During the German Occupation of the Channel Islands many islanders were deported, some to concentration camps and prisons, where a number died through the mistreatment they received.
The Occupation Memorial website is an educational resource providing information related to the victims of this period and to record the efforts of those who came to their aid.
It is also the primary resource for Jersey's annual Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration.
The website also includes an extensive Occupation photographic archive.
This highly useful online resource includes personal accounts from the German Occupation.
Night and Fog by Peter Hassall. Peter Hassall's autobiography which chronicles an escape attempt during the Occupation.
The Ultimate Sacrifice by Paul Sanders. The story of 20 Jersey men and women who died in prisons and concentration camps during the German Occupation of Jersey.
'The Jews in the Channel Islands during the German Occupation by Frederick Cohen. A book relating to the experience of Jews in the Channel Islands during the Occupation.
Gordon Prigent's Testimony. Mr Prigent speaks about his experience of forced labour during the Occupation of the Channel Islands.
Reuven Freidman's Testimony. Mr Friedman talks about his experience as a French Jew taken to an Alderney slave labour camp.
Vasily Marempolsky's Testimony. Mr Marempolsky talks about his time as a slave worker constructing Jersey's Underground Hospital.
Francisco Font's Testimony. Mr Font, a Spanish Republican, talks about his experiences of forced labour in the Channel Islands.
Righteous Among the Nations by Albert Gustave Bedane 1893 - 1980. Details of Mr Bedane's life and efforts to aid Russian Slave workers during the Second World War.