The files contain details of the sentences and prosecutions made by the Field Command Troop Courts between 1940 and 1945.
Although the files have been available on request to authors, academics and relatives of those tried by the Germans, all the documents will now be available at the Jersey Archive to anyone who wants to study them.
Occupation historian Joe Mière, who was imprisoned by the Germans, has for years wanted the public to have access to the files.
He described the Jersey Heritage Trust’s announcement as ‘wonderful news’.
Included in the files are cases against Islanders whose names have become synonymous with the Occupation – such as Canon Clifford Cohu and Louisa Gould, both of whom died in German camps.
Canon Cohu was tried and convicted for ‘disseminating anti-German news’ and Mrs Gould for harbouring an escaped Russian slave worker.