The Review

The Society publishes a magazine, The Review, three times a year. Each edition contains a selection of articles relating to Guernsey current affairs & history, as well as book reviews, regular articles on news & events from Guernsey, details of forthcoming meetings and other Society news.

Contents of Current edition of The Review

Review Winter 2020

Winter 2020

  • Letter from the Chairman by Keith Le Page
  • Editorial by Stephen Foote
  • Society Notices
    • Membership
    • Forthcoming Meetings
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Obituaries
  • Cameron Daddo’s Guernsey Roots by Susan Ilie
  • Education and Pedagogy of Marine Zoologist and Geographer Prof Herbert Fleure by Kazuhito Kawashima
  • Guernsey holds first Island-Wide Election by Maisie Foote
  • An Emotional Severance by Diana Nicole
  • Guernsey Around the World: Mount Guernsey, Antarctica by Stephen Foote
  • Book Reviews:
    • Occupation to Liberation 1940-45 by Jason Monaghan
    • Directory of Huguenot Refugees on the Channel Islands 1548-1825 edited by Robert Nash
    • Victor Hugo’s Statue in Candie Gardens by Gérard Pouchain
    • Nazi Prisons in the British Isles by Gilly Carr
  • Island News by Michael Paul

Contents of Previous Editions 1945-present

For details of contents of previous editions of the Review – see Index of Articles.

Copies of individual articles which have appeared in the Review between 1946 – present can now be purchased online, and delivered by email – see Order Articles.

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