OSS Covert Operations 1940-1947 by BrianCharles

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									Records of the Office of Strategic Services (Record Group 226) 1940-
1947

Entry 210. Boxes 1-538. Location: 250 64/21/1. CIA Accession: 79-00332A.

Box # Subject/Record/Information

1      Records relating to Francisco Mijare Fernandez, a double agent controlled by the
       FBI, whose German-assigned area was Mexico, April 25 – May 3, 1945, 3 pp.
       [WN#00001 – 00003]
       Records relating to Project DOCTOR, which sought to send two Belgian SI
       agents into Austria to organize Belgian workers for intelligence purposes, ca.
       November 1944 – May 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#00004 – WN#00025, and
       WN#00801 – WN#00832]
       Records relating to Project PAINTER, which sought to send two Belgian SI
       agents into Germany to organize Belgian workers for intelligence purposes, ca.
       November 1944 – May 1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#00833]

2      Reports in French, with some English translations, from source Vulture relating to
       developments in France, the Middle East, and Spain, ca. November 1944 –
       August 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00026]
       Records relating to the TWILIGHT Project, ca. March 1944 – June 1945, ca. 100
       pp. The Twilight Project called for X-2 trained agents to live in German cities and
       keep track of underground movements that could hamper the Allied occupation.
       [WN#00027]
       Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to the COMET, ECLIPSE,
       HURRICANE, SUNSPOT, and TYPHOON Missions against Germany, ca.
       October 1944 – November, 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00028 – WN#00030,
       WN#00032, and WN#00033]

3      Weekly Activity Report of the Field Analysis Unit, Brussels, Belgium, January 21
       to February 3, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#00083]
       Memorandum from 110 [Allen W. Dulles] on the infiltration of agents into
       Germany, November 7 [no year], 3 pp. [WN#00090]
       OSS, ETO, CD Branch progress report for January 1 – 15, 1945; 2 pp.
       [WN#00094]
       OSS, ETO, R&D Branch progress report for January 1 – 15, 1945, 3 pp.
       [WN#00094]
       “Report of the Cover and Documents Branch of the G-2 Strategic Services
       Section,” May 8, 1945, 12 pp. [WN#00098]
       Report on secret writing, from a report on German postal censorship in Norway,
       January 1944, 5 pp. [WN#00104]
       French intelligence information--including reports, maps, charts, emblems and
       signs, newspapers, leaflets, and other records--ca. 1944, ca. 750 pp. [WN#00487 –
       WN#00489]
4   French intelligence information--including reports, maps, charts, emblems and
    signs, newspapers, leaflets, and other records--ca. 1944, ca. 200 pp. [WN#00490]
    Nine rolls of microfilmed “A” dissemination reports, A-63545 to A-71499.
    [WN#00128 – WN#00136]

5   Report on the FAT Project, which sought to send two teams through Switzerland
    to Germany to obtain intelligence, particularly in the Bissingen region, and to
    obtain O.B. intelligence near Stuttgart and Munich, March 22, 1945, 14 pp.
    [WN#01121]
    Report on the status of teams from the Belgian, Czech, French, German, Polish
    and Labor Desks, March 10, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#01122]
    Draft report on projects of the Czech Desk, SI, n.d., 3 pp. [WN#01123]
    Report to William Casey, Chief, SI on the status of teams as of March 24, 1945, 7
    pp. [WN#01123?]
    Report to William Casey, Chief, SI on the status of teams as of March 31, 1945, 5
    pp. [WN#01123?]
    London, England summaries and other records relating to the SALAUD,
    PLAINCHANT, CHARLES, VITRAIL, JEANNE, DIANE, DENTELLE,
    PLUTARQUE, MADELEINE, VIS, PAPIER, CURE, EVASION,
    CENDRILLON, FILAN, CERCLE, FOURDRE, JUSTICE, HELENE, COUPE,
    EPICE, SANCTUAIRE, LAPIN, VELOURS, and DIAMANT Missions, ca.
    October 1944 – September 1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#01127 – WN#01129,
    WN#01131 – WN#01152]
    Records relating to EAGLE Project, No. I, which sought to drop a number of
    teams into Germany to act as pathfinders and reception committees for further
    personnel, report on military rail and road movements, and to report on “such
    information as will be needed when the area is overrun,” February – March 1945,
    ca. 50 pp. [WN#00156]
    Memorandum on auxiliary projects of the Czech Section, SI, January 9, 1945, 2
    pp. [WN#00163]
    Letter on joint Czechoslovak – OSS projects with mineral names, January 2,
    1945, 2 pp. [WN#00163]
    List of code words and operations of the SO Branch, ETO, April 16, 1945, 16 pp.
    [WN#00170]
    Report on the activities and personnel of the I.G. Farben industry, n.d., 13 pp.
    [WN#00176]

6   Information on agents and personalities in Barcelona, Spain, 1944, ca. 20 pp.
    Joint Intelligence Operation memos and reports regarding Safehaven matters in
    Spain, 1945-1946, ca. 100 pp.

