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File Title Chiefs of Staff. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Meetings. January - December 1946. Numbers 1-77. Volume VIII
Reference CAB 81/94
Date 1946 - 1946
Government Department Cabinet Office
File Accession Date 1970
Notes A number of pages within this file have been retained under Section 3(4) of the Public Records Act, 1958.

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 after the war; cooperation and the sharing of intelligence with the United States of America; arrangements for the occupation of Germany; German war crimes and the Nuremburg trials; investigation of German and Japanese scientific and technical research; atomic energy and weaponry; intelligence gathering in the British Empire and Dominions; colonial independence movements and anti-British subversive activities; the treatment of captured Soviet renegades; Soviet intelligence organisation, foreign policy, and involvement in the Middle East; and the international spread of communism.

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i Fornt Cover 1946 Download PDF (2.42 MB)
iv Table of Contents 1946 Download PDF (15.72 MB)
1st 1. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 2. Key Points Intelligence Directorate; 3. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Middle East; 4. Publicity for S.O.E. Activity in Occupied Countries; 5. Publication of Certain Documents; 6. The Use of J.I.C. Papers in Service Intelligence Summaries; 7. Future Policy for the Defence of Bases; 8. German Scientists and Technicians; 9. Publication of Service Statistics; 10. Situation in the Netherlands East Indies; 11. Russian Intentions in South East Europe; 12. Effects on Security of an Accelerated Discharge of the Remaining German Armed Forces; 13. The Effects of Withdrawing British Forces from French Indo-China on Situation in Java; 14. Internal Security Commitments in British Zone 1946 - 1950 2 January 1946 Download PDF (10.18 MB)
2nd 1. Joint Scientific Intelligence Committee and Joint Technical Intelligence Committee - Progress Report; 2. Intelligence Section to Assist in the Prosecution of War Criminals; 3. Meeting with the Canadian Director of Military Intelligence Designate; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau - U.K.; 5. Information Required by South East Asia Command from Washington; 6. Possible Duplication of Intelligence Reports; 7. Arrest and De-Nazification Policy in Austria; 8. The Future Situation in Malaya; 9. Composition and Function of the Joint Intelligence Committee, South East Asia; 10. Note on the South Tyrol and the Main Factors Affecting Its Incorporation in the Austrian State; 11. Situation in French Indo-China; 12. The Use of J.I.C. Papers in Service Intelligence Summaries 9 January 1946 Download PDF (5.14 MB)
3rd 1. Deception - Post War Training Methods; 2. Deception Organisation in Peace; 3. Meeting with Major General Jacob; 4. Report on Documents Panel; 5. Publication of Certain Documents; 6. Transfer of Photographic Reconnaissance. Material to the Dutch; 7. Interrogation of Three German Scientists; 8. Joint Intelligence Bureau 16 January 1946 Download PDF (4.96 MB)
4th 1. Documents Processing Centre - Frankfurt; 2. Biological Warfare Intelligence; 3. Security of Deception; 4. Deception Organisation in Peace; 5. Modern German Archives; 6. Publicity for S.O.E. Activity in Occupied Countries; 7. Carrier Pigeons in War; 8. Intelligence Section to Assist in Prosecution of War Criminals; 9. Release of Technical Information Acquired from Germany to Foreign Nations; 10. Statistical Assessment of S.I.S. Reports; 11. Security Council of U.N.O. - Intelligence Organisation; 12. Publication of Service Statistics; 13. Future Meetings of the Sub-Committee 23 January 1946 Download PDF (7.05 MB)
5th 1. Publication of Service Statistics; 2. Meeting with Air Vice Marshal Pendred; 3. Provision of Joint Intelligence at Singapore for the Far East Defence Region; 4. Exchange of Information with Turkey; 5. Future Security Service Organisation in Overseas Theatres; 6. Future Organisation of Security Intelligence, Middle East; 7. The Case of Professor Klimschitski Alias Kleinfeldt of St. Lambrecht (Styria); 8. Japanese Stay Behind Organisations and Underground Agencies in South East Asia Command 30 January 1946 Download PDF (17.25 MB)
