Archive of Karl Adalbert Greier

Reference: L/C/258

Date: 1940 - 2012

Occupation Papers

Reference: L/C/258/A

Date: 1940 - 1943

Prisoner of War and Repatriation Papers

Reference: L/C/258/B

Date: 1945 - 1949

Naturalisation Papers

Reference: L/C/258/C

Date: 1961 - 1961

Family Correspondence

Reference: L/C/258/D

Date: 1958 - 1976


Reference: L/C/258/E

Date: 1981 - 2012

Notice outlining restrictions in place with effect from 23 May 1940 relating to enemy aliens aged 16 to 59, including: weekly reporting to the Aliens Office, ban on the use of private motor vehicles and bicycles, curfew hours, and acquiring written consent of the Chief Aliens Officer prior to changing registered address.

Reference: L/C/258/A/1

Date: May 23rd 1940 - May 23rd 1940

Contract signed by Major Demmler regarding the employment of Karl Greier as an interpreter at Field Command 515 with effect from 12 August 1940. Includes details of terms of employment including clothing to be worn, working hours, monthly salary, notice and benefits.

Reference: L/C/258/A/2

Date: September 15th 1940 - September 15th 1940

Certificate signed by Major Demmler certifying that Karl Greier, interpreter, of 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement be allowed to keep his Philipps radio set.

Reference: L/C/258/A/3

Date: November 13th 1940 - November 13th 1940

Certificate issued by the Paymaster of Field Command 515 regarding the payment of seven daily food worker rates to each of the following: Helmüt Vogel, Karl Speker [crossed through], Anton Weber, Karl Greier, Hans Iser, Johann Hürban and Walter Wurster. States that those listed have been sent to Paris for medical reasons.

Reference: L/C/258/A/4

Date: June 3rd 1941 - June 12th 1941

Temporary identification card issued by the Commandant of Greater Paris authorising [Karl Adalbert] Greier to stay in the city centre from 5-11 June 1941

Reference: L/C/258/A/5

Date: June 5th 1941 - June 5th 1941

Licence issued by the English Harbour Master authorising Karl Greier to enter the Harbour on business or if employed there. Includes photograph.

Reference: L/C/258/A/6

Date: July 16th 1941 - July 16th 1941

Registration form issued to Karl Greier, hair stylist, granting him a residence permit from 30 March 1942 until further notice in St Veit an der Glan, Karten [Carinthia]. Includes dates of renewal of Mr Greier's registration.

Reference: L/C/258/A/7

Date: March 30th 1942 - October 12th 1943

War order signed by Field Commandant Knackfuss ordering Karl Greier of 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement to report immediately to the Ritz Hotel, St Helier in the event of an attack.

Reference: L/C/258/A/8

Date: June 11th 1942 - June 11th 1942

Certificate signed by Dr Casper for the Field Commandant confirming that Karl Greier of 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement has permission to own a radio receiver set. Also notes that permission to listen to the radio extends to Mr Greier and his immediate family members.

Reference: L/C/258/A/9

Date: June 20th 1942 - June 20th 1942

Registration form issued by the Commandant of Greater Paris to Karl Greier, hair stylist, of 19 Samares Avenue granting him a residence permit between 13-15 September 1943 for the purpose of reporting to the military command post at Ausland, Schalter 21, Paris.

Reference: L/C/258/A/10

Date: September 13th 1943 - September 15th 1943

Correspondence from the Office for War Losses and Prisoners of War, Saalfeld/Saale informing Adalbert Greier that his brother Karl Greier is missing in the Tarnopol-Lemberg area, responding to a request of 10 October 1944 on the matter. Encloses a leaflet for the relatives of prisoners of war in Soviet Russia.

Reference: L/C/258/B/1

Date: September 13th 1943 - September 15th 1943

Copy of a letter from J P Bond, Director, Division of Repatriation and Settlement, Displaced Persons Operations (Italy) to the War Office concerning Karl Greier, the husband of Elen Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace]. Confirms that Karl Greier is a prisoner of war in Russia and has sent messages to his parents in St Veit a/Glan [St Veit an der Glan] in Austria.

Reference: L/C/258/B/2

Date: February 4th 1947 - February 4th 1947

Letter from J Edmond, Control Office for Germany and Austria, to Mrs H Greier [Ellen Lucy Greier, née Peace], 19 Samares Avenue, St Clement regarding a report by the UNRRA [United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration] Italian Mission in relation to an enquiry by Mrs Greier requesting assistance to trace her husband, an Austrian.

Reference: L/C/258/B/3

Date: February 17th 1947 - February 17th 1947

Discharge certificate issued by the Demobilisation Centre in Wiener Neustadt to Karl Greier upon his release from a prisoner of war camp. Confirms that Mr Greier is deloused and disease free. Details include Mr Greier's date of birth, occupation, date of captivity, date of release from captivity, and home address. Includes an oath signed by Mr Greier.

Reference: L/C/258/B/4

Date: September 28th 1947 - September 28th 1947

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