, listening to the BBC on the radio and producing news leaflets. Back row, left to right, Charles Blampied, Maurice Le Main. Front row, left to right, Idwal Pritchard, John King, Mrs Blampied [has been identified as Mrs Le Mains], Lorna Perkins, Norman Le Brocq, Len Perkins, Gordon Journeaux, Andrew Bower.

Reference: L/F/64/B/9

Date: May 9th 1970 - May 9th 1970

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