6th 1. Disintegration of German Intelligence Service; 2. Foreign Service Attaches in the United Kingdom; 3. Security Council of the United Nations. - Intelligence Organisation; 4. Publicity for Radar Counter Measures; 5. Post War Organisation of Intelligence - S. Africa; 6. United States New Intelligence Organisation; 7. The Case of Professor Klimschitski Alias Kleinfeldt of St. Lambrecht (Stryia.); 8. Publication of Service Statistics; 9. Joint Intelligence Bureau; 10. Deception Organisation in Peace; 11. Security Clearance for Lecturers Provided by the Central Advisory Council; 12. Future Intelligence Organisation - India; 13. Austrian Universities and the State 6 February 1946 Download PDF (10.76 MB)
7th 1. Use of Aircraft by Foreign Air Attaches in the U.K.; 2. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 3. British Check Reconnaissance Party in French Indo-China; 4. Carrier Pigeons in War 8 February 1946 Download PDF (2.62 MB)
8th 1. The Case of Professor Klimschitsky Alias Kleinfeldt of St. Lambrecht (Styria); 2. Publicity for Radar Counter-Measures; 3. Publicity for Service Statistics; 4. Intelligence Interests of Commands Overseas; 5. Deception Organisation in Peace; 6. Future of the Foreign Office Research Dept; 7. Foreign Service Attaches in London; 8. Publication of Hitler's Last Will and Testament; 9. Joint Intelligence Bureau - United Kingdom 13 February 1946 Download PDF (4.03 MB)
9th 1. Meeting with the Director of Military Intelligence, India; 2. Joint Intelligence Bureau - United Kingdom; 3. Intelligence Interests of Commands Overseas; 4. Future Security Service Organisation in Overseas Theatres; 5. Security of Deception; 6. Publication of Service Statistics; 7. British Check Reconnaissance Party in French Indo-China; 8. Exchange of Technical Information with the French; 9. Intelligence on Atomic Energy; 10. Marking of Documents Containing Information from Top Secret Sources 20 February 1946 Download PDF (10.17 MB)
10th 1. Security of Deception; 2. Military Staff Committee - Guidance to British Representatives; 3. Joint Intelligence Bureau - U.K.; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Australia; 5. A Diary on the Russians; 6. Security of British Offices in Foreign Countries; 7. Exchange of Information with the Turks; 8. Conditions in Russian Occupied Austria; 9. Policy Towards Sweden; 10. Germany's War Effort & Its Failure 27 February 1946 Download PDF (3.66 MB)
11th 1. Military Staff Committee - Guidance to British Representatives; 2. Intelligence Interests of Commands Overseas; 3. Germany's War Effort & It's Failure; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau - U.K.; 5. Responsibility for Road Intelligence; 6. The Future of M.I.15. & Foreign Anti-Aircraft Intelligence; 7. Threat to India's Land Frontiers - Request for Appreciation by Director of Intelligence, India; 8. Security Classifications; 9. Denazification Policy in Austria; 10. Certain Assumptions for Planning Purposes; 11. Targetting Sections in the R.A.F. Intelligence Organisation Directive; 12. British Joint Intelligence Committee in Washington - State of Collaboration with the United States; 13. Captain a.E. Buchanan, Royal Australian Navy 6 March 1946 Download PDF (7.21 MB)
12th 1. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Australia; 2. British Representation with S.C.A.P. - Organisation of Intelligence; 3. Translation Bureau of Joint Intelligence Bureau; 4. Inter-Service Topographical Department - Progress Report; 5. The Case of Professor Kleifeldt; 6. Request from the United States State Department for Approval to Make Available Certain Documents to the Pearl Harbour Congressional Investigating Committee; 7. Reaction to the Malayan Union; 8. Preparation of Reports and Appreciations 13 March 1946 Download PDF (4.49 MB)
