Nos Iles

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Nos Iles - front cover

Nos Iles - A Symposium on the Channel Islands was published in 1944 by the Channel Islands Study Group, whilst the islands were still under German Occupation. Its aim was to inform a wider audience on the islands, and present some ideas on the challenges facing the Islands following liberation, and how they may be overcome.

Contributors

The introduction lists those who contributed to the publication, with the exception of "...a number of collaborators who wish to remain anonymous". These are listed in the table below, with brief details of the islands they represented, and short biographical notes.

This list is incomplete - if you have any further details on any of these contributors, please post details here or on the discussion tab.

Contributor Life Island Notes
Major-General Sir Donald Banks KCB DSO MC TD (1891-1975) Guernsey founder and first Chairman of the Guernsey Society
W Bedelle-Aubin Jersey prominent musician
Laurence Adolphus Bisson MA, Docteur de l'Université de Bordeaux (1895-1965) Jersey French scholar, wrote the chapter on Education
Air Commodore H Le M Brock CB DSO (1889-1964) Guernsey Deputy Commandant of Royal Observer Corps, distinguished World War I pilot, founder and first Secretary of the Guernsey Society
W E Coles (?-1946) Guernsey Member of the Guernsey Society
Major John Sydney Crill (?-1944) Jersey brother of Peter Crill, Bailiff of Jersey
Philip M de Veulle Jersey Secretary of the Jersey Society in London
H J Fleure DSc MA FRS FSA (1877-1969) Guernsey Professor of Geography, Manchester University, founder member of the Guernsey Society
Arthur B Grayson Jersey prominent 1930s architect, including West Park Pavilion
Edward Hyman Jersey Trade Unionist, Channel Islands representative of TGWU
Cyril Le Marquand (1901-1980) Jersey founder of the Jersey Progressive Party
John Le Patourel MA MPhil (1909-1981) Guernsey Reader in History at University College, London, authority on Medieval History, founder member of the Guernsey Society
D'Arcy George Le Tissier (1906 - 1978) Guernsey Horticulturalist, President of the Guernsey Growers Association (1958), founder member of the Tomato Marketing Board (1952), Jurat
Harold M Lucas (1901-?) Guernsey contributor to the chapter on Tourism
Albert Messervy Jersey Veterinary Surgeon
Arthur Ernest Mourant Jersey Geologist, archaeologist and world authority on blood groups, Chairman of the Jersey Society in London
Major G Rice Jersey
Charles Patrick Rumfitt Jersey Founder member of Jersey Progressive Party, returned to Jersey following World War II, Deputy 1945
W F Svret MA Jersey
J P Warren BSc FRGS (1888-1972) Guernsey Schoolmaster, States Intermediate School, and leading member of La Société Guernesiaise
Executive Staff of the Alderney Relief Committee Alderney

Contents

  • Introduction
  • I - A Survey
  • II - The Political Development of the Channel Islands
  • III - Co-operation between the Islands
  • IV - Agriculture
  • V - Trade and Finance
  • VI - The Tourist Industry
  • VII - Town and Country Planning
  • VIII - Land Utilisation
  • IX - Education
  • X - Labour Conditions and Social Services
  • XI - Music
  • XII - Alderney
  • XIII - Sark
  • XIV - Democracy in the Channel Islands
  • Conclusion
  • Statistics
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