Living with the Enemy
The story of what really happened in the only part of the British Isles to be occupied by the German forces during World War II.
The German Occupation of the Channel Islands showed to the world that Hitler had broken through a tiny frontier of Britain and stationed German troops on British soil for the first time.
Living With The Enemy tells the amazing true story of life in the Islands during 1940 to1945 under Nazi rule. With eyewitness accounts by the people who lived through it draws on first hand experiences and includes a superb collection of over 125 original war time photographs,
This will give you an accurate insight into this ill-assorted community at war and portrays how it felt to be living in the shadow of a foreign power: a sample of what the United Kingdom would have experienced should it have fallen.
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The book is 224 pages and includes over 125 original war time photographs of the Islands under Nazi rule and has a foreword by international best seller Jack Higgins.
The CD has an historical narrative of that time by Roy McLoughlin and is punctuated with interviews and recollections of the people who lived through it to form a truly accurate insight into this ill-assorted community at war. A sample of what the United Kingdom would have experienced should it have fallen.
The DVD - In 2005 Julie Daly-Wallman produced the Living with the Enemy documentary. It is the true and personal story of the Occupation of Jersey. Inspired by the book Living With The Enemy and Islanders, this definitive documentary gives a heart-warming and heart-wrenching insight into Island life between 1940 and 1945, as seen through the eyes of the people who endured it.