9 November 1915

9 November 1915 -›

Published: 09/11/2015

News that Germany is presently suffering severe winter conditions is partly behind plans to start a scheme for sending food and comforts to Jersey prisoners of war....

2 November 1915

2 November 1915 -›

Published: 02/11/2015

The Attorney General has been outlining the impact of a new Defence of the Realm (DORA) regulation this week that relates to the printing, sale and distribution of picture postcards. ...

26 October 1915

26 October 1915 -›

Published: 26/10/2015

Since the start of the war, St Helier’s Military Vingteniers have been more or less fully employed monitoring outgoing passenger boats for any militiamen trying to evade their duty. ...

19 October 1915

19 October 1915 -›

Published: 19/10/2015

A summary report from the Jersey Branch of the British Red Cross published this week has highlighted the organisation’s present wide range of activities and achievements....

12 October 1915

12 October 1915 -›

Published: 12/10/2015

With local mills unable to produce flour of the quality needed for bread, Jersey is wholly reliant on imported supplies to guarantee this most essential food item remains locally available. ...

5 October 1915

5 October 1915 -›

Published: 05/10/2015

Grand recruiting rallies have been taking place this week. Organised by the Lieutenant Governor and supported by the States, their aim is encouraging militiamen to volunteer for overseas service....

28 September 1915

28 September 1915 -›

Published: 28/09/2015

News reached Jersey this week of the death of Kenneth Strickland Dunlop, the youngest son of Dr and Mrs Dunlop. Tragically, Kenneth is the third son that they have lost in action since the war began....

21 September 1915

21 September 1915 -›

Published: 21/09/2015

The Lieutenant Governor, General Rochfort, is considering further restrictions on public lighting. ...

14 September 1915

14 September 1915 -›

Published: 14/09/2015

A vivid reminder of the war is the growing number of bodies washing up on Jersey’s beaches or recovered from local waters. ...

7 September 1915

7 September 1915 -›

Published: 07/09/2015

From letters received this week, it’s apparent that the Jersey Contingent has recently left Ireland and moved to England for further training. ...

31 August 1915

31 August 1915 -›

Published: 31/08/2015

There are continued suspicions that unknown people in Jersey are using lights to signal enemy ships off the coast....

24 August 1915

24 August 1915 -›

Published: 24/08/2015

While Islanders may have become used to the sight of military funerals, one held in St Peter this week attracted special attention....


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