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File Title War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1942. Numbers 1-63. Volume IV
Reference CAB 81/90
Date 1942
Government Department Cabinet Office
File Accession Date 1970
Notes This file includes one bound volume of meeting minutes of the Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee, and a folder containing loose duplicates of the same meeting minutes. 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 Sub-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 organisation of the intelligence services; intelligence operations and requirements; Anglo-American intelligence cooperation; aerial reconnaissance; prisoners of war, including possible exchanges; the political situation in the U.S.S.R. and Turkey; security for Operation Torch and the raid on Dieppe; German allegations of war crimes at Dieppe; Axis oil supplies; political warfare; censorship and the leakage of information; and the distribution of intelligence between services and agencies.

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i War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1942. Numbers 1-63. Volume IV 1942 Download PDF (519 KB)
iii Table of Contents 1942 Download PDF (1.34 MB)
1st 1. Intelligence Section (Operations); 2. Charter of the I.S.S.B.; 3. Enemy Prisoners of War 6 January 1942 Download PDF (352 KB)
2nd 1. Axis Oil Supplies for 1942; 2. Possible Allied Coup in Tunisia; 3. Disguised Priorities in Telegrams Sent Abroad; 4. Machinery for the Allotment of Priorities for Photographic Reconnaissance; 5. J.I.C. Machinery for Producing Papers; 6. Japanese Interpreters 13 January 1942 Download PDF (722 KB)
3rd 1. Grading of Messages by the J.I.C., Washington; 2. Letter from the Secretary, J.I.C., Washington, Dated 10th January, 1942; 3. Supply of Information to the Dutch; 4. Liaison between Inter-Service Security Board and American Forces in N.I. 27 January 1942 Download PDF (466 KB)
4th 1. Security at Gibraltar; 2. Exchange of Information on M.I.9 Activities with the Americans; 3. Meeting with Sir Earle Page and the High Commissioner for Australia 10 February 1942 Download PDF (818 KB)
5th 1. Formation of a Combined Services Detailed Interrogation Centre in the Far East; 2. Political Warfare in Far East; 3. Service Printing Section at Cairo; 4. German Ground - Air Signals 17 February 1942 Download PDF (526 KB)
6th 1. Disguised Priorities in Telegrams; 2. Communication of the Sub-Committee's Papers to U.S. Service Attachés in London; 3. The Interrogation of Aliens Arriving from Abroad; 4. Security at Ankara & Istanbul; 5. Formation of a C.S.D.I.C. for the Far East 24 February 1942 Download PDF (491 KB)
7th 1. The Interrogation of Arrivals from Abroad; 2. Japanese Intentions; 3. Japanese Interpreters; 4. United States Joint Intelligence Committee Daily Summaries; 5. Formation of American Joint Intelligence CTTEE in London 3 March 1942 Download PDF (331 KB)
8th 1. Formation of American Joint Intelligence Committee in London; 2. Intelligence in India and the Far East; 3. Unnecessary Length of Telegrams; 4. Liaison on W/T Security Matters with the Americans; 5. American Army Cyphers; 6. Joint Intelligence Staff Organisation; 7. Intelligence Section (Operations); 8. German Intentions; 9. Enemy Intentions 10 March 1942 Download PDF (957 KB)
9th 1. Passing of J.I.C. Papers to the Commander-in-Chief, Home Forces; 2. The Interrogation of Aliens Arriving from Abroad; 3. Information for the J.I.C., Washington; 4. Present Fighting Value of the German Armed Forces; 5. Meeting with the American Service Representatives; 6. Distribution of Medal Telegrams 17 March 1942 Download PDF (163 KB)
10th 1. Distribution of Telegrams; 2. Accommodation for the J.I.S; 3. Collection of Wireless Information from Japan; 4. Axis Threat to Allied Supplies in South America; 5. Intelligence Section(Operations); 6. J.I.S. Procedure; 7. Russian War Potential 24 March 1942 Download PDF (880 KB)
