Interagency Working Group (IWG)

Records of the Office of Strategic Services (RG 226): Entry 215

Entry 215

Boxes 1-9. Location: 250/64/33/3. CIA Accession: 91-01272R

Box # Subject/Record/Information
1 Pouch Letters and other letters to and from Portuguese Guinea, June 2, 1943 - October 26, 1944, ca. 60 pp. [WN#21148 - WN#21149]
Records relating to developments in the Ivory Coast, March 20, 1943 - May 14, 1944, and February 28, 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#21150 and WN#21151]
Pouch Letters and other records to and from the Belgian Congo, ca. October 1943 - July 1945, ca. 165 pp. [WN#21152 - WN#21174]
Letter describing events in Iran during 1942, December 10 [1942], 6 pp. [WN#21177]
Report describing and criticizing the "Position of American Teachers in Afghanistan," August 19, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#21178]
Pouch Letters and other records of the African Division, ca. September 1944 - August 1945, ca. 60 pp. [WN#21183, WN#21186 - WN#21187, WN#21189 - WN#21196, and WN#21198]
Page 25 of a history of the Africa Division [AF DIV], SI, Liaison Office, Cairo, n.d., 1 p. [WN#21188]
"Suggestions for OSS Organization in Ethiopia and the Adjoining Territories," ca. September 1944, 5 pp. [WN#21197]
Memorandum on Ethiopian operations based on Cairo, Egypt, August 17, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#21199]
Report on a large industrial diamond smuggling ring, operating from South Africa to Egypt, and then via Turkey to Germany, August 21, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#21200]
Memorandum on SI activities in Ethiopia, July 26, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#21201]
Memorandum on the operations of the Africa Section SI on the continent of Africa, January 2, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#21203]
Weekly Letters from the US Economic Research Unit in Athens, Greece to Chief, SI, SE Europe, SSU, WD, Washington DC, May 8, 22 and 29, and June 12, 1946, 11 pp. [WN#21204 - WN#21206].
The letter of May 8 includes some pre-election circulars. Memorandum on personnel in Athens, Greece, April 26, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#21207]
Memorandum from Greece with "thoughts on the various members, functions, and objectives of this mission, particularly as concerns SI," March 14, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#21207]
Letter from the Chief, OSS/Athens discussing the position of OSS/SI in Greece, opportunities for cover, and other topics, May 30, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#21208]
Pouch Letters to West Africa, December 20, 1943 - February 11, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#24695]
List of people, codenames and code numbers in Portuguese Guinea and other African countries, n.d., 3 pp. [WN#24697]
Memorandum on a trip to the Ivory Coast, December 6, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#24698]
Lists of code names selected for internal use in West Africa, May 10, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#24702]
Pouch Letters from Accra, Gold Coast, December 19, 1943 - June 30, 1944, ca. 60 pp. [WN#24703 - WN#24705, and WN#24738 - WN#24742]
Special Field Memorandum #7 [for Africa], covering OSS relations with the State Department, Angola personalities, morale operations, and other matters, n.d., 4 pp. [WN#24745]
Activities Reports of the SI Branch, Istanbul, Turkey for August - October 1944, 20 pp. [WN#25852 - WN#25853]
Memorandum on intelligence opportunities in Istanbul, Turkey, November 7, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#25852]
Memorandum with a suggestion from a "well-known German scientist" for increasing penicillin production, July 11, 1944, 1 p. [WN#25854]
Memorandum transmitting a list of SI personnel in Istanbul, Turkey, March 10, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#25858]
Memoranda discussing the shortcomings of "Packy," Chief, Istanbul, Turkey, May 23 and 27, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#25866 and WN#25867]
Records relating to the KR Project, which sought to penetrate German intelligence, May 1944 - July 1945, 8 pp. [WN#25868]
"Report on My Istanbul Mission" by Irving Sherman, discussing the failure of the Dogwood Chain as a source of intelligence about Central Europe, August 24, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#25869]
Report on sources of information in Turkey, ca. April 1945, 4 pp. [WN#25870]
Plan for SI activities in Turkey, ca. April 1945, 3 pp. [WN#25870]
Code name identities and biographies from SI, Istanbul, Turkey, ca. July 1943 - October 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#25872]
2 Monthly Activities Reports from the Chief of Mission, Istanbul, Turkey for 1-15 July, all of August and September, and select pages from the reports for October and December 1944, 71 pp. [WN#25873 - WN#25877]
Records relating to a report on the Central European (Hungarian) intelligence situation in Istanbul, Turkey, and a critique of this report and its author, July 10 - August 17, 1944, 14 pp. [WN#25880]