13th 1. Security of Atomic Energy Production Plant; 2. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Canada; 3. Meeting with South African Liaison Officer; 4. Meeting with Director of Intelligence-India; 5. Publication of Service Statistics; 6. Photographic Reconnaissance - S.E.A.C. Siam; 7. The Future of Foreign Office Research Dept; 8. Photographic Reconnaissance - Middle East; 9. Joint Intelligence Bureau - U.K.; 10. Inter-Service Topographical Department, Oxford; 11. Circulation of Service Secret Intelligence Summaries 20 March 1946 Download PDF (5.49 MB)
14th 1. S.E.A.C. Future Command Organisation; 2. Security of Atomic Energy Production Plant; 3. Use of the Term "Middle East." 22 March 1946 Download PDF (2.13 MB)
15th 1. Publication of Service Statistics; 2. Security Clearance for Lectureers Provided by the Central Advisory Council; 3. Joint Intelligence Bureau - U.K.; 4. Post War Intelligence Organisation in South Africa; 5. Future Security Service Organisation in Overseas Theatres; 6. The Future of M.I. 15 & Foreign Anti-Aircraft Intelligence; 7. Photographic Reconnaissance - Middle East; 8. Study of Certain Intelligence Matters in the Middle East; 9. Reports by the Joint Scientific & Joint Technical Intelligence Committees; 10. Chairmanship of the Joint Scientific and Joint Technical Intelligence Committees 27 March 1946 Download PDF (6.78 MB)
16th 1. Policy Towards Sweden; 2. Study of Certain Intelligence Matters in the Middle East; 3. Information from H.M. Ambassador in Moscow; 4. Photographic Survey of Portugal; 5. Informal Conference on Defence Science; 6. Facilities for Russian Service Attaches in the United Kingdom; 7. Information from South East Asia Command; 8. Survey of Intelligence Aspects of Atomic Energy in European Countries; 9. S.O.E. Operational Planning; 10. Anglo-American Committee of Enquiry on Palestine; 11. Peacetime Central Interpretation Unit Model Section; 12. Meeting of the Sub-Committee During Easter Period 3 April 1946 Download PDF (6.69 MB)
17th 1. Organisation of Intelligence in S.E.A.C.; 2. Exchange of Missions Between British and Russian Zones in Germany; 3. Interrogation of Individuals Entering the British Zone in Germany; 4. Future Security Service Organisation in Overseas Theatres; 5. Complications of Official Histories; 6. Agricultural Research Council-Terms of Reference for the Service Representatives Responsible for Liaison; 7. Estimated Strengths of Armed Forces of Foreign Powers 10 April 1946 Download PDF (5.41 MB)
18th 1. S.O.E. Operational Planning 12 April 1946 Download PDF (1.32 MB)
19th 1 Control of German Scientists and Technicians; 2. Exchange of Missions Between British and Russian Zones in Germany; 3. Interrogation of Individuals Entering the British Zone in Germany; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Canada; 5. Service AttachéS in Latin America; 6. Trans-Caucasia-Political Deportees and Troop Movements; 7. Summaries of Intelligence from Middle East; 8. Intelligence Summaries, J.I.C. Austria; 9. Future Security Service Organisation in Overseas Theatres; 10. Internal Situation in India; 11. Information from U.K. Liaison Mission, Tokyo 17 April 1946 Download PDF (9.01 MB)
20th 1. Report by the Anglo-American Committee of Jews Enquiry into Palestine and the Conditions / in Europe; 2. State of Reproduction and Interpretation Work at the Combined Interpretation Unit 29 April 1946 Download PDF (2.59 MB)
21st 1. Planning for Special Operations; 2. Material for Propaganda; 3. General Review of Intelligence Concerning Military Activities in Europe and the Middle East; 4. Disclosure of Classified Information to Dominion and Foreign Representatives; 5. Service Attaches in Foreign Countries; 6. Lecturers for the Imperial Defence College; 7. Use of Bases for Naval and Air Forces in Eire; 8. J.S.I.C. and J.T.I.C. Accommodation; 9. Maintenance of British Consular Posts, Especially as a Cover for Intelligence Work; 10. Deception Organisation in Peace; 11. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Australia; 12. Soviet Conception of the Past and Future of the Russian State; 13. Russian Policy in the Middle East and Note on Minorities in the Middle East; 14. Summaries of Intelligence from the Middle East; 15. Procedure of the Sub-Committee 1 May 1946 Download PDF (7.17 MB)
