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File Title Ministry of Defence and Cabinet Office: Central Intelligence Machinery: Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee Later Committee: Minutes (JIC Series). Joint Intelligence Committee. Meetings 1 (0)-62(0)
Reference CAB 159/3
Date 1 January 1948 - 30 June 1948
Government Department Cabinet Office
File Accession Date 1994

Description

A volume of meeting minutes of the Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC). The JIC was formed of representatives from the intelligence services, the armed services, and the Foreign Office. Its purpose was to assess military, security, and foreign policy requirements and coordinate Britain's intelligence organisations accordingly. The JIC members discussed a vast range of international and domestic issues in their meetings. In this file, subjects documented include assessments of the military strength and future policy of the Soviet Union; the sharing of intelligence with the United States of America, India, Pakistan, and Burma; control of important natural resources such as oil and uranium; arrangements for the reception and interrogation of Eastern Bloc defectors; the organisation of a Western European defensive union; security, censorship, and the release of classified information to the public; weapons testing and development; and intelligence organisation and gathering in Europe and the Middle East.

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i Front Cover Download PDF (483 KB)
ii Table of Contents Download PDF (10.66 MB)
1st 1. Certain Trials at Sea - Security; 2. Lecture on Tactical Deception - Joint Services Staff College; 3. Arab Reactions to the Decision to Partition Palestine; 4. Future Intelligence Appreciations; 5. Review of Intelligence Organisations - 1947; 6. Air Photography of the Baro Salient - Sudan; 7. Publication of a Certain Report; 8. Handling of Certain Illegal Jewish Immigrants in Cyprus; 9. Procedure for Handling Certain Foreign Nationals 2 January 1948 Download PDF (6.97 MB)
2nd 1. Organisation of Intelligence in the Middle East; 2. Functions of Military Attache, Beirut; 3. Possibility of War Before 1956 7 January 1948 Download PDF (5.75 MB)
3rd 1. Clearance of Foreign Photo-cover to Non-service Demanders; 2. Control of the Distribution of Air Photographs; 3. Joint Intelligence Delegation to Germany; 4. Preparation of Urgent J.I.C. Papers; 5. Beach Reconnaissance in the Middle East; 6. Gratuities to Service Interpreters; 7. Functions of Military Attache, Beirut; 8. Technical Assistance to Sweden; 9. Defence of the United Kingdom - Appreciation for the Home Defence Committee; 10. Departure of Brigadier C.E.R. Hirsch; 11. American Intelligence Appreciations 9 January 1948 Download PDF (5.34 MB)
4th 1. Director of Military Intelligence; 2. Certain Short Term Intentions in Palestine; 3. Security in France, Belgium and Holland; 4. Procedure for Handling Certain Foreign Nationals; 5. Review of Intelligence Organisation 1947 - Chairman of the Joint Scientific Intelligence Committee; 6. Dates for Future Planning and Intelligence Studies 14 January 1948 Download PDF (8.11 MB)
5th 1. Disclosure of Classified Information to India, Pakistan and Burma; 2. Exchange of Information with Burma; 3. Security of Confidential Contracts Issued by the Ministry of Supply; 4. Employment of German Scientists and Technician by Nations Other than U.S. Or Br.Com.W.Th; 5. Foreign Office Posts at Tonsberg and Kristiansand; 6. Strength of Certain Armed Forces; 7. Passing of J.I.C Reports to the U.S.A and Commonwealth Countries 16 January 1948 Download PDF (6.44 MB)
6th 1. Future Intelligence Appreciations; 2. Possibility of War Before 1956; 3. Dates for Future Planning and Intelligence Studies 21 January 1948 Download PDF (5.05 MB)
7th 1. Functions of Military Attache in Beirut; 2. Review of Attache Posts; 3. Illegal Jewish Immigrants from Pan York and Pan Crescent; 4. Secretary for the Joint Intelligence Committee, Far East; 5. Foreign Office Monthly Summary; 6. Former India Office Library; 7. Disclosure of Information by India and Pakistan to Other Nations 23 January 1948 Download PDF (4.50 MB)