11th 1. The Sub-Committee's Procedure; 2. Secret Intelligence Arrangements in the Far East; 3. Political and Security Situation in Syria and the Lebanon; 4. Intelligence Contacts by British Service Representatives Abroad; 5. Intelligence Organisation and Responsibility in India; 6. Work of the Joint Intelligence Staff; 7. American Joint Intelligence Committee in London; 8. Interrogation of Individuals for Special Purposes; 9. Circulation of Correspondence to Directors 31 March 1942 Download PDF (1.02 MB)
12th 1. Proposed Radiotelephone Links between the United States and Various Empire Countries; 2. Intelligence Organisation and Responsibility in India; 3. Interrogation of Individuals for Special Purposes 3 April 1942 Download PDF (659 KB)
13th 1. Contact with the United States in Questions of Operational Deception and Security; 2. The Study of Enemy Oil Resources 7 April 1942 Download PDF (453 KB)
14th 1. Surveillance of French Activities in England; 2. Post War Security; 3. Instructions for the Handling of Certain Types of Intelligence 10 April 1942 Download PDF (341 KB)
15th 1. American Co-Operation; 2. Information for the Chinese Military Attaché; 3. United States Military Attaché at Tangier; 4. Information to Be Passed to Contacts Abroad; 5. Intelligence in India and the Far East; 6. Invasion 1942: Information as to Enemy Resources Available; 7. Rumour Machinery 14 April 1942 Download PDF (869 KB)
16th 1. Inter-Service Intelligence Organisations; 2. Correspondence from the British Legation in Berne; 3. Information from the M.E.I.C; 4. Urgent Intelligence Reports; 5. Invasion 1942 - Information as to Enemy Resources Available; 6. Enemy Oil Position 21 April 1942 Download PDF (545 KB)
17th 1. Free French Cyphers; 3. Inter-Service Intelligence Organisations; 2. Intelligence Section(Operations); 4. Operations on the Continent; 5. Intelligence Section (Operations); 6. Inter-Service Topographical Dept. 24 April 1942 Download PDF (575 KB)
18th 1. Intelligence Section (Operations); 2. Telegrams from the State Dept. to the U.S. Embassy in London; 3. Empax Telegrams; 4. Axis Threat to Allied Supplies from Latin America; 5. Operations on the Continent; 6. Urgent Intelligence Reports; 7. Grading of Intelligence; 8. Publication of British Casualties 28 April 1942 Download PDF (756 KB)
19th 1. German Troop Movements to Norway; 2. Development of the Use of Air Transport by the Enemy; 3. Empax Telegrams; 4. Japanese Merchant Shipping; 5. The Sub-Committee's Reports; 6. Operations of the Continent 5 May 1942 Download PDF (549 KB)
20th 1. Appreciations from C.-in-C., India; 2. Economic Intelligence in Far East; 3. Economic Section of M.E.I.C 12 May 1942 Download PDF (452 KB)
21st 1. Axis Activities in South America; 2. The Japanese Armament Industry; 3. Information for the Middle East Intelligence Centre on Vichy Policy; 4. Joint Intelligence Organisation in India 19 May 1942 Download PDF (459 KB)
22nd 1. Publication of Casualty Figures; 2. Combined Intelligence Organisation in Washington; 3. Information as to Enemy Resources; 4. Grading of Intelligence 26 May 1942 Download PDF (799 KB)
23rd 1. Intelligence Section (Operations); 2. Combined Intelligence Centre; 3. Publication of Casualty Figures; 4. The Release of Economic Information for Publication in the U.S. and Elsewhere; 5. Co-Operation with G.H.Q., Home Forces 2 June 1942 Download PDF (646 KB)
24th 1. P.R.U. Requirements - Gibraltar 5 June 1942 Download PDF (568 KB)
25th 1. Intelligence Arrangements in India and the South-West Pacific; 2. Reports by the Political Warfare Executive on German Morale; 3. The Situation in China 9 June 1942 Download PDF (434 KB)