22nd 1. Proposed Exchange of British and Russian Missions in Germany; 2. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Australia; 3. Interrogation and Disposal of Individuals Entering the British Zone in Germany; 4. Photographic Intelligence Commitments; 5. Material for Propaganda 3 May 1946 Download PDF (4.40 MB)
23rd 1. Oil as a Factor in the German War Effort, 1939-1945; 2. General Review of Intelligence Concerning Military Activities in Europe and the Middle East 8 May 1946 Download PDF (2.69 MB)
24th 1. General Review of Intelligence Concerning Military Activities in Europe and the Middle East; 2. The Probable Reactions in the Middle East to Publication of the Recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee of Enquiry 10 May 1946 Download PDF (1.24 MB)
25th 1.; 2.; 3.; Preparation of Official Histories; 4. Organisation and Establishment of Intelligence Staff - S.E.A.C.; 5. Area Liaison Officers in Iraq; 6. Proposed Pan-Malayan Security Service; 7. Intelligence Summaries J.I.C. (Austria); 8. J.S.I.C. and J.T.I.C. Accommodation; 9. Pool of Translators to be Held by the J.I.B.; 10. Photographic Intelligence Commitments; 11. Russia's Intentions in Austria 10 May 1946 Download PDF (5.89 MB)
26th 1. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Australia; 2. Organisation and Establishment of Intelligence Staff - South East Asia Command; 3. Lecturers for the Imperial Defence College; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau - United Kingdom 15 May 1946 Download PDF (2.73 MB)
27th 1. Inter-Service Topographical Department - Staff Requirements; 2. Radio Monitoring in the Middle East; 3. Organisation and Establishment of Intelligence Staff - South East Asia Command; 4. U.K. Liaison Mission Tokyo - Change in Intelligence Procedure; 5. Intelligence Organisation and Staffs in the British Commonwealth Occupation Force-Japan; 6.; 7. Attendance of Officers from Eire at the Staff College, Camberley 17 May 1946 Download PDF (2.96 MB)
28th 1. Meeting with Mr. H.M.G. Jebb; 2. Establishment and Organisation of Intelligence Staffs in South East Asia Command; 3. Inter-Service Topographical Department - Closing down at Oxford; 4.; 5. Meeting with Brigadier a.T. Cornwall-Jones; 6. Study of Foreign Armies at the School of Military Intelligence; 7. South Persia - Intelligence Organisation; 8. Russian Use of German Industry; 9. Requirements from S.I.S. 22 May 1946 Download PDF (5.57 MB)
29th 1. Photographic Reconnaissance; 2. Topographical Information Concerning Russia; 3. Foreign Office Research Department - Weekly Summaries; 4. Strategic Interests and Intentions; 5. Future Security Service Organisation in Overseas Theatres; 6. B.B.C. Monitoring Service; 7. Pool of Interpreters to be Held by J.I.B. 24 May 1946 Download PDF (4.24 MB)
30th 1. Requirements from S.I.S.; 2. Informal Commonwealth Conference on Defence Science; 3. Exchange Intelligence with the Americans; 4. Meeting with the Joint Intelligence Staff; 5. Service Attaches in Foreign Countries; 6. Maintenance of British Consular Posts, Especially as a Cover for Intelligence Work; 7. Enlistment of Ex-German Air Force Personnel by the Russians; 8. Lieut.-Colonel T. Haddon 29 May 1946 Download PDF (6.25 MB)
31st 1. Pool of Translators to be Held by J.I.B.; 2. Proposed Exchange of British and Russian Missions in Germany; 3. Area Liaison Officers in Iraq; 4. Photographic Reconnaissance; 5. Photographic Cover of Saseno and Valona; 6. Requirements from S.I.S.; 7. Service AttachéS in Foreign Countries; 8. Russian Use or German Industry; 9. Enlistment of Ex-German Air Force Personnel by the Russians; 10. Future Meetings of the Sub-Committee 31 May 1946 Download PDF (5.28 MB)
32nd 1. Situation in South Persia; 2. Middle East Propaganda Activities; 3. Anglo-Iranian Oil Company - Security Officer 6 June 1946 Download PDF (3.69 MB)
33rd 1. Establishment and Organisation of Intelligence Staffs, S.E.A.C.; 2. Situation in Netherlands East Indies 7 June 1946 Download PDF (1.99 MB)
34th 1. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Middle East; 2. Survey of Intelligence on Atomic Energy; 3. Joint Scientific and Joint Technical Intelligence Committees; 4. Migration of German Scientists and Technicians to Russia and the Russian Zone of Germany; 5. B.C.O.F. - Intelligence and Security Organisation; 6. Photographic Reconnaissance; 7. Central German Administrations in the Soviet Zone 12 June 1946 Download PDF (3.23 MB)
