Léonce L'Hermitte Ogier

Reference: L/C/24/D7

Papers relating to Léonce Ogier. Includes: copy of his birth certificate from the Register of Births St Saviour, photocopies of two envelopes sent by Léonce Ogier during the second world war to Mrs E L Ogier and Advocate J F Le Cornu, photocopy of a German document naming his next of kin and notes relating to the story of his arrest and imprisonment (not dated)

Reference: L/C/24/D7/1

Date: April 14th 1915 - August 12th 1943

The German Occupation of Jersey 1940-45 by A Bernard Clark. Includes a preface by Barrie Clark, son of Arthur Bernard Clark.

Reference: L/C/333/A/1

Date: 1945 - December 31st 2005

Letter from Godma Roo [Ruth Elaine Le Feuvre] of 32 Queen Street, St Helier to Margaret [Margaret Vaughan née Ainsworth] detailing her experiences of life in Jersey during the Occupation.

Reference: L/C/353/A/1

Date: June 5th 1945 - June 8th 1945

Copy of a reference letter by P A Tatam, Acting Headmaster, Victoria College in respect of Geoffrey Hubert Hamon, referring to Mr Hamon's attendance at Victoria College as a pupil and later employment at the school as a master.

Reference: L/C/356/A2/7

Date: July 20th 1945 - July 20th 1945

Report by Sergeant Tierney on the Escort of British Deportees to France.

Reference: L/C/44/1

Date: September 17th 1942 - September 17th 1942

Photocopy of the index from the book Islanders Deported by Roger E Harris which relates to Mr Doughty's diary, and an entry relating to his wife, Mrs Gladys M Preston Doughty, the latest excerpt is dated 1997

Reference: L/C/46/A/5

Date: 1997 - 1997

Series of paintings showing the route taken to get to Wurzach camp by Preston John Doughty - not dated

Reference: L/C/46/B/11

Date: 1942 - 1945

Painted souvenir of the English Resident's Deported from Jersey to Germany 29/09/1942 by P J Doughty - not dated. Gives a list of places in France, Germany and Jersey - presumably tracing the route taken by the deportees on their way to Wurzach.

Reference: L/C/46/B/8

Date: 1942 - 1945

Letter from Anne Caddick, Nevada 2, St Brelade, Jersey to Mrs Thompson concerning the occupation and subsequent liberation of Jersey, includes; the surrender of the Channel Islands in 1940, the arrival of the German troops, collaboration with the local population, the deportation of English born families, the rationing and shortages of food, clothing and fuel, the Vega Red Cross ship, the liberation, the fortifications at Noirmont Point, and the Underground Hospital

Reference: L/C/99/A/1

Date: June 28th 1945 - June 28th 1945

Letter written by the occupant of Ashley House, Five Oaks commenced on December 26th 1941 and finished after the liberation on May 21st 1945, from 'Mother' to her children 'Peggy, Harry, William and Francie'. Includes details of conditions, the deportation of British subjects, the confiscation of wirelesses and the arrest of Canon Cohu.

Reference: L/D/25/A/5

Date: December 26th 1941 - May 21st 1945

Two copies of the Jersey Evening Post and cuttings regarding the air raid by the Germans and the Sark raid leading to deportations

Reference: L/D/25/B1/13

Date: June 29th 1940 - June 16th 1945

Ring binder of Evening Post and other newspaper cuttings from 1992 to 1993 with articles relating to the Channel Islands Occupation Society and the German Occupation. Includes articles on the meetings, work and events of the Channel Islands Occupation Society, articles on returning German soldiers and prisoners of war, notes on publications relating to the german occupation, articles on the theft of the Bailiff's Files archives, liberation tapestry, war crimes and the Organisation Todt, Liberation Square, liberation day, deportations and collaboration.

Reference: L/D/25/B1/28

Date: January 2nd 1992 - July 30th 1993

Ring binder of Evening Post and other newspaper cuttings from 1993 to 1994 with articles relating to the Channel Islands Occupation Society and the German Occupation. Includes articles on the meetings, work and events of the Channel Islands Occupation Society, articles on returning German soldiers and prisoners of war, notes on publications relating to the german occupation, articles on Liberation Square, deportees claiming for compensation, liberation tapestry, collaboration and liberation day celebrations.

Reference: L/D/25/B1/29

Date: August 2nd 1993 - December 30th 1994

Album includes Hitler's Fortification Order of October 1941 that hints at forthcoming deportations, documents relating to the deportations, deportation orders, photographs of the situation at the Terminus Buildings, Weighbridge on the day of deportation, notes and articles on Biberach, Dorsten and Laufen, photocopies of some of Harold Hepburn's many Biberach paintings, photographs of Biberach and Laufen Internment Camps and deportees during the war and at liberation, notes, documents and pictures relating to repatriation and death rolls of Channel Island internees.

Reference: L/D/25/E1/1

Date: October 20th 1941 - February 13th 2002

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