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File Title War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1944. Numbers 1-75. Volume VI
Reference CAB 81/92
Date 1944
Government Department Cabinet Office
File Accession Date 1970

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 British intelligence services; allied cooperation, including the sharing of intelligence; communications security, censorship, and the leakage of information; the escape and safety of allied prisoners in German captivity; arrangements for the occupation of Germany; German secret weapons; military situation reports; assessments of German military and economic strength, and Axis oil supplies; reconnaissance, aerial photography, and the collection of topographical intelligence; operational security for the invasion of Normandy; enemy morale; resistance movements; the effects of Allied bombing; and interpretation and interrogation.

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i War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1944. Numbers 1-75. Volume VI 1944 Download PDF (3.37 MB)
iv Table of Contents 1944 Download PDF (14.88 MB)
1 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 4 January 1944 Download PDF (5.26 MB)
2nd 1. Post-Armistice Collection of past Intelligence on Nazi Germany; 2. "Crossbow."; 3. Poland - Resistance Movement; 4. Estimate of Scale and Probability of Enemy Sabotage Operations in the Mediterranean; 5. Marking of Documents Containing Information from Most Secret Sources; 6. Organisation of Inter-Service Topographical Department, India; 7. German Manpower and Casualties 11 January 1944 Download PDF (4.78 MB)
3rd 1. Financial Position of Service Attaches; 2. Intelligence Representation of Future Conferences; 3. Leakages of Information Through Neutral Diplomatic Officials; 4. Intelligence for Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force and Head-Quarters, Army Groups; 5. Sphere of Responsibility and Function on the Intelligence Branch of the S.A.C. and Headquarters in the Field in the N.W. European Theatre of Operations; 6. Operations by O.S.S. in European Theatre; 7. Jutland Peninsula 18 January 1944 Download PDF (4.89 MB)
4th 1. C.S.D.I.C. (A.F.H.Q.) Policy; 2. Emergency Accommodation for I.S.S.B. and I.S. (0); 3. Italian Officers and Civilians Brought to U.K. For Intelligence Purposes; 4. Topographical Intelligence; 5. Development of J.I.C. Reports into C.I.C. Reports; 6. List of Papers in Hand by J.I.C.; 7. Arrangements for the Issue of Communiques Concerning Air Operations in Cross-Channel Operations; 8. Intelligence Representation at Future Conferences; 9. Inter-Service Topographical Department, (India); 10. American Director of Military Intelligence; 11. Effect of Allied Bombing on the Balkan Situation 25 January 1944 Download PDF (5.64 MB)
5th 1. Pocket Guide to Germany; 2. Co-Ordination of Non-Operational Intelligence in the Middle East and Persia and Iraq Command - Brigadier Allen's Report; 3. Security Intelligence, Middle East (S.I.M.E.); 4. Neutral Service Attaches; 5. Official Visits of Neutral Service Attaches; 6. Topographical Intelligence on Far East 1 February 1944 Download PDF (5.98 MB)
6th 1. S.O.E. and Polish Wireless Communications; 2. Co-Ordination of Security of "Overlord"; 3. Co-Ordination of Non-Operational Intelligence in the Middle East and Persia and Iraq Commands - Brigadier Allen's Report 8 February 1944 Download PDF (5.45 MB)
7th 1. Information on the Police and Para Military Organisations of Other Countries; 2. Operation "Caliph"; 3. Co-Ordination of Security of Overlord; 4. Meeting with Lt. Colonel J.D.P. Chapman., S.E.A.C.; 5. Japanese Battle Morale; 6. Crossbow - Intelligence from S.I.S. 15 February 1944 Download PDF (5.48 MB)
