War Cabinet Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee Memoranda. February - April 1944. Papers Numbers. JIC 71-150. Volume XXXI > Effects of the Bombing Offensive on the German War Effort Note by Sec.
|Document Title||Effects of the Bombing Offensive on the German War Effort Note by Sec.|
|Document Date||11 March 1944|
|Conflicts||Second World War|
|Themes||Intelligence Organisation and Administration, Intelligence Gathering and Surveillance|
|Organisations||Chiefs of Staff, Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee, Joint Intelligence Staff|
1. Reinforcements and Recruits for the Allied Forces in the U.K.; 2. Co-Ordination of Non-Operational Intelligence in the Middle East and Persia and Iraq Command - Brigadier Allen's Report; 3. Effects of the Bombing Offensive on the German War Effort; 4. Revised Terms of Reference for J.I.C. Report on Effects of the Bombing Offensive on the German War Effort
1. Duties and Responsibilities of the Joint Topographical Reconnaissance Committee; 2. Proposal to Attack the Trepca Lead Mines; 3. Progress and Effects of the Strategic Bombing Offensive in South-East Europe up to 30th April, 1944; 4. J.I.C. Special Sub-Committee of Intelligence Priorities; 5. The Oil Position in Axis Europe; 6. Proposal to Create Free German Movement in the United Kingdom; 7. Escape and Evasion Training; 8. Security Arrangements - "Overlord"; 9. Ground Photographs and Pictures Provided by the Public; 10. Allied Broadcasts; 11. Deputy Director of Military Intelligence (Plans)
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. Visit of Chairman to J.I.C. Germany; 2. Review of Current Reports on the Likelihood of War and of Probable Strategy and Capabilities; 3. Forward Planning; 4. Intelligence from the Far East; 5. Future Developments in Korea; 6. Reducing the Enemy Threat to the U.K.; 7. Material Effects of the Bombing of the Yalu Dams; 8. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter and other Sensitive Areas; 9. J.I.C. Weekly Intelligence Review (Europe) for S.H.A.P.E.
1. Exchange of Information on German Weapon Developments with the Russians; 2. Approach to the Russians Concerning the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee; 3. Meeting with Brigadier R.V. Hume, Late Director of Military Intelligence, Middle East; 4. British Bombing Research Mission, Access to German Archives and Records; 5. Treatment of German Records and Archives; 6. Exchange of Information with the Chinese Director of Military Intelligence
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
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. 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