Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Walter Charles Langford, born 14/04/1911, sentenced for prohibited construction of wireless receiving apparatus, dissemination of anti German news and black market activities.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/65

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Frank Pluck, born 29/01/1893, sentenced for (Not Stated).

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/66

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Luise May Le Brun née Barette, born 22/05/1904, sentenced for black market activities and failure to surrender anti German leaflets.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/67

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Harold Frederick Garnier, born 10/07/1893, sentenced for prohibited attempt to send news.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/68

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Philip Winfried Roland [Philip Wilfred Rouland] Amy, born 06/08/1907, sentenced for prohibited attempt to send news.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/69

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Gladys Hannah Venables née Mountain, born 15/03/1899, sentenced for failing to surrender a wireless set.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/7

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Ernest John Le Brun, born 04/06/1904, sentenced for prohibited attempt to send news.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/70

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Mavis Kathleen Burton, sentenced for prohibited attempt to send news.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/71

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Maud Grace Glendewar, sentenced for serious prohibited attempt to send news.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/72

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Alphonse Desire Le Hayee, born 03/06/1889, sentenced for failure to surrender 2 wireless sets.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/73

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Cecil Edgell, born 19/05/1891, sentenced for failure to surrender a wireless set and creating the possibility of reception of enemy broadcasts.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/74

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Effie Edgell, born 21/12/1888, sentenced for prohibited reception of wireless broadcasts in company with other persons.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/75

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Margaret Katherine Edgell, born 22/08/1925, sentenced for prohibited reception of wireless broadcasts in company with other persons.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/76

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Philip Jeanne, sentenced for disturbance of the working peace.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/77

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Ernest Auguste Jeanne, born 13/04/1894, sentenced for assaulting and insulting a member of the occupying forces and disturbance of the working peace.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/78

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Edward Withy-Helby, sentenced for insulting the occupying authority.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/79

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of John Mirabel, born 14/08/1904, sentenced for failing to surrender a wireless set and dissemination of anti German news.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/8

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Philip Thomas Perrier, born 15/09/1886, sentenced for failing to surrender a wireless set.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/80

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Harold Dorey, born 30/07/1883, sentenced for failure to comply with instructions by decree dated 12th Feb 1945.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/81

Date: 1945

Sentences and Prosecutions by the Field Command and Troop Courts 1945, case of Douglas William Park, born 14/06/1920, sentenced for prohibited construction of radio receiving apparatus.

Reference: D/Z/H6/9/82

Date: 1945

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