War Cabinet, Ministry of Defence and Cabinet Office: Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee, later Committee: Secretariat: Minutes (JIC(SEC)). Secretariat Minutes (1944) 1003-1675 > Intelligence Assault Unit in S.E.A.C.
|Document Title||Intelligence Assault Unit in S.E.A.C.|
|Document Date||7 October 1944|
|Organisations||Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee, Ministry of Defence|
|People||Edward King-Salter, Stewart Menzies|
1. Appointment of a Director of Intelligence in S.E.A.C.; 2. Targeting Section in the R.A.F. Intelligence Organisation - Policy Regarding Direction; 3. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 4. Classification of Intelligence Documents; 5. Censorship Arrangements in Netherlands East Indies; 6. The Work of the W/T Security Committee and Proposals for Its Dissolution; 7. Topographical Intelligence from Allied Authorities; 8. American Clandestine Activities in S.E.A.C.; 9. Technical Sub-Committee on Axis Oil; 10. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 11. Interrogation of Three German Scientists; 12. Carrier Pigeons in War; 13. Treatment of German Rights; 14. Review of Conditions in Russian Occupied Austria
1. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 2. Organisation of Intelligence in the Middle East; 3. Organisation of Scientific & Technical Int.; 4. Future Role & Organisation of the I.S.T.D. in S.E.A.C.; 5. Restriction of Information from the U.S.A.; 6. Security in Factories; 7. Political Warfare Post Mortem; 8. Release of S.E.A.C. Documents to U.S. Staff Colleges; 9. Use of Special Intelligence by Official Historians
1. Allocation of Personnel with Knowledge of Far East Countries and Languages; 2. The Chairman, J.I.C., Middle East; 3. Possibly Behaviour of Enemy Towards Allied Prisoners of War; 4. Escape and Evasion Training; 5. Prisoners of War - Security after Release; 6. Proposal for the Creation of A.C.S.D.I.C. (W.E.A.) For Operation by Shaef on the Continent; 7. Visit by the Director of Military Intelligence to Washington and Ottawa; 8. Programme for Bombing in Germany; 9. Intelligence Assault Unit in S.E.A.C.; 10. Military Security Policy after the Defeat of Germany; 11. Post War Security in Relation to the Disclosure of Secret Information
1. Intelligence. On Tube Alloys; 2. Provision of Personnel for Intelligence Purposes; 3. Organisation of Security Intelligence in the Middle East; 4. Intelligence Section to Assist in Prosecution of War Criminals; 5. Treatment of Japanese Records and Archives; 6. Field Information Agency, Technical; 7. German Economic Department (Foreign Office); 8. Security of Weather Information in S.E.A.C.; 9. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 10. Requirements from the S.I.S.; 11. Passing of Intelligence to the Russians
1. Intelligence Responsibilities of P.W.E.; 2. Future Organisation of Intelligence in I.S.S.B.; 3. Intelligence Requirements of S.E.A.C.; 4. German Atrocities; 5. Captured German Scientists; 6. Political Intelligence Report on Germany, Austria and France; 7. Japanese Reaction to the Abrogation of the Russo-Japanese Neutrality Pact, and Japanese Strategy After the Fall of Rangoon; 8. S.H.A.E.F. Field Intelligence Agency; 9. Treatment of German Archives, Documents and Records; 10. Results of Past Allied Operations
1. Security of Atomic Energy Production Plant; 2. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Canada; 3. Meeting with South African Liaison Officer; 4. Meeting with Director of Intelligence-India; 5. Publication of Service Statistics; 6. Photographic Reconnaissance - S.E.A.C. Siam; 7. The Future of Foreign Office Research Dept; 8. Photographic Reconnaissance - Middle East; 9. Joint Intelligence Bureau - U.K.; 10. Inter-Service Topographical Department, Oxford; 11. Circulation of Service Secret Intelligence Summaries
1. Inducement to Surrender of Japanese Forces; 2. Directive to the Head of No. 30 Military Mission; 3. Meeting with Major-General J.F.M. Whiteley and Brig-General T.J. Betts, S.H.A.E.F.; 4. Use of Certain Intelligence for Publicity Purposes; 5. Basic Handbooks for Far East (Political and Economic Intelligence.); 6. Intelligence Organisation S.E.A.C. - General Lamplough's Report; 7. The Effect on German Morale of Neutralisation of the Crossbow Threat by 31st March 1944; 8. Operation "Torch" - Russian Request for Copy of Orders; 9. Information for the War Department in Washington; 10. Balkan Intelligence Centre at A.F.H.Q.
1. Issue of J.I.C. Reports to Control Commission Military Section; 2. Application by Director of Intelligence S.E.A.C., For J.I.C. Reports on European War; 3. Proposed Sino-British Intelligence Collaboration; 4. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 5. Photographic Intelligence in the Western Mediterranean
1.; 2.; 3.; Preparation of Official Histories; 4. Organisation and Establishment of Intelligence Staff - S.E.A.C.; 5. Area Liaison Officers in Iraq; 6. Proposed Pan-Malayan Security Service; 7. Intelligence Summaries J.I.C. (Austria); 8. J.S.I.C. and J.T.I.C. Accommodation; 9. Pool of Translators to be Held by the J.I.B.; 10. Photographic Intelligence Commitments; 11. Russia's Intentions in Austria
1. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 2. Post War Organisation of Intelligence; 3. Intelligence on Atomic Energy; 4. Directive to General Penney; 5. Photographic Reconnaissance Cover of China; 6. Survey in S.E.A.C.; 7. Visit of the Secretary, J.I.C. Austria to London; 8. Release of Internees; 9. Our Release Policy in Relation to Denazification; 10. Situation in Java; 11. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 12. Guard Procedure