Correspondence relating to developments in Turkey, February - April, 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#25882 - WN#25885]
Letter from William J. Donovan to the American Ambassador in Ankara, Turkey asking for assistance in the work of Miss Dorothy Cox of the War Relief Association in getting relief supplies to the Greek islands after their liberation, January 8, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#25887]
Correspondence relating to developments in Romania, November 16, 1943 - May 12, 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#25888]
Records relating to the views of Janko Payef (Peev), the ex-Bulgarian Ambassador to Japan, on Bulgaria, Japan, and Russia, May 30 - June 17, 1944, 11 pp. [WN#25889]
Outgoing memoranda from J. G. O'Connor in Istanbul, Turkey, regarding intelligence received from source "Whale," proposed intelligence and commercial chains, Japanese intelligence, and other matters, June 18 - October 19, 1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#25895]
Reports of the MO Branch, Middle East for the weeks ending February 5 and 12, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#25908]
Memorandum from the MO Branch, Middle East on MO personnel for Turkey, February 15, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#25908]
Lists of rumors and related records from the MO Branch, Middle East, November 15 - December 6, 1943, 7 pp. The rumors were meant to frighten Rumania, Bulgaria, and Hungary out of the war; undermine the morale of German occupation troops; cause dissention between German and Austrian troops; and strengthen Allied forces in the Mediterranean. [WN#25909]
Report on the relative strength of the former political parties and their leaders in Bulgaria, June 20, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#25914]
Memorandum requesting ideas for the possible use of a four-man surreptitious entry team, August 26, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#25915]
Memorandum on the organization of the SSU Liaison Mission, April 15, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#25916]
Memorandum on the functions and personnel of the Paris Station, October 1, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#25916]
Memorandum from William J. Casey about his "thinking on the SI activities in France," July 11, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#25918]
Memorandum giving Washington comments on Paris intelligence, April 11, 1946, 12 pp. [WN#25920]
Memorandum on the organization and personnel of the French intelligence services, February 28, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#25920]
Memorandum on the DGER [French Intelligence]
program for intelligence on Russia, August 8, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#25921]
Memorandum from France on MI-6 [British Secret Intelligence Service]
plans, August 16, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#25921]
Memoranda on future OSS relations with DGER, April 12, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#25921]
Memorandum on the status of the SI Branch, Paris, August 6, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#25921]
Memorandum on relations with the Kantars, February 23, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#25921]
Reports, memoranda, and other records to and from France, ca. April - September, 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#25922].
Most of the records relate to developments in Spain, and were received from sources in Spain and France known as Airdale or Airedale. Memorandum on a reported meeting between British leader Churchill and Spanish leader Franco, July 24, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#25922]
Memorandum indicating the intelligence requirements of the State Department, FEA, MID and DWI about France and Spain, July 20, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#25922]
Memorandum giving information about DGER intelligence on the Iberian Peninsula, May 28, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#25922]
Memorandum discussing the OSS liaison with the Basques, "the Basque Situation," April 14, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#25922]
Memorandum from France discussing the handling of York/Askrigg material, which was received directly from a contact inside DGER, August 2, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#25924]
Memoranda from OSS/ETO to field detachments, transmitting lists of cryptonyms for "OSS agents currently active and supplying intelligence," March 10 and April 25, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#25925]
Memorandum giving the dog code list to be used for sources in Airedale reports, May 16, 1945, 1 pp. [WN#25925]
Memorandum to "Isaiah" discussing the proper way to handle contact with the British, May 1, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#25926]
