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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 71-143
Reference CAB 159/12
Date 1 July 1952 - 31 December 1952
Government Department Cabinet Office
File Accession Date 1994
Notes A number of documents within this file have been retained under Section 3(4) of the Public Records Act, 1958.

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 the threat of war with the Soviet Union; the foreign policy and military activities of communist China; the organisation of British intelligence operations, including the encouragement of defectors from the Eastern Bloc, and the gathering of intelligence about communist countries; political developments in the Middle East; anti-colonial movements in Kenya and French Indochina; the organisation of NATO; and arrangements for the creation of an independent West Germany.

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i Front Cover Download PDF (993 KB)
ii Table of Contents Download PDF (7.79 MB)
71 1. S.E. Asia and the Far East Int. Organisations; 2. Personality Records of German Ex-Officers; 3. N.A.C. - Discussion on Intelligence Matters; 4. Security Review of Certain Countries; 5. Estimates - B.B.C. Monitoring Service; 6. Liaison with the National Research Council of Canada - Security; 7. "The Defence of the United Kingdom". 27 June 1952 Download PDF (4.58 MB)
72 1. Demolitions in Western Zones of Austria; 2. China Bureau; 3. A Certain Yugoslav Refugee; 4. Visit of D.D.N.I. to Paris; 5; 6. Air Vice Marshal H.A. Constantine. 2 July 1952 Download PDF (3.69 MB)
73 1. Major General Sir Stewart Menzies; 2. Capability and Likelihood of Soviet Employment of Napalm Bombs and Flame-Throwing Equipment in the Event of Hostilities; 3. Visit of D.D.N.I. to Germany; 4. Visit of H.E. the Governor of Hong Kong to the United Kingdom; 5. Cooperation with India on Scientific Int:; 6. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 7. Germany - Value of Various Types of Int:; 8. Security Instructions in Germany; 9. External Censorship and Monitoring in Germany; 10. German Security; 11. The Future of West German-Intelligence; 12. Administrative Problems of the British Intelligence Organisation, Germany. 3 July 1952 Download PDF (8.12 MB)
74 1. Intelligence Organisation Required During Times of Crisis in the Middle East; 2. Release of Cosmic Material to Germany; 3. Carrying of Arms by British Soldiers on French Territory; 4. Location of the Security Coordinating Cttee; 5. Delegation of Responsibility to the Commander-In-Chief, B.A.O.R; 6. Issue of Driving Licences to Members of her Majesty's Legation at Bucharest. 4 July 1952 Download PDF (3.95 MB)
75 1. Intelligence for Saclant; 2. Intelligence for S.H.A.P.E; 3. Liaison between J.I.C.(M.E.) and C.-in-C., Southern Flank; 4. Intelligence on China; 5. Russian Defectors; 6.; 7. Air Vice Marshal H.A. Constantine. 9 July 1952 Download PDF (3.33 MB)
76 1. Likely Developments in Egypt; 2. War Preparedness in European Satellite Countries; 3. Invitations Received by U.K. Personnel from Russian or Satellite Nationals; 4. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas. 10 July 1952 Download PDF (5.23 MB)
77 1. Use of Secret Code System by Commonwealth Countries; 2. Release of Information on Evasion, Escape and Rescue to N.A.T.O. Countries; 3. Mobilisation Accommodation for JSDIC(UK); 4. Positive Vetting; 5. Disclosure of U.K. Information within NATO. 11 July 1952 Download PDF (3.71 MB)
78 1. Situation in Burma; 2. Possible Development of E. German Military Forces; 3. China Bureau. 16 July 1952 Download PDF (3.71 MB)
