Handwritten account of Jersey under German Occupation, prepared from a verbal account given by Denis Vibert who escaped from Jersey in September 1941

Reference: L/A/30/E2/2

Date: 1941 - 1941

Notes and newscuttings relating to the conditions in occupied Jersey and aid efforts for the inhabitants of the Channel Islands during the Second World War

Reference: L/A/30/E2/4

Date: 1941 - 1945

Images of Alfred Hinds, a man who escaped from prison three times after being wrongly convicted of a jewellery theft before moving to Jersey in 1965, who was the subject of the BBC's 'Escape' series [from JEP 02/10/1980 p 5].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/5455A

Date: October 1st 1980 - October 1st 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5455A

Images of Alfred Hinds, a man who escaped from prison three times after being wrongly convicted of a jewellery theft before moving to Jersey in 1965, who was the subject of the BBC's 'Escape' series [from JEP 02/10/1980 p 5].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/5455B

Date: October 1st 1980 - October 1st 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5455B

Images of Eric Jamerson[ nicknamed Pinky! possibly a great escaper from the Second World War] taken in St Helier.(JEP) Photographic Job Number 1981/6670.Taken by Gary Grimshaw.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/6670

Date: February 17th 1981 - February 17th 1981

Typed sheet of 'Facts on Present Conditions in Jersey and other Channel Islands by a Man who Escaped from Jersey' and Quotations from Messages Received from the Channel Islands'

Reference: L/C/11/18

Date: September 30th 1941 - September 30th 1941

Post card from Richard Ahier of 6, Brighton Road to David Ahier (his brother) in Alexandria expressing her delight about being liberated from the Occupation and describing being released from jail after serving a sentence as a political prisoner. [He was jailed for trying to escape in a boat]

Reference: L/C/129/A2/6

Date: May 15th 1945 - May 15th 1945

Research notes of Robin Cox of the year 1945 includes; various newspaper articles from the Jersey Evening Post about the year 1945, articles about escapees of Jersey during the Occupation, copy of the Evening Post newspaper dated 8th and 11th May and 20th July 1945, photocopied pages of Occupation Diary in the year 1945, a Cadbury's Dairy Milk Chocolate Wrapper. 5 Smaller notebooks which include; gardening magazines and articles, several articles on the weather, newspaper articles relating to Fred Clarke, one notebook is research into Street Names in Jersey, photocopied tables of the average price of Wheat in Jersey in the 1800s

Reference: L/C/152/41

Date: 1800 - 1945

Journal of Patrick Owen Smith relating to his escape from Jersey and his activities in England. Includes messages sent to his fiance and family February - April 1945

Reference: L/C/16/1

Date: 1944 - 1945

Copy photograph of the six escapees

Reference: L/C/16/2

Date: 1944 - 1944

Miscellaneous loose newscuttings. Articles include: messages from the Bailiff, information from the Department of Essential Commodities, warnings re. escaping the island, rationing and recipes, letters to the Evening Post, notices from the German Authorities, obituaries, notices from the Department of Labour & Education, Information from the Department of Essential Services, Red Cross supplies, tobacco rationing, notices re. curfew, an attempt on Hitler's life and Mrs Baudins seeking safety with the police because of collaboration

Reference: L/C/17/12

Date: 1940 - 1945

Printed Works

Reference: L/C/170/A

An account entitled 'A Jerseyman's Story' by H Francis Costard recounting his experiences of the German Occupation of Jersey, his eventual decision to escape, his journey to France and then to England, his decision to join the armed forces and his eventual return to Jersey

Reference: L/C/170/A/1

Date: June 16th 1994 - June 16th 1994

Issue number 2 of News from England for the Channel Islands distributed by the RAF. Includes an account of the German Front Line, news of the Navy, an escape from Guernsey to England by eight men and damage to St Paul's Cathedral

Reference: L/C/199/A2/2

Date: September 30th 1940 - September 30th 1940

Typed report given by an unidentified individual who escaped from Jersey c.1941. The report includes sections on; conditions in Jersey, the Military Occupation, the Local Government, Agriculture and Farming, Rations, the Fuel and Clothing Situation, the Barter and Black Markets, Transport, the German Military, Guernsey and Alderney - not dated

Reference: L/C/239/A/1

Date: 1941 - 1942

Unofficial & incomplete list of escapees from Jersey during the German Occupation. Photocopy of a list of the signatures of political prisoners, decorated

Reference: L/C/24/A/1

Date: 1940 - 1945

Unofficial & incomplete list of escapees from Jersey and Guernsey during the German Occupation. Updated July 2003

Reference: L/C/24/A/1a

Date: 1940 - 1945

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