Defence of Jersey

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Defence of Jersey. A French force of 1,000 men landed on the east coast of Jersey in 1781. The battle that followed led to the French being routed in the Royal Square at St Helier. Top right inset: St Quen's, the senior manor house on Jersey. Original artwork for illustration on pp22–23 of Look and Learn issue no 954 (3 May 1980).

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