79 1. Meeting with H.E. the Governor, Hong Kong; 2. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 3. Communist Intentions in the Light of Cease Fire Talks in Korea; 4. Liaison between J.I.C.(M.E.) and C-in-C, Southern Flank; 5. August Bank Holiday Arrangements 1952. 17 July 1952 Download PDF (7.90 MB)
80 1. Publication of Information on Aircraft Production; 2. Loss of Top Secret Document in the Ministry of Supply; 3. Soviet Trade Delegation; 4. Provisional Censorship Regulations - Article 60 (1); 5. Security Films; 6. Evasion and Escape in the Far East. 18 July 1952 Download PDF (4.30 MB)
81 1. Return of German Scientist from Russia; 2. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 3. Production of the Weekly Perimeter Review; 4. Communist Intentions in the Light of the Cease Fire Talks in Korea; 5. Measures to Improve Intelligence; 6. Handling of Defectors. 24 July 1952 Download PDF (7.12 MB)
82 1. Measures to Improve Intelligence. 29 July 1952 Download PDF (2.56 MB)
83 1. German Activities Abroad; 2. Collation of Information on Military Raid Movements; 3. Situation in Egypt; 4. Intelligence for Saclant; 5. Review of Intelligence Sources in Certain Countries of the Middle East; 6. A Possible Defector. 30 July 1952 Download PDF (4.75 MB)
84 1. B.B.C. Monitoring Service; 2.; 3. Cooperation with India on Scientific Int:; 4. Visit of the Director of Naval Intelligence to Germany; 5. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 6. Atomic Energy Intelligence; 7. Brief for Deputy Chief of Staff, Korea; 8. Squadron Leader L.T. Bryant-Fenn. 31 July 1952 Download PDF (8.02 MB)
85 1. Number of Atomic Bombs Required to Knock out an Airfield; 2. Army Language Students in Lacao; 3. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 4. U.K. Intelligence on Requirements in the M.E; 5. Review of the Orgn. of Int. in the F.E; 6. Military Courses of Action and their Implications in the Event of Further Chinese Aggression 7 August 1952 Download PDF (6.34 MB)
86 1. Exchange of Information - The Declared Fields Concept and its Application; 2. Service Entry Visas for Soviet and Satellite Personnel; 3. Correspondence Received from N.A.T.O. Agencies for Onward Transmission - Security Considerations; 4. Evasion and Escape Liaison between London and B.I.O.G; 5. N.A.T.O. Annual Review Questionnaire - ARQ 52; 6. The Association of Germany with the NATO Annual Review - Security Considerations. 8 August 1952 Download PDF (2.89 MB)
87 1. Defector Operations in Germany; 2. Standing Group Intelligence Committee; 3. Intelligence Estimate of Communist (Soviet Bloc) Objectives, Capabilities and Probable Courses of Action and Related Capabilities of Each of those Powers 52-54 - S.G. 176/2; 4. The use by the Germans of Soviet Nationals against the Soviet Union in the Late War; 5. Intelligence on Yugoslavia for S.H.A.P.E; 6. German Soviet Defectors. 13 August 1952 Download PDF (4.76 MB)
88 1. Employment of the Soviet Armed Forces in the Event of General War in 1952-55; 2. Measures to Improve Intelligence; 3. Communist Ethics; 4. Situation in Spain; 5. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 6. Possible Soviet Cold War Strategy 52-54; 7. Military Courses of Action and their Implications in the Event of Further Chinese Aggression; 8. Situation in Persia; 9. Communist Intentions in Korea. 14 August 1952 Download PDF (7.29 MB)
89 1. N.A.T.O. Annual Review Questionnaire - ARQ 52; 2. Evasion, Escape and Rescue - Korea; 3. Publication of Information on Evasion and Escape; 4. Disclosure of Information within the N.A.T.O; 5. Activities of Brixmis; 6. Release of Documents to the Imperial War Museum; 7. Russian Interrogation Methods. 15 August 1952 Download PDF (5.02 MB)