8th 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. 22 February 1944 Download PDF (7.24 MB)
9th 1. Directive to the Head of No.30 Military Mission; 2. Scale of Attack Against the United Kingdom; 3. Japanese Battle Morale; 4. Monthly Review of Conditions in Europe; 5. Soviet Foreign Policy after the War; 6. Movements of Neutral Attaches 29 February 1944 Download PDF (3.88 MB)
10th 1. Inter-Service Topographical Department in South-East Asia Command; 2. Japanese Naval Fuel Oil Consumption; 3. Report on Visit to the United States of the Assistant Chief of the Air Staff (Intelligence); 4. Reinforcements and Recruits for the Allied Forces in the United Kingdom; 5. Distribution of Papers to J.I.C. (M.E.) and to S.H.A.E.F.; 6. Appointment of an Assistant Chief of Staff (Intelligence) to the Allied Naval Commander Expeditionary Force; 7. Japanese Battle Morale; 8. No. 30 Military Mission; 9. Captured German Generals in the United Kingdom; 10. German Police Control in Germany To-Day 7 March 1944 Download PDF (6.81 MB)
11th 1. Reinforcements and Recruits for the Allied Forces in the U.K.; 2. Co-Ordination of Non-Operational Intelligence in the Middle East and Persia and Iraq Command - Brigadier Allen's Report; 3. Effects of the Bombing Offensive on the German War Effort; 4. Revised Terms of Reference for J.I.C. Report on Effects of the Bombing Offensive on the German War Effort 9 March 1944 Download PDF (3.85 MB)
12th 1. Japanese Battle Morale; 2. Demolition of U-Boat Bases and Other Installations in the Liberated Territories; 3. Control of Places of Residence of Neutral Service Attaches and Diplomatic Officials; 4. Security of Cyphers Used by the Armed Forces of the French National Committee and of the Allied Governments in Exile; 5. Co-Ordination of Non-Operational Intelligence in the Middle East and Persia and Iraq Command - Brigadier Allen's Report; 6. M.E.W. Representative on the Joint Intelligence Staff; 7. Economic and Industrial Planning Staff (E.I.P.S.); 8. Appointment of New Director of Military Intelligence 14 March 1944 Download PDF (4.92 MB)
13th 1. Monthly Review of Conditions in Europe; 2. Lord Bearsted's Committee on Japanese Armament; 3. Co-Ordination with the United States of Intelligence on the Far East 21 March 1944 Download PDF (2.51 MB)
14th 1. Meeting with Brigadier General P.E. Peabody U.S. Military Attache in London; 2. Visit of Mr Berle of the United States State Department; 3. Post-War Security in Relation to Disclosure of Secret Information; 4. The Use of Diplomatic Carriers into or out of Switzerland; 5. Evacuation of University Premises at Present Occupied by the Inter-Service Topographical Committee; 6. German Manpower and Casualties; 7. Situation of the Wastern Front and in South East Europe; 8. Information for J.I.C. Washington; 9. Security of Cyphers Used by the Armed Forces of the French National Committee and of the Allied Governments in Exile; 10. Non-Germans in Germany and in the German Armed Forces; 11. German Shortages of Munitions of War 28 March 1944 Download PDF (5.39 MB)
15th 1. Security of "Overlord"; 2. Security of Allied Cyphers; 3. Bombing Policy for "Overlord" 4 April 1944 Download PDF (1.79 MB)
16th 1. Reorganisation of the Control of Royal Air Force Photographic Intelligence; 2. J.I.C. Comments on Appreciations from Abroad; 3. Preparation of J.I.C. Appreciations; 4. Security of "Overlord" - Special Operations by Sea; 5. Visit of Major-General Bissell, United States Director of Military Intelligence, and of Brigadier-General White, United States Assistant Chief of Air Staff, (Intelligence.) 11 April 1944 Download PDF (3.90 MB)
17th 1. The Effect on the German Oil Situation of the Loss of the Roumanian, Hungarian, Polish and Esthonian, Oilfields; 2. French Resistance; 3. Basic Handbooks on Far Eastern Territories; 4. The Balkan Satellite Situation - Estimate by J.I.C.(A.F.); 5. Priorities of Return of Certain Officers 18 April 1944 Download PDF (3.86 MB)
