Reference: B/A/W74

Request for a billet for 500 men and 30-35 rooms for officers in St Helier

Reference: B/A/W74/2

Date: November 10th 1941 - November 10th 1941

Billeting expenses in Alderney to be paid by the States of Jersey and the States of Guernsey. Includes: particulars of the Alderney Occupation and a maintenance account

Reference: B/A/W74/8

Date: February 26th 1942 - June 24th 1942

Accounts for the requisitioned de Gruchy's Bakery

Reference: B/A/W74/26

Date: April 8th 1945 - April 8th 1945

Correspondence concerning billeting including a request from Colonel Knackfuss for lists of properties whose owners have evacuated and a copy of the Billeting (Information) Jersey Order, 1941

Reference: B/A/W74/1

Date: November 7th 1941 - December 13th 1941

Billeting by the Island Government for the HUV includes details of men to work on the billets, apparatus and material and letter to the Captain Leseur of the catering service

Reference: B/A/W74/3

Date: October 21st 1941 - December 2nd 1941

Preparation of maps of Jersey for the HUV

Reference: B/A/W74/4

Date: December 13th 1941 - December 13th 1941

Correspondence regarding rent for entertainments staged by the German Forces at the Forum Theatre and the Opera House

Reference: B/A/W74/5

Date: February 5th 1942

Payment of costs for billeting with Military Command in France deciding that the German Authorities should pay 75% of the costs

Reference: B/A/W74/6

Date: February 14th 1942 - June 26th 1942

Payment of costs for use of the slaughter house and cold storage accommodation by the German Authorities

Reference: B/A/W74/7

Date: February 24th 1942 - February 24th 1942

Request for Information concerning Jersey's financial contribution to the administration and defence of the British Empire prior to Occupation

Reference: B/A/W74/10

Date: October 13th 1942 - October 19th 1942

Iron issued for monhtly repairs to billets

Reference: B/A/W74/11

Date: September 14th 1942

Evacuation by the forces of occupied houses

Reference: B/A/W74/12

Date: December 24th 1942

Payment for electric current used for building purposes

Reference: B/A/W74/13

Date: February 16th 1943 - March 24th 1943

Mr Amy of Dupery House, Five Oaks, gardener to work at Mr Mouney's property

Reference: B/A/W74/14

Date: February 10th 1943 - February 10th 1943

Supplies of lamps from France and unsuitability for the Jersey voltage

Reference: B/A/W74/15

Date: March 11th 1943 - March 29th 1943

Accounts for electric current consumed by the German Forces and the Organisation Todt and objection to the request for the States to pay part of the cost of the use of electricity for military operations

Reference: B/A/W74/16

Date: April 5th 1943 - October 30th 1944

Queries over the responsiblity for payment of accounts concerning work at the airport and articles supplied to the Soldatenheim

Reference: B/A/W74/17

Date: May 15th 1943 - July 8th 1943

Reference to a letter from Mr R Graham, 21, Netherby Court, Beaumont concerning billeting

Reference: B/A/W74/18

Date: May 15th 1943 - July 8th 1943

Payment for pets bought for export by the German Authorities and/or for catching rats in billets

Reference: B/A/W74/19

Date: September 7th 1943 - September 27th 1943

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