90 1. Employment of Soviet Armed Forces in Scandinavia; 2. A.V.M. D.H.F. Barnett; 3. Intelligence on Soviet Electronics; 4. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 5. Communist Intentions in Korea; 6. Standing Group Intelligence Committee; 7. Work in Hand by the J.I.S. 21 August 1952 Download PDF (8.19 MB)
91 1. Present State of our Intelligence and Measures to Improve it; 2. L.S.I.B. Comments on J.I.C.(F.E.) (52)8 - Section XI; 3. World Wide Intelligence Organisation in Peace and War. 26 August 1952 Download PDF (2.85 MB)
92 1. War Preparedness in European Satellite Countries; 2. Russian Theory of War; 3. Intelligence in Hong Kong; 4. Security Service Representation in Aden; 5. Amphibious Exercises. 27 August 1952 Download PDF (4.26 MB)
93 1. World Wide Intelligence Organisation in Peace and War; 2. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 3. Situation in Egypt; 4. Soviet Policy and Military Security; 5. Military Courses of Action and their Implications in the Event of Further Chinese Aggression. 28 August 1952 Download PDF (5.58 MB)
94 1. Tripartite Security Working Group; 2. Employment of Army National Service Men on Completion of Language Training; 3. Facilities for Members of the Egyptian Armed Forces; 4. Motor Car Number Plates-British Embassy Warsaw 29 August 1952 Download PDF (2.34 MB)
95 1. Military Courses of Action and their Implications in the Event of Further Chinese Aggression; 2. Soviet Defector - Gregory Davidenko; 3. Intelligence of Yugoslavia for S.H.A.P.E. 3 September 1952 Download PDF (2.35 MB)
96 1. Professor R.V. Jones, D.S.I; 2. "Stalin Prepares a New Yalta"; 3. Group Captain C.H. Turner; 4. Trade with China; 5. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 6. Priorities in Intelligence Requirements; 7. Possible Revision of M.C.33; 8. Measures to Improve Intelligence; 9. Liaison with C.I.A. and O.N.E. 4 September 1952 Download PDF (4.97 MB)
97 1. Military Courses of Action and their Implications in the Event of Further Chinese Aggression. 4 September 1952 Download PDF (1.33 MB)
98 1. Effects and Consequences of the Establishment of a Communist Regime in Persia; 2. Soviet Defector - Gregory Davidenko; 3. Germany - Value of Various Types of Intelligence; 4. Military Courses of Action and their Implications in the Event of Further Chinese Aggression; 5. Intelligence on Yugoslavia for S.H.A.P.E. 10 September 1952 Download PDF (3.30 MB)
99 1. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 2. Intelligence Conference, Washington, Oct. 1952; 3. Employment of Soviet Armed Forces in Land Campaigns in the Event of General War 52-55; 4. Measures to Improve Intelligence. 11 September 1952 Download PDF (5.70 MB)
100 1. Detention and Search of Members of H.M. Embassy, Moscow; 2. The Employment of Army National Servicemen on Completion of Language Training. 12 September 1952 Download PDF (1.88 MB)
101 1. Effectiveness and Consequences of the Establishment of a Communist Regime in Persia; 2. Situation in Egypt; 3. Visit of Chairman, J.I.C.(F.E.) to Australia; 4. Intelligence in Hong Kong. 17 September 1952 Download PDF (4.04 MB)
102 1. Measures to Improve Intelligence; 2. Situation in Kenya; 3. Co-Ordination of the Briefing of Visitors behind the Iron Curtain; 4. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 5. "Stalin Prepares a New Yalta"; 6. Secretary's Minute J.I.C./2065/52; 7. Employment of Soviet Armed Forces in the Event of General War. 18 September 1952 Download PDF (5.48 MB)
103 1. Local Intelligence Committees; 2. B.J.S.M. Washington - Establishment; 3. Communist Interrogation Methods; 4. Extending the Standard form of Security Undertaking; 5. Use of Cosmic Classification; 6. Plans for the Evacuation of Service Attaches in the Event of Hostilities; 7. Sale of Centurion Tanks to the Swiss. 19 September 1952 Download PDF (3.58 MB)
