WHAT HAPPENED IN SARK? A REPORT FROM DECEMBER 1944.

I will be writing a couple of blogs around life in Sark during the Second World War but I thought this account of life in Sark may be of interest.

It features in the December 1944 Channel Islands Monthly Review and is possibly the first news from Sark other than the Commando raids and a brief letter that found its way to England in 1941 (see below).

Written by Miss Jehanne Beaumont, Daughter of La Dame de Serk. It covers the period up to Jehanne’s deportation in 1943. The photo at the top of the blog is Jehanne Beaumont from an article in the Tatler in 1929.

Belfast News-Letter – Wednesday 21 May 1941

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