8th 1. Soviet Interests, Intentions and Capabilities; 2. Scale and Direction of Attack on the Middle East by Enemy Forces; 3. Increase of the Likelyhood of a Major War; 4. Publication of Information of Soviet Deficiencies; 5. American Supplies of Oil Fuels; 6. Future Defence Discussions; 7. Certain Resources in Africa 28 January 1948 Download PDF (6.91 MB)
9th 1. Disclosure of Information to India and Pakistan; 2. British Service Attaches in Moscow; 3. Resricted Navy, Army and Air Force Lists - Distibution to Non Service British Users 30 January 1948 Download PDF (5.33 MB)
10th 1. Chairman for the Joint Scientific Intelligence Committee; 2. Intelligence on Biological Warfare; 3. Certain Short Term Intentions in Greece; 4. Scale and Direction of Attack on the Middle East by Enemy Forces; 5. Railways in Western Europe; 6. Defence Discussions - Middle East; 7. Situation Regarding Palestine - Periodical Reports 4 February 1948 Download PDF (4.47 MB)
11th 1. Disclosure of Information to India and Pakistan; 2. Disclosure of Information by India and Pakistan to Other Nations; 3. British Service Missions - Passing of Information of Intelligence Interest; 4. Restricted Army, Navy and Air Force Lists; 5. British Service Attaches in Moscow; 6. Passing of Information to Scientific Bodies; 7. Coastal Surveys - Middle East; 8. J.I.B Establishmnts - Singapore; 9. Secretary for the Joint Intelligence Committee, Far East; 10. Guidance for Historians 6 February 1948 Download PDF (7.21 MB)
12th 1. Forecast of the World Situation in 1957; 2. British Service Attaches in Moscow; 3. Review of Intelligence Organisation in the Middle East; 4. Short Term Intentions of the Soviet Union in Palestine; 5. Social Relations with Soviet Representatives in London; 6. Status of the Chairman of J.I.C 11 February 1948 Download PDF (7.65 MB)
13th 1. Disclosure of Information to India and Pakistan; 2. Disclosure of Information by India and Pakistan to Other Nations; 3. Liason Between the East Indies Fleet and the Royal Indian and Pakistan Navies; 4. Charter for J.I.B; 5. Employment of Allied Nationals for Censorship Duties in Germany; 6. Employment of Aliens on Defence Work; 7. British Service Attaches in Moscow; 8. Duties of Military Observers; 9. Circulation of J.I.C Memorandum and Minutes; 10. Secretary for the Joint Intelligence Committee, Far East 13 February 1948 Download PDF (6.09 MB)
14th 1. Review of J.I.C Organisation and Procedure 18 February 1948 Download PDF (1.94 MB)
15th 1. Circulation of J.I.C. Papers; 2. Priorities of Tasks for the Collection of Intelligence Information from Germany; 3. Honary Membership of the Royal United Services Institution for Foreign Attaches; 4. Intelligence Exploitation - Professor Steinmann; 5. China - Military Situation; 6. Review of J.I.C. Organisation and Procedure - Secretariat; 7. Instructions for British Officers in the Employment of the Governments of India and Pakistan; 8. Illegal Jewish Immigrants from Pan York and Pan Crescent; 9. 20 February 1948 Download PDF (7.70 MB)
16th 1. Sigint Intelligence Requirements - 1948; 2. Procedure for Disposal of Certain Foreign Nationals; 3. Publicity Regarding Disposal of Certain Foreign Nationals; 4. Review of J.I.C Organisation and Procedure; 5. Visit of the Chief Scientist, Ministry of Supply, to Australia; 6. Meetings of the Joint Intelligence Committee; 7. Liaison with the Foreign Office Information Research Department; 8. Security Implications of Collaboration with France; 9. Foreign Office Requirements from S.I.S. 1948; 10. Air Survey of Turkey 25 February 1948 Download PDF (8.64 MB)
17th 1. Disclosure of Information to India and Pakistan; 2. Instructions for the Use of "guard"; 3. Sale of Aircraft to Finland; 4. Scandinavian Defence Policy; 5. Service Attaches - Scandinavia; 6. Coastal Surveys - Middle East; 7. Use of Output from the B.B.C. Monitoring Service; 8. Penicillin Plant 27 February 1948 Download PDF (6.94 MB)