104 1. N.A.T.O. Annual Review Questionnaire and Disclosure of Information from it to the EDC; 2. 24 September 1952 Download PDF (2.79 MB)
105 1. Situation in Kenya; 2. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 3. AD HOC Intelligence Working Group Washington, October 1952; 4. Sea Communications in War (JIC(52)35); 5. Meetings in Moscow; 6. Attainment of Force Goals by NATO Countries Other than U.K. and U.S.A; 7. Situation in the Middle East. 25 September 1952 Download PDF (4.62 MB)
106 1. Tripartite Security Working Group. 26 September 1952 Download PDF (2.71 MB)
107 1. Coordination of the Briefing of Visitors behind the Iron Curtain; 2. Liaison between Commanders in Chief, Middle East, and Admiral Carney; 3. Sea Communications in War - Comments on Memo by Sir Henry Tizard (JIC(52)35(Draft)(Part II); 4. Russian Theory of War; 5. Shape's Peacetime Intelligence Requirements - Neutral Countries; 6. Collation of Information on Military Rail Movements; 7. Sino-Soviet Conference in Moscow 1952. 1 October 1952 Download PDF (3.92 MB)
108 1. Visit of General Kirkman to J.I.C. Re Organisation of J.I.C. Germany; 2. Meeting with Mr. M.J. Creswell (H.M. Minister, Cairo) and Mr. H.S. Stephenson (Chairman, J.I.C. Middle East); 3. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 4. Measures to Improve Intelligence. 2 October 1952 Download PDF (5.28 MB)
109 1. Release of Information on U.K. Atomic Energy Programme; 2. Establishment within N.A.T.O. of a Technical Intelligence Organisation; 3. Security of D.T.N; 4. N.A.T.O. Security Committee; 5. Tripartite Security Working Group; 6. Sale of Centurion Tanks to the Swiss. 3 October 1952 Download PDF (3.88 MB)
110 1. Meeting with H.M. Ambassador, Moscow; 2. Conference on S.E. Asia; 3. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 4. Meeting of C.O.S. with General Ridgway; 5. Likelihood of War; 6. State of our Intelligence; 7. Visit of R.A.F. Aircraft to S. America; 8. Warning of Soviet Attack; 9. Visit of General Kirkman to the U.K. 9 October 1952 Download PDF (6.35 MB)
111 1. Security of H.M. Missions behind the Iron Curtain; 2. Intelligence Organisation Required During Times of Crisis; 3. Establishment within NATO of a Technical Intelligence Organisation; 4. Entry Visas to Foreign Nationals; 5. Granting of Visas to Foreign Nationals; 6. Tripartite Security Working Group; 7. American Security Film; 8. Appointment of a Russian Speaking Technical Assistant to the Military Attache, Moscow. 10 October 1952 Download PDF (3.71 MB)
112 1. Likely Soviet Reactions to N.A.T.O. Developments within Turkey 1952-1954; 2. Strategic Value of the European Satellite Countries; 3. Service Attaches in Sofia. 15 October 1952 Download PDF (1.95 MB)
113 1. Situation in Kenya; 2. Soviet Rearmament; 3. Visit of D.N.I. to Scandinavia; 4. Relationship of the Military Production of the Soviet Bloc to the Economic Resources Available; 5. Progress of the Fact Finding Committee; 6. Review of the Situation Round the soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 7. Organisation of Intelligence - Germany; 8. Sea Communications in War - Comments on a Memorandum by Sir Henry Tizard. 16 October 1952 Download PDF (7.01 MB)
114 1. Security of Industrial Firms and Installations in Germany; 2. Requirements for Intelligence Staff of B.J.S.M. Washington on Mobilisation; 3. Disclosure of Information within N.A.T.O; 4. Compromise of Codewords; 5. Service Attaches, Teheran; 6. Foreign Attaches in the U.K. - Membership of Officers Clubs; 7. Tripartite Security Working Group. 17 October 1952 Download PDF (3.31 MB)