26th 1. Form and Publication. of I.S.I.S. Publications; 2. Intelligence in Burma & Thailand; 3. Classification of Secret Documents; 4. Studies by the Political Warfare Executive of Axis Intentions and Reactions 12 June 1942 Download PDF (816 KB)
27th 1. Channel for Requests for Certain Types of Intelligence; 2. Control of Communications in The Event of Invasion 26 June 1942 Download PDF (370 KB)
28th 1. Inter-Services Topographical Dept; 2. Intelligence Section(Operations); 3. Colonel Donovan's Organisation; 4. Grading of Sub-Committee's Reports; 5. Cabinet War Room Record; 6. Intelligence for M.E.I.C; 7. Matters for Discussion next Week 30 June 1942 Download PDF (1.02 MB)
29th 1. Inter-Services Topographical Dept; 2. Intelligence for the M.E.I.C. 3 July 1942 Download PDF (775 KB)
30th 1. Statement by the Director of Military Intelligence; 2. Operational Security and the Work of the Controlling Officer 7 July 1942 Download PDF (435 KB)
31st 1. Intelligence Section (Operations); 2. The Charter of the Intelligence Section (Operations); 3. Classification of Secret Documents; 4. Colonel Donovan's Organisation 10 July 1942 Download PDF (701 KB)
32nd 1. Collection of Intelligence during Raids; 2. Report by Lieutenant Foster, RNVR on the J.I.C. in Washington 14 July 1942 Download PDF (482 KB)
33rd 1. The Japanese Oil Position; 2. Control of Demands Made on ISTD; 3. Provision of Intelligence for Combined Operations by N.I.D. 17 July 1942 Download PDF (620 KB)
34th 1. American Service Attaches in Mowcow; 2. Information for the U.S. Office of Strategic Services; 3. Collaboration between I.S.T.D. and U.S. Military and Naval Authorities; 4. S.O.E. Anglo-American Collaboration 22 July 1942 Download PDF (501 KB)
35th 1. Collaboration between the Joint Intelligence and the Joint Planning Staffs; 2. Joint Intelligence Staff Procedure; 3. A German Offensive against Persia and Iraq 28 July 1942 Download PDF (493 KB)
36th 1. Letter from Col. BEBB (Joint Intelligence Committee, Washington); 2. Interrogation of British Personnel in the Far East; 3 4 August 1942 Download PDF (1.07 MB)
37th 1. Formation of Special Intelligence Units 11 August 1942 Download PDF (580 KB)
38th Proposal for Monthly Reports on German Morale 14 August 1942 Download PDF (331 KB)
39th 1. Release of Information Relating to the British War Potential; 2. Joint Planning Staff - Joint Intelligence Staff Collaboration; 3. Transfer of Personnel of M.I.9; 4. Intelligence Section (Operations) 18 August 1942 Download PDF (491 KB)
40th 1. The Axis Oil Position in Europe - May 1942; 2. Intelligence Section (Operations); 3. Foreign Morale; Confidential Annex:- 1. The Axis Oil Position in Europe - May 1942. 2. Bombing Policy. 3. Enemy Reactions to Raiding Policy 25 August 1942 Download PDF (972 KB)
41st 1. Meeting with H.M.Ambassador to Madrid; 2. Collaboration between the Joint Intelligence & Joint Planning Staffs 27 August 1942 Download PDF (1.08 MB)
42nd 1. Axis Oil Position in Europe - May 1942; 2. Aerial Reconnaissance; 3. Bombing Policy; 4. Intelligence Section (Operations) 28 August 1942 Download PDF (591 KB)
43rd 1. Intelligence in Burma; 2. Plans for the Recapture of Far Eastern Territories; 3. Co-Operation on Security Matters between the I.S.S.B. and C.C.O; 4. Japanese Oil 1 September 1942 Download PDF (522 KB)
44th 1. Statement by Colonel Jacob; 2. Loss of Detailed Military Plan of a Certain Operation; 3. Co-Operation on Security Matters between the I.S.S.B. and C.O.Hq; 4. Prisoners of War; 5. Preparation of Information for Forthcoming Events; 6. Japan Armaments Committee; 7. Handbooks on Administration in Enemy & Enemy-Occupied Countries; 8. Exchange of Personnel Evacuated from Japan and Occupied China 8 September 1942 Download PDF (1.04 MB)
45th 1. Prisoners of War; 2. Persons with a Knowledge of the Japanese Language 11 September 1942 Download PDF (440 KB)
