14th June 1944
A Belgian airman is killed over Jersey
St Ouen’s Rue Henri Gonay was given its name in June 2014 in honour of a highly decorated Belgian airman who died when his plane crashed in Jersey. He had been flying as part of the Royal Air Force, as commander of No 263 Squadron. He was 29.
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Other events that occured in June
Sure is founded as the States Telephone Department
- The States Telephone Department was founded in Guernsey but later provided telephony services on the neighbouring island of Jersey, too.
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