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Digital copy of Exhibit DP1: Witness statements given by Darren Lee Picot to States of Jersey Police. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Darren Picot's witness statement to the Inquiry dated 6 October 2014 [C/D/AW1/B2/3/WS000097].
Date: August 6th 1997 - July 6th 2008
Digital copy of Witness 267's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police as part of Operation Rectangle providing an account of her experiences at the Girls' Home in Grouville [Jersey Female Orphans Home]. [Some details redacted]. Signature witnessed by John Packer.
Date: March 18th 2008 - March 18th 2008
Digital copy of Witness 337's witness statement to the Inquiry providing an account of his experiences at Sacré Coeur Orphanage. [Some details redacted].
Date: October 15th 2015 - October 15th 2015
Date: March 1st 2013 - March 31st 2013
Digital copy of [Part 2] of the transcript of a Tape Recorded Interview with Witness 812 in Interview Room 4 at States of Jersey Police's Staton at Rouge Bouillon. Refers to presence of Detective Sergeant David Hill and Civilian Investigator Neil Milner. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 812's statements see C/D/AW2/B1/18.
Date: March 30th 2010 - March 30th 2010
Digital copy of [Part 3] of the transcript of a Tape Recorded Interview with Witness 812 in Interview Room 4 at States of Jersey Police's Staton at Rouge Bouillon. Refers to presence of Detective Sergeant David Hill and Civilian Investigator Neil Milner. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 812's statements see C/D/AW2/B1/18.
Date: March 30th 2010 - March 30th 2010
Digital copy of Witness 812’s statement to the Inquiry providing an account of her experiences fostering and adopting with the States of Jersey care system. [Some details redacted].
Date: December 2nd 2015 - December 2nd 2015
Sound recording of John Bouchere speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 15/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Bouchere speaks about the days leading up to Liberation and the disbelief of peoplet, the realisation that the Germans were defeated, the arrival of the British Navy on Liberation Day, taking German equipment, having a bicycle, the clear up operation, sending the Germans to England, the food coming in to the Island, the Red Cross clothes, working at a garage during the war, converting cars to wood gas, finding petrol where you could, new cars coming in after the War, how the cars were shipped and delivered and the role of the garage.
Date: November 15th 2004
Sound recording of Phyllis Bransbury, née Binding, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 06/10/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Bransbury speaks about moving to Jersey from Bristol after meeting her husband, living on Plat Douet Road, deciding not to evacuate before the start of the Occupation, her husband's work, growing their own vegetables, improvising when they did not have much, the shortage in food and clothes, the arrival of the Red Cross parcels, listening to the news on a crystal radio set, taking the radio out, the excitement on Liberation Day, the British troops, going to Bristol after the war, the Battle of Flowers and the International Road Race, the increase in tourism and going to the cinema.
Date: October 6th 2004
Sound recording of Geoffrey Allo speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 04/02/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Allo talks about the liberation, school during the Occupation, soldiers during the Occupation, Royal Visits, food shortage and rationing, clothes, Victoria College Prep, the Combined Cadet Force, the Royal Air Force, school sports, cinemas, shops, tourism, Battle of Flowers, International Road Races, working in a ship-broker office, the Hersey Canning Company, bicycles, the visit of General Montgomery and of the Duke of Gloucester, the Death of the King and the Coronation, radios, and televisions.
Date: February 4th 2005
Sound recording of Michel Gould speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 07/02/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Gould speaks about the troups landing in town, cycling from Grouville, the school shutting down, the children looting, exploring the fortifications, the mines removal, getting the golf course back in shape, his father’s job as a manager at Boots, the coming of fresh products, the rationing after the Liberation, his time at Victoria College during the Occupation and the teachers, one of his teacher participating in the Olympics, being a part of the guard of honors during the Montgomery visit, going to work as a lawyer at Hillstreet, learning at distance, passing the bat, participating in a French exchange, helping out on farms during the Occupation, the weighbridge, tourism, traveling by cars, motocycles and bicycles, the Battle of Flowers, the Boots on Queen Roads, shops, watching the coronation on television, traveling to Southampton to see his family, the lawyers on royal courts and the day he was sworn in.
