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File Title War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1945. Numbers 1-83. Volume VII
Reference CAB 81/93
Date 1945
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 during and after the Second World War; allied cooperation and the sharing of intelligence; communications security; military and political situation reports; efforts to encourage the collapse of Germany; the capture of German documents and archives; the sharing of technical information with the Soviet Union; arrangements for the occupation of Germany; war crimes and the prosecution of war criminals; gathering of intelligence about atomic energy and warfare; and investigations into the success of intelligence operations and the effects of bombing during the war.

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i Front Cover 1945 Download PDF (1.30 MB)
iii Table of Contents 1945 Download PDF (11.02 MB)
1st 1. Intelligence in the Far East; 2. Technical Information for Foreign Governments; 3. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 4. Prospects of German Collapse or Surrender; 5. Possible Development of the Enemy's Situation on the Southern Front During Next 2 Months; 6. The Possibility of Enemy Counter Offensive Action in Italy; 7. C.I.O.S.-Release of Information to Civil Industries 2 January 1945 Download PDF (2.16 MB)
2nd 1. Staff Requirements for I.S.T.D. of S.E.A.C.; 2. C.I.O.S. - Targets in Hungary and Austria 5 January 1945 Download PDF (1.16 MB)
3rd 1. W/T Cover and Deception in TIE Eastern Theatre; 2. Leakages to Japan of Information Provided by Chinese Missions; 3. Exchange of Information on German Weapon Developments with the U.S.S.R.; 4. C.I.O.S. - Representation of Control Commission; 5. Japanese Manpower; 6. Use of Chemical Warfare by Germans: Weekly Appreciation; 7. German Measures for Operational Security and Deception; 8. Political Developments in France & Belgium and Their Effect on Military Operations 9 January 1945 Download PDF (3.01 MB)
4th 1. C.I.O.S. - Exchange of Information on German Weapon Development with U.S.S.R.; 2. C.I.O.S. - Release of Information to Industry; 3. Bombing of Berlin; 4. Intelligence Picture of Bombing of Germany; 5. German Generals in British Hands; 6. The Argentine - Assistance to Germany; 7. Sir Henry Tizard's Enquiry into the Future Development of Weapons of War; 8. I.S.T.D. - S.E.A.C. 16 January 1945 Download PDF (3.71 MB)
5th 1. C.I.O.S. - Targets in Austria and Hungary; 2. Priorities for Photographic Reconnaissance; 3. Invitation to Sir Theodore Adams by the F.O.; 4. Report by Sir T. Adams on Visit to S.E.A.C. & India; 5. Information for the Chinese; 6. Clandestine Activities in China & French Indo-China; 7. Deception Plans - Exclusion of Histories; 8. Probable Jewish Reaction & Potential Threat of Jewish Forces in Palestine in Certain Eventualities 23 January 1945 Download PDF (3.28 MB)
6th 1. Treatment of German Records & Archives 24 January 1945 Download PDF (1.97 MB)
7th 1. Censorship During the Transition Period 29 January 1945 Download PDF (856 KB)
8th 1. Japenese Speaking Personnel for I.S.L.D.; 2. Staff Requirements for Inter-Services Topographical Dept., S.E.A.C.; 3. Future of the I.S.T.D.; 4. Wireless Deception in Operation "Overlord"; 5. C.I.L.S. - Targets in Austria and Hungary 2 February 1945 Download PDF (3.15 MB)
9th 1. Co-Ordination of Intelligence - Far East; 2. Plan Bassington; 3. Exchange of Information on German Weapon Development with the U.S.S.R.; 4. Weekly Review by J.I.C., A.F.H.Q., On the Situation in the Balkans; 5. German Strategy in the West During the Next Two Months; 6. Leakage to Japan of Information Provided by Chinese Service Attaches; 7. C.I.O.S. - Release of Information to Industry; 8. Air Intelligence Targets in Areas Under Russian Control; 9. The Speer Ministry of Armaments and War Production; 10. Deputy Chairman, Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee 6 February 1945 Download PDF (3.16 MB)
10th 1. C.I.O.S. Contact with German Nationals; 2. Black List Investigations in the Russian Zone; 3. Appointment of C.I.O.S. Executives; 4. Staff Requirements for I.S.T.D.; 5. Proposed Air Attack on a German Headquarters in Denmark; 6. Photographic Reconnaissance of Targets in the Vicinity of the Russian Forces 9 February 1945 Download PDF (2.83 MB)