115 1. Priorities in Defence Intelligence Requirements-Guidance for M.I.6 and G.C.H.Q; 2. Service Attaches in Sofia; 3. S.H.A.P.E'S Peacetime Intelligence of Requirements-Neutral Countries. 22 October 1952 Download PDF (2.38 MB)
116 1. Intelligence Reports Prepared by AD HOC Group for Commanders and the North Atlantic Council; 2. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 3. Organisation of Intelligence - Germany; 4. Germany - Value of Various Types of Intelligence. 23 October 1952 Download PDF (7.66 MB)
117 1. Germany Security; 2. Security of Industrial Firms and Installations in Germany; 3. Security of British H. Q. in Germany; 4.; 5. Naafi Security Officer. 24 October 1952 Download PDF (5.90 MB)
118 1. Strategic Guidance for Civil Departments; 2. Possible Operations in Tonking; 3. Intelligence in Hong Kong; 4. Germany - Value of Various Types of Intelligence; 5. Guerilla Activity in S. China; 6. Shape's Peacetime Intelligence Requirements - Neutral Countries; 7. Meetings of the Committee (Deputy Directors). 29 October 1952 Download PDF (4.64 MB)
119 1. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 2. Intelligence Reports Prepared by the AD HOC Group for Commanders and the N.A.C. 30 October 1952 Download PDF (7.27 MB)
120 1. Loss of Documents Reported by the Governor Sierra Leone; 2. Evasion, Escape and Rescue in the Middle and Far Eastern Theatres; 3. Release of Information on Evasion and Escape to the Commonwealth; 4. Evasion, Escape and Rescue in Korea; 5. Release of Top Secret Planning Information to the Allies; 6. Use of Cosmic Classification; 7. Security of H.M. Missions behind the Iron Curtain; 8. German Security and the Release of Information to the Interim Commission of the E.D.C. 31 October 1952 Download PDF (5.20 MB)
121 1. Germany - Value of Various Types of Intelligence. 3 November 1952 Download PDF (2.14 MB)
122 1. Intelligence in Hong Kong; 2. Intelligence Conference at S.H.A.P.E; 3. Comments on a Report by J.I.C. Canada. 5 November 1952 Download PDF (3.54 MB)
123 1. World Wide Intelligence Organisation in Peace and War; 2. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 3. Communist Intentions in Korea. 6 November 1952 Download PDF (4.13 MB)
124 1. Use of Certain Codeword in Telegrams; 2. Ground Photography for Intelligence Purposes; 3. Passing of Information to N.A.T.O; 4. Tripartite Security Working Group; 5. Publication of Information on Evasion and Escape; 6. Use of Cosmic Classification. 7 November 1952 Download PDF (3.80 MB)
125 1. Trends in Soviet Foreign Policy; 2. Russian Theory of War; 3. Intelligence Conference at S.H.A.P.E; 4. Intelligence in Hong Kong. 12 November 1952 Download PDF (4.09 MB)
126 1. Visit of D.M.I. to Scandinavi; 2. Review of the Situation Round the soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 3. Disestablishment of Service Attaches in Washington; 4. Visit of Director, J.I.B. to U.S.A; 5. Organisation of Intelligence - Germany; 6. German Security. 13 November 1952 Download PDF (6.81 MB)
127 1. World Wide Intelligence Organisation in Peace and War. 18 November 1952 Download PDF (1.24 MB)
128 1. Strategic Air Photographic Intelligence; 2. Germany - Value of Various Types of Intelligence; 3. Broadcast by the Egyptian Ambassador in Washington. 19 November 1952 Download PDF (2.34 MB)
129 1. Meeting with M. LE Colonel Petit; 2. Intelligence Estimates for NATO Commands; 3. Appreciations of Campaign Studies; 4. Preparation of an Inter-Service Plan for the Deployment of Forces; 5. Likelihood of General War with the Soviet Union up to the End of 1955; 6. Review of the Situation Round the soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 7. Organisation of Intelligence in the Far East. 20 November 1952 Download PDF (6.33 MB)