18th 1. The Effect on the German Oil Situation of the Loss of the Roumanian, Hungarian, Polish and Esthonian Oilfields; 2. Enemy Branch (Foreign Office and Ministry of Economic Warfare); 3. Future of Interservice Intelligence Bodies; 4. Post-Armistice Collection of Intelligence on Nazi Germany; 5. Intelligence Organisation - South East Asia and India Commands; 6. Japanese Shipping Needs - Lord Finlay's Committee; 7. Booklets for Soldiers Proceeding to European and Neutral Countries; 8. British Personnel at Ankara; 9. Change in Organisation of the Directorate of Military Intelligence, War Office 25 April 1944 Download PDF (4.95 MB)
19th 1. SHAEF - Appreciation No.3 by Combined Intelligence Staff; 2. Interservice Combined Survey, Algiers; 3. Visit of Major General K.W.D. Strong, Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, A.F.H.Q.; 4. Braddock Ii; 5. Booklets for Soldiers Proceeding to European Neutral Countries; 6. Cross-Channel Explosions; 7. German General Officer Captured in Crete 2 May 1944 Download PDF (5.02 MB)
20th 1. Air Reconnaissance of Enemy Oilfields; 2. The Effects of Air Operations Against the Balkans; 3. Reorganisation of the Control of Royal Air Force Photographic Intelligence; 4. Post Armistice Collection of Intelligence on Nazi Germany; 5. Request by Admiral Kharlamov to Witness "Overlord"; 6. Allied Machinery in Germany during the Period of Occupation; 7. Service Leave in Eire; 8. Scale of Attack Against Iceland (C) 9 May 1944 Download PDF (3.77 MB)
21st 1. Co-Ordination of Views Between JIC and G-2, Shaef; 2. Estimate of German Appreciation of "Overlord"; 3. Encouragement of Desertion of Russian and Other Foreign Soldiers in the German Army; 4. "Overlord" - Security; 5. Proposal to Create Free German Movement in the United Kingdom; 6. Intelligence in Relation to the Control Machinery for Germany; 7. Pre- and Post-Armistice Collection of Intelligence on Nazi Germany; 8. Cross Channel Explosions; 9. Effects of the Bombing Offensive on the German War Effort 16 May 1944 Download PDF (7.89 MB)
22nd 1. Duties and Responsibilities of the Joint Topographical Reconnaissance Committee; 2. Proposal to Attack the Trepca Lead Mines; 3. Progress and Effects of the Strategic Bombing Offensive in South-East Europe up to 30th April, 1944; 4. J.I.C. Special Sub-Committee of Intelligence Priorities; 5. The Oil Position in Axis Europe; 6. Proposal to Create Free German Movement in the United Kingdom; 7. Escape and Evasion Training; 8. Security Arrangements - "Overlord"; 9. Ground Photographs and Pictures Provided by the Public; 10. Allied Broadcasts; 11. Deputy Director of Military Intelligence (Plans) 23 May 1944 Download PDF (6.56 MB)
23rd 1. Constitution & Procedure of Intelligence Priorities Committee; 2. Supply of Intelligence to Organisations Set up to Deal with Conditions in Europe after "Overlord" has been Launched and during the Post Hostilities Period; 3. Co-Ordination of Views Between JIC and G-2, Shaef 30 May 1944 Download PDF (5.17 MB)
24th 1. Facilities for British Andrussian Military Mission; 2. Opposition to an Allied Landing on the Greek Mainland; 3. Intelligence Priorities Committee; 4. Meeting of the Sub-Committee; 5. Co-Ordination of Views Between JIC and G-2, Shaef; 6. Security Arrangements - Press Communiques 6 June 1944 Download PDF (5.09 MB)
25th 1. Secrecy of Certain Meteorological Reports 9 June 1944 Download PDF (2.14 MB)
26th 1. Co-Ordination of Intelligence in the Far East with the United States; 2. Prisoners of War in Germany; 3. Overlord Security - Censorship Leakages; 4. Scandinavia; 5. German Withdrawal from the Balkans, Italy and Southern France 14 June 1944 Download PDF (2.96 MB)