46th 1. Analysis of Enemy Fuel Samples; 2. Exchange of Personnel Evacuated from Japan and Occupied China; 3. Statement by Professor Noel Hall; 4. Japanese Shipping; 5. Activities of Certain Organisations in Gibraltar; 6. Air Photographs in Connexion with Certain Operations 15 September 1942 Download PDF (601 KB)
47th 1. Meeting with Colonel Fiske; 2. Fighting French Cyphers in Gibraltar; 3. Activities of Certain Organisations in Gibraltar; 4. Signal Traffic and Security 18 September 1942 Download PDF (663 KB)
48th 1. Loss of Detailed Military Plan of a Certain Operation; 2. Treatment of Prsioners of War; 3. Analysis of Enemy Fuel Samples; 4. Committees on Enemy Oil Position 22 September 1942 Download PDF (579 KB)
49th 1. Accommodation for the I.S.S.B; 2. Accommodation for the I.S.(0); 3. Reconnaissance of Japanese Oil Installations & Possible Targets for Attack; 4. Communication of Special Information to a Certain U.S. Officer; 5. Plans for the Recapture of Far Eastern Territories; 6. Enemy Prisoners of War - Interrogation Reports for C.C.O; 7. Gibraltar; 8. Exchange of Personnel Evacuated from Japan and Occupied China; 9. Post-War Planning Section; 10. Composition of the Technical Sub-Committee on Axis Oil 29 September 1942 Download PDF (1.12 MB)
50th 1. A Certain Operation - Leakage of Information; 2. Oil Targets in Axis-Occupied Europe 2 October 1942 Download PDF (483 KB)
51st 1. German Casualties; 2. Post-War Security 6 October 1942 Download PDF (316 KB)
52nd 1. Publication of Casualty Figures; 2. Centralisation of Press Reading; 3. Post-War Planning Section 16 October 1942 Download PDF (613 KB)
53rd 1. Charter for I.S.S.B; 2. Centralisation of Press Reading; 3. Reciprocal Aid 20 October 1942 Download PDF (674 KB)
54th 1. "Torch" - Security; 2. Axis Shipping Requirements; 3. Scheme for Assisted Escape of Certain Officers; 4. Joint Intelligence Committee - West Africa; 5. Collaboration with the Joint Planning Staff; 6. Statement by the Director of Military Intelligence 27 October 1942 Download PDF (543 KB)
55th 1. Scheme for Assisted Escape of Certain Officers; 2. Captured Enemy Equipment; 3. Bombing Policy; 4. Intelligence for Political Warfare Planning in Far East; 5. Meeting with Major-Gen. Arnold; 6. Intelligence Section(Operation) & Inter-Services Security BD; 7. Release of Economic Information for Publication in U.S.A. and Elsewhere 3 November 1942 Download PDF (1.15 MB)
56th 1. I.S.(0).- Increase of Establishment; 2. Work in Hand by the J.I.C. 17 November 1942 Download PDF (390 KB)
57th 1. Lord Bearsted's Committee on Japanese Armaments; 2. Responsbility for Coast Defence Intelligence; 3. Visit of I.S.T.D. Representative to the Middle East; 4. A Certain Operation - Leakage of Information; 5. Publicity of Preparations for a Certain Operation 24 November 1942 Download PDF (583 KB)
58th 1. Meeting with H.M. Ambassador to Moscow; 2. Operation "Torch" - Security 1 December 1942 Download PDF (507 KB)
59th 1. Meeting with H.M.Ambassador to Turkey; 2. Operation "Jubilee" - Security; 3. "Torch" - Intelligence; 4. "Weak/and Strong Spots" in Intelligence; 5. Limits of Italian Strategy and Policy; 6. Weekly Meetings of the Representatives of Country Sections of Intelligence Directorates 8 December 1942 Download PDF (1.04 MB)
60th 1. "Torch" - Intelligence; 2. Signal from SQ./LDR. ION; 3. Scale of Attack on the Basra/Abadan Area 11 December 1942 Download PDF (447 KB)
61st 1. "Weak and Strong Spots" in Intelligence; 2. Memorandum by M.I.5; 3. Operation "Jubilee" - Security; 4. Axis Oil Position in Europe - November 1942; 5. Order of Battle Aid Distribution of German Army; 6. Continuation of War Against Japan after Defeat of Germany & Italy 15 December 1942 Download PDF (713 KB)
62nd 1. Co-Ordination of Black Lists of Individuals Guilty of Atrocities; 2. School of Oriental and African Studies; 3. Japanese Shipping; 4. Press Publicity; 5. Limits of Italian Strategy and Policy 22 December 1942 Download PDF (713 KB)