35th 1. Handing over of Classified Records to the Joint Intelligence Bureau; 2. Intelligence Material for B.I.E.J.C.O.S.A.; 3. Requirements from S.I.S.; 4. Intelligence Summaries - J.I.C. (Austria); 5. B.C.O.F. - Intelligence and Security Organisation; 6. Meeting with General Gardner; 7. Publication of "The Last Days of Hitler" by Trevor Roper; 8. Exchange of Information with the Turks 14 June 1946 Download PDF (4.65 MB)
36th 1. Establishment and Organisation of Intelligence Staffs in South East Asia Command; 2. Summaries of Intelligence from the Middle East; 3. Categories of Defended Ports - Period of Notice; 4. Disclosure of Classified Information to Dominion and Foreign Representatives; 5. Distribution of Top Secret Intelligence; 6. Foreign Officers in J.I.B.; 7. Demilitarisation, Disbandment and Disarmament in the Russian Zone 19 June 1946 Download PDF (2.90 MB)
37th 1. British Service Representation in Foreign Countries in South East Asia; 2. Service Attaches in Foreign Countries; 3. Exchange of Intelligence with the Americans; 4. Future of the British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee 26 June 1946 Download PDF (2.17 MB)
38th 1. Future of British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 2. Operations of British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Teams in Austria; 3. Publication of "The Last Days of Hitler" by Trevor Roper; 4.; 5. An Appreciation of the Chinese Factor in the Problem of the Defence of South East Asia; 6. Mobilisation Plans for Certain Inter-Service Intelligence Establishments; 7. Use of Certain Material in Official Histories; 8. Codewords and Nicknames 28 June 1946 Download PDF (4.91 MB)
39th 1. Meeting with Dr. Bolsover; 2. Intelligence Organisations - Far East; 3. Proposed Exchange of British and Russian Missions in Germany; 4. Commonwealth Intelligence Organisation - Lecture at Imperial Defence College; 5. Publication of 'the Joint Staff and Cabinet Secretariat' by Major Gordon Waterfield; 6. Chairmanship of the Joint Scientific and Joint Technical Intelligence Committees; 7. Representation of the J.I.B. on the J.I.S.; 8. Proposed Committee on Defence Research Policy; 9. Organisation for Intelligence - India 3 July 1946 Download PDF (4.64 MB)
40th 1. Technical Equivalents; 2. Security of Signal Transmissions; 3. Planning for Special Operations; 4. Security Service Organisation in Overseas Theatres 5 July 1946 Download PDF (2.77 MB)
41st 1. Exchange of Intelligence with the Americans; 2. Demilitarisation Disarmament and Disbandment in the Russian Occupied Zone of Germany; 3. Proposed Exchange of British and Russian Missions in Germany; 4. Russian Enticement of German Scientists and Technicians; 5. Photographic Reconnaissance 10 July 1946 Download PDF (6.24 MB)
42nd 1. Intelligence Organisation - Far East; 2. Distribution of Top Secret Intelligence; 3. Pool of Translators to be Held by J.I.B.; 4. Service Attaches in Foreign Countries 12 July 1946 Download PDF (2.51 MB)
43rd 1. Commonwealth Intelligence Organisation - Imperial Defence College Lecture; 2. Report from Aden; 3. Classification and Disclosure to Foreign Governments of B.I.O.S./c.I.O.S. Reports; 4. Situation in India; 5. Defence of the Middle East on a Confederacy Basis; 6. Further Reports by the Joint Intelligence Staff; 7. Exchange of Intelligence with the Americans; 8. Official Distribution of Foreign Propaganda Publication; 9. Liaison Visit of the Assistant Director of Intelligence (Operations), Air Ministry to Washington and Ottawa; 10. Evidence of Russian Support of the Tudeh Party; 11. Appreciation of the Situation in South Persia; 12. Summary of Left-Wing and Minority Activities and Russian Penetration in the Middle East 19 July 1946 Download PDF (6.30 MB)
44th 1. Exchange of Intelligence with the Americans; 2. Commonwealth Intelligence Organisation - Imperial Defence College Lecture; 3. Distribution of Certain Japanese Intelligence Material; 4. Visit of the Director of Military Intelligence to the Middle East; 5. Meeting with Mr. Turnbull; 6. Production of Reports; 7. Liaison Visit of the Assistant Director of Intelligence (Operations), Air Ministry, to Washington and Ottawa 24 July 1946 Download PDF (3.72 MB)