18th 1. Intelligence on Biological Warfare; 2. Charter for the Joint Intelligence Bureau; 3. Penicillin Plant; 4. Facilities for Instructions in Slavonic Languages at the Universities; 5. Intelligence from South West Persian Oilfields Area; 6. R.A.F. - U.S.A.F. Exchange Officers Scheme; 7. Policy for the Disclosure of Classified Information to Foreign Nations; 8. 3 March 1948 Download PDF (6.92 MB)
19th 1. Sales of Penicillin Plant; 2. Minutes by the Director of Naval Intelligence; 3. Basic Assumptions for Planning; 4. Defence Discussions 5 March 1948 Download PDF (10.42 MB)
20th 1. Disclosure of Information to Burma; 2. Marking of Documents Containing Information of U.S. Origin; 3. Publication of Service Statistics; 4. Provision of Intelligence on the South West Persian Oilfields Area; 5. Invitations to the Air Display at Farnborough; 6. Visits by Russian Military Attaches to Military Establishments; 7. Coastal Surveys - Middle East; 8. Intelligence Exploitation - Professor Steinmann; 9. Security of Official Maps, Charts and Plans; 10. Skoda Armament Works; 11. Future Meetings of the Deputy Directors; 12. Department of Colonel Quill 10 March 1948 Download PDF (5.56 MB)
21st 1. Security Aspects of Possible Staff Talks with France and the Benelux Countries; 2. Publication of Service Statistics; 3. Facilites for Instruction in the Slavonic Languages at the Universities; 4. Secretary for the Joint Intelligence Committee, Far East 11 March 1948 Download PDF (3.32 MB)
22nd 1. Increase in the Likelihood of a Major War after the End of 1956; 2. Soviet Pronouncements as an Indication of Future Intentions; 3. Scandinavian Defence Policy; 4. Security Aspects of Staff Talks with France and the Benelux Countries; 5. Export of Arms and Military Equipment to Foreign Countries 12 March 1948 Download PDF (3.84 MB)
23rd 1. Instructions to British Officers Accepting Employment under the Governments of India and Pakistan; 2. Review of Intelligence Organisations in the Middle East and Far East; 3. Intelligence Exploitation - Professor Steinmann; 4. Spread of Communism in Countries Outside the Soviet Orbit; 5. Sale of Penicillin Plant; 6. Composition and Functions of the Sub-committee on the Exchange of Technical Information; 7. Overture to Overlord 18 March 1948 Download PDF (5.31 MB)
24th 1. Basic Assumptions for Planning; 2. Organisation of Intelligence in Germany; 3. Increase in the Likelihood of a Major War after the End of 1956; 4. Western Union - Stocktaking; 5. Intelligence Lectures for the Imperial Defence College - 1948; 6. Assessments of Efficiency of the Russian Armed Forces; 7. J.I.C. Meetings - Easter Arrangements; 8. Spread of Communism Outside the Soviet Orbit; 9. Security Aspects of Staff Talks with France and the Benelux Countries 19 March 1948 Download PDF (4.37 MB)
25th 1. Appreciations for Planning Discussions; 2. Iraq Command Intelligence Review; 3. Requests for C.I.A. Publications; 4. Intelligence from Palestine after Termination of the Mandate; 5. Communist Activity in Cyprus; 6. Accommodation for Beach Reconnaissance Staffs in J.I.B; 7. Export Control of Atomic Energy Equipment 24 March 1950 Download PDF (7.55 MB)
26th 1. Official Histories - References to Classified Documents; 2. Policy for Imposition of Censorship; 3. Organisation of Intelligence in Germany; 4. Security Aspects of Staff Talks with France and the Benelux Countries; 5. Future Defence Research Policy; 6. Disclosure of Secret Information to India 25 March 1948 Download PDF (4.07 MB)
27th 1. Sale of Penicillin Plant; 2. Employment of Aliens on Defence Work; 3. Leakage of Information to the Czechoslovak Embassy; 4. Disclosure of Information Through Civil Publications; 5. Release of Information from Captured Documents; 6.; 7. Publications Regarding the Soviet Army; 8. Security Aspects of Staff Talks with France and the Benelux Countries 1 April 1948 Download PDF (6.21 MB)
