Occupation Diaries

Reference: L/F/54/C/E

Occupation Diary of unidentified Jerseyman, includes excerpts from the States Memorandum to the German Authorities

Reference: L/F/54/C/E/1

Date: 1940 - 1945

German Papers

Reference: L/F/54/C/J

Plans of Minefields

Reference: L/F/54/C/P


Reference: L/F/54/C/Q


Reference: L/F/54/C/S

Aerial maps of St Helier, St Aubin, Gorey, Sark, Alderney (Braye), and St Peter Port

Reference: L/F/54/C/V/1

Date: April 15th 1943 - April 15th 1943

Newscutting relating to the appointment of Admiral Armin Zimmerman as Chief of Staff of the West German Armed Forces

Reference: L/F/54/C/V/11

Date: April 8th 1972 - April 8th 1972

American Journal entitled 'Dieppe' with photographs of the D-Day landings in France - not dated

Reference: L/F/54/C/V/2

Date: 1944 - 1944

English and German copies of the Terms of Unconditional Surrender for Channel Islands and subsequent orders - not dated

Reference: L/F/54/C/V/3

Date: 1945 - 1945

Papers relating to the Cawley Family of 13, Freetrade Street, Rochdale, having the authority to travel to Jersey, includes list of fares to travel to Jersey by air and sea, poems published by the Rochdale and District Channel Islands Society, and the original war refugees record slip completed when the Cawley Family evacuated to Rochdale

Reference: L/F/54/C/V/4

Date: January 3rd 1940 - September 17th 1945

Postcard from the Immigration Office, 7, Pollet, Guernsey to Mrs E M Carré, 130 Thatto Heath Road, St Helen's Lancashire, giving her information relating to the issue of her travel permit

Reference: L/F/54/C/V/5

Date: August 6th 1945 - August 6th 1945

Order of Service for the First Anniversary of the Liberation

Reference: L/F/54/C/V/6

Date: May 9th 1946 - May 9th 1946

Liberation Souvenir from the Guernsey Evening Press

Reference: L/F/54/C/V/7

Date: May 9th 1946 - May 9th 1946

Collection of photographs of the Hammond Memorial dedicated to the slave workers in Alderney during the Second World War. Includes a card with the dedication in French 'En souvenir de tous déportés morts à Aurigny pendant les années 1940-1945. Ils n'avaient plus rien à sacrifier que leurs vies.'

Reference: L/F/64/A/1

Date: 1966 - 1975

Papers relating to the ceremony that took place at the Hammond Memorial in Alderney on 25 May 1974, the thirtieth anniversary of the slave workers return to Germany, via France. Includes an invitation from L'Amicale Des Anciens Déportés De L'Ile Anglo-Normande D'Aurigny (Alderney), letters from this organisation to the media in the Channel Islands giving the times of their visit and contact details for further information, contacts for the Jersey Jewish Congregation and clippings from Le Patriote Résistant about the ceremony and who will be present.

Reference: L/F/64/A/2

Date: 1973 - 1974

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