45th 1. Withdrawal of Combined Intelligence Centre, Iraq, and Area Liaison Officers in Iraq; 2. Fire in the Photographic Section of M.E.I.U.; 3. Standardisation of Titles of Units Connected with Air Photographic Intelligence; 4. Proposed Exchange of British and Russian Missions in Germany; 5. Action to be Taken by Aircrews in the Event of Forced Landing in Foreign Territory; 6. Service Attaches in Foreign Countries; 7. Availability of Press Material from Russia and Satellite Countries; 8. British Service Representation in Foreign Countries in South East Asia 26 July 1946 Download PDF (4.90 MB)
46th 1. Exchange of Intelligence with the Americans; 2. Meeting with Sir John Shaw; 3. Future Meetings of the Sub-Committee 2 August 1946 Download PDF (2.54 MB)
47th 1. Meeting with Mr. Roberts; 2. Enticement of German Scientists and Technicians by the Russians; 3. Political Intelligence in the Middle East; 4. Joint Clerical and Secretarial Facilities for the J.S. and J.T.I.C.; 5. Service Attaches; 6. Beach Intelligence in the United Kingdom; 7. Interrogation of Certain Liberated Nationals 9 August 1946 Download PDF (4.86 MB)
48th 1. Meeting with the Director of Intelligence, India; 2. Planning of Future Censorship Organisation; 3. Photographic Reconnaissance; 4. Future of the London Controlling Section; 5. Periodical Reports on Troop Movements in S.E. Europe and on the Persian Frontier; 6. Surplus Books in Joint Intelligence Bureau 14 August 1946 Download PDF (2.74 MB)
49th 1. Russian Enticement of German Scientists and Technicians; Material for an Article on Naval and Military Intelligence; 3. Photographic Interpretation of Atomic Energy Plants; 4. Spreads of Communism Through the World; 5. Codewords and Nicknames; 6.; 7. Possibility of Forming a Base in Sinai; 8. Intelligence Exploitation of the Wansee Institute; 9. Beach Intelligence in the United Kingdom 16 August 1946 Download PDF (6.69 MB)
50th 1. Organisation of Intelligence in India; 2. Photographic Survey of Portugal; 3. Deception Organisation in Peace; 4. Future of B.I.O.S.; 5. Summary of Intelligence from the Middle East - July 1946; 6. Liaison Visit of the a.D. of I.(Ops.) Air Ministry, to Washington and Ottawa 21 08 1946 Download PDF (4.35 MB)
51st 1. Future Organisation of Security Intelligence, Middle East; 2. Non-Jewish Hebrew Interpreters in the Middle East; 3. Organisation for Intelligence in India; 4. Future Reports by the Joint Intelligence Staff; 5. An Appreciation of the Available Reinforcements for the Yugoslav Forces in N.W. Yugoslavia in the Light of Internal Security and Frontier Commitments; 6. Departure of Mr. Caccia 23 August 1946 Download PDF (2.82 MB)
52nd 1. Certain Strategic Interests and Intentions in the Middle East; 2. Directive for London the Controlling Section; 3. Meeting with Colonel Rourke 28 August 1946 Download PDF (3.65 MB)
53rd 1. Production of an Inter-Services Intelligence Manual; 2. Air Defence of Great Britain - 1946/1956; 3. Co-Ordination of Technical and Scientific Intelligence in British Zone of Germany; 4. British Mission to the Soviet Zone; 5. Technical Brief for Inter-Service Mission in the Russian Zone; 6. Russian Strategic Interests and Intentions - Middle East; 7. Interrogation of Detained Nationals of Other Occupying Powers in Germany; 8. Code Words and Nicknames; 9. Intelligence of German Strategy in the Spring 1940; 10. Future Situation in Indonesia after the Withdrawal of British Troops; 11. Germany's War Effort and Its Failure; 12. India - Organisation for Intelligence; 13. Material for an Article on Naval and Military Intelligence 6 September 1946 Download PDF (5.70 MB)
