War Cabinet Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee Memoranda. August - October 1943. Papers Numbers. JIC 351-410. Volume XXVII > Policy on the Security of Meteorological Information. Report by J.I.C.
|Document Title||Policy on the Security of Meteorological Information. Report by J.I.C.|
|Document Date||7 October 1943|
|Conflicts||Second World War|
|Themes||Intelligence Organisation and Administration|
|Organisations||Chiefs of Staff, Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee|
|People||Victor Cavendish-Bentinck, Francis Davidson, Francis Inglis, Edmund Rushbrooke, Geoffrey Vickers|
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
1. Secretary's Minute J.I.C./1293/47; 2. International Brigades; 3. Assistance to J.I.C.s Abroad; 4. Forecast of the World Situation 1956/60. Estimate of Military Capabilities of the United Kingdom, British Commonwealth and the United States; 5. Review of the Intelligence Organisation in the Middle East - J.I.C.(47) 35 Final; 6. Scandinavia - Common Defence Policy; 7. British Military Mission to the Soviet Zone of Germany - (Brixmis)
1. Visit of General Kirkman to J.I.C. Re Organisation of J.I.C. Germany; 2. Meeting with Mr. M.J. Creswell (H.M. Minister, Cairo) and Mr. H.S. Stephenson (Chairman, J.I.C. Middle East); 3. Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and Other Sensitive Areas; 4. Measures to Improve Intelligence.
1. C.S.D.I.C. (A.F.H.Q.) Policy; 2. Emergency Accommodation for I.S.S.B. and I.S. (0); 3. Italian Officers and Civilians Brought to U.K. For Intelligence Purposes; 4. Topographical Intelligence; 5. Development of J.I.C. Reports into C.I.C. Reports; 6. List of Papers in Hand by J.I.C.; 7. Arrangements for the Issue of Communiques Concerning Air Operations in Cross-Channel Operations; 8. Intelligence Representation at Future Conferences; 9. Inter-Service Topographical Department, (India); 10. American Director of Military Intelligence; 11. Effect of Allied Bombing on the Balkan Situation
1. Conference on Co-Ordination of Far East Intelligence; 2. Visits of Service Attaches; 3. Security Classification of "Mulberries"; 4. Prisoners of War: Security on Cessation of Hostilities; 5. Organisation of Political Intelligence in the Mediterranean - J.I.C.(AF) Note to J.I.C. Cairo; 6. Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 7. British Joint Secretary for the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 8. German Situation in the Balkans; 9. Release of Radar Equipment
1. Certain Cyphers; 2. Attendance of London Controlling Officer at J.I.C. Meetings; 3. Intelligence Liaison with General Headquarters in Tokyo; 4. Situation in Egypt; 5. Assessment of the Threat of Sabotage in the United Kingdom in Peace and War, an Counter Measures; 6. Soviet Preparedness for War and Soviet-Inspired Aggression; 7. Weekly Discussions on Soviet Preparedness for War and the Communist Threat in the Far East and South-East Asia; 8. Vulnerability of China; 9. Visit of Joint Planning Team to the Middle East; 10. Position of Service Attaches in Israel; 11. Visit of D.S.I. to Canada and U.S.A; 12. J.I.C.(50) 81 (Final) and DGC/1213 (Final)
1. Priority for the Preparation of J.I.C. Reports Involving the Nature and Scale of Attack by Enemy Forces; 2.; 3. Procedure for Preparation of J.I.C. (London) Reports Affecting the Middle East; 4. Review of Intelligence Organisation; 5. Development of Foreign Intelligence and Political Activity in the British Zone of Germany; 6. Admission of Certain Engineers to British Factories; 7. Future Situation in the Far East; 8. Amalgamation of Service Intelligence Summaries; 9. Air Survey of Turkey; 10. Access to Captured German Documents by Former German Officers
1. Circulation of J.I.C. Papers; 2. Priorities of Tasks for the Collection of Intelligence Information from Germany; 3. Honary Membership of the Royal United Services Institution for Foreign Attaches; 4. Intelligence Exploitation - Professor Steinmann; 5. China - Military Situation; 6. Review of J.I.C. Organisation and Procedure - Secretariat; 7. Instructions for British Officers in the Employment of the Governments of India and Pakistan; 8. Illegal Jewish Immigrants from Pan York and Pan Crescent; 9.
1. Passing of J.I.C. Papers to the Commander-in-Chief, Home Forces; 2. The Interrogation of Aliens Arriving from Abroad; 3. Information for the J.I.C., Washington; 4. Present Fighting Value of the German Armed Forces; 5. Meeting with the American Service Representatives; 6. Distribution of Medal Telegrams