27th 1. Facilities for British and Russian Military Missions; 2. JIC Papers on the Effects of Allied Bombing; 3. Optel Telegrams; 4. Appreciation for Shaef on German Situation in Finland after Finland Capitulates 19 June 1944 Download PDF (3.26 MB)
28th 1. Combined Intelligence Priorities Committee; 2. Co-Ordination of Intelligence in the Far East with the United States; 3. Situation in China; 4. Prisoners of War in Germany; 5. Reports on German Oil Situation; 6. Central Interpretation Unit 20 June 1944 Download PDF (5.01 MB)
29th 1. Priority for Clandestine Repatriation of Escaped Prisoners of War in Switzerland; 2. Financial Position of Service Attaches 23 June 1944 Download PDF (2.08 MB)
30th 1. Visits of Service Attaches to Normandy; 2. German Withdrawal from Southern France. (Estimate by J.I.C. Algiers); 3. German Intentions and Capabilities with Regard to the Pisa-Rimini Defences (Estimate by J.I.C. Algiers); 4. Co-Ordination of Intelligence on the Far East with the United States; 5. Post War Organisation of Intelligence; 6. Combined Intelligence Priorities Committee; 7. Proposed Sino-British Intelligence Collaboration; 8. Intelligence from the Inter-Service Topographical Department for the Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force 27 June 1944 Download PDF (5.67 MB)
31st 1. Chieftel Telegrams; 2. Japanese Battle Morale; 3. Optel Telegrams; 4. Enemy Reaction to an Allied Break Through the Rimini-Pisa Defences (Estimate by J.I.C. Algiers); 5. Prisoners-Of-War of Russian Nationality Captured in Normandy; 6. Passage of Chrome Through Salonika; 7. Japanese Strategy; 8. Opposition to "Overlord"; 9. Combined Intelligence Priorities Committee 4 July 1944 Download PDF (4.18 MB)
32nd 1. The Responsibility for Provision of Joint Intelligence on the Balkans; 2. Proposed Sino-British Intelligence Collaboration; 3. Visits of Service Attaches to Normandy; 4. Estimate of Japan's Present Position and its Potentialities; 5. Probable Enemy Reaction to Occupation of Corfu after its Evacuation by the Germans; 6. Crossbow; 7. Combined Intelligence Priorities Committee 11 July 1944 Download PDF (6.16 MB)
33rd 1. Dominions' Interest in the Combined Intelligence Priorities Committee; 2. Pocket Guide to Austria (Security Paragraph); 3. Messages from Enemy Wireless Stations 14 July 1944 Download PDF (2.24 MB)
34th 1. General Bissell's Tour; 2. Army Photographic Interpretation Requirements for the War Against Japan; 3. Reports from J.I.C., S.H.A.E.F.; 4. B.W. Intelligence Committee; 5. Possible Leakage at Archangel; 6. Transfer of Personnel from Royal Navy and Royal Air Force to Army 18 July 1944 Download PDF (4.68 MB)
35th 1. German Reactions to Attacks on a Certain Area; 2. Oil Requirements of the German Armed Forces; 3. Proposed Sino-British Intelligence Collaboration; 4. German Withdrawal from the Balkans; 5. Value of Sumatran Oil Supplies to the Enemy; 6. Joint Photographic Reconnaissance Committee; 7. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 8. Imminence of Bigben; 9. "Crossbow" Investigations; 10. Visit of General Burrows 25 July 1944 Download PDF (4.23 MB)
36th 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 28 July 1944 Download PDF (2.53 MB)
37th 1. Proposed Sino-British Intelligence Collaboration; 2. Visit of Lieut. Gen. M.B. Burrows; 3. Supply Organisation for Bigben; 4. Enemy Capabilities in the North Atlantic Area; 5. Attitude of the Balkan Satellites should Turkey Break Relations with Germany; 6. The Responsibility for Provision of Joint Intelligence on the Balkans 1 August 1944 Download PDF (4.53 MB)
38th 1. General Form of German Collapse; 2. Employment of Aliens by Officers; 3. Claims for Services by Allied Nationals after the War; 4. Braddock Ii; 5. Japanese Battle Morale; 6. Proposed Sino-British Intelligence Collaboration 8 August 1944 Download PDF (4.77 MB)
