War Cabinet. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1945. Numbers 1-83. Volume VII > 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
|Document Title||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|
|Document Date||9 February 1945|
|Conflicts||Second World War|
|Themes||Military Intelligence and Operations, Intelligence Gathering and Surveillance|
|Regions||Europe, South Asia|
|Countries||Ceylon, Denmark, Sweden|
|Document Type||Meeting Minutes|
|Organisations||Chiefs of Staff, Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee, Foreign Office, Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee, Joint Photographic Reconnaissance Committee|
|People||Victor Cavendish-Bentinck, Edward King-Salter, Geoffrey Vickers|
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. 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. 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.
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
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
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.
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
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