What better way of remembering Guernsey’s Liberation Day than by buying the book that tells the story of those occupation years through the eyes of the wartime ambulance service.
Written by the son of the founder of the St John Ambulance & Rescue Service, this is a unique insight into the survival of Guernsey’s small ambulance service, which never failed to respond during those difficult years, when the Channel Islands were the only part of the British Isles occupied by enemy forces.
The book is available from www.guernseysoccupationambulanceservice.org or many local outlets including:
The Guernsey Press
The Guernsey Museum
The Occupation Museum, Forest.
St Peter’s Post Office
Tozer’s newsagents on St Sampson’s Bridge