63rd 1. Political Warfare Training School; 2. Foreign Morale - Preparation of Reports; 3. Passages Relating to Political Questions in Service Intelligence Summaries; 4. Intelligence in Spain 29 December 1942 Download PDF (491 KB)
i(Copy) War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1942. Numbers 1-63. Volume IV 1942 Download PDF (156 KB)
iii(Copy) Table of Contents 1942 Download PDF (5.66 MB)
1st(Copy) 1. Intelligence Section (Operations); 2. Charter of the I.S.S.B.; 3. Enemy Prisoners of War 6 January 1942 Download PDF (408 KB)
2nd(Copy) 1. Axis Oil Supplies for 1942; 2. Possible Allied Coup in Tunisia; 3. Disguised Priorities in Telegrams Sent Abroad; 4. Machinery for the Allotment of Priorities for Photographic Reconnaissance; 5. J.I.C. Machinery for Producing Papers; 6. Japanese Interpreters 13 January 1942 Download PDF (588 KB)
3rd(Copy) 1. Grading of Messages by the J.I.C., Washington; 2. Letter from the Secretary, J.I.C., Washington, Dated 10th January, 1942; 3. Supply of Information to the Dutch; 4. Liaison between Inter-Service Security Board and American Forces in N.I. 27 January 1942 Download PDF (414 KB)
4th(Copy) 1. Security at Gibraltar; 2. Exchange of Information on M.I.9 Activities with the Americans; 3. Meeting with Sir Earle Page and the High Commissioner for Australia 10 February 1942 Download PDF (707 KB)
5th(Copy) 1. Formation of a Combined Services Detailed Interrogation Centre in the Far East; 2. Political Warfare in Far East; 3. Service Printing Section at Cairo; 4. German Ground - Air Signals 17 February 1942 Download PDF (460 KB)
6th(Copy) 1. Disguised Priorities in Telegrams; 2. Communication of the Sub-Committee's Papers to U.S. Service Attachés in London; 3. The Interrogation of Aliens Arriving from Abroad; 4. Security at Ankara & Istanbul; 5. Formation of a C.S.D.I.C. for the Far East 24 February 1942 Download PDF (443 KB)
7th(Copy) 1. The Interrogation of Arrivals from Abroad; 2. Japanese Intentions; 3. Japanese Interpreters; 4. United States Joint Intelligence Committee Daily Summaries; 5. Formation of American Joint Intelligence CTTEE in London 3 March 1942 Download PDF (430 KB)
8th(Copy) 1. Formation of American Joint Intelligence Committee in London; 2. Intelligence in India and the Far East; 3. Unnecessary Length of Telegrams; 4. Liaison on W/T Security Matters with the Americans; 5. American Army Cyphers; 6. Joint Intelligence Staff Organisation; 7. Intelligence Section (Operations); 8. German Intentions; 9. Enemy Intentions 10 March 1942 Download PDF (891 KB)
9th(Copy) 1. Passing of J.I.C. Papers to the Commander-in-Chief, Home Forces; 2. The Interrogation of Aliens Arriving from Abroad; 3. Information for the J.I.C., Washington; 4. Present Fighting Value of the German Armed Forces; 5. Meeting with the American Service Representatives; 6. Distribution of Medal Telegrams 17 March 1942 Download PDF (587 KB)
10th(Copy) 1. Distribution of Telegrams; 2. Accommodation for the J.I.S; 3. Collection of Wireless Information from Japan; 4. Axis Threat to Allied Supplies in South America; 5. Intelligence Section(Operations); 6. J.I.S. Procedure; 7. Russian War Potential 24 March 1942 Download PDF (844 KB)
11th(Copy) 1. The Sub-Committee's Procedure; 2. Secret Intelligence Arrangements in the Far East; 3. Political and Security Situation in Syria and the Lebanon; 4. Intelligence Contacts by British Service Representatives Abroad; 5. Intelligence Organisation and Responsibility in India; 6. Work of the Joint Intelligence Staff; 7. American Joint Intelligence Committee in London; 8. Interrogation of Individuals for Special Purposes; 9. Circulation of Correspondence to Directors 31 March 1942 Download PDF (881 KB)