28th 1. Interrogation of Certain Foreign Nationals; 2. Basic Assumptions for Planning; 3. Future Strategy - Build up of Enemy Forces. In Europe; 4. Chairman of the Joint Scientific Intelligence Committee; 5. British Service Attaches in Moscow; 6. Publication of Information on Soviet Deficiences; 7. Planning Discussions; 8. Scale and Direction of Attack on the Middle East by Enemy Forces 2 April 1948 Download PDF (6.24 MB)
29th 1. Instructions for the Use of "guard"; 2. Policy Regarding Former Members of the German Armed Forces; 3. Organisation of Intelligence in Germany; 4. Air Cover of India; 5. Compositions and Functions of the Sub-committee on the Exchange of Military Information; 6. German Scientists in Latin America; 7. Release of Information from Captured Documents 7 April 1948 Download PDF (6.46 MB)
30th 1. Middle East Defence Policy - Potentialities and Scale and Direction of Attack - 1950; 2. Basic Assumptions for Planning; 3. Certain Planning Considerations 8 April 1948 Download PDF (8.80 MB)
31st 1. Outline Plan; 2. Procedure for the Handling of a Certain Foreign National; 3. Middle East Defence Policy - Potentialities and Scale and Direction of Attack - 1950; 4. Certain Planning Considerations; 5. Satellite Defectors 9 April 1948 Download PDF (7.06 MB)
32nd 1. Export Control of Atomic Energy Equipment; 2. Political Information on the Balkans; 3. Review of Intelligence Organisation in the Middle East an Ear East; 4. India Office Library and Record Department; 5. Movements of Soviet Troops Outside the U.S.S.R; 6. Characteristics and Psychology of the Russians; 7. Middle East Defence Policy - Potentialities and Scale and Direction of Attack - 1950; 8. Certain Planning Considerations; 9. Priorities of Tasks for the Collection of Intelligence Information from Germany; 10. Intelligence from South West Persian Oilfield Area; 11. Implications of the Return of Former Italian Colonies 14 April 1948 Download PDF (6.74 MB)
33rd 1. Employment of Aliens on Defence Work; 2. Invitations to the Air Display at Farnborough; 3. British Military Mission to the Soviet Zone of Germany 15 April 1948 Download PDF (3.47 MB)
34th 1. Development of Czechoslavakia as a Soviet Military Base; 2. Methods of Interrogation; 3. Intelligence Lectures - Joint Services Staff College; 4. Functions of the Joint Intelligence Committee, Far East; 5.; 6. Middle East Defence Policy - Potentialities and Scale and Direction of Attack - 1950; 7. Air Survey of Turkey 16 April 1948 Download PDF (4.68 MB)
35th 1. Likelyhood of Serious Operations by Greek Guerilla Forces Assisted from the North; 2. Future of the Ex-italian Colonies and the Ogaden; 3. China - Military Situation; 4. Japanese Intelligence Material from Washington; 5. Characteristics and Psychology of the Russians; 6. Intelligence from South West Persian Oilfields; 7. Information from Intercepted Maps 21 April 1948 Download PDF (4.59 MB)
36th 1. Instructions for Handling Certain Information; 2. Service Attaches in Prague - Line of Conduct; 3. Disposal of Redundant Air Photographs; 4. Attendance of Foreign Attaches at the Military Tournament; 5. Policy for the Disclosure of Information to Foreign Nations 22 April 1948 Download PDF (3.57 MB)
37th 1. Forecast of World Situation in 1957; 2. Communist Activity in Cyprus; 3.; 4. Technical Interrogation at Friedland; 5. Security Aspects of Staff Talks with France and the Benelux Countries; 6. Future Soviet Activities; 7. Scientific Representation in Moscow; 8. Meeting of the Deputy Directors 23 April 1948 Download PDF (5.00 MB)
38th 1. Forecast of the World Situation in 1957; 2. Strategic Intentions of a Certain Power; 3. Intelligence Lectures - Joint Services Staff College; 4. Business for Mettings of Deputy Directors; 5. Intelligence Brief for the Head of the British Services Mission to Burma; 6. Photographic Reconnaisance - Balkan Countries; 7. Review of Intelligence Organisations - 1947 28 April 1948 Download PDF (6.70 MB)
39th 1. Publication of the Strengths and Dispositions of the Forces; 2. Security Procedure to Govern Allied Political and Military Talks; 3. Employment of Aliens on Defence Work; 4. Organisation of Intelligence in Germany; 5. Departure of Brigadier Page 29 April 1948 Download PDF (4.34 MB)
