Islanders in Jersey are now able to learn about some of the tales on their street during the Occupation.
The 'What's Your Street's Occupation Story?' is a series of talks being held at the Jersey Archive. It is part of the island's 75th anniversary celebrations of Liberation.
The talks are starting today (Saturday 18 January) and will feature first-hand stories from those who lived through the Occupation.
The discussions will also look at accounts from the newly-opened Political Prisoner's Registers and memories relating to specific areas of Jersey.
Today's talk is being led by the Archives and Collections Director, Linda Romeril. It will be followed by special guest speakers across the year, including Mark Lamerton a Liberation expert and Paul Burnal of the Channel Islands Occupation Society.