11th 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 13 February 1945 Download PDF (3.72 MB)
12th 1. Allocation of Personnel with Special Qualifications to Civil Affairs, Burma 16 February 1945 Download PDF (1.14 MB)
13th 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 20 February 1945 Download PDF (2.74 MB)
14th 1. Methods of Breaking German Will to Resist; 2. Co-Ordination of Clandestine Activities in China 23 February 1945 Download PDF (2.21 MB)
15th 1. Post War Organisation of Intelligence; 2. Intelligence Responsibilities of the Political Warfare Executive; 3. Relationship of the Sub-Committee to the Combined Strategic Targets Committee; 4. Possible Transfer of German Armour Back to the West in the Spring; 5. Priorities for Photographic Reconnaissance; 6. Security of Deception; 7. Charter for the Photographic Reconnaissance Board in S.E.A.C.; 8. Leakage of Information to Japan; 9. Visit of Attaches to Belgium and Holland 27 February 1945 Download PDF (3.82 MB)
16th 1. Air Photography for Post War Intelligence and Survey Purposes in Europe and the Middle East; 2. Anti-Nazi Military Movement in Germany; 3. Priorities for Photographic Reconnaissance; 4. P.W.E. Basic Handbooks 2 March 1945 Download PDF (2.43 MB)
17th 1. Treatment of German Records and Archives; 2. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Proposed Directive to SHAEF; 3. Methods of Breaking the German Will to Resist; 4. Plan Clarion; 5. The Enemy Situation and Possible Intentions in Italy, Hungary and Yugoslavia; 6. German Strategy and Capacity to Resist; 7. Japan Strategy; 8. Co-Ordination of Clandestine Activities in China 6 March 1945 Download PDF (2.99 MB)
18th 1. Co-Ordination of Clandestine Activities in China; 2. Scientific Intelligence; 3. Likely Conditions in the Areas of Germany Overrun by the Allied Armies; 4. Japanese Strategy; 5. Methods of Breaking the German Will to Resist; 6. German Espionage Activities in Spanish Morocco; 7. Security of Deception; 8. The Effect of the Defeat of Germany on Japanese Strategy; 9. Appointment of Service Attaches to Italian Missions Abroad 13 March 1945 Download PDF (3.74 MB)
19th 1. Research Into Pre-Armistice German Army Affairs; 2. Reproduction of Reports by the C.I.O.S. Field Teams; 3. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Proposed Directive to SHAEF; 4. C.I.O.S. Secretariat - Proposed Increase of Strength 16 March 1945 Download PDF (1.85 MB)
20th 1. Enemy Aliens Brought to TEE U.K. in Connection with C.I.O.S. Operations; 2. Treatment of German Records and Archives; 3. German Embassies and Consulates in Neutral Countries; 4. Signals Security; 5. Attendance of Director of Intelligence, S.E.A.C. (Designate) at J.I.C. Meetings; 6. Japanese Strategy; 7. Activities of German Intelligence Service in France and Belgium; 8. Ability of German Army in the West to Continue the War 20 March 1945 Download PDF (3.13 MB)
21st 1. Allocation of Personnel with Knowledge of Far Eastern Languages - Report; 2. Allocation of Personnel with Knowledge of Far Eastern Languages - Canadian NISEI; 3. The Use of Air Photography in Europe and the Middle East for Survey and Intelligence After the War 23 March 1945 Download PDF (1.62 MB)
22nd 1. Treatment of German Records and Archives; 2. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Proposed Directive to SHAEF; 3. Appointment of C.I.O.S. Executive; 4. Japanese Strategy; 5. Insecurity of Chinese Cyphers; 6. Conditions in Holland and Their Effect on the Military Situation - Report by J.I.C., SHAEF; 7. Special Intelligence Concerning P.O.W. Camps in Western Germany 27 March 1945 Download PDF (3.65 MB)
23rd 1. Technical Sub-Committee on Axis Oil (Hartley Committee); 2. C.I.O.S. - French Collaboration; 3. C.S.D.I.C. - Exchange of Information with the French; 4. Exchange of Information with the Russians on Operation "Crossbow"; 5. Japanese Strategy; 6. Plan Bassington; 7. Secretariat of the Inter-Services Security Board for South East Asia and India Commands; 8. Visit of Turkish D.M.I. to Italy; 9. German Garrisons in France 3 April 1945 Download PDF (2.90 MB)