7   Records relating to French chains, ca. October 1943 – January 1945 ca. 150 pp.
    [WN#00180 – WN#00181]
    Records relating to Spanish agents, ca. June 1943 – May 1944, ca. 75 pp.
    [WN#00182]
     Records from Madrid, Spain to the Joint Intelligence Organization, ca. May – July
     1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00183]
     Plan, in French, on the relations of French espionage agents with Broadway
     (British Intelligence, MI6 Headquarters) and the 21st Army Group, ca. June 1944,
     ca. 30 pp. [WN#00227]
     Records relating to the SUSSEX plan, ca. September 1943 – January 1945, ca. 30
     pp. [WN#00230 – WN#00243, and WN#00245 – WN#00246]
     Secret Intelligence progress reports from France, including updates on the
     SUSSEX Plan, September 1943 – July 1945, ca. 60 pp. [WN#00244]
     Records relating to French intelligence mission FRANCIS III, October 1944, 12
     pp. [WN#00248]
     Records of Mission GOGOL, to contact a group of Russian deportees in Southern
     Germany, ca. October 1944 – April 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00251]
     Records of Mission HOFER, a resistance and sabotage mission to Austria, ca.
     October 1944 – November 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#00252]

7A   Map from the records relating to French chains in Box 7 [WN#00180]

8    Paris, France, SI Branch master file on Mission RUPERT, ca. October 1944 -
     September 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#00253]
     Circle X-2 [Counter-Intelligence] Branch Weekly Summary No. 17, July 10,
     1944, 3 pp. [WN#00279]. Information on Abwehr agent activities in Western
     Europe; anticipated German stay-behind network in Spain.
     Circle Weekly Summary No. 31, October 27, 1944, 13 pp. [WN#00280].
     Information on activities of the Germans throughout Europe, with references to
     the RSHA.
     Circle Weekly Summary No. 46, February 9, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#00281].
     Information on German stay-behind plans in the Rhineland, France, and the low
     countries; German intelligence reorganization and personnel (references to
     RSHA); activities of Otto Skorzeny; and German activities throughout Europe.
     Circle Weekly Summaries Nos. 56 and 57 Combined, April 23, 1945, 5 pp.
     [WN#00282]. Information on German post-resistance plans in Germany
     (references to The Werewolves) [Werewolf], in former occupied countries, and in
     neutral countries.
     Circle Weekly Summaries Nos. 58 and 59 Combined, May 4, 1945, 7 pp.
     [WN#00283]. Information on German post-resistance plans throughout Europe;
     recent activities of the German Intelligence Service throughout Europe.
     Madrid, Spain, SI Branch reports relating to France and other countries, ca.
     February – April 1944, ca. 600 pp. [WN#00284 – 00285]

9    Bern, Switzerland cables, 1944 [WN#301-WN#00304]
     Bern, Switzerland Kappa Message, July 3, 1944 [WN#00305]
     OSS Middle East Summary information of German intelligence activities,
     including Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Albania, Turkey, Greece, and Yugoslavia,
     1944 [WN#00306]
     Circle Weekly Summary No. 32, November 1, 1944, 8 pp. Information on
     German intelligence targets throughout Europe [WN#00307]
     Report on German stay-behind networks in Spain, Portugal, and North Africa,
     September 29, 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#00332]
     Report on German stay-behind networks in the Balkans, ca. 1944, 5 pp.
     [WN#00333]
     Memo regarding analysis of information received about the RSHA, Abwehr,
     OKW, WFS, SS, September 1, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#00334]
     Report entitled “Stay-Behind – Italy.” n.d. [ca. October 1944] 20 pp. Includes
     information about the looting of gold from the Italian State Bank (September
     1943); measures against the Jews in Rome (September 1943); SD measures
     against Ministry of the Interior and the police of Rome (September 1943);
     removal of 110 tons of Italian State gold to Milan and 50 kgs. Of gold from Jews
     in Rome being dispatched to Ernst Kaltenbrunner (October 1943); purchase and
     preparation of a Georgian Monastery in Rome for use by SD (March 1944);
     Wehrmacht request to execute 70 hostages following guerilla attack (August
     1944) [WN#00337].
     Report entitled Stay-Behind Network in North Africa, ca. 1944 [WN#00338]
     Report entitled Stay-behinds in France and the Low Countries, 11 pp.
     [WN#00335]
     Report, First Draft, Italian Stay- Behind Network, 10 pp. [WN#00336]
     Spain Flashes [German messages October 1943-September 1944), 17 pp.
     [WN#00343]
     Portugal Flashes and report on Stay-behinds in Portugal, ca. 10 pp. [WN#00339]
     Excerpts from Weekly Summaries, 1944-1945 [WN#00341]
     Weekly Summaries regarding German intelligence activities for William J.
     Donovan, 1944, [WN#00306 and WN#00307]
     Weekly Summaries for Saint received from London, November 1944-May 1945;
     contains information on German intelligence organization and activities
     throughout Europe, stay-behind activities [WN#01219]

