War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1944. Numbers 1-75. Volume VI > 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
|Document Title||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|
|Document Date||3 October 1944|
|Conflicts||Second World War|
|Themes||Intelligence Organisation and Administration, Intelligence Operations|
|Regions||East Asia, Europe, North America, South Asia|
|Countries||Canada, Germany, Great Britain, India, Japan|
|Document Type||Meeting Minutes|
|Organisations||Chiefs of Staff, Foreign Office, Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee|
|People||Victor Cavendish-Bentinck, Edward King-Salter, Geoffrey Vickers|
1. Honours and Awards; 2. Adequacy of Pre-War Intelligence; 3. Analysis of Germany's Final Collapse; 4. Enquiry Into the Effects of Our Political Warfare Against Germany; 5. Insecurity of Chinese Cyphers; 6. Possibility of Major Arab Disturbances in Palestine; 7. German Atrocities; 8. Intelligence Organisation in the Middle East; 9. Japanese Strategy; 10. Political Intelligence Report by S.H.A.E.F.; 11. Interrogation of Prominent Germans; 12. Disposal of Captured German Intelligence Officers; 13. Civilian Deputy Director, F.I.A.T., S.H.A.E.F.; 14. Measures of Censorship Control Following a Removal of War Time Censorship
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. 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.
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.
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
1. German Generals in British Hands; 2. Personnel for the Combined Services Detailed Interrogation Centre; 3. Information for the French; 4. Handling of Japanese Documents by S.H.A.E.F.; 5. Post-War Research Missions; 6. J.I.C. Reports for the British Pacific Fleet; 7. Present Allied Bombing Policy Against Enemy's Supply and Communications System in Italy; 8. Repercussions of the Situation on the Eastern Front on the German Forces in Italy; 9. Distribution of Optel Telegrams - Security and Distribution; 10. C.I.O.S. - U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe; 11. C.I.O.S. - Acting Chairman; 12. Future of C.I.O.S.; 13. C.I.O.S. - Representation of Control Commission (British Element and U.S. Group.); 14. Air Intelligence Targets - Areas Under Russian Control
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
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. Post-War Research Missions - An Economic Post-Mortem; 2. Commendation by the Combined Intelligence Committee for the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 3. German Measures for Operational Security and Deception; 4. Signals Security; 5. Co-Ordination of Clandestine Activities in China; 6. Political Developments in France and Belgium and Their Effect on the Military Situation; 7. Enemy Movements in Holland; 8. Appreciation for S.H.A.E.F.; 9. Probable Reactions of Jewish Personnel in His Majesty's Forces and Polish Units to Jewish Disturbances in Palestine; 10. C.I.O.S. Targets in Austria and Hungary