The Winter Review is out now


The Winter edition of The Review is on its way to members.

This edition contains articles about Australian celebrity Cameron Daddo’s visit to Guernsey to discover his Guernsey roots as part of the latest series of the Australian “Who Do You Think You Are”, Japanese professor Kazuhito Kawashima examines the influence Guernseyman Prof Herbert Fleure had on the study of Geography and Marine Zoology. To mark the end of the year where we celebrated the 75th Anniversary of Liberation, Diana Nicole relates her experiences of evacuation and the challenges of reuniting families after liberation. Bringing things right up to date, Maisie Foote reports on the first Island-Wide Election which took place in October 2020.

“Guernsey Around the World” article follows French explorer Jean Baptiste Charcot to Antarctica to discover a mountain he named after Guernsey during his 1909 expedition.

The usual features including book reviews, a round-up of local news and the latest plans for Society meetings are also included.

Those who have signed up for electronic copies can download them now from The Review page.

The Review is sent to free to members three times a year.