Occupation ephemera

Reference: L/D/25/D

Photographic Archive

Reference: L/D/25/F


Reference: L/D/25/G

Plans and Drawings

Reference: L/D/25/H

Film Archive

Reference: L/D/25/J

Sound Archive

Reference: L/D/25/L

Report of the capture of J V Alexander, Welfare Officer of the UNRRA and Warden at Oxford House (Risca) Educational Settlement, in Granville on the night of March 8th 1945. Includes articles about his capture and the food situation in Jersey, a list of items contained in a Red Cross parcel and a plan of his detention barracks.

Reference: L/D/25/A/1

Date: May 12th 1945 - May 12th 1984

Memories of the Jersey Animals' Shelter during the occupation. Includes a book concerning the work of the Animals' Shelter during the Occupation compiled by Harold E Stephens, the Honorary Secretary and Manager of the Shelter (1930-1960) and a talk[ by John Helier Stephens, son of Harold] regarding the same subject.

Reference: L/D/25/A/2

Date: 1995 - 1995

Anglo-German Reconciliation reunion of American/German naval personnel who served in Channel Islands waters during the Second World War. Includes a programme of events, a tape of the reconciliation service in 1987, photographs of the reunion, an article regarding the reunion, a newsletter of the Patrol Craft Sailors Association and a programme of a reconciliation service held in 1994.

Reference: L/D/25/A/3

Date: October 5th 1987 - October 2nd 1994

An account of Colonel B E Arnold's memory of the island of Alderney named 'The Alderney Story'. Includes details of the liberation of the islands, the German troops being placed in camps, appendix called 'Notes on the German Occupation' by Theodore Pantcheff, an account of the British plan to capture Alderney in 1942 called Operation Blazing, copies and translations of newsletters called 'Der Tag' [The Day] produced by the German prisoners of war at the conclusion of the conflict and a landing table index.

Reference: L/D/25/A/4

Date: 1945 - 1968

Letter written by the occupant of Ashley House, Five Oaks commenced on December 26th 1941 and finished after the liberation on May 21st 1945, from 'Mother' to her children 'Peggy, Harry, William and Francie'. Includes details of conditions, the deportation of British subjects, the confiscation of wirelesses and the arrest of Canon Cohu.

Reference: L/D/25/A/5

Date: December 26th 1941 - May 21st 1945

Dissertation by Christopher Philip Ralphs entitled 'The Atlantic Wall-Testament to the Third Reich: A study of the German defences of the Atlantic Coast during 1941-1944.

Reference: L/D/25/A/6

Date: March 31st 1944 - March 31st 1944

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