War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1945. Numbers 1-83. Volume VII > 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
|Document Title||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|
|Document Date||2 January 1945|
|Conflicts||Second World War|
|Themes||Intelligence Organisation and Administration, Foreign Policy and International Relations, Military Intelligence and Operations|
|Regions||East Asia, Europe, North America|
|Countries||Austria, Burma, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Malaya, Poland, Romania, United States of America|
|Document Type||Meeting Minutes|
|Organisations||Chiefs of Staff, Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee, Foreign Office, Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee, Joint Intelligence Committee (Allied Force), Joint Intelligence Staff, Joint Staff Mission, Security Service|
|People||Victor Cavendish-Bentinck, Francis Inglis, Edward King-Salter, Edmund Rushbrooke, John Sinclair, Geoffrey Vickers|
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
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
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
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. 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.
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
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
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.
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