130 1.; 2. Compromised Documents; 3.; 4. Appointment of a Naval Attache, Djakarta; 5. Security of H.E. Missions behind the Iron Curtain; 6. World Wide Intelligence Organisation in Peace and War; 7. Organisation of J.I.C. Meetings; 8. Tripartite Security Working Group. 21 November 1952 Download PDF (3.29 MB)
131 1. Sea Communications in War - Comments on Memorandum by Sir Henry Tizard; 2. The Ability of the Soviet Communications System to Support Soviet Strategy in the Event of General War 1953/1956; 3. Tripartite Intelligence Talks - S.E. Asia; 4. Broadcast by the Egyptian Ambassador I Washington. 26 November 1952 Download PDF (2.45 MB)
132 1. Atomic Energy Developments; 2. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 3. Communist Intentions in Korea; 4. Situation in Kenya; 5. Likelihood of General War with the Soviet Union up to the End of 1955; 6. Mobilisation Accommodation - J.S.D.I.C.(U.K.); 7. Attendance of C.I.A. Representative at the Weekly Perimeter Review Meeting; 8. Liaison with U.N. H.Q. Tokyo 27 November 1952 Download PDF (8.42 MB)
133 1. Likelihood of Total war with the Soviet Union up to the End Of 1955. 28 November 1952 Download PDF (2.61 MB)
134 1. Measures to Encourage Defection of Members of the Soviet Armed Forces in Germany and Austria; 2. Disposal of Defectors; 3. Possible Military Operations in South East Asia by the Chinese Communist Armed Forces in a Major War up to the End of 1953; 4. Joint Logistical Intelligence Staff; 5. Study of Future Family of A.A. Weapons; 6. Situation in Indo China. 3 December 1951 Download PDF (4.38 MB)
135 1. "Intelligence Digest", A Review of World Affairs; 2. Joint Logistical Intelligence Staff; 3. S.E. Asia Defence; 4. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 5. Likelihood of General War with the Soviet Union by the End Of 1955. 4 December 1952 Download PDF (5.72 MB)
136 1. Future of British Intelligence Organisation Germany. 5 December 1952 Download PDF (1.90 MB)
137 1. Situation in Indo-China. 8 December 1952 Download PDF (1.26 MB)
138 1. Review of Government Requirements Service; 2. The Chairmanship, B.B.C. Monitoring Requirements Sub-Committee; 3. Swedish Defence; 4. Possible Consequences should General Neguib be Assassinated; 5. Factors on the Situation in Iraq; 6. Future of British Intelligence Organisation, Germany. 10 December 1952 Download PDF (5.02 MB)
139 1. S.E. Asia Defence; 2. Likelihood of General War with the Soviet Union up to the End of 1955; 3. Situation and Communist Intentions in Korea; 4. Warning of Soviet Attack 1952-1954; 5. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 6. Christmas Arrangements. 11 December 1952 Download PDF (5.78 MB)
140 1.; 2. German Security; 3. Security of the U.K. Services Teleprinter Network; 4. U.K. Representation on the Standing Group Security Co-Ordinating Committee; 5. Release of Information on the U.K. Atomic Energy Programme. 12 December 1952 Download PDF (4.14 MB)
141 1. Intelligence Estimates for N.A.T.O; 2. Russian Theory of War; 3. Resistance Movements in S. China; 4. Soviet Defectors - Bondarev and Prokopenko; 5. B.B.C. Monitoring Requirements Sub-Committee. 17 December 1952 Download PDF (3.61 MB)
142 1. Visit of Director J.I.B. to U.S.A; 2. Intelligence Organisation in Malaya; 3. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Area; 4. Future Campaign Studies; 5. The Likelihood of the Soviet Union Initiating a War Before their Full Strength is Mobilised; 6. Joint Intelligence Map Room. 18 December 1952 Download PDF (7.31 MB)
143 1. Tripartite Security Working Group Report; 2. Codewords and NickNames; 3. Release of Information to the Interim Commission of the E.D.C. 19 December 1952 Download PDF (3.99 MB)
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