At Midday an overjoyed Bailiff Coutanche accompanied a German delegation led by the Island Commander, Generalmajor Rudolf Wulf, aboard HMS Beagle anchored in St Aubin’s bay, where the separate surrender of Jersey was to take place. Arriving at the same time in St Helier’s harbour was a small naval inspection party sent to report on the health of the Islanders, who were promptly overwhelmed by an enthusiastic crowd delighted at seeing their first liberators landing on Jersey soil. About half way down this web page, between the first two photos in the text: http://jersey.com/English/discoverjersey/occupationtoliberation/liberationday/Pages/default.aspx I think Rudolf Wulf was held until 1948 then released back to Germany and died in November 1972 Hope that helps. Obviously you have been very determined (dogged- wolf!) in your research and congratulations. It's heart warming to realise what emotions you have brought back in tracing the memory of these men. EDIT: Found a bit more about them being taken to Plymouth and on to PoW Camp in Wales.... Axis History Forum • View topic - Fate of German Command - Channel Islands hopefully you'll be able to tell Reta about how her part fitted in!