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Thousands of post WW2 documents released

Posted Fri 3rd November 2017 at 11:22

Thousands of post WW2 declassified papers that make mention of Alderney have been sent to the States for analysis.

The documents were despatched following a Freedom of Information request to the Government as part of the Brexit study last year.

They were Government papers dating from the aftermath of the war that were declassified at the start of this year and are now held at Kew.

Disappointingly, they shed no more light on major issues such as prisoner of war deaths. Not included is the M19 report, said to include containing contemporary accounts of German activities on Alderney during the war.

The restriction of the M19 report is to come under review in January 2018 when 70 years of embargo ends.

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