Monthly counter-intelligence summary for France and the Lowlands, October 15- November 15, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#25927]
Memorandum on the pre-war organization of the Polish G-2, October 1, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#25928]
3 Memorandum on changes in the Belgian Surete de l'Etat [State Security Service]
, January 15, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#25930]
OSS/ETO, SI Branch (Forward) progress report No. 3, January 16 - February 10, 1945; February 10, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#25931]
OSS/ETO (Forward) progress report for June 1945, July 10, 1945, 19 pp. [WN#25932]
SI Branch, France, Progress Report No. 13, for September 1945; September 30, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#25933]
SC, Paris, Station Activities Report for September 1945; October 1, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#25933]
SSU Mission to France, covering report and X-2 Branch progress report for December 1945; January 15, 1946, 6 pp. [WN#25934]
SSU Mission to France, covering report and SI Branch progress report for December 1945; January 15, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#25934]
SSU Mission to France, covering report and X-2 Branch progress report for February 1946; February 28, 1946, 7 pp. [WN#25934]
SSU Mission to France, report for March 1946; March 31, 1946, 9 pp. [WN#25934]
Memorandum transmitting and discussing a cable from two representatives of the General Delegation of the Indo-Chinese Workers in France to members of the General Indo-Chinese Trade Union, September 13, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#25936]
Memoranda on DGER and its possible plans, September 6 and 10, 1945 10 pp. [WN#25939]
"Statement of Policies and Principles Governing Organization and Administration of the SSU Mission in France during the Interim Period before a Permanent Organization is Established," December 3, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#25940]
Report of the Greek Section for September 16-30, inclusive; October 1, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#25944]
Indexes to NETO [Near East Theater of Operations]
SI files, 1942 - 1946, 15 pp. [WN#25945].
The indexes cover records of countries in both the Near East and Middle East. Records relating to contacts and possible cooperation between the OSS and the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, Palestine, ca. January 1943 - April 1945, ca. 60 pp. [WN#25946].
The records include correspondence with future Jerusalem Mayor, Teddy Kollek. "History of Labor Section, SI-ME, to 15 September 1944," 28 pp. [WN#25947 and WN#25961 (Appendix A)]
Description of the ABDUL Project, which sought current intelligence in Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq, through labor sources in those countries, with the help of the International Transport Workers Federation; n.d., 1 p. [WN#25952]
Report of the Labor Section, ME, for the period 1 January - 30 June, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#25953]
Letters from Mortimer Kollender, Chief, Labor Desk, ME, to Arthur Goldberg, February 14 - March 15, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#25956 - WN#25959]
Reports from the Labor Section, SI, Cairo, October 16-November 15, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#25960]
Draft report on the History of the Labor Section, SI-ME, from September 1944 to February 1945, 16 pp. [WN#25960]
Pouch Letters, reports and other records relating to developments in the Middle East and Near East, ca. October 1942 - December 1945, ca. 350 pp. [WN#25965 - WN#26010]
Memorandum on relations with the Kantars, February 23, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#26014]
Progress Reports from the Intelligence Officer and Chief, SI, MEDTO, June 15 - July 31, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#26015]
Memorandum to Chief, SI, Washington from Chief, SI, MEDTO regarding Hungarian Nationals, n.d., 4 pp. [WN#26016]
4 List of names of sources and sub-sources appearing in Italian Section, SI reports, October 26, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#26025]
Lists of code names of sources and sub-sources in Italian Section, SI reports October 26 - November 4, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#26025]
List of pseudonyms used by the Italian Division, SI, MEDTO, February 24, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#26025]
List of Italian Division, SI, MEDTO teams in the field, February 24, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26025]
List of Italian Division, SI, MEDTO cryptonyms used with indicators "CRABBE" and "HARTE," February 24, 1945, 4 p. [WN#26025]
Memorandum on British military intelligence activities in French Morocco, August 1944, 3 pp. [WN#26028]