24th 1. Treatment of German Archives, Records and Documents - Establishment of a Panel; 2. Treatment of German Archives, Records and Documents - Report of Sub-Committee No. 2; 3. Despatch of Intelligence Material from Washington; 4. Measures of Censorship Control Following Removal of War-Time Censorship; 5. Japanese Documents 6 April 1945 Download PDF (2.56 MB)
25th 1. Form of Allied Occupation of Germany; 2. British Representation on Joint Target Group in Washington; 3. Exchange of Information with Russians on German V Weapons; 4. V Weapon Sites; 5. Intelligence Personnel for Counter Intelligence and Other Duties in Germany; 6. Russian Activity in Bulgaria; 7. C.S.D.I.C. - Exchange of Information with Russians; 8. Insecurity of Chinese Cyphers; 9. Methods of Breaking German Will to Resist; 10. French Participation in Obtaining Various Kinds of Intelligence; 11. C.I.O.S. - French Collaboration; 12. Intelligence Responsibility of P.W.E.; 13. Chairman's Visit to Western Front; 14. German Population 10 April 1945 Download PDF (4.53 MB)
26th 1. Intelligence Personnel; 2. Intelligence on Bulgaria; 3. Despatch of Intelligence Material from Washington to SEAC.; 4. Enemy Aliens Brought to U.K. in Connection with Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Operations 13 April 1945 Download PDF (2.02 MB)
27th 1. Capture of Enemy Scientists; 2. British Representation on the Joint Target Group in Washington; 3. Enemy Aliens Brought to the U.K. in Connection with C.I.O.S. Operations; 4. Line of Demarcation Between the Anglo-American and Soviet Operations; 5. Crossbow; 6. General Review of German Military Situation on S.E. and S. Fronts, and Estimate of Probable Development of Events; 7. Capacity and Will of Germans to Resist in North German Ports, Denmark and Norway, After Allies Have Linked up with Russians; 8. Political Intelligence Report on Germany, France and Low Countries; 9. Scale of Attack by German Air Force in West; 10. Security Problems Facing Allies in Germany; 11. The National Redoubt; 12. Soviet Strength; 13. Intelligence Organisation 17 April 1945 Download PDF (3.06 MB)
28th 1. Policy Governing Measures for Security of Military Information at End of Organised Resistance in Germany; 2. Publication of Clandestine Work Carried Out in Support of French Resistance; 3. Treatment of German Archives, Records and Documents; 4. Future Organisation of Intelligence; 5. Political Intelligence Report on Germany, France, Belgium and Holland; 6. Intelligence for Combined Operations in SEAC.; 7. Enemy Aliens Brought to U.K. in Connection with C.I.O.S. Operations; 8. C.I.O.S. - Exchange of Information with Russians 24 April 1945 Download PDF (2.86 MB)
29th 1. British Representation on Joint Target Group; 2. Economic Conditions in Conquered Germany; 3. Japanese Manpower; 4. Reclassification of Operational Code Words; 5. Use of Air Photography in Europe for Survey and Intelligence After the War; 6. Co-Ordination of Photographic Reconnaissance with the U.S. Air Force; 7. Formation of A.C.S.D.I.C. of the Western European Area; 8. Air Ministry Representation on the I.S.(0); 9. Disposition of the German Forces After the Junction of the Russian & Allied Armies; 10. Ability of the Enemy to Continue the Use of 'V'-Weapons; 11. Enemy Capacity to Continue the War; 12. Scientific Representation at S.H.A.E.F.; 13. French Request for Specimens of the Flying Bomb and the Rocket; 14. An Analysis of the Nature of Germany's Final Collapse; 15. Visit of the D.N.I. to the Far Eastern Theatre 1 May 1945 Download PDF (6.00 MB)
30th 1. Scientific Representation at S.H.A.E.F.; 2. Formation of C.S.D.I.C. in Western European Area; 3. Despatch of Intelligence Material to Washington 4 May 1945 Download PDF (2.31 MB)
31st 1. Security of Weather Information on the Cessation of the War in Europe; 2. Handling of German Archives and Documents; 3. Intelligence Responsibilities of the Political Warfare Executive; 4. Analysis of Germany's Final Collapse; 5. Disposal of Incomplete German Rockets, Flying Bombs and Assembly Lines; 6. Scientific Representation at S.H.A.E.F.; 7. Enemy Scientists; 8. Future Organisation of Intelligence; 9. Appointment of Service Attaches to Italian Missions Abroad; 10. Political Intelligence Report on Conditions in Germany, France, Belgium and Holland; 11. Japanese Reactions to the Abrogation of the Russo-Japanese Neutrality Pact; 12. Possibility of Major Arab Disturbances in Palestine; 13. Next Meeting of the Sub-Committee; 14. Information for the Russians 8 May 1945 Download PDF (5.23 MB)