12th(Copy) 1. Proposed Radiotelephone Links between the United States and Various Empire Countries; 2. Intelligence Organisation and Responsibility in India; 3. Interrogation of Individuals for Special Purposes 3 April 1942 Download PDF (622 KB)
13th(Copy) 1. Contact with the United States in Questions of Operational Deception and Security; 2. The Study of Enemy Oil Resources 7 April 1942 Download PDF (422 KB)
14th(Copy) 1. Surveillance of French Activities in England; 2. Post War Security; 3. Instructions for the Handling of Certain Types of Intelligence 10 April 1942 Download PDF (319 KB)
15th(Copy) 1. American Co-Operation; 2. Information for the Chinese Military Attaché; 3. United States Military Attaché at Tangier; 4. Information to Be Passed to Contacts Abroad; 5. Intelligence in India and the Far East; 6. Invasion 1942: Information as to Enemy Resources Available; 7. Rumour Machinery 14 April 1942 Download PDF (1.37 MB)
16th(Copy) 1. Inter-Service Intelligence Organisations; 2. Correspondence from the British Legation in Berne; 3. Information from the M.E.I.C; 4. Urgent Intelligence Reports; 5. Invasion 1942 - Information as to Enemy Resources Available; 6. Enemy Oil Position 21 April 1942 Download PDF (510 KB)
17th(Copy) 1. Free French Cyphers; 3. Inter-Service Intelligence Organisations; 2. Intelligence Section(Operations); 4. Operations on the Continent; 5. Intelligence Section (Operations); 6. Inter-Service Topographical Dept. 24 April 1942 Download PDF (575 KB)
18th(Copy) 1. Intelligence Section (Operations); 2. Telegrams from the State Dept. to the U.S. Embassy in London; 3. Empax Telegrams; 4. Axis Threat to Allied Supplies from Latin America; 5. Operations on the Continent; 6. Urgent Intelligence Reports; 7. Grading of Intelligence; 8. Publication of British Casualties 28 April 1942 Download PDF (759 KB)
19th(Copy) 1. German Troop Movements to Norway; 2. Development of the Use of Air Transport by the Enemy; 3. Empax Telegrams; 4. Japanese Merchant Shipping; 5. The Sub-Committee's Reports; 6. Operations of the Continent 5 May 1942 Download PDF (556 KB)
20th(Copy) 1. Appreciations from C.-in-C., India; 2. Economic Intelligence in Far East; 3. Economic Section of M.E.I.C 12 May 1942 Download PDF (446 KB)
21st(Copy) 1. Axis Activities in South America; 2. The Japanese Armament Industry; 3. Information for the Middle East Intelligence Centre on Vichy Policy; 4. Joint Intelligence Organisation in India 19 May 1942 Download PDF (468 KB)
22nd(Copy) 1. Publication of Casualty Figures; 2. Combined Intelligence Organisation in Washington; 3. Information as to Enemy Resources; 4. Grading of Intelligence 26 May 1942 Download PDF (603 KB)
23rd(Copy) 1. Intelligence Section (Operations); 2. Combined Intelligence Centre; 3. Publication of Casualty Figures; 4. The Release of Economic Information for Publication in the U.S. and Elsewhere; 5. Co-Operation with G.H.Q., Home Forces 2 June 1942 Download PDF (628 KB)
24th(Copy) 1. P.R.U. Requirements - Gibraltar 5 June 1942 Download PDF (577 KB)
25th(Copy) 1. Intelligence Arrangements in India and the South-West Pacific; 2. Reports by the Political Warfare Executive on German Morale; 3. The Situation in China 9 June 1942 Download PDF (381 KB)
26th(Copy) 1. Form and Publication. of I.S.I.S. Publications; 2. Intelligence in Burma & Thailand; 3. Classification of Secret Documents; 4. Studies by the Political Warfare Executive of Axis Intentions and Reactions 12 June 1942 Download PDF (496 KB)
27th(Copy) 1. Channel for Requests for Certain Types of Intelligence; 2. Control of Communications in The Event of Invasion 26 June 1942 Download PDF (312 KB)
28th(Copy) 1. Inter-Services Topographical Dept; 2. Intelligence Section(Operations); 3. Colonel Donovan's Organisation; 4. Grading of Sub-Committee's Reports; 5. Cabinet War Room Record; 6. Intelligence for M.E.I.C; 7. Matters for Discussion next Week 30 June 1942 Download PDF (784 KB)