Records relating to the case of Alfredo Rizza, a.k.a. Antonio Milani, ca. March 1944 - September 1945, ca. 100 pp. Rizza worked as an OSS agent in Italy, but was later detained as an enemy alien in the U.S. Included in the records are a statement showing agents and radio operators recruited, instructed, briefed and dispatched in German occupied Italy since October 1943; and an April 1944 report on the activities of OSS Special Detachment G-2, 5th Army, Italy. [WN#26030]
Interrogation Report of Eligio Klein, October 15, 1945, 32 pp. [WN#26042]
Detailed Interrogation Report on Vittorio Foschini and Candeloro de Leo, September 15, 1945, 48 pp. [WN#26042]
Letter describing a mission to Istanbul, Turkey to buy gold, May 9, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#26050]
Progress Reports from Austria on Project MOONLIGHT, February and April 1946, 7 pp. [WN#26051]
Report on the personalities and activities of the Bulgarian intelligence service in Vienna, Austria, February 2, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#26051]
Report giving a brief biography and description of General Peter Matejeff (or Mateeff), Chief of Bulgarian intelligence liaison with the Russians, February 6, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26051]
Report on a German intelligence service W/T contact in Switzerland, February 6, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26051]
Report on Drago Jovanovic, former chief of the security services in Yugoslavia during the German occupation, February 13, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26051]
Report giving a description of Bulgarian intelligence service offices in Vienna and Sollenau, Austria; and Budapest, Hungary; February 14, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26051]
Report on the Hungarian intelligence Service, February 16, 1946, 18 pp. [WN#26051]
Report from Austria on the Shanghai Incident (Project CACTUS), in which members of the Soviet Repatriation Committee twice tried to kidnap source SABER, March 5, 1946, 20 pp. [WN#26051]
Report on Project SWORD, which sought to establish an intelligence organization in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, January 22, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26051]
5 List of Rumanian sources used by X-2, Bucharest, May 4, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26055]
Statements by one Mr. DeCruz, describing his torture by the Japanese, and listing Japanese collaborators, in Burma, March 19, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#26057]
Report on the Swedish intelligence service, August 18, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#26064]
Records relating to the post-war visa problems of [Baron or Count]
Werner Von Alvensleben, who served the U.S. as a double-agent in Portuguese East Africa during the war, ca. October 1944 - February 1947, ca. 35 pp. [WN#26069]
Combined Interrogation Report on Ernesto Zai, Silvio Clarallo, and Alfredo Marigliano, April 17, 1945, 46 pp. [WN#26070]
Interrogation Report on Antonio Bonandi, March 20, 1945, 51 pp. [WN#26071]
Interrogation Report on Nereo Cavallari, February 10, 1945, 25 pp. [WN#26072]
X-2, Stockholm, Monthly Report, March, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26095]
"Personnel Questionnaires" of German and French nationals, ca. February - March 1945, ca. 100 pp. [26110].
The forms came to the OSS in Paris from the 7th Army, reason unknown, except that "the subjects were vetted with a view to employment by some allied service." Many of the questionnaires have photos attached.
6 Biographical information on various French and German SI agents and agent prospects, ca. August 1943 - October 1944, ca. 60 pp. [WN#26112]
Records relating to the vetting of one Victor Alexander Larionoff, June 11 - August 1, 1946, 9 pp. [WN#26128]
The lack of information on Larionoff is discussed in the records as illustrating the need for guidance in dealing with dissident Russian groups. Report and other records relating to Poles in Palestine, ca. April - May 1946, 14 pp. [WN#26141]
Memorandum from the Chief, SI Branch, Mission to Germany, discussing the current activities and status of the branch, May 20, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#26142]
Memorandum to the Chief, SI Branch, Mission to Germany on intelligence procedures, May 6, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#26142]
Memorandum discussing a report of a trip to Bremen and Bermerhaven, Germany on 24 and 25 September, 1946; September 27, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#26143]
Memorandum on opportunities for clandestine intelligence in Bremen Enclave, September 27, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#26143]
Memoranda on individuals involved with intelligence work in the U.S.S.R., September 4 and 6, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#26144]
Memorandum on "Project Rudolf Ruscheweyh, Liechtenstein," relating to European scientists specializing in the armament field, August 27, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#26145]
Memoranda and other records from Germany providing background data on sources, July 9, 1945 - October 17, 1946, 74 pp. [WN#26146].
