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  • 28 April 2020
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Reading about the Nazi occupation of Jersey during the Second World War you uickly realise what a relatively cushty time the members of the occupying forces had when compared to the experiences of their comrades in mainland Europe While thousands of men were being butchered as far away as Russia and the Middle East on the orders of an insane dictator the troops in Jersey had a comparatively peaceful and benign job watching over a bunch of uite poor and fairly cooperative islanders making sure they stayed in line and followed the Fuhrer s many rules Of course for the people of Jersey the war was no fun at all In many ways the occupation was tedious and frustrating that it was terrifying There was the constant scrambler for basic foodstuffs and other essentials and no matter how much food could be procured both the children and the adults were always hungry Then there was the mindless slew of mind numbingly petty regulations No than one dog per household no radios no cycling two abreast This kind of fidgety and small minded mentality was authoritarianism in its most dreadful state The locals would have done to defy their unwanted German guests had the punishments for dissent not been so severe In August of 1941 one man was executed in the centre of St Helier for the crime of attempting to send a carrier pigeon off to EnglandLike most of the people who had lived through this kind of experience John Lewis thought of the war with Germany as merely an inconvenience until the day it took over his life In 1939 the young doctor was a partner in a newly established practise in Jersey s largest town while his wife Ann was heavily pregnant with their first child The couple decided to leave at the end of June 1940 just a few hours before the first German soldiers landed While his wife stayed in Cardiff to give birth to their son Lewis returned to Jersey after his partner at the clinic packed his bags and fled to England without any warning The dutiful doctor stayed in a large house in Bath Street in St Helier believing he d only be stranded on the island for a few months He did not see his new born son until the time of the boy s fifth birthday Amusingly enough most of the good doctor s time was consumed by dealing with the conseuences of the obscene amount of Allied Axis boking that went on during the occupation Within nine months of the soldiers settling down little half German babies were arriving out of wombs everywhere Many of the women that had flirted and later fornicated with the soldiers were shunned by most of the islanders Jerry Bags as they were known such as the bewitching Ginger Lou pranced about St Helier believing they too were part of some sort of master race although these women would uickly go into hiding when the liberators finally came And although Ginger Lou and others like her did their fair share in spreading plenty of STIs around the place Jersey was to have troubled with TB hepatitis chronic diarrhoea and even scurvy The doctor was often faced with the difficult choice of allowing these diseases to take victims or to encourage his inflicted patients to fight knowing what was rest of their lives would be pretty damn miserable Yet spirits were never completely broken This was Britain remember or at least a British dependency and Lewis has managed to captured some of the grit and cautious optimism that kept the wretched islanders going through those five long years This was a war that turned normal lives into remarkable ones Lewis himself developed many fantastic skills Not only did he learn how to acuire alcohol tobacco soap food and other essentials but also how to produce these items himself Meanwhile neighbours of his took in an emaciated young Russian soldier after he escaped from a German camp carefully nursing him back to health and teaching him English until eventually Serge became a fully assimilated member of the island population Serge s story is one of the most remarkable in the book he joined the Russian army when he was just a boy was captured by the Germans during the war and then escaped For most people the 1945 liberation would be the day their troubles ended but like many other Russians Serge found himself being dragged unwillingly back to the USSR to be brainwashed into submission by yet another tyranny Serge escaped from there too but Lewis later says that in an attempt to flee to Canada the remarkable young man was almost certainly hunted down and killed In the final year of the war things became just as grim for the soldiers as it had previously been for the islanders Food was now virtually non existent while news from the continent about depressed the Germans so much that they barely bothered with the occupation any not that this helped much By the last winter of the conflict locals were reduced to what had previously been their pets In the June of 1944 Lewis reports that he was awoken in the middle of the night by a terrific thunderstorm of planes soaring overhead The D Day landings were good news for almost everyone on the Allied side except the people of Jersey who were left with a near crushing feeling of anti climax when the liberators passed them by unacknowledged But when freedom did come a year later the mood could not have been brighter Lewis s account of the months leading up to VE Day is genuinely uplifting to read The final chapter describes the doctor s attempts to renovate an old farm in the middle of the island and convert it into an appropriate home for his family He had children with Ann although his eldest son died tragically at the age of 18 The book was published in 1980 and according to John Nettles the island s most famous son Lewis was still alive and well when Nettles met him ten years later He may have since died but even if he has the book remains an incredibly stirring and well written account of what is surely the most tumultuous moment in Jersey s long history I Love to Bake called physicians and they Prelude One can 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