39th 1. Revision of Optel; 2. Pocket Guide to Austria (Security Paragraph); 3. Information and Intelligence on Biological Warfare; 4. Photographic Interpretation Requirements for the War Against Japan 11 August 1944 Download PDF (2.34 MB)
40th 1. Collection of Topographical Intelligence for Liberated and Occupied Territories; 2. Intelligence Objectives in Soviet Zone of Occupation in Germany; 3. Visits of Service Attaches to Normandy; 4. Employment of Aliens by Officers 15 August 1944 Download PDF (3.66 MB)
41st 1. German Manpower from the 1st October, 1943 to 31st December 1944; 2. Post War Exchange of Photographs Between the United States and the United Kingdom; 3. Post Hostilities Planning Staff - Intelligence Organisation; 4. Biological Warfare; 5. Intelligence Objectives in Soviet Zone of Occupation in Germany 18 August 1944 Download PDF (2.82 MB)
42nd 1. Co-Ordination of Far East Intelligence; 2. Use of Post Office Radio Telephone Transmitter by the Poles; 3. Japanese Oil; 4. Enemy Reaction to an Allied Breakthrough the Rimini-Pisa Defences; 5. Attack on the German Governmental Machine; 6. Invitation to Major General Strong and Major General West to Meet the Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee 22 August 1944 Download PDF (5.12 MB)
43rd 1. Bombing Targets in the Balkans; 2. Telegraphic Channels to India; 3. Reports from J.I.C. Cairo; 4. J.I.C. Conference on Co-Ordination of Far East Intelligence 25 August 1944 Download PDF (3.10 MB)
44th 1. Conference on Co-Ordination of Far East Intelligence; 2. Exchange of Information on German Weapon Developments with U.S.S.R.; 3. Request for Visit of Chinese Officers to Normandy; 4. Request for a Visit by Chinese Technical Officers to England; 5. Torch Orders for the Russians 29 August 1944 Download PDF (5.31 MB)
45th 1. Future Organisation of Photographic Recce; 2. British-U.S. Documents Section for Japanese War - Japanese-Speaking Personnel; 3. Collection of Topographical Intelligence in Liberated or Occupied Territory; 4. Request for Visit of Chinese Officers to Normandy; 5. Conference on Co-Ordination of Far East Intelligence 1 September 1944 Download PDF (5.41 MB)
46th 1. Conference on Co-Ordination of Far East Intelligence; 2. Visits of Service Attaches; 3. Security Classification of "Mulberries"; 4. Prisoners of War: Security on Cessation of Hostilities; 5. Organisation of Political Intelligence in the Mediterranean - J.I.C.(AF) Note to J.I.C. Cairo; 6. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 7. British Joint Secretary for the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 8. German Situation in the Balkans; 9. Release of Radar Equipment 5 September 1944 Download PDF (4.09 MB)
47th 1. Clerical Staff for I.S.T.D., S.E.A.C.; 2. I.S.T.D. Representatives with "T" Force; 3. Combined Intelligence Committee; 4. Request for Visit of Chinese Officers to France and Italy; 5. Weaknesses in Germany's Capacity to Resist; 6. Composition of the British J.I.C. in Washington; 7. Balkan Review; 8. Co-Ordination of Far East Intelligence 12 September 1944 Download PDF (4.27 MB)
48th 1. Control Commission Intelligence Organisation; 2. Control Commission Intelligence Organisation Provision of Staffs 15 September 1944 Download PDF (5.16 MB)
49th 1. British J.I.C. Washington; 2. Prisoners of War - Security after Release; 3. Information to be Disclosed by Prisoners of War Captured by the Japanese; 4. Proposed Registry of Language Speakers; 5. Intelligence Training of Staffs Going to the Far East; 6. Post War Intelligence in Persia and Iraq; 7. Postal and Telegraph Censorship Reports - Germany; 8. Security of Deception; 9. Security of Deception - Liaison with the Russians; 10. Post War Security in Relation Ti Disclosure of Secret Information; 11. Operation "Overlord" - W.T. Security and Deception Measures; 12. Monitoring of German W/t Communications - Intelligence for Ccms 19 September 1944 Download PDF (6.52 MB)