Date: February 7th 2005
Sound recording of Bob Hambly speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 7/10/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Hambly speaks about the weeks leading up to the Liberation, unearthing his radio from beneath tobacco plants, school during the occupation, receiving the Red Cross parcels, the German's construction of a railway line, he describes the celebration on liberation day, going back to school after a few days off, the rationing, shopping after liberation, the clothes and shoes shortages, playing football and cricket, matches at the F.B. Fields, describes buildings that changed vocation during the occupation, the clean up of the beaches, the new shops opening, going to The Beaches on bicycles, cars used more frequently, the royal visit, the battle of the flowers, the increase in tourism, the international Road Race, the cinemas after the occupation, St Clements Parish Hall and St Clements Church, gypsies camping in St Clement after the war, radios, the Murratti cup, going on a school trip to Glasgow and the coronation.
Date: October 7th 2004
Sound recording of Leo Harris speaking about the Occupation and the years after. Hee was interviewed on 08/01/2005 by Marleen Hacquoil for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Harris speaks about coming from Edimburgh to Jersey in 1939 with his family, staying at the Marina Hotel, missing the evacuation boats to leave after the Germans landing, watching the German soldiers parade, going to De La Salle College, stealing bicycles from the German, his father buying and hidding cars, the germans requisitioning buildings, moving hidden cars, listening to the radio, the German Field Police, stealing guns, house raids, escaping deportations, his father releasing North African prisoners, his brother's release from prison, the british soldiers, pubs, collaborators, leaving the island after the occupation and going back to Edinburgh before returning to Jersey in 1946, the priority of goods exportation to Jersey and Guersney, the feeling that the states should have help less, the removal of the railway lines and the german leaving on landing crafts.
Date: January 8th 2005
Sound recording of Anne Perchard, née Billot, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 24/11/2004 by Geraldine des Forges for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Perchard speaks about her family situation during the occupation, hearing the news on the radio and passing it on, cycling to the Jersey College for Girls, going to town for the celebration, cattle shows after the war, making money with the tomatoes, buying a tractor, the world jersey cattle bureau, the royal visits, how the shortages did not affect them much on the farm, the work on the farm, the young farmers club and its activities, the cattle shows, the Jersey cows, the outbreak of foot and mouth disease, the farm workers who helped with the potatoes and tomatoes, the colorado beetles, the changes in the Parish life, the way of life for a farmer, the increase in tourism, the activities available for Jersey visitors, the changes in the States, the importance of milk and its production, the start of refrigeration, Elizabeth and Philips visits, seeing the coronation on Pathe news, the visit of Montgomery, the sand racing and hill climbing, setting up her compagny, her involvement with the world bureau, the sports they played at school, the fashion for long skirts, being the mascot for the Rozel Rovers, and her fathers health.
Date: November 24th 2004
Sound recording of Noreen Syvret speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 01/04/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Syvet speaks about singing songs on Liberation day, the state of St John Hotel after the occupation, going to St John School, to the Jersey College for Girl, and to Victoria College during the occupation, helping her mother's business, her convalescence after contracting tuberculosis, meeting and marrying her husband, the dances, the parish hall, the carnivals, the elections, the battle of flowers, the fortifications and the seeing the prisoners of war marching.
Date: April 1st 2005
File containing a copy of an extract on occupation government, from The German Occupation of the Channel Islands
Date: 1975 - 2004
Import Accounts - each quarter of the year is indexed by the type of import, alphabetically at the back of the volume. Imports vary enormously and include the following; barley, beer and ale, bran, bricks, cement, coal, eggs, flour, hay, gunpowder and explosives, limestone, manure, meat, onion, potatoes, pottery, salt, slates, straw, sugar, timber, tobacco and cigars, wines and spirits, horses, dogs, bicycles, paraffin, sulphuric acid, glass, maize, tea, and vehicles
Date: 1903 - 1903
Date: 1911 - 1911
Date: 1935 - 1935