Jersey Heritage Resistance Trails (self-guided)

St. Helier
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About

During the German Occupation of Jersey from 1st July 1940 to 9th May 1945, the civilian population of 41,000 lived under the overwhelming presence of 11,000 German troops and whilst large-scale organised resistance activity was not possible, acts of dissent and disobedience were undertaken by many Islanders at great risk to themselves.  Discover sites of civilian wartime protest and defiance using the Resistance Trail Guide and a series of short films produced by Jersey Heritage. 

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Family
Heritage and Culture
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Location

Various locations across the island.  This series of short films will introduce you to a selection of important sites. Please view them in conjunction with the Resistance Trail walking guide which can be collected from any Jersey Heritage or download. 

Address

The Weighbridge
Jersey
JE2 3NG
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