15 June 1915

15 June 1915 -›

Published: 15/06/2015

The Jersey Branch of the British Red Cross has asked for the Lieutenant Governor’s support in gaining formal recognition for its activities....

8 June 1915

8 June 1915 -›

Published: 08/06/2015

Animosity towards the Britain’s German community remains high following the sinking of the Lusitania in May. ...

1 June 1915

1 June 1915 -›

Published: 01/06/2015

News that the first load of potatoes has passed over the ‘Bridge’ bound for the UK shows that this year’s export season is getting underway as usual....

25 May 1915

25 May 1915 -›

Published: 25/05/2015

While German submarines may not have had any success sinking vessels in Channel Islands’ waters to date, their activities are affecting some Jersey companies....

18 May 1915

18 May 1915 -›

Published: 18/05/2015

There has been urgent attention given to the matter of how best to process Breton workers now starting to arrive for the potato harvest....

11 May 1915

11 May 1915 -›

Published: 11/05/2015

There has been local outrage following news that a German submarine sunk the RMS Lusitania off the southern coast of Ireland....

4 May 1915

4 May 1915 -›

Published: 04/05/2015

The newly arrived enemy prisoners continue to attract considerable local interest. As a result, curious Islanders have been approaching the POW camp in St Ouen’s Bay....

27 April 1915

27 April 1915 -›

Published: 27/04/2015

A shortage of accommodation at the start of the war led to the Militia’s 3rd (Town) Battalion using temporary barracks established at the Canning Factory on Millard’s Corner. This week the militiamen ...

20 April 1915

20 April 1915 -›

Published: 20/04/2015

The Royal Court sat this week to hear another case of infringement of the Defence of the Realm Act, or DORA. On this occasion it related to the possession of equipment capable of sending or receiving ...

13 April 1915

13 April 1915 -›

Published: 13/04/2015

In a recent speech, the Dean of Jersey said that he believed Islanders should follow the example of the King and give up alcohol for the duration of the war....

6 April 1915

6 April 1915 -›

Published: 06/04/2015

Since the start of the war, the laws and regulations prohibiting trading with the enemy have progressively tightened. These have made it a serious offence to buy goods from or sell goods to German, Au...

30 March 1915

30 March 1915 -›

Published: 30/03/2015

December’s naval bombardment of Britain’s east coast both shocked and served to remind Islanders how swiftly the war can reach out to strike formerly peaceful communities....

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