Channel Islands

The Channel Islands are a British Dependency off of the coast of Normandy. There is evidence that the islands have been populated by humans for over 25,000 years.

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What is the capital of Guernsey?

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The capital of Guernsey is St Peter Port which is on the east side of the island, facing the island of Herm.
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Near what continent is Catalina island located?

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Catalina is 26 miles south of Los Angeles. Nice place.
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Is Jersey in the UK?

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Jersey is a separate possession of the Crown and is not part of the United Kingdom. NO. Jersey is a 'British crown dependency' and does not form part of the UK. Jersey is not in the EU.
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What types of abalone found in the Channel Islands?

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The Ormer Type your answer here...
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Why did the Germans invade the Channel islands?

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They were British, they were handy to exploit, they could be used as bases for their E-Boats and they certainly didn't want the British operating from them.
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Where is Guernsey?

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Guernsey is one of the channel islands situated in between England & France.
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Do you need a passport to go to the Channel Islands from England?

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Yes have always needed it for travel between C.I. and England. Born in Jersey, and it has recently been confirmed that a passport is a must.
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What happened to the Jews from the Channel Islands?

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they were sent to consentration camps. but there were only a few living there.
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What warms the Channel Island between England and France?

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The Channel is shallow compared with open seas. Warm currents are flowing from the South around the Bay of Biscay and up into the Channel.
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Is Jersey in the Channel Islands in the European Union?

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No. "Jersey has a special relationship with the European Union (EU). In simple terms, the Island is treated as part of the European Community for the purposes of free trade in goods, but otherwise is not a part of the EU."
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What are the names of all the Channel Islands?

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Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou, Brecghou and Lihou.
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What country is Guernsey a part of?

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Guernsey, along with the other Channel Islands, Jersey, Alderney and Sark, are independently governed islands but are affiliated to the United Kingdom as British dependencies. The UK is responsible for their defence and foreign affairs.
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Is it safe in channel island?

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Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
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What is the small island north of Sark?

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Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it. Herm is northwest of Sark, very close to it.
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Is Guernsey in Europe?

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Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands.
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What Channel Islands that issue Postage Stamps?

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The Isle of Mann and the Isle of Jersey and the Isle of Guernsey issue postage stamps.
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Where is Jersey?

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It is a British crown dependency that is directly south of Dorchester, England. It is just a few miles east of Coutances in Normandy, France.
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What country is Guernsey in?

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Guernsey, a dependency (possession) of the British Crown, is not "in" any country -- other than itself. Defence of the Bailiwick of Guernsey (to give the territory its full title) is the responsibility of the United Kingdom. However, Guernsey is not itself a part of the United Kingdom. It lies within the Common Travel Area of the British Isles but, unlike the United Kingdom and Ireland, Guernsey is not a member of the European Union (EU). Nevertheless it has a special relationship with the EU, being treated as part of the Union for the purposes of the free market in goods.
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Do you need any documents to visit Jersey channel islands?

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if you are part of the UK you do not need a passport but if you are from mainland eu and any other country yes you do
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Second largest channel island?

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Guernsey is the second largest of the Channels Islands, at about 78 square kilometres or 30 square miles.

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