Most of the records provide information on "County Gazette Sources." Memorandum discussing General Survey No. 2 and an exchange of Lambda economic data, January 1946, 2 pp. [WN#26147]
Memorandum on Fred Unit projects for penetration into the Russian Zone, August 6, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#26149]
Memoranda and letters of the Italian Division, SI, MEDTO, October 6, 1944 - January 26, 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#26150 - WN#26161]
Progress Report on Central Europe and Balkan Areas, January 23, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#26162]
Progress Reports from SI Branch of the Mission to Germany, January - March, 1946, 22 pp. [WN#26162]
Monthly Report for September 1946, giving figures for raw intelligence reports received, processed, and disseminated in and for Amzon, October 10, 1946, 5 pp. [WNW#26162]
Memorandum with questions on atomic research in the French Zone, September 23, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#26163]
Memorandum from Richard Helms discussing intelligence objectives relating to British work at the Aero-dynamical Research Center at Braunschweig, Germany, May 22, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26164]
List of names, and discussion of the importance, of experts in atomic fission living in Germany, and German scientists known to be working by invitation in the U.S.S.R., ca. 1946, 3 pp. [WN#26164]
Memorandum on the Prague Detachment, April 22, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#26165]
Records relating to a British request that the OSS help a Yugoslavian Air Force pilot desert, August and September 1946, 4 pp. [WN#26168]
Memoranda to Charles W. Thayer in Austria discussing the status of SSU, developments relating to Austria, and other matters, November 1945 - January 1946, 21 pp. [WN#26169]
Memorandum to the Chief, Scandinavian-Central European Section, SI, relating to SICE Affairs, November 6, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26169]
SICE Status Reports, November - December, 1945, 16 pp. [WN#26169]
Roster of personnel of SSU, WD, Mission to Germany, by branches, January 2, 1946, 6 pp. [WN#26169]
"Informal Memorandum on SI, Austria, Progress," including SI Branch roster, February 26, 1946, 7 pp. [WN#26169]
"Production Record by Sources; Miscellaneous Affairs of Austrian Mission," July 29, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#26169]
SI Personnel Roster [Austria]
, September 6, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26170]
Memorandum on cover for operation in Hungary, August 22, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26170]
Memorandum from the Chief, SI, Austria on the employment of foreign nationals, November 6, 1945, 1 p. [WN#26170]
Rosters of personnel, SSU, Mission to Germany, by branches, and related records, February - April 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#26170]
Memorandum on SICE personnel matters, October 8, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#26170]
Roster of SSU Mission to Austria, August 9, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#26170]
Memorandum to Richard M. Helms, Acting Chief, FBM, from SSU Mission to Austria, giving "an informal resume of some of the administrative and operational developments since your departure," August 24, 1946, 6 pp. [WN#26172]
Statement of Accounts from the Finance Officer, SSU Mission to Austria, July 9, 1946, 7 pp. [WN#26173]
Austrian Mission Budget Estimate for 1 July 1946 to 30 June 1947; July 3, 1946 ca, 30 pp. [WN#26174]
Memorandum from SSU Mission to Austria discussing cover arrangements and relations with the State Department, June 11, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#26175]
Source biographies, pseudonym identifications, and related records from SSU, Austria, ca. August 1945 - January 1946, 20 pp. [WN#26176]
Memorandum discussing letters of instruction to contacts in Belgrade and Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, August 12, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#26177]
Memorandum giving background information on Ukrainian resistance leaders, June 21, 1946, 14 pp. [WN#26179]
SICE operational status report from OSS, Austria, for September 1945; September 24, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#26180]
Progress Reports from various branches of SSU, Austria, ca. December 1945 - April 1946, ca. 30 pp. [WN#26181 - WN#26183, WN#26185 - WN#26187, and WN#26189 - WN#26190]
Memorandum on activities of SI, Austria, May 6, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#26184]
Memorandum on intelligence priorities for SCB, Austria, August 16, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26191]
Memorandum discussing a conference held in Rome, Italy to ensure better coordination on "certain intelligence operations" between SSU Austria and Italy, May 10, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#26192]
Memorandum discussing a recruiting trip to India from July - September 1944; September 11, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#26195]
Detachment 101, Arakan, Burma Field Unit, MO Branch, report on Operation JEAN/DRACULA, May 15, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#26196]