32nd 1. Future Organisation of Intelligence - Far East; 2. Optel Telegrams; 3. Effects on German Resistance of Political Warfare; 4. The Unconditional Surrender of Japan; 5. Weekly Meeting with the Chiefs of Staff Cttee 11 May 1945 Download PDF (1.40 MB)
33rd 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 15 May 1945 Download PDF (3.58 MB)
34th 1. Future Organisation of Intelligence; 2. Measures of Censorship Control After Removal of War Time Censorship; 3. Provision of Personnel with Knowledge of Far Eastern Languages; 4. Library of Press Photographs of Installations in Germany; 5. Joint Intelligence Committee - S.E.A.C. 18 May 1945 Download PDF (2.55 MB)
35th 1. Organisation of Scientific and Technical Intelligence; 2. The Security of the British Empire; 3. Crossbow Intelligence; 4. Reappointment of Attaches in Moscow; 5. Future of the Inter-Services Security Board; 6. Treatment of German Archives and Documents; 7. Enquiry Into the Effects of Our Political Warfare Against Germany; 8. Periodical Situation Telegrams; 9. Future Treatment of German Scientists and Technicians and the Future Control of Scientific and Technical Research 23 May 1945 Download PDF (3.92 MB)
36th 1. Documents Discovered at Krupp Works, Essen; 2. Field Information Agency, Technical - SHAEF; 3. Proposed Establishment of Interrogation Centre in Vicinity of Washington; 4. Chairman of British J.I.C. in Washington; 5. Publication of Clandestine Work Carried Out in Support of French Resistance; 6. Survey of Iceland (C); 7. Use of Air Photography in Europe for Survey and Intelligence; 8. Security of the British Empire; 9. Future Organisation of Intelligence; 10. Joint Target Group in Washington; 11. Future of Joint Intelligence Staff; 12. Exchange of Intelligence with the Americans; 13. Periodical Situation Telegrams 29 May 1945 Download PDF (5.06 MB)
37th 1. Topographical Intelligence Publications for Ministries in London; 2. Disposal of Documents and Reference Works at Allied Headquarters; 3. Radar Intelligence; 4. Provision of Personnel with Knowledge of Far East Languages 1 June 1945 Download PDF (1.35 MB)
38th 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 5 June 1945 Download PDF (4.53 MB)
39th 1. Disposal of Captured German Intelligence Officers - F.W.D. 23193; 2. Disposal of Captured German Intelligence Officers - Numbers for Interrogation in U.K.; 3. Central Interpretation Unit - Phase II and III Requirements; 4. Documents Discovered at Krupps Works, Essen 8 June 1945 Download PDF (1.95 MB)
40th 1. Anglo-American Co-Operation Regarding Intelligence for Europe in Post SHAEF Period; 2. Publication of a Book on Clandestine Work in Support of French Resistance; 3. Record of Hitler Conference May, 1939; 4. Field Information Agency, Technical (F.I.A.T.); 5. Intelligence Organisation in the Middle East; 6. Economic Conditions in Conquered Germany; 7. Organisation of Scientific & Technical Int.; 8. Interrogation of Prominent Germans; 9. Political Warfare Post Mortem; 10. Departure of Mr. Vickers (F.O. & M.E.W.); 11. C.I.O.S. Personnel 12 June 1945 Download PDF (3.62 MB)
41st 1. Release of Technical Information to Foreign Governments; 2. Italian Government Archives; 3. Organisation of Intelligence in the M.E.; 4. Analysis of Germany's Final Collapse & Factual Report on German War Effort; 5. Release of C.I.O.S. Information to British Industry; 6. Anglo-American Co-Operation Regarding Intelligence for Europe in Post SHAEF Period; 7. Treatment of German Scientists 19 June 1945 Download PDF (2.03 MB)
42nd 1. Future Policy Regarding Interrogation Centres; 2. Employment of Aliens by Officers; 3. Topographical Intelligence Publications for Ministries in London; 4. Intelligence Requirements in S.E.A.C.; 5. Post-War Aerial Survey; 6. Representation on the C.I.O.S.; 7. Micrograph Equipment 22 June 1945 Download PDF (2.60 MB)