40th 1. Certain Planning Considerations; 2. Western Union Stocktaking; 3. Tactical Intelligence Concerning Soviet Military Activities; 4. Handling of Certain. Foreign Nationals; 5. Forecast of the World Situation - 1957 30 April 1948 Download PDF (6.22 MB)
41st 1. Strategic Intentions of a Certain Power; 2. Coastal Survey Requirements - Middle East 5 May 1948 Download PDF (1.91 MB)
42nd 1. Release of Information from Unclassified Captured Documents; 2. Security Procedure to Govern Political and Military Talks; 3. Composition and Functions of the Sub-committee on Exchange of Military Information; 4. Marking of Documents Containing Information of United States Origin; 5. Coastal Surveys - Middle East; 6. Issues of 'd' Notices to the Daily Worker 6 May 1948 Download PDF (4.63 MB)
43rd 1. Meeting with Sir Thomas Elmhirst; 2. Chairman, Joint Scientific and Joint Technical Intelligence Committees; 3. Future of Japan - 1950/56; 4. Strategic Intentions of the Soviet Union; 5. Cooperation in Scientific Intelligence; 6. Collaboration Between the Norwegian and Swedish Governments on Defence Research 7 May 1948 Download PDF (3.29 MB)
44th 1. Protection of British Nationals in Iraq; 2. Palestine in Relation to Emergency Plans; 3. Review of Factors Affecting the Possibility of the Soviet Union Making War; 4. Situation in Burma - March 1948; 5. Photographic Reconnaisance - Balkan Countries; 6. Skoka Armament Works 12 May 1948 Download PDF (4.46 MB)
45th 1. Security of Certain Ranges; 2. Exploitation of Certain Sources of Uranium; 3. Responsibilities for Intelligence on Guided Weapons; 4. Handling of Certain Foreign Nationals; 5. Charter for the Intelligence Division, C.C.G; 6. Procedure for Obtaining Information on Negotiations Between Civil Firms and Aliens 13 May 1948 Download PDF (4.95 MB)
46th 1. British Service Attaches in Moscow; 2. Intelligence on American Countries; 3. Tactical Intelligence Concerning Soviet Military Activities; 4. Handling of Certain Foreign Nationals; 5. Meeting with the Director of Plans; 6. Procedure for Estimating Enemy Military Plans 14 May 1948 Download PDF (5.90 MB)
47th 1. Sigint Intelligence Requirements - 1948; 2. Procedure for Estimating Enemy Military Plans; 3. Indication of Russian Preparedness for War; 4. Visit by a Czech Railway Official 19 May 1948 Download PDF (2.77 MB)
48th 1. Marking of British Classified Documents; 2. Proposed Security Procedure to Govern Allied Political and Military Talks; 3. Employment of Personnel on Cypher Duties; 4. Admission of the Public to Ministry of Supply Research Establishments; 5. Norway - Defence Cooperation; 6. Chairman of the Security Sub-committee; 7. Review of Intelligence Organisations - 1947 20 May 1948 Download PDF (4.65 MB)
49th 1. Middle East Defence Policy - Potentialities and Scale and Direction of Attack - 1956; 2. British Service Attaches in Moscow; 2. Education in the Services; 4. Channels of Responsibility for the Joint Intelligence Committee, Far East; 5. Left Wing, Minority Activities and Russian Penetration in the Middle East; 6. Military Attache- Washington; 7. Departure of vice Admiral Parry 21 May 1948 Download PDF (3.52 MB)
50th 1. Western Union - Stocktaking; 2. Coastal Survey Requirements - Middle East 26 May 1948 Download PDF (1.85 MB)
51st 1. Security Examination of British Information Submitted to the Military Committee Set up under the Brussels Treaty; 2. Admission of the Public to Ministry of Supply Research Establishments; 3. Interpreters for Service Attaches; 4. 'd' Notice - Publication of Information on Orders of Battle; 5. Departure of Colonel Phillips, R.M 27 May 1948 Download PDF (3.17 MB)
52nd 1. Germany - Action Against Western Union; 2. Left Wing Minority Activities and Russian Penetration in the Middle East; 3. Collection of Information in Czechoslovakia; 4. British Service Attaches in Moscow; 5. Restrictions on Foreign Service Attaches; 6. Release of Classified Information in an Official Publication 28 May 1948 Download PDF (2.83 MB)
