Records of the Office of Strategic Services 1940-1946 (RG 226)
(For earlier releases, see the Report to the IWG on Previously Classified OSS Records.)
Contents of RG 226:
Additional OSS Records:
Records Relating to Special Funds
Special Funds were monies spent on, and in support of, intelligence operations. The money came from accounts designated as special (unvouchered) funds, which could be spent without detailed auditing. For more information, see
Classified British Intercepts
The classified British intercept documents consist of translations of German message traffic intercepted by the British. The records relate to military intelligence matters. Topics include reports of battles; German and Allied troop movements and personnel assignments; arrangements for communications and meetings; requests for, and permissions to disburse, gold and other currencies; and local personnel matters.
The messages are identified by sending and receiving city. Most of the intercepts are of messages to or from cities in Yugoslavia. Other messages are to or from cities in Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Germany, Romania, Turkey, and the USSR. Although most of the folders' labels say that the messages are only from one city to another, many of the folders include messages between the two cities listed.
Classified British Intercept Documents, 1943-1945 (Entry A1-223) [Reference Set: 250/64/33/7 - 34/1]
War Diary Documentation-20 rolls of microfilm (Entry A1 226) [250/64/34/2]
Shanghai Municipal Police Files, F.R. Frazee Papers, and Other OSS Records (Entry A1-222) Boxes 1-7. [190/38/27/5]
Secret Intelligence Branch Indices relating to Special Operations Projects, Secret Intelligence Projects, and Cable Files, 1942-1947 (Entry UD156A-C. [190/903/28/1 - 4]