43rd 1. Visit of Chinese Military Attache in London to Zones of Occupation in Germany; 2. Distribution of J.I.C. Papers; 3. Security of Deception; 4. Measure of Censorship Control Following Removal of War Time Censorship; 5. Future of the C.I.O.S.; 6. Field Information Agency - SHAEF; 7. C.I.O.S. Personnel; 8. Intelligence Responsibilities of P.W.E.; 9. News Digest; 10. The Factual Report on the German War Effort; 11. Political Intelligence Report; 12. The Japanese Attitude to Unconditional Surrender 26 June 1945 Download PDF (4.51 MB)
44th 1. Future of C.I.O.S.; 2. Advisory Committee on the Intelligence Exploitation of German Science & Industry; 3. Adviser on Far Eastern Personnel; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 5. Factual Report on the German War Effort & Reasons for Her Ultimate Collapse; 6. Post War Requirements From S.I.S.; 7. I.S.T.D. Personnel; 8. German Excuses for Defeat; 9. Continuance of Japanese Section G-2 Division SHAEF. 3 July 1945 Download PDF (4.79 MB)
45th 1. Printing of C.I.O.S. Reports; 2. Disclosures by Service Personnel; 3. Results of Past Allied Operations 6 July 1945 Download PDF (1.66 MB)
46th 1. C.I.O.S. - Release of Information; 2. Future of Inter Service Security Board; 3. Carrier Pigeons in War; 4. Adequacy of Pre-War Intelligence; 5. German Documents Location Registry; 6. Exploitation of German Science & Industry in the Interest of Intelligence & Research; 7. Staff Officer for Intelligence Division - SEAC.; 8. German Photographic Cover - Europe; 9. Field Intelligence Agency, Technical; 10. Publication of Service Statistics; 11. Use of Special Intelligence by Official Historians; 12. Political Intelligence Report - SHAEF. 10 July 1945 Download PDF (5.07 MB)
47th 1. Command in the Mediterranean & Intelligence Responsibilities; 2. German Documents Location Registry; 3. Staff Officer for Intelligence Division SEAC. 13 July 1945 Download PDF (1.58 MB)
48th 1. C.I.O.S. - Release of Information; 2. Photographic Cover of Europe; 3. Future Organisation of Intelligence - Postal and Telegraph Censorship; 4. Organisation of Scientific and Technical Intelligence; 5. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 6. Post War Requirements from S.I.S.; 7. Future of I.S.S.B.; 8. Field Intelligence Agency, Technical; 9. Exploitation of German Science & Industry in Interest of Intelligence & Research; 10. Meeting with Rear Admiral L.H. Thebaud U.S. DNI.; 11. Treatment of German Archives, Records and Documents 17 July 1945 Download PDF (3.88 MB)
49th 1. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 2. British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Terms of Reference; 3. British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Establishment for B.I.O.S. Secretariat; 4. Use of Air Photography for Intelligence Purposes; 5. Air Photography in the Middle East; 6. Future of the Fire Susceptibility Intelligence Section I.S.T.D.; 7. Publication of Clandestine Work in Support of the French Resistance; 8. Index of Demobilised Officers Taking up Residence Abroad; 9. Factual Report on Germany's War Effort and the Reasons for Her Ultimate Collapse; 10. Documents on Invasion of Switzerland Found at Berchtesgaden; 11. Political Intelligence Report; 12. Treatment of German Archives, Records and Documents 24 July 1945 Download PDF (4.64 MB)
50th 1. British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Establishment for Secretariat; 2. Future of Fire Susceptibility Intelligence Section - I.S.T.D.; 3. Photographic Interpretation - Revision of Documents; 4. Index of Demobilised Officers Taking Up Residence Abroad 27 July 1945 Download PDF (2.48 MB)
51st 1. Distribution of J.I.C. Reports; 2. Intelligence Survey of Coast Defences Erected by the Germans; 3. Japanese Manpower; 4. Release of Meteorological Information to the Russians; 5. Personnel with Knowledge of Far Eastern Languages - Simla School; 6. The Japanese Attitude to Unconditional Surrender; 7. J.I.C. Reports - Circulation to Control Commission for Germany; 8. Field Intelligence Agency, Technical (British) - Nomination of Director; 9. Report by the Joint Intelligence Committee, Cairo.; 10. Treatment of German Archives, Records and Documents; 11. Air Vice Marshal Inglis 31 July 1945 Download PDF (3.19 MB)