54th 1. Military Situation in Europe with Particular Reference to a Possible Threat to Turkey; 2. Meeting with Air vice Marshal Pendred; (a) Organisation and Establishment of Intelligence in South East Asia Command; (B) British Service Representation in Foreign Countries in South East Asia; (C) Information Regarding Certain Countries; (D) the Provision of Intelligence Officers for South East Asia Command; (E) Production of an Inter-Services Intelligence Manual; (F) Future Situation in Indonesia after the Withdrawal of British Troops; 3. Palestine - Political Warfare Officer; 4. Spread of Communism Throughout the World; 5. Civil Defence - Intelligence from Foreign Countries; 6. Certain Anti-British Activities in the Middle East; 7. Joint Intelligence Organisation - Australia; 8. Representation of the J.I.B. on the Joint Intelligence Staff; 9. Controller of Joint Intelligence in the Defence Department, Australia; 10. Departure of Rear Admiral Rushbrooke 13 September 1946 Download PDF (7.16 MB)
55th 1. Combined Operations: Training of Intelligence Officers; 2. Captured German Document; 3. Political Intelligence - Middle East; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau Questionnaire; 5. Safeguarding of Air Negatives in Overseas Libraries; 6. Joint Intelligence Bureau, Middle East; 7. Future Survey Programme of South East Asia Command; 8. Chairmanship of the J.S. & J.T.I.C.; 9. Dr. R.V. Jones; 10. Interrogation of German Generals 25 September 1946 Download PDF (7.05 MB)
56th 1. Aquisition of Technical Information by the Russians; 2. Granting of Visas to Russian Service Officers; 3. Disposal of Censorship Records - Middle East; 4. Deception Organisation in Peace; 5. Exchange of Intelligence S.E.A.C.; 6. Summary of Left-Wing and Minorities Activities and Russian Penetration in the Middle East 27 September 1946 Download PDF (3.84 MB)
57th 1. Scientific Representation in Foreign Countries; 2. Spread of Communism Throughout the World and the Extent of Its Direction from Moscow; 3. Co-Ordination of Technical and Scientific Intelligence in British Zone of Germany; 4. Some Weaknesses in German Strategy and Organisation 1933-45; 5. Future Meeting of the Sub-Committee 3 October 1946 Download PDF (5.28 MB)
58th 1. Future of Special Research Section; 2. Intelligence Exploitation of the Wansee Institute; 3. Safeguarding of Air Negatives in Overseas Libraries; 4. Palestine - Political Warfare Officer; 5. Photographic Reconnaissance - Long Range Cover Requirements; 6. Future Organisation of Security Intelligence, Middle East; 7. Telegram from Alexandria; 8. Material for an Article on Naval and Military Intelligence; 9. Photographic Reconnaissance- Gibraltar; 10. Scientific Representation in Foreign Countries; 11. J.S. & J.T.I. Committees; 12. Survey of Biological Warfare Intelligence 11 October 1946 Download PDF (5.65 MB)
59th 1. Classification & Disclosure of C.I.O.S./b.I.O.S. Reports and Summaries; 2. Interrogation of Certain Liberated Nationals 18 October 1946 Download PDF (2.13 MB)
60th 1. Anti-British Subversive Activities; 2. Lectures on Intelligence - Joint Services Staff College; 3. Organisation of Russian Intelligence; 4. Appreciation Regarding Sweden and Other Scandinavian Countries; 5. Exchange of Intelligence with The-Americans; 6. Disposal of Certain Eastern Nationals, Other than Soviet Army Deserters; 7. Scientific Intelligence Targets - Japan 22 October 1946 Download PDF (6.44 MB)
61st 1. Facilities for Expert Detailed Interrogation: Palestine; 2. Release of Information from Captured Documents; 3. Future Situation in Indonesia after the Withdrawal of British Troops; 4. Summary of Left-Wing and Minority Activities and Russian Penetration in the Middle East 25 October 1946 Download PDF (2.69 MB)
62nd 1. Planning of Future Censorship Organisation; 2.; 3.; 4. 29 October 1946 Download PDF (4.09 MB)
63rd 1. Classification and Disclosure of C.I.O.S./b.I.O.S. Reports and Summaries; 2. British Mission to the Soviet Zone - Monthly Progress Report; 3. Russian Activities in Middle East; 4. Future Meetings of the Sub-Committee; 5. Departure of Air Commodore Vintras 1 November 1946 Download PDF (3.63 MB)
64th 1. Meeting with Mr. V.F.W. Cavendish-Bentinck; 2. Future Scale of Attack on the United Kingdom; 3. Co-Ordination of Technical and Scientific Intelligence in the British Zone of Germany; 4. Passing of Intelligence Appreciations to the Dominions; 5.; 6. Deception Organisation in Peace 5 November 1946 Download PDF (4.96 MB)
