A collection of low level documents relating to P G Warder's service with the Control Commission for Germany (British Element) and the British Army of the Rhine, 1945 - 1960, including his CCG driving license and permit, includes two photographs showing him as a GPO lineman on Jersey during the Second World War, two copies (9pp) of a magazine article on the history of the GPO communications system on the Channel Islands during the Second World War, in which he is mentioned, and a photocopy of the curfew pass issued to him on Jersey by the German authorities, 1944.

Reference: 91/32/1

Date: 1944 - 1946

Papers relating to the handing over of the Postal Service to the States of Jersey

Reference: A/D1/P10/3

Date: April 4th 1967 - October 16th 1969

Papers relating to the postal service, the inauguration of air mail and the appointment of postal workers

Reference: A/D1/P4

Date: August 20th 1823 - June 16th 1937

Instructions for the Post Office in case of war

Reference: A/D1/W4

Date: November 28th 1972 - June 2nd 1976

Papers relating to the claim of Mr L W Prime, censor in Postal and Telegraphic Censorship Service, for salary not received

Reference: B/A/L10/25

Date: April 4th 1946 - April 9th 1946

Order and registration concerning postal and telegraph traffic

Reference: B/A/W30/102

Date: July 2nd 1942 - August 8th 1942

Order and registration concerning postal and telegraph traffic

Reference: B/A/W30/103

Date: July 17th 1942 - Jul-Aug 1942

Order and related papers concerning postal services

Reference: B/A/W30/49

Date: April 17th 1941 - November 12th 1941

Orders and Registration relating to postal traffic

Reference: B/A/W30/71

Date: October 31st 1941 - November 22nd 1941

Order concerning postal traffic

Reference: B/A/W30/76

Date: December 8th 1941 - January 31st 1942

Orders concerning fishing and postal services

Reference: B/A/W30/77

Date: December 23rd 1941 - February 4th 1942

Orders against the Jews and concerning postal traffic

Reference: B/A/W30/88

Date: April 15th 1942 - May 16th 1942

Correspondence re. Order included in Official Journal 22 concerning Post, Telegraph and Telephone Services. See also B/A/W30/41 and B/A/W39/5.

Reference: B/A/W31/8/5

Date: February 25th 1941 - March 10th 1941

New issue of stamps available on the 01/06/1943. Includes copies of six, Republique Francaise stamps, and prices and examples from M. Pouget, Imprimerie Nationale des Timbres-Poste, 103, Boulevard Brune, Paris.

Reference: B/A/W39/11

Date: February 3rd 1943 - July 7th 1943

Introduction of stamps to be used within the Channel Islands, includes correspondence with the Bailiff of Guernsey

Reference: B/A/W39/2

Date: July 26th 1940 - January 20th 1941

Photograph of Guernsey 1d stamp

Reference: B/A/W39/2/2

Date: July 26th 1940 - January 20th 1941

Statutory rules and orders relating to control of communications, postal censorship, entering enemy territory and photography

Reference: B/A/W6/6

Date: October 7th 1939 - January 17th 1940

States Assembly Hansard Official Report includes Minister for Planning and Environment: powers (P.132/2010), Esplanade Quarter: Deferment of works and endorsement of Development Agreement (P.136/2010), Children (Jersey) Law 2002: Appointment of children’s guardians and advocates in certain court proceedings (P.137/2010), Jersey Post: petition (P.140/2010), Postal services: direction and guidance to the Jersey Competition Regulatory Authority (P.138/2010), Draft Employment (Amendment No. 5) (Jersey) Law 2010 (Appointed Day) Act 201- (P.142/2010) and arrangement of public business for future meetings.

Reference: C/A12/235

Date: November 4th 2010 - November 4th 2010

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