50th 1. Future of the Inter-Service Topographical Department; 2. Possible Behaviour of Enemy Towards Allied Prisoners of War on German Collapse; 3. Military Security Policy after the German Surrender; 4. Post-War Security in Relation to the Disclosure of Secret Information; 5. Information for the Turks Regarding Russia; 6. Proposed Combined Services Japanese Section, G-2, S.H.A.E.F. 26 September 1944 Download PDF (4.37 MB)
51st 1. Escape and Evasion Training; 2. School for Japanese Interpreters in Canada; 3. Proposed Combined Services Japanese Section G-2, S.H.A.E.F.; 4. Weekly Balkan Review by A.F.H.Q.; 5. Grey List 3 October 1944 Download PDF (3.85 MB)
52nd 1. London Joint Target Group 6 October 1944 Download PDF (2.77 MB)
53rd 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 10 October 1944 Download PDF (7.45 MB)
54th 1. Post War Intelligence in Persia and Iraq; 2. Military Security Policy after the Defeat of Germany; 3. Possible Ejection of Japanese from Neutral Countries in Interests of Security; 4. Aerial Survey of Europe 17 October 1944 Download PDF (1.93 MB)
55th 1. London Joint Target Group 20 October 1944 Download PDF (1.98 MB)
56th 1. French Request for Exchange of German and Japanese Order of Battle; 2. Possible Ejection of Japanese from Neutral Countries in Interest of Security; 3. Reports by Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee Overseas; 4. Russia's Strategic Interests from the Point of View of Her Security 24 October 1944 Download PDF (3.36 MB)
57th 1. Photographic Reconnaissance and Photographic Interpretation in South East Asia Command 27 October 1944 Download PDF (1.87 MB)
58th 1. Post-War Intelligence in Persia and India,; 2. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 3. Chairmanship of Grey List Sub-Committee of C.I.O.S.; 4. Present Situation on the Franco-Spanish Frontier; 5. Trends of German War Effort; 6. Bulgarian Request for Information of German Forces; 7. Visits of Chinese Military Attaches to Theatres of Operations 31 October 1944 Download PDF (4.16 MB)
59th 1. Allied Control Commissions; 2. Statement of Progress Made Towards Implementing the Recommendations of the Far Eastern Conference; 3. Censorship Policy after German Surrender; 4. Research into Pre-Armistice German Army Affairs; 5. Bombing Survey Group; 6. Enemy Intentions in Venezia Giulia; 7. Visit of the Director of Naval Intelligence to Washington; 8. Allocation of Personnel with Knowledge of Far Eastern Countries and Languages; 9. Proposed Combined Services Japanese Section, G-2, S.H.A.E.F. 7 November 1944 Download PDF (4.34 MB)
60th 1. Priorities Guidance to S.H.A.E.F. Regarding Captured Documents on Germany; 2. Research into Pre-Armistice German Army Affairs 10 November 1944 Download PDF (1.79 MB)
61st 1. German Manpower from 1st July to 31st Dec.44; 2. Grey List; 3. Issue of Optel Telegrams to British Control Commissions; 4. Possible Ejection of the Japanese from Neutral Countries in the Interests of Security 14 November 1944 Download PDF (4.57 MB)
62nd 1. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Meeting with Colonel Montague, United States Joint Intelligence Staff; 2. Allocation of Personnel with Knowledge of Far East Countries and Languages - Meeting with Sir Theodore Adams 16 November 1944 Download PDF (3.30 MB)
63rd 1. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Secretariat and Staff; 2. Co-Ordination of British Activities in China; 3. London Joint Target Group-Review of Progress; 4. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee (I) Investigating Personnel (II) Release of Information 17 November 1944 Download PDF (2.66 MB)