52nd 1. Disclosure of Secret Information by Service Personnel; 2. Intelligence Survey of Coastal Defences Erected by the Germans; 3. Photographic Reconnaissance of Russian Occupied Persia; 4. Provision of Personnel with Knowledge of Far Eastern Languages - Post-War Employment of Graduates; 5. Release of Meteorological Agreements to the U.S.S.R. 3 August 1945 Download PDF (2.41 MB)
53rd 1. Policy for the Exploitation of German Science and Technology; 2. Future of C.I.C. in Persia; 3. Publicity in Regard to Certain S.O.E. Operations; 4. Release of Captured German Documents to the Press and Others; 5. Use of S.R. Reports in Propaganda; 6. Personnel with Knowledge of Far East Languages; 7. Documents on Invasion of Switzerland; 8. Intelligence Survey of Coast Defences Erected by the Germans; 9. Investigation of I.G. Farben Industry; 10. Enquiry Into the Effects of Our Political Warfare Against Germany; 11. F.I.A.T. - Nomination of British Director; 12. Japanese Attitude to Unconditional Surrender; 13. Measure of Censorship Control Following the Removal of War Time Censorship 8 August 1945 Download PDF (4.15 MB)
54th 1. Personnel with Knowledge of Far East Languages; 2. S.E.A.C. - Intelligence on War Criminals; 3. Information for Soviet Military Mission 10 August 1945 Download PDF (1.42 MB)
55th 1. Departure of Mr. Cavendish Bentinck; 2. Colonel Denis Capel-Dunn; 3. Disclosure of German Secret Information to Allies; 4. Post War Requirements From S.I.S.; 5. Field Information Agency, Technical; 6. Situation in Macedonia and Thrace; 7. Control Commission Germany - Joint Intelligence; 8. Intelligence Personnel - Situation Arising from Release Scheme; 9. Policy for the Exploitation of German Science and Technology; 10. Historical Records of the London Controlling Section; 11. Singapore - Defences and Degree of Destruction at Time of British Capitulation; 12. Safeguarding of Classified Information from Publication in the American Press; 13. Proposed Withdrawal of J.P.R.C., Benson to London; 14. Transfer of German Technicians from Berlin 14 August 1945 Download PDF (4.30 MB)
56th 1. Post-War Organisation of Intelligence; 2. Organisation of Scientific and Technical Intelligence; 3. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 4. Issue of J.I.C. Reports on Intelligence Organisation to Dominions; 5. Topographical Intelligence Within the British Empire; 6. Future of C.I.C.I. in Persia; 7. Exploitation of Far East Intelligence Targets; 8. Treatment of German Archives, Records and Documents - Panel; 9. German Documents Officer (J.I.C.); 10. Letter of Appreciation to Ex-Prisoners of War; 11. Future of 30 Military Mission; 12. Passing of Intelligence to the Russians 21 August 1945 Download PDF (4.54 MB)
57th 1. Disposal of Documents Found in the O.K.W.; 2. Post War Security in Relation to the Disclosure of Information; 3. Intelligence Personnel - Situation Arising from the Release Scheme; 4. Directive to the J.P.R.C.; 5. Service Requirements for Air Photography in Persia, Levant States & Iraq; 6. Index of Demobilised Officers Taking Up Residence Abroad; 7. Adviser on Far Eastern Personnel 24 August 1945 Download PDF (4.71 MB)
58th 1. Safeguarding of Classified Allied Information from Publication in the Press; 2. Security in Factories; 3. Post War Security in Relation to Disclosure of Information; 4. Organisation of Intelligence in the Middle East; 5. British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee (B.I.O.S.) - Chairman; 6. Adequacy of Pre-War Intelligence; 7. Future Policy Regarding Interrogation Centres; 8. Proposal by Cypher Policy Board; 9. Service Requirements for Air Photography in Persia, Levant States and Iraq; 10. Measures of Censorship Control Affecting British Forces - Base Censorship; 11. Economic Intelligence on War Potential of Foreign Countries; 12. Joint Intelligence Bureau 28 August 1945 Download PDF (4.60 MB)
59th 1. Proposed Future Coverage by B.B.C. Monitoring Service; 2. Organisation of Intelligence in the Middle East; 3. Measure of Censorship Control Affecting British Forces - Base Censorship; 4. Release or Disclosure of Technical Information to Foreign Governments 31 August 1945 Download PDF (2.20 MB)