29th(Copy) 1. Inter-Services Topographical Dept; 2. Intelligence for the M.E.I.C. 3 July 1942 Download PDF (717 KB)
30th(Copy) 1. Statement by the Director of Military Intelligence; 2. Operational Security and the Work of the Controlling Officer 7 July 1942 Download PDF (434 KB)
31st(Copy) 1. Intelligence Section (Operations); 2. The Charter of the Intelligence Section (Operations); 3. Classification of Secret Documents; 4. Colonel Donovan's Organisation 10 July 1942 Download PDF (691 KB)
32nd(Copy) 1. Collection of Intelligence during Raids; 2. Report by Lieutenant Foster, RNVR on the J.I.C. in Washington 14 July 1942 Download PDF (482 KB)
33rd(Copy) 1. The Japanese Oil Position; 2. Control of Demands Made on ISTD; 3. Provision of Intelligence for Combined Operations by N.I.D. 17 July 1942 Download PDF (626 KB)
34th(Copy) 1. American Service Attaches in Mowcow; 2. Information for the U.S. Office of Strategic Services; 3. Collaboration between I.S.T.D. and U.S. Military and Naval Authorities; 4. S.O.E. Anglo-American Collaboration 22 July 1942 Download PDF (485 KB)
35th(Copy) 1. Collaboration between the Joint Intelligence and the Joint Planning Staffs; 2. Joint Intelligence Staff Procedure; 3. A German Offensive against Persia and Iraq 28 July 1942 Download PDF (490 KB)
36th(Copy) 1. Letter from Col. BEBB (Joint Intelligence Committee, Washington); 2. Interrogation of British Personnel in the Far East; 3. Meeting with General Strong 4 August 1942 Download PDF (1.77 MB)
37th(Copy) 1. Formation of Special Intelligence Units 11 August 1942 Download PDF (765 KB)
38th(Copy) Proposal for Monthly Reports on German Morale 14 August 1942 Download PDF (315 KB)
39th(Copy) 1. Release of Information Relating to the British War Potential; 2. Joint Planning Staff - Joint Intelligence Staff Collaboration; 3. Transfer of Personnel of M.I.9; 4. Intelligence Section (Operations) 18 August 1942 Download PDF (466 KB)
40th(Copy) 1. The Axis Oil Position in Europe - May 1942; 2. Intelligence Section (Operations); 3. Foreign Morale; Confidential Annex:- 1. The Axis Oil Position in Europe - May 1942. 2. Bombing Policy. 3. Enemy Reactions to Raiding Policy 25 August 1942 Download PDF (1.01 MB)
41st(Copy) 1. Meeting with H.M.Ambassador to Madrid; 2. Collaboration between the Joint Intelligence & Joint Planning Staffs 27 August 1942 Download PDF (1.04 MB)
42nd(Copy) 1. Axis Oil Position in Europe - May 1942; 2. Aerial Reconnaissance; 3. Bombing Policy; 4. Intelligence Section (Operations) 28 August 1942 Download PDF (529 KB)
43rd(Copy) 1. Intelligence in Burma; 2. Plans for the Recapture of Far Eastern Territories; 3. Co-Operation on Security Matters between the I.S.S.B. and C.C.O; 4. Japanese Oil 1 September 1942 Download PDF (580 KB)
44th(Copy) 1. Statement by Colonel Jacob; 2. Loss of Detailed Military Plan of a Certain Operation; 3. Co-Operation on Security Matters between the I.S.S.B. and C.O.Hq; 4. Prisoners of War; 5. Preparation of Information for Forthcoming Events; 6. Japan Armaments Committee; 7. Handbooks on Administration in Enemy & Enemy-Occupied Countries; 8. Exchange of Personnel Evacuated from Japan and Occupied China 8 September 1942 Download PDF (897 KB)
45th(Copy) 1. Prisoners of War; 2. Persons with a Knowledge of the Japanese Language 11 September 1942 Download PDF (447 KB)
46th(Copy) 1. Analysis of Enemy Fuel Samples; 2. Exchange of Personnel Evacuated from Japan and Occupied China; 3. Statement by Professor Noel Hall; 4. Japanese Shipping; 5. Activities of Certain Organisations in Gibraltar; 6. Air Photographs in Connexion with Certain Operations 15 September 1942 Download PDF (605 KB)
47th(Copy) 1. Meeting with Colonel Fiske; 2. Fighting French Cyphers in Gibraltar; 3. Activities of Certain Organisations in Gibraltar; 4. Signal Traffic and Security 18 September 1942 Download PDF (690 KB)
