Guernsey and Alderney
Escapee Denis Vibert report on early months of the Occupation
It is understood that conditions in Guernsey are very similar to that of Jersey. They have larger supplies of fuel, but there has been no tea for about six months. Salt has been obtained from sea-water and a supply has once been sent to Jersey. The Island is very heavily fortified.
Two hundred Guernsey workmen have gone to Alderney to grow wheat. This island is said to be the most heavily fortified.