60th 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 4 September 1945 Download PDF (4.85 MB)
61st 1. Directive to the Joint Photographic Reconnaissance Committee; 2. Information for the French on German Documents; 3. Provision of Specialist Personnel for Intelligence During the Occupation Period; 4. Organisation of Intelligence in the Middle East 7 September 1945 Download PDF (2.40 MB)
62nd 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 11 September 1945 Download PDF (5.28 MB)
63rd 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 14 September 1945 Download PDF (3.33 MB)
64th 1. Liaison with the French - Topographical Int.; 2. Interrogation of War Criminals at 'Dustbin'; 3. Release of Captured Japanese Documents; 4. Terms of Reference for the Scientific and Technical Intelligence Committees; 5. Joint Intelligence Bureau 18 September 1945 Download PDF (2.51 MB)
65th 1. Security of Deception; 2. Post War Photographic Reconnaissance - SEAC.; 3. Air Cover in Selected Areas of Europe; 4. Measures of Censorship Control Affecting British Forces - Base Censorship 21 September 1945 Download PDF (2.11 MB)
66th 1. Photo Industrial Survey of Japan; 2. Organisation of Security Services Abroad; 3. Air Photography in Persia; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 5. Treatment of German Archives Records and Docs. - U.S. Draft Directive to the Control Council; 6. Post War Organisation of Intelligence - Establishments; 7. Navy Lists - Degrading of Security; 8. Security Problems Likely to be Encountered During the Coming Winter; 9. Security in Factories - Letter of Appreciation 25 September 1945 Download PDF (4.42 MB)
67th 1. J.P.R.C. - Central Print Library; 2. Air Cover of Selected Areas of Europe; 3. Technical Intelligence from S.E.A.C.; 4. Post War Organisation of Intelligence - Establishments 28 September 1945 Download PDF (1.95 MB)
68th 1. Organisation of the Netherlands Naval Int. Dept.; 2. Documents on the Invasion of Switzerland; 3. Topographical Check Reconnaissance in SEAC.; 4. Requirements from S.I.S.; 5. Relations with the Russians; 6. Civilian Director for F.I.A.T.; 7. German Documents Panel; 8. Intelligence on Atomic Energy; 9. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 10. Suppression of the German General Staff and Officer Corps & National Socialist Para. Military Organisations; 11. Lieut. Colonel E.J.C. King Salter 2 October 1945 Download PDF (3.53 MB)
69th 1. Manpower Requirements for Post War Intelligence Organisation; 2. Intelligence on Atomic Energy; 3. Release of Captured German Documents; 4. Release of Speech by Franck; 5. Intelligence from Japan; 6. Intelligence Organisation in India; 7. Chairmanship of the Joint Scientific Intelligence Committee; 8. Situation in French Indo-China; 9. Suppression of the German General Staff and Officer Corps 9 October 1945 Download PDF (3.18 MB)
70th 1. Manpower Requirements for Post-War Intelligence Organisation; 2. Post-War Photographic Reconnaissance - SEAC.; 3. Security of Deception 12 October 1945 Download PDF (1.06 MB)
71st 1. Intelligence on Guided Missiles; 2. Intelligence Section to Assist in Prosecution of War Criminals; 3. Interrogation of Japanese Diplomatic Personnel; 4. Future of C.I.C.I. in Persia; 5. American Observer Group Request for Military Reports on Afghanistan; 6. Future of British Joint Intelligence Committee in Washington; 7. Joint Scientific & Technical Intelligence Committee; 8. Down Grading of Present Order of Battle in Europe; 9. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 10. Honours and Awards for the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 11. Situation in Netherlands East Indies 16 October 1945 Download PDF (4.18 MB)
72nd 1. Security of Deception; 2. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Australia; 3. Publication of Service Statistics; 4. Economic and Administrative Conditions in the British Zone; 5. Joint Intelligence Bureau 23 October 1945 Download PDF (2.57 MB)