53rd 1. Procedure for Preparing Estimates Relating to Enemy Plans; 2. Policy Regarding the Encouragement of Defectors; 3. Card Indexing; 4. Photographic Reconnaissance; 5 2 June 1948 Download PDF (2.87 MB)
54th 1. Classification of C.C.S and J.C.S.Papers; 2. Release of Information from Captured Documents; 3. Charter for the Joint Intelligence Committee, Germany; 4. Charter for the Intelligence Division, Control Commission for Germany; 5. Provision of Mobile D/f Equipment; 6. Interpreters for Service Attaches; 7. Restrictions on Foreign Service Attaches; 8. American Requirement for Information on Trinidad; 9. Home Defence Exercise for the Joint Services Staff College; 10. Next Meeting of the Committee 3 June 1948 Download PDF (5.14 MB)
55th 1. Strategic Intentions of the Soviet Union; 2. Assumptions for Planning a Minimum Establishment for the Intelligence Division, Control Commission in Germany; 3. Intelligence on American Countries; 4. Potentialities and Scale and Direction of Attack by Enemy Forces in the Middle East - 1950; 5. Disclosure of Classified Information in an Official Publication 4 June 1948 Download PDF (2.92 MB)
56th 1. Joint Intelligence Committee (Far East) - Subjects for Study; 2. Indications of Enemy Preparedness for War; 3. Priorities of Tasks for Intelligence Information in Germany; 4. Coastal Survey Requirements - Middle East; 5. Recording of Information on Foreign Arms Traffic 9 June 1948 Download PDF (3.12 MB)
57th 1. Marking of British Classified Documents; 2. Publication of the Strengths and Dispositions of the Armed Forces; 3.; 4. J.I.C.'s Abroad - Certain Facilities for Members; 5. Norway-defence Co-operation; 6. Soviet Troops in Roumania and Hungary; 7. Responsibility for Information on Guided Weapons; 8. Traffic in German Scientists with Latin America; 9. Restrictions on Foreign Service Attaches; 10. Interpreters for Service Attaches 10 June 1948 Download PDF (5.33 MB)
58th 1. British Services Attaches in Moscow; 2. Provision to Intelligence Division C.C.G., Of Information Regarding Soviet Intentions; 3. Assumptions for Planning a Minimum Establishment for the Intelligence Division, C.C.G; 4. Strategic Intentions of the Soviet Union; 5. Forecast of the World Situation in 1957; 6. Review of Intelligence Organisation in the Far East; 7. Home Defence Exercise for the Joint Services Staff College 11 June 1948 Download PDF (4.10 MB)
59th 1. American Intelligence Appreciations; 2. Biological and Chemical Warfare: Defence Measures in Satellite Countries as an Indication of Offensive Intentions; 3. Disclosure of Information to India, Pakistan and Ceylon; 4. "foundation of Stalinism"; 5. Coastal Survey Requirements - Middle East 16 June 1948 Download PDF (3.12 MB)
60th 1. Provision of Scrambler Telephones; 2. Security of a Display by the Military College of Science; 3. Disclosure of British Classified Information in an American Publication; 4. Restrictions on Foreign Service Attaches; 5. J.I.B. Responsibility for Burma; 6. Disutuation in Burma; 7. Distribution on Joint Intelligence Committee (Far East) Papers 17 June 1948 Download PDF (4.75 MB)
61st 1. Handling of Certain Nationals; 2. Possible Extension of Operation "matchbox" to Cover Balkan Countries; 3. Western - Security; 4. Intelligence Information for the Joint Planning Staff; 5. Co-operation in Scientific Intelligence; 6. Home Defence Exercise For the Joint Services Staff College 18 June 1948 Download PDF (6.43 MB)
62nd 1. Guided Weapon Activity - Yugoslavia; 2. Policy Regarding the Encouragement of Defectors; 3. Handling of Certain Foreign Nationals; 4. Suggested Future Intelligence Policy and Aims in Europe; 5. Joint Intelligence Committee (Far East) - Subjects for Study; 6. Scandinavian Defence; 7. Coastal Survey Requirements - Middle East; 8. Organisation of Intelligence in Germany; 9. Marking Intelligence Appreciations 23 June 1948 Download PDF (4.00 MB)
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