Detachment 101, Arakan, Burma Field Unit, X-2 Branch report on Operation JEAN, May 15, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26196]
Unidentified page 3, relating to financial transactions with the Banks of Ceylon and other Asian countries, n.d., [WN#26197]
Report on X-2 Experiences with the Burma Anti-Fascist League, n.d., 5 pp. [WN#26198]
Pouch Letter No. 9 to Loanda, Angola, April 30, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#26199]
Unidentified pages 130 - 134, discussing the intelligence aspect of Hokeou, China, and other matters, n.d. [WN#26200]
Unidentified pages 167 - 169, giving a Who's Who list of the Tai Li Secret Service Organization in China, n.d., [WN#26203]
Correspondence to and from Angola, ca. April - November 1943, ca. 80 pp. [WN#26206 - WN#26210]
7 Letter to Captain Parke Brady, USN, in Holland, discussing the death of King Kong, and other matters, August 23, 1946, 1 p. [WN#26211]
Pouch Letter No. 2 to Chief, S.I. Branch, Paris from Lisbon, Portugal, September 11, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26213]
Report on the death of George Morel, September 21, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#26213]
Report, in French, with English summary, on the history of the Marseille Section of the HIHI-Truck Chain, ca. November 13, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#26215]
Pouch Letter No. 218 from Madrid, Spain to Washington, D.C., December 20, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#26217]
Pouch Letters from Barcelona to Madrid, Spain, June - July, 1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#26218]
Memorandum discussing the possibility of asylum in Kenya or Tanganyika for Werner Von Alvensleben, G.E. Dedek, and Maria Sousa de Costa, March 18, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#26219]
Memorandum from William J. Casey, Chief, SI Branch, ETO regarding a report that the British Government had arranged for Reuters to appoint "an Army of so-called diplomatic correspondents who are in fact SIS men," March 22, 1945, 1 pp. [WN#26222]
Memorandum on the ISK Chain, December 27, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#26224]
Memorandum to William J. Casey on relations with the Kantars, February 23, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#26229]
Partial list of possible contacts in Nimes, France, January 14, 1944, 11 pp. [WN#26230]
Report to the Commanding Officer, OSS/Paris for the period 7 July to 22 July 1945; July 22, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#26231]
Report, in German, with English summary, on Lambda signal intelligence, ca. December 1945, 39 pp. [WN#26232]
Memorandum describing and extolling SSU facilitation of communications between British and Austrian Government representatives, May 13, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#26234]
Memoranda on progress reports relating to SI, London, England, December 11, 1943 - January 18, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#26236]
Correspondence between Angola and Washington, D.C., ca. March 1943 - May 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#26237 - WN#26242]
X-2 Stockholm, monthly report, April 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26243]
Correspondence between OSS Labor Division and London, England, January 28 - July 17, 1943, 51 pp. [WN#26244]
Records relating to strained relations between the OSS and the U.S. Embassy in Spain, May 1945, 10 pp. [WN#26245]
Memorandum discussing labor unions and other matters relating to India and China, January 28, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#26248]
Letters to Arthur Goldberg relating to the Citrine-Oldenbroek matter, February 1944, 4 pp. [WN#26249 - WN#26250]
Memorandum on the Junta Espanola de Liberacion, February 29, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#26251]
Records relating to labor and political developments in Italy, ca. February - March, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#26253]
Memorandum on the Austrian Railway Project, which envisioned cooperation between the Austrian railway workers and the democratic wing of the Christian Socialists, May 5, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#26255]
Memorandum discussing the possibility of tying up small Dutch vessels which sailed from occupied Holland to Swedish ports, June 21, 1944, 1 p. [WN#26258]
Memorandum and report discussing developments in the Italian labor movement, July 1944, 3 pp. [WN#26259]
Memorandum on a trip to the U.S. from France by Roger Deniau, who hoped to arrange regular visits between American Congressmen and French Consultative Assembly members, March 3, 1945, 1 p. [WN#26262]
Records from Baghdad, Iraq, ca. October 1943 - February 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#26263].
Records from Switzerland, ca. October 1944 - July 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#26265]
Copies of German documents, with English summary, given to the British SIS in May 1945 by a German Abwehr Major named Bob Heuser, a.k.a. P. Jones, ca 1943 - 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#26268].
