Since its foundation in 1943, the Guernsey Society has published a number of books. Although now out of print, many of them can be found through abebooks.co.uk.
Published by Thomas De La Rue for the Guernsey Society in 1963, this book
outlines the development of farmhouses in Guernsey, packed with
plenty of example with details of their history, plans and photographs.
For more details see The Guernsey Farmhouse on Donkipedia.
(The Guernsey Society, London 1946)
“… The Society is publishing a book by Mr Ralph Durand entitled Guernsey Under German Rule. The Hon Secretary, who has read the manuscript, strongly recommends it to the notice of members… The book was written in response to a request made by the Bailiff in the early days of the German occupation. Mr Durand describes many aspects of the occupation in a most interesting way, and, though not free of criticism, he seems to have maintained a very fair balance in his judgement of events”.
Bulletin of the Guernsey Society, January 1946.
(Guernsey Society 1966)
An introduction to those features of life in Guernsey which are characteristic of the Island. Drawn from a selection of articles that have appeared in the Review of the Guernsey Society, where necessary brought up-to-date.
(Cambridge University Press for the Guernsey Society, 1949)