War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. December 1940 - December 1941. Numbers (40) 71-75 & (41) 1-40. Volume III > Topographical Intelligence. Provision Of: Working of the Topographical Section at Oxford Explained
|Document Title||Topographical Intelligence. Provision Of: Working of the Topographical Section at Oxford Explained|
|Document Date||24 December 1940|
|Conflicts||Second World War|
|Themes||Intelligence Gathering and Surveillance|
|Document Type||Meeting Minutes|
|Organisations||Chiefs of Staff, Foreign Office, Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee, Joint Planning Staff, Security Service|
|People||Victor Cavendish-Bentinck, Francis Davidson, C Edwards, John Godfrey, Charles Medhurst|
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. Meeting with Mr. H.M.G. Jebb; 2. Establishment and Organisation of Intelligence Staffs in South East Asia Command; 3. Inter-Service Topographical Department - Closing down at Oxford; 4.; 5. Meeting with Brigadier a.T. Cornwall-Jones; 6. Study of Foreign Armies at the School of Military Intelligence; 7. South Persia - Intelligence Organisation; 8. Russian Use of German Industry; 9. Requirements from S.I.S.
1. Staff Requirements of Inter-Service Topographical Department; 2. Post-War Relief - Release of Information from Inter-Services Topographical Department; 3. Organisations for the Collection and Collation of Intelligence; 4. Collection by Inter-Services Topographical Department of Information for Fire Defence of Certain European Towns
1. Beach Reconnaissance Teams - Middle East; 2. Security in French Indo-china; 3. Request by India for Information on Combined Operations; 4. Soviet Missions in the Allied Zone of Germany; 5. Disclosure of Information to Western Union on the Policy Regarding the Introduction of G.A.P. As Replacements for a.A. Guns; 6. Establishment of a Five Power Military Security Committee; 7. Functions of the Documents Research Section Germany.
1. Manpower Requirements for Post War Intelligence; 2. Provision of Specialist Personnel for Intelligence During the Occupational Period; 3. Proposed New Establishment of the Field Information Agency, Technical (British Component); 4. The Civilian Director for F.I.A.T.; 5. Proposed Revision of the Topographical Dept. Commitments; 6. Personnel with a Knowledge of Far East Languages; 7. Sir Theodore Adams
1. Proposal to Establish a Cypher Policy Board; 2. Issue of Warning Regarding Allied Prisoners of War Suspected of Collaboration; 3. Post-War Security; 4. Marking of Documents Containing Information from Most Secret Sources; 5. Priority in Construction of Models for Cossac and S.E.A.C.; 6. Collection of Topographical Intelligence in Occupied Areas
1. Indications of Soviet Preparations for Event War; 2. The Military, Political and Economic Strength and Weaknesses of Communist China in 1951; 3. Defence of South East Asia in the Event of Chinese Aggression; 4. O.N.E. Report on Soviet Courses of Action with Respect to Germany (NIE-4); 5. Estimate of the Scale and Nature of a Soviet Attack on the United Kingdom between Now and Mid 1952; 6. Clandestine Air Photographic Recconnaisation; 7. O.N.E. Report on Turkey's Position in the East-West Struggle (NIE-9); 8. O.N.E. Report on the Probability of an Invasion of Yogoslavia in 1951 (NIE-29)
1. Staff Discussions between Hafse and Middle East Delegates at Naples; 2. Exchange of Intelligence between Major Nat Commands and Associated Commands; 3. N.A.T.O. Security Committee; 4. Report by the J.I.C. on Possible French Military Policy in Indo China; 5. Principles and Standards of Security Agreed by the Tripartite Security Working Group (1951); 6. J.I.C. Assessments of Security in Certain Countries; 7. Security Consciousness in Civil Departments; 8.