73rd 1. Intelligence on Atomic Energy; 2. I.S.(0) and the Topographical Sub-Cttee. J.I.C.; 3. Release of I.S.T.D. Communications Reports; 4. Information on Russian Military Forces; 5. Security of Official Designations; 6. Lists of Nazis Party Members; 7. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 8. Joint Intelligence Bureau 30 October 1945 Download PDF (3.22 MB)
74th 1. Security of Deception; 2. Aerial Survey in S.E.A.C.; 3. Air Survey of Europe 2 November 1945 Download PDF (1.50 MB)
75th 1. Intelligence on Atomic Energy; 2. Draft Directive to Major General Penney; 3. Organisation of Security Services Abroad; 4. Exploitation of Far East Intelligence Targets; 5. Security of Official Designations; 6. Future Meetings of the J.I.C.; 7. The Yugoslav Problem in Austria in the Coming Winter; 8. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 9. Wing Commander A.E. Houseman 6 November 1945 Download PDF (3.00 MB)
76th 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 14 November 1945 Download PDF (4.52 MB)
77th 1. Guard Procedure; 2. Defence Notices 16 November 1945 Download PDF (1.45 MB)
78th 1. Intelligence on Atomic Energy; 2. Personnel for Port & Travel Control; 3. Press Release on Work of S.O.E.; 4. Policy Towards Sweden; 5. Appreciation of the Work of I.S.T.D. from the U.S. Strategic Services Unit Mission in Great Britain; 6. Use of Air Photography for Intelligence Purposes; 7. Use of Attaches to Obtain Reciprocal Information on Foreign Countries; 8. Security Classification; 9. General Situation in China; 10. Reports Received From the Joint Intelligence Committee, Allied Commission for Austria; 11. Appointment of Director of Intelligence SEAC.; 12. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 13. Our Arrest Policy in Relation to Denazification; 14. Post War Photographic Reconnaissance - SEAC. 21 November 1945 Download PDF (5.06 MB)
79th 1. Use of Air Photography for Intelligence Purposes; 2. Post War Photographic Reconnaissance - SEAC.; 3. "Guard" Procedure 23 November 1945 Download PDF (2.97 MB)
80th 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 28 November 1945 Download PDF (4.82 MB)
81st 1. Visit of General Penney to Australia; 2. Co-Ordination of Photographic Reconnaissance with the United States Air Forces; 3. Terms of Reference - Joint Scientific Int. Cttee & Joint Technical Int. Cttee.; 4. Exchange of Information with Turkey; 5. Strategic Aspects of Atomic Bomb Production; 6. Proposed Meeting with the Canadian Director of Intelligence Designate; 7. Post War Organisation of Intelligence; 8. Potentialities of the Soviet Air Force; 9. Possible Dangers to the Occupying Powers During the Coming Winter; 10. Future Meetings of the Sub-Committee; 11. Meeting with the Reorganisation Committee - (India) 5 December 1945 Download PDF (3.72 MB)
82nd 1. Passing of Current Air Intelligence to Dominions; 2. Post War Grading of Service Attaches; 3. Meeting with the Canadian D.M.I. Designate; 4. Responsibilities of J.I.B. for Information in British Possessions; 5. Joint Intelligence Bureau, Middle East; 6. Visit of General Penney to Australia; 7. Publication of Service Statistics; 8. Declassification of Appreciation of Operation 'Overlord'; 9. Downgrading of Certain Deception Devices; 10. Intelligence Section to Assist in Prosecution of War Criminals; 11. Strategic Aspects of Atomic Bomb Production; 12. Chairmanship of the Scientific Intelligence Committee; 13. The Work of the W/T Security Committee and Proposals for Its Dissolution 12 December 1945 Download PDF (5.02 MB)
83rd 1. Proposed Reconstitution of the Joint Security Classification Committee; 2. Targeting Section in the R.A.F. Intelligence Organisation - Policy Regarding Direction; 3. Chairmanship of the Scientific Intelligence Committee; 4. Defence of the Middle East on a Confederacy Basis; 5. Policy Towards Sweden; 6. Honours and Awards for C.I.O.S.; 7. Possible Duplication of Intelligence Reports; 8. Interrogation of Three German Scientists; 9. Use of J.I.C. Papers in Service Intelligence Summaries; 10. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 11. Visit of General Penney to Australia; 12. The Influence of Pan-German-Ism in Austria; 13. Joint Intelligence Bureau, Middle East 19 December 1945 Download PDF (4.44 MB)
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