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.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/32

Date: February 7th 2005

File concerning Channel Island Aero Services, maintenance and repairs

Reference: L/A/06/J11/1

Date: 1980 - 1982

File concerning Hornair Limited

Reference: L/A/06/J11/2

Date: 1988 - 1990

File concerning Hornair Limited

Reference: L/A/06/J11/3

Date: 1990 - 1990

File concerning Hornair Limited

Reference: L/A/06/J11/4

Date: 1991 - 1992

File concerning Hornair Limited

Reference: L/A/06/J11/5

Date: 1992 - 1993

Image of Wing Commander Elwin and Deputy C S Dupre which relates to a lunch given by the States Tourism Committee to a party of journalists from South Wales and the West Country. The part the Channel Islands had played in the recovery made by Cambrian Airways was a theme of speeches made. Negative number 288 of Tourism Subject Box number 6 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The negative was scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.

Reference: L/A/75/A1/TOU/6/288

Date: January 10th 1961 - January 11th 1961

Image of Deputy C S Dupre, Wing Commander Elwin and party which relates to a lunch given by the States Tourism Committee to a party of journalists from South Wales and the West Country. The part the Channel Islands had played in the recovery made by Cambrian Airways was a theme of speeches made. Negative number 289 of Tourism Subject Box number 6 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The negative was scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.

Reference: L/A/75/A1/TOU/6/289

Date: January 10th 1961 - January 11th 1961

Photographs of a newspaper plane which crashed on landing; both the pilot and radio operator were unhurt. The aircraft involved G-AIXZ was probably an Avro 652A Anson 1 [air crash].

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/1/1

Date: February 5th 1951 - February 5th 1951

Subject: Aviation

File number: 1

Page number: 1

Photographs of a newspaper plane which crashed on landing; both the pilot and radio operator were unhurt, the aircraft involved G-AIXZ, an Avro Anson, also of a de Havilland Heron G-ALAZ, which flew as part of the British European Airways Channel Islands Service.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/1/2

Date: February 5th 1951 - August 31st 1951

Subject: Aviation

File number: 1

Page number: 2

Photographs of the aeroplane G-AHMC, possibly an Airspeed AS65 CONSUL, which over ran on landing at the Airport and crashed.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/1/5

Date: June 21st 1947 - June 21st 1947

Subject: Aviation

File number: 1

Page number: 5

Photographs of the aeroplane G-AHMC, possibly an Airspeed AS65 CONSUL, which over ran on landing at the Airport and crashed; no injuries.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/1/7

Date: June 14th 1947 - June 14th 1947

Subject: Aviation

File number: 1

Page number: 7

Photographs of the wreckage of the plane G-ANTB which crashed into a lighting pole during landing in poor visibility at Jersey Airport. Twenty six people died in the crash. The plane was travelling from Paris Orly and was operated by British United (C.I.) Airways.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/12/1

Date: April 14th 1965 - April 15th 1965

Subject: Aviation

File number: 12

Page number: 1

Photographs of the wreckage of the plane G-ANTB which crashed into a lighting pole during landing in poor visibility at Jersey Airport. Twenty six people died in the crash. The plane was travelling from Paris Orly and was operated by British United (C.I.) Airways. There is also one photograph possibly of the lighting pole.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/12/2

Date: April 14th 1965 - April 15th 1965

Subject: Aviation

File number: 12

Page number: 2

Photographs of the wreckage of the plane G-ANTB which crashed into a lighting pole during landing in poor visibility at Jersey Airport. Twenty six people died in the crash. The plane was travelling from Paris Orly and was operated by British United (C.I.) Airways. There is also a photograph of Mrs Syvret who pulled the air hostess who survived the crash clear of the wreckage and photogrpahs possibly of the lighting pole.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/12/3

Date: April 14th 1965 - April 15th 1965

Subject: Aviation

File number: 12

Page number: 3

Photographs of the wreckage of the plane G-ANTB which crashed into a lighting pole during landing in poor visibility at Jersey Airport. Twenty six people died in the crash. The plane was travelling from Paris Orly and was operated by British United (C.I.) Airways. Photographs of Mr J K Herbert, Airport Manager and Mr Charles Till, one of the first people at the scene.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/12/4

Date: April 14th 1965 - April 15th 1965

Subject: Aviation

File number: 12

Page number: 4

Photographs of firefighters attending to the wreckage of the plane G-ANTB which crashed into a lighting pole during landing in poor visibility at Jersey Airport. Twenty six people died in the crash. The plane was travelling from Paris Orly and was operated by British United (C.I.) Airways.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/12/5

Date: April 14th 1965 - April 15th 1965

Subject: Aviation

File number: 12

Page number: 5

Photographs of firefighters and other emergency workers attending to the wreckage of a plane which crashed into a lighting pole during landing in poor visibility at Jersey Airport. Twenty six people died in the crash. The plane was travelling from Paris Orly and was operated by British United (C.I.) Airways.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/12/6

Date: April 14th 1965 - April 15th 1965

Subject: Aviation

File number: 12

Page number: 6

Photographs of G-AFCW, Imperial Airways Connemara, a Short S 30 Empire flying boat, in St Aubin's Bay, and of a visit by a Sunderland Flying Boat.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/2/6

Date: June 1st 1935 - June 17th 1939

Subject: Aviation

File number: 2

Page number: 6

Photographs of Royal Air Force Avro Anson bombers landing at Jersey Airport.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/2/7

Date: October 2nd 1937 - October 2nd 1937

Subject: Aviation

File number: 2

Page number: 7

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