Tobacco stocks and rationing

Reference: B/A/W31/1/18

Date: September 5th 1940 - October 9th 1941

Payments for supplies by German Forces

Reference: B/A/W31/1/29

Date: December 2nd 1940 - December 2nd 1940

Letter concerning private mills to crush oats for German units

Reference: B/A/W31/2/151

Date: December 9th 1944 - December 9th 1944

Correspondence relating to the hire of transport for German units

Reference: B/A/W31/4/108

Date: March 3rd 1944 - June 2nd 1944

Consumption of electricity by the German Forces at Westward Ho, Five Mile Road, St Ouen and overall consumption compared to total island consumption by month

Reference: B/A/W31/8/11

Date: June 30th 1941 - July 31st 1941

Reading of Gas, Water and Electricity meters in German Quarters Includes list of water meters in premises occupied by German Troops

Reference: B/A/W31/8/20

Date: May 1st 1942 - August 31st 1943

Priority treatment for German forces in shops and by the Civil Authorities

Reference: B/A/W50/136

Date: February 12th 1944 - February 12th 1944

Admission to the Parade Cafe for members of the Forces

Reference: B/A/W50/47

Date: February 24th 1942 - February 24th 1942

Correspondence relating to the provisioning of the troops and the provisions for German soldiers in hospitals. Includes; Billeting to be arranged by the Island Command, supplies of milk, eggs, fruit and tobacco for the troops, scale of charges at hotels for Germans and States Members, issue of ration cards to German troops.

Reference: B/A/W55/1

Date: October 5th 1940 - July 11th 1944

Burial of German Troops

Reference: B/A/W56

Export of 7000 tons of potatoes from the 1942 crop to the German troops. Includes correspondence relating to the problems with potato blight.

Reference: B/A/W61/1/4

Date: July 1st 1942 - January 8th 1943

Delivery of potatoes to the occupying troops, includes correspondence re. price and payment.

Reference: B/A/W61/1/7

Date: June 2nd 1944 - September 30th 1944

Monthly claims to the Intendant of the Department of Manche for foodstuffs supplied to the German Authorities and to workmen drawing supplementry rations, July 1942 - April 1944. Includes information on the allocation of of foodstuffs to Jersey by the Intendent of the Department of Manche.

Reference: B/A/W63/24

Date: August 7th 1942 - May 5th 1944

Claim from Messrs Homefinders Ltd., Hill Street for damage to a window pane - classed as war damages by the German Authorities

Reference: B/A/W64/1/10

Date: July 12th 1943 - July 12th 1943

Claim from Messrs Marks and Riches Ltd for damage to their property by an O T lorry - classed as war damages by the German Authorities

Reference: B/A/W64/1/11

Date: July 20th 1943 - July 20th 1943

Damage to a Jersey Electricity Company cable at St Aubin to be classed as war damage

Reference: B/A/W64/1/12

Date: July 26th 1943 - July 26th 1943

Claim from Edward P Syvret, Hilltop Farm, St Mary for damage to a waterbutt - classed as war damages by the German Authorities

Reference: B/A/W64/1/13

Date: August 2nd 1943 - August 2nd 1943

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