48th(Copy) 1. Loss of Detailed Military Plan of a Certain Operation; 2. Treatment of Prsioners of War; 3. Analysis of Enemy Fuel Samples; 4. Committees on Enemy Oil Position 22 September 1942 Download PDF (745 KB)
49th(Copy) 1. Accommodation for the I.S.S.B; 2. Accommodation for the I.S.(0); 3. Reconnaissance of Japanese Oil Installations & Possible Targets for Attack; 4. Communication of Special Information to a Certain U.S. Officer; 5. Plans for the Recapture of Far Eastern Territories; 6. Enemy Prisoners of War - Interrogation Reports for C.C.O; 7. Gibraltar; 8. Exchange of Personnel Evacuated from Japan and Occupied China; 9. Post-War Planning Section; 10. Composition of the Technical Sub-Committee on Axis Oil 29 September 1942 Download PDF (1.14 MB)
50th(Copy) 1. A Certain Operation - Leakage of Information; 2. Oil Targets in Axis-Occupied Europe 2 October 1942 Download PDF (497 KB)
51st(Copy) 1. German Casualties; 2. Post-War Security 6 October 1942 Download PDF (297 KB)
52nd(Copy) 1. Publication of Casualty Figures; 2. Centralisation of Press Reading; 3. Post-War Planning Section 16 October 1942 Download PDF (651 KB)
53rd(Copy) 1. Charter for I.S.S.B; 2. Centralisation of Press Reading; 3. Reciprocal Aid 20 October 1942 Download PDF (684 KB)
54th(Copy) 1. "Torch" - Security; 2. Axis Shipping Requirements; 3. Scheme for Assisted Escape of Certain Officers; 4. Joint Intelligence Committee - West Africa; 5. Collaboration with the Joint Planning Staff; 6. Statement by the Director of Military Intelligence 27 October 1942 Download PDF (543 KB)
55th(Copy) 1. Scheme for Assisted Escape of Certain Officers; 2. Captured Enemy Equipment; 3. Bombing Policy; 4. Intelligence for Political Warfare Planning in Far East; 5. Meeting with Major-Gen. Arnold; 6. Intelligence Section(Operation) & Inter-Services Security BD; 7. Release of Economic Information for Publication in U.S.A. and Elsewhere 3 November 1942 Download PDF (1.17 MB)
56th(Copy) 1. I.S.(0).- Increase of Establishment; 2. Work in Hand by the J.I.C. 17 November 1942 Download PDF (395 KB)
57th(Copy) 1. Lord Bearsted's Committee on Japanese Armaments; 2. Responsbility for Coast Defence Intelligence; 3. Visit of I.S.T.D. Representative to the Middle East; 4. A Certain Operation - Leakage of Information; 5. Publicity of Preparations for a Certain Operation 24 November 1942 Download PDF (590 KB)
58th(Copy) 1. Meeting with H.M. Ambassador to Moscow; 2. Operation "Torch" - Security 1 December 1942 Download PDF (523 KB)
59th(Copy) 1. Meeting with H.M.Ambassador to Turkey; 2. Operation "Jubilee" - Security; 3. "Torch" - Intelligence; 4. "Weak/and Strong Spots" in Intelligence; 5. Limits of Italian Strategy and Policy; 6. Weekly Meetings of the Representatives of Country Sections of Intelligence Directorates 8 December 1942 Download PDF (1.05 MB)
60th(Copy) 1. "Torch" - Intelligence; 2. Signal from SQ./LDR. ION; 3. Scale of Attack on the Basra/Abadan Area 11 December 1942 Download PDF (385 KB)
61st(Copy) 1. "Weak and Strong Spots" in Intelligence; 2. Memorandum by M.I.5; 3. Operation "Jubilee" - Security; 4. Axis Oil Position in Europe - November 1942; 5. Order of Battle Aid Distribution of German Army; 6. Continuation of War Against Japan after Defeat of Germany & Italy 15 December 1942 Download PDF (737 KB)
62nd(Copy) 1. Co-Ordination of Black Lists of Individuals Guilty of Atrocities; 2. School of Oriental and African Studies; 3. Japanese Shipping; 4. Press Publicity; 5. Limits of Italian Strategy and Policy 22 December 1942 Download PDF (724 KB)
63rd(Copy) 1. Political Warfare Training School; 2. Foreign Morale - Preparation of Reports; 3. Passages Relating to Political Questions in Service Intelligence Summaries; 4. Intelligence in Spain 29 December 1942 Download PDF (517 KB)
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