Norman Le Brocq (1922-1996) talking about joinining the Jersey Communist Party in 1941 and communists' role in resistance activity during the German Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands in the Second World War. He talks particuarly about helping slave workers from Spain, Ukraine and elsewhere who escaped from labour camps on the island; about establishing links with Spanish Communists who had been brought to the island as enforced labour; and about supporting plans being developed by some German soldiers to stage a mutiny.
Mr Le Brocq was talking in Jersey in June 1992 to Claire Bolderson of the BBC World Service.
After the war, Norman Le Brocq wrote a pamphlet Jersey Looks Forward outlining his vision for the island's future.
The introduction was provided by Harry Pollitt, general secretary of the Communist Party of Great Britain.