64th 1. Photographic Reconnaissance; 2. Scale of Attack, Iceland - North of Scotland Area; 3. Possible Development of the Enemy Situation on the South Eastern and Italian Fronts; 4. Enemy Intentions in Crete and the Dodecanese Islands 21 November 1944 Download PDF (1.48 MB)
65th 1. Research into Pre-Armistice German Army Affairs - Further Consideration of Directive; 2. London Joint Target Group; 3. Aerial Survey on Europe; 4. Photographic Reconnaissance; 5. Proposed Amalgamation of Combined Intelligence Centre, Iraq, with G.S. (I) G.H.Q. Persia and Iraq; 6. Priorities Guidance to S.H.A.E.F. Regarding Captured German Documents 24 November 1944 Download PDF (3.79 MB)
66th 1. Exchange of Information on German Weapon Developments with the Russians; 2. Approach to the Russians Concerning the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 3. Meeting with Brigadier R.V. Hume, Late Director of Military Intelligence, Middle East; 4. British Bombing Research Mission, Access to German Archives and Records; 5. Treatment of German Records and Archives; 6. Exchange of Information with the Chinese Director of Military Intelligence 28 November 1944 Download PDF (4.69 MB)
67th 1. Allocation of Personnel with Knowledge of Far Eastern Languages; 2. Service Attaches for Italy; 3. Priority for Photographical Reconnaissance; 4. Research into Pre-Armistice German Army Forces 1 December 1944 Download PDF (4.43 MB)
68th 1. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Release of Information to Civil Industries; 2. Bombing Research Missions; 3. German Secret Weapons; 4. Liaison an Exchange of Intelligence with the Russians; 5. German Warning to Prisoners of War on Dangers of Future Escapes; 6. Mobile Microgram Teams; 7. The Enemy's Estimate of Possible Allied Intentions on the Southern Front during the Coming Months; 8. The Enemy's Intentions South of the PO after the Loss of Ravenna and Bologna. (Estimate by J.I.C., A.F.); 9. Report on Deception Prepared by 12th Army Group; 10. Betrayal of Information by Prisoners of War 5 December 1944 Download PDF (8.42 MB)
69th 1. Air Photography for Post-War Intelligence and Survey Purposes in Europe and the Middle East 7 December 1944 Download PDF (2.49 MB)
70th 1. Prisoners of War in Canada; 2. Military Security Policy after the Defeat of Germany; 3. Research into Pre-Armistice German Army Affairs 8 December 1944 Download PDF (2.86 MB)
71st 1. Possible Ejection of Japanese from Neutral Countries in Interests of Security; 2. Air Photography for Post War Intelligence and Survey Purposes in Europe and Middle East; 3. Future Organisation of Photographic Reconnaissance; 4. Military Security Policy after Defeat of Germany; 5. Attack on Gestapo Headquarters, Oslo.; 6. C.I.O.S. - Information for A.F.H.Q. 12 December 1944 Download PDF (5.01 MB)
72nd 1. Treatment of Enemy Consulates; 2. Membership of the Combined Intelligence Sub-Committee; 3. Inclusion of Austria in Work of C.I.O.S; 4. German Strategy & Capacity to Resist; 5. Air Photography for Post-War Intelligence & Survey Purposes, Europe & Middle East; 6. Scale of Enemy Attack Against Scheldt & Antwerp; 7. Scale of Enemy Attack Against Cherbourg; 8. German Intentions in Holland; 9. Japanese Future Operations in China; 10. Exchange of Information with Chinese D.M.I. 19 December 1944 Download PDF (5.49 MB)
73rd 1. C.I.O.S. - Release of Information to Civil Industries 22 December 1944 Download PDF (1.17 MB)
74th 1. Potential Leak in the Blockade of Japan; 2. Post War Scale of Attack on Ports in India 27 December 1944 Download PDF (1.70 MB)
75th 1. U.S. Proposal to European Advisory Commission for Aggreements on Mutual Exchange of Intelligence Information; 2. Japanese Interpreters from Canada; 3. Security of Deception 29 December 1944 Download PDF (3.86 MB)
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