65th 1. Periodical Review of Certain Inter-Service Intelligence Establishments; 2. Attendance of Officers from Indian Armed Forces at Service Staff Colleges in the United Kingdom 8 November 1946 Download PDF (1.91 MB)
66th 1. Scientific Representation in Foreign Countries; 2. Exchange of Intelligence with the Americans; 3. The Organisation of a Central Index of Linguists; 4. Anti-British Subversive Activities 13 November 1946 Download PDF (2.92 MB)
67th 1. Photographic Interpretation for Training Exercises; 2. Courier Services - Balkans and the Middle East; 3. Intelligence Exploitation of Wansee Institute; 4. Joint Intelligence Bureau - Middle East; 5. Situation in the Sudan; 6. Recruitment of Low Grade Scientists in Germany for Intelligence Purpose 15 November 1946 Download PDF (3.23 MB)
68th 1. Exchange of Intelligence with the Americans; 2.; 3.; 4. Service Attaches; 5. Organisation of Intelligence in Austria; 6. Lecture on Intelligence - Joint Services Staff College 20 November 1946 Download PDF (5.08 MB)
69th 1. Facilities for Expert Detailed Interrogation Palestine; 2. Situation in Palestine; 3. Downgrading of Combined Records; 4. Security Service Representation on the Inter-; 5. Service Sub-Committee on Biological Warfare 22 November 1946 Download PDF (4.80 MB)
70th 1. Meeting with Dominions Directors of Naval Intelligence; 2. Meeting with Chief of Intelligence Staff, British Pacific Fleet; 3. Appointment of British Attache at Manila; 4. Lecture on Intelligence - Joint Services Staff College; 5. Air Photographic Survey of Norway 27 November 1946 Download PDF (6.07 MB)
71st 1. Organisation of Intelligence - South East Asia; 2. Appreciation of the Chinese Factor in the Problem of the Defence of South East Asia; 3. Books about Operational Research; 4. Facilities for Detailed Interrogation Palestine 29 November 1946 Download PDF (4.57 MB)
72nd 1. Channels of Communication - J.I.Cs London and Ottawa-Exchange of Intelligence Appreciations and J.I.B. Reports and Summaries; 2. Organisation of Intelligence in South East Asia; 3. Issue of Defence Notices to the Press; 4. Intelligence S.E. Europe and Persia; 5. Foreign Assistance to Greek Communists; 6. Security in Shanghai; 7. Accommodation - J.I.B. and J.T. and J.S.I.C.; 8. Deception Organisation in Peace; 9. Situation in the Sudan; 10. Meetings During the Christmas Period 4 December 1946 Download PDF (4.95 MB)
73rd 1. Release of Information from Captured Documents; 2. Granting of Visas to Russian Service Officers; 3. Organisation of Intelligence in South East Asia; 4. Scientific Intelligence Targets - Japan; 5. Distribution of Certain Japanese Intelligence Material 6 December 1946 Download PDF (3.28 MB)
74th 1. India - Possible Developments; 2. Preparation for Arab Rebellion in Palestine and Other Arab States; 3. Establishment for the Joint Intelligence Bureau; 4. Deception Organisation in Peace; 5. German Bacteriological Warfare Research Group; 6. Technical Information Regarding Weapon Development in a Certain Country 11 December 1946 Download PDF (3.08 MB)
75th 1. Brief for Scientific and Technical Intelligence Branch Control Commission for Germany; 2. Arrangements for Handling Translations of Special Documents Section; 3. Distribution of Certain Japanese Intelligence Material; 4. Accommodation Facilities for Service Attaches; 5. Disposal of Captured German Targets Material on the United Kingdom; 6. Beach Intelligence in the United Kingdom; 7. Organisation for a Central Index of Linguists 13 December 1946 Download PDF (4.49 MB)
76th 1. Acquisition of Technical Information by the Russians; 2. Preparation for Arab Rebellion in Palestine and Other Arab States; 3. "D" Notices - Movements of Certain Ores; 4. Establishment for the J.I.B.; 5. Accommodation - J.I.B. and J.S. and J.T.I.C.; 6. Future Relationship of the J.I.B. With the J.I.C. 18 December 1946 Download PDF (2.56 MB)
77th 1. Classification of Reports Issued by the Halstead Exploitation Centre; 2. Chairmanship of J.S. and J.T.I.C.; 3. India - Disposal of J.I.C. Reports; 4. Future Situation in Indonesia after Withdrawal of British Troops; 5. Information from the Trieste Area for the J.I.B. 20 December 1946 Download PDF (3.60 MB)
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