|Document Title||1. Scalr and Nature of Attack on Sea Communications; 2. Photographic Reconnaisance - Middle East Requirements; 3. Recording of Information on Foreign Arms Traffic; 4. Demolition Policy in Germany; 5. Lessons on the Organisation of Intelligence in the Far East; 6. Card Indexing of Russian Personalities|
|Document Date||11 August 1948|
|Themes||Military Intelligence and Operations, Intelligence Gathering and Surveillance, Intelligence Organisation and Administration|
|Regions||Africa, East Asia, Europe, Middle East|
|Countries||Bahrain, Germany, Kuwait, Sudan, Turkey, United Kingdom|
|Document Type||Meeting Minutes|
|Organisations||Central Intelligence Agency, Chiefs of Staff, Foreign Office, Joint Intelligence Bureau, Joint Intelligence Committee (Far East), Joint Intelligence Committee (Middle East), Joint Intelligence Committee (Washington), Joint Planning Staff, Ministry of Defence, Secret Intelligence Service, Joint Air Photographic Intelligence Board, Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee|
|People||Valentine Boucher, Paul Gleadell, Stewart Menzies, Kenneth Strong|
military intelligence, naval warfare, shipping, communications, communications disruption, assessing enemy strength, naval strength, predicting enemy intentions, threat of war with the USSR, contingency planning, photographic reconnaissance, aerial reconnaissance, reconnaissance aircraft, Arab world, mapping, topographical intelligence, geographic intelligence, intelligence gathering, airspace, oil, intelligence requirements, aircraft, weapons trade, armaments, military supplies, intelligence services responsibilities, intelligence channels, occupied Germany, demolitions, war preparations, defence, British intelligence organisation, Soviet government, personnel, politicians, industrial intelligence, political intelligence
1. Requirements for Intelligence Immediately Following a Successful Soviet Invasion of Western Europe; 2. Exchange of Intelligence with the Turks; 3. Present State of Intelligence and Measures to Improve It - Operation "Post Report"; 4. Survey of World Communism in 1950; 5. Air Photographic Reconnaissance on the Tonking-China Frontier; 6. Appointment of a Bulgarian Military Attache to London
1. Operation "Mincemeat"; 2. The Vulnerability of the United Kingdom to a Knock-Out Blow by the Soviet Union; 3. Professor Pontecorvo; 4. Scientific and Technical Intelligence Branch, Germany; 5. Air Survey in Indo-China; 6. Soviet Intentions and Capabilities - 1950/54; 7. Attendance at Social Functions by Service Attaches in Sweden; 8. Soviet Preparedness for War; 9. Scale and Nature of Initial Air Attack on the United Kingdom; 10. Present State of Intelligence and Measures to Improve It
1. Meeting with the Joint Intelligence Staff; 2. Photographic Intelligence and Survey Requirements in the Middle East; 3. Scale and Nature of Initial Air Attack on the United Kingdom - 1957; 4. Intelligence Brief for the United Kingdom Delegation to the Five Power Military Committee; 5. Political Activities in South East Asia with Special Reference to Communism; 6. Russian Preparedness for War; 7. Visit of the Chairman to the Middle East and Far East; 8. Evidence of Certain Soviet Activities
1. Operation "matchbox"; 2. Intelligence Organisation, Pakistan; 3. Possibility of Russian Armed Action Against Yugoslavia; 4. Release of United States Information to Third Countries; 5. Tibet; 6. Photographic Reconnaissance of French Indo-china; 7. Soviet Strategic Intentions and Capabilities; 8. Future Defence Policy.
1. Priority for the Preparation of J.I.C. Reports Involving the Nature and Scale of Attack by Enemy Forces; 2.; 3. Procedure for Preparation of J.I.C. (London) Reports Affecting the Middle East; 4. Review of Intelligence Organisation; 5. Development of Foreign Intelligence and Political Activity in the British Zone of Germany; 6. Admission of Certain Engineers to British Factories; 7. Future Situation in the Far East; 8. Amalgamation of Service Intelligence Summaries; 9. Air Survey of Turkey; 10. Access to Captured German Documents by Former German Officers
1. Threat to Hong Kong; 2. Photographic Intelligence Requirements in Turkey; 3. Effects of Soviet Occupation on Western Europe in the Event of War after 1956; 4. Measures to Improve the State of Intelligence Available on Russian Intentions and Preparedness for War; 5. Visit of Czech Trade Delegation to Kuweit.
1. Threat to Hong Kong; 2. Priorities for the Collection of Intelligence in the Far East; 3. The Possibility of the Survival of the Chinese Nationalists as a Factor in Far East Affairs; 4. Assault on Formosa - Intentions an Capabilities of the Chinese Communists; 5. Possible Scale and Nature of Raids on the United Kingdom in a War in 1949/50; 6. Beach Reconnaissances - Middle East; 7. Policy and Procedure for Handling Defectors.
1. Mr. S.E.V. Luke; 2. The Employment of the Soviet Navy and Soviet air Forces in the Maritime Role at the Out-Break of General war up to the End of 1956; 3. MIG-15 Aircraft; 4. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and other Sensitive Areas; 5. Future of British Intelligence Organisation (Germany); 6. Priorities in Defence Intelligence Requirements; 7. Charter for the J.I.C. (Germany); 8. Russian Postal Censhorship Reports; 9. Provision of Information for Eucom; 10. Intelligence for the Germans after Ratification of the Conn Convention; 11. Operational Planning by Cs-in-C. Germany '55-56; 12. B.I.O.(G) - Personnel; 13. Release of Information to the E.D.C.; 14. Report of the Tripartite Security Working Group 1951; 15. Next Visit of Major General Kirkman
1. "Intelligence Digest"; 2. The Dangers of Clandestine Communist Attack on the Economic Plants and Animals of the Commonwealth; 3. Soviet Intentions and Capabilities. - Anglo-U.S. Intelligence Conference; 4. Certain Intelligence Mobilisation Plans; 5. Soviet Preparedness for War; 6. Scale and Nature of Threat to Sea Communications in the Event of War with the Soviet Union in 1954; 7. Chairman's Visit to Germany; 8. Possible Uses by the Soviet Union of Satellite Forces; 9. Operation "Matchbox"; 10. Likelihood of War with the Soviet Union and the Date by Which the Soviet Leaders Might Be Prepared to Risk It; 11. August Bank Holiday Arrangements - 1950