Many of the documents are characterized as "North Pole Documents." Records relating to liaison with Dutch Intelligence, August 18, 1943 - July 5, 1944, 18 pp. [WN#26270]
Memorandum from SI, Labor Desk, Stockholm, Sweden providing information about projects and agents, May 11, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#26271]
Report on the Korean Young Men's Association, April 20, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#26272]
Memorandum on agents in Portuguese East Africa, June 7, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#26273]
Report with "information on the various British and S.A. [South African]
agencies dealing directly with or bearing on the Intelligence picture," May 15, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#26274]
Special Pouch Letter No. 1 to 109 [William J. Donovan]
, discussing plans for future operations in Morocco, April 3, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#26278].
Most of the letter discusses the advantages that could occur if an American became head of the concession for Coca Cola. Pouch Letter No. 47 from Tangier, Morocco discussing British intelligence personnel and intentions, July 31, 1944, 1 p. [WN#26281]
"Review and Restatement of SI Policy for Africa," November 1944, 8 pp. [WN#26282]
Pouch Letter No. 130 from Tangier, Morocco providing information on agents' identities, June 2, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#26286]
Memorandum on British "SI*SO" in Angola, May 20, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#26287]
Pouch Letters and other records to and from Africa, including Accra, Gold Coast; Robertsfield, Liberia; and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; ca. December 1943 - July 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#26291 - 26307].
8 Pouch Letters to and from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, December 1943 - May 1944, 15 pp. [WN#26308 - WN#26311]
Letters to Lloyd George describing developments in China, June 3 and July 26, 1946, 10 pp. [WN#26313 and WN#26321]
Memoranda giving code names used in the China Theater, February 9 and May 23, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#26315 - WN#26316]
CBI [China-Burma-India Theater of Operations]
progress report on the Aztec - Green Project, August 19, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#26318]
Records relating to the establishment of an intelligence chain to Formosa, September - October 11, 1944, 5 p. [WN#26319]
Draft proposal of the Phoenix Project, "a major OSS secret intelligence operation in the Peking, Tsingtao and Sian Triangle," March 5, 1945, 7 pp. [WN326320]
Copies of weekly news-information reports received by OSS, Chunking, China from Frederick B. Opper, editor of the China edition of the Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, March 1944, 17 pp. [WN#26322]
Report on the British intelligence mission, Kunming, China, August 16, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#26323]
Pouch Letters to Major A. W. Schmidt from R. Boulton, Chief of the Africa Section, March 1 - June 21, 1944, 24 pp. [WN#26325]
Letter to Major A. W. Schmidt describing developments in Liberia, June 3, 1944, 1 p. [WN#26325]
Cable summarizing information obtained from the New York Police Department's Special Squad 1, relating to Austrian Action, Inc., which was organized to aid Austrian refugees, October 6, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#26326]
Records relating to the purchase and distribution of opium by OSS, Calcutta, India, ca. December 1942 - August 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#26328]
Biographical information and other records relating to German and Austrian POWs rejected for OSS use, ca. 250 pp. [WN#26331 - WN#26332]
Records relating to Operation DANUBE, "Underground RSHA movement, US, British and French Zones, centering in Wurttenburg [sic]
-Baden," June - September 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#26339]
Memoranda on Italian SI accounts, May 6 and 9, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#26340]
Heidelberg, Germany cable describing the anti-Nazi Polzin Group, October 23, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#26344]
Financial reports of the Soviet Dal Bank in Manchuria, China, May - June 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#26356]
9 Copies of memoranda to Allen Dulles regarding people to contact as part of the effort to build a Swiss network specializing in information about religious matters and in information which could be obtained through religious circles, August 29 and September 17, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#26368]
Cable to Washington requesting an opinion on the use of German POWs "as agents for MO and SI work on both sides of lines," November 11, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#26373]
Records relating to sending photographer and publicist Therese Bonney to Sweden, and possibly Finland, June 4 - August 4, 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#26374 and WN#26376]
Background documents on counterintelligence units, ca. 1943 - 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#26377]
Monthly report from Spain for 20 May - 19 June 1944; June 22, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#26378]
Report from Bucharest, Rumania providing background and a character study of "renowned source" AD-1085, August 29, 1946, 14 pp. [WN#26379]