10   Reports of OSS SCI unit 88, 1944-1945 [WN#00351]

11   Budget Estimates, Fiscal Year 1947, C1-12 March 1946, ca. 500 pp. [WN#00376
     – WN#00377]
     Special Funds expenditure reports, July 1943 – December 1945, ca. 150 pp.
     [WN#00378]

12   Records relating to Project AIREDALE, to recruit, train and employ 150-200
     Spanish nationals to carry out short-range sabotage activities immediately behind
     enemy lines, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00401]
     Records relating to the CROSS Project, for special sabotage operations against
     Nazi and Gestapo personnel, ca. December 1944 – July 1945, ca. 300 pp.
     [WN#00402]

13   Continuation of records relating to the CROSS Project, ca. 800 pp. [WN#00403]
14   Continuation of records relating to the CROSS Project, ca. 60 pp. [WN#00403]
     Memos regarding OSS-US Embassy Madrid, Spain arrangements, 1943, ca. 10
     pp. [WN#00404]

15   Information on Jacob and Marcus Wallenberg of Sweden, ca. 1944, 2 pp.
     [WN#00453]

16   Secret Intelligence reports collected in Madrid, Spain, relating mainly to France,
     but including information on Spain, Germany, and other countries, ca. May 1943
     – October 1944, ca. 800 pp. [WN#00287 – WN#00289]

17   Washington, Research and Development Branch records relating to Projects
     Martha, Carmen, Goethe, Joe, Marguerita, Faust, Sunflower, Interne, Mickey
     Mouse, Donald Duck, Laurel, Tyl-B, Rubens/Triangle, Troy, Cheerful, Pitt,
     Downend, Mimi, Student, Square, Abnaki, Doctor, Bristol, Tissue, Schiller,
     Parson, and Peter, ca. September 1944 – April 1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#00379
     (beginning)]

18   Washington, Research and Development Branch records relating to Projects
     Bacon, Epidermis, Crocus, No-Name, Pore, Painters, Chisel, Mallet, Fedala, Faro,
     Violet, Eggnog, Eagle/Daiquiri, Manhattan, Sidecar, Martini, Aster, Petunia,
     Hibiscus, Peony, Hammer, Welder and Cross, ca. July 1944 – April 1945, ca. 800
     pp. [WN#00379 (end) – WN#00380 (beginning)]

19   Washington, Research and Development Branch records relating to Projects
     Wheaties, Interne, Bacon 2, Howe, Twilight, Sultane, Pink Lady, Alexander, Old
     Fashioned, Cubra or Cuba Libra, and Highball, ca. January – April 1945, ca. 800
     pp. [WN#00380 (continued)]

20   Washington, Research and Development Branch records relating to Projects
     Singapore Sling, Luxe, Orange Blossom, Tom Collins, Planters Punch, Zombie,
     Hot Punch, Engineer, Gitane, Balto, Pickaxe, Buzz saw, Apple, Chauffeur,
     Virginia, Georgia, Luxe II, Farmer, Plumber, Edelweiss, and Caporal, ca. January
     – April 1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#00380 (end) and WN#00381 (beginning)]

21   Washington, Research and Development Branch records relating to Projects
     Gauloise, Naja, Teacher, Celtique, Apple, Cross, and Hammer, ca. March – June
     1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00381 (end)].
      Pouch letters from Barcelona to Madrid, Spain, 1944, ca. 40 pp. [WN#00034]
     Information relating to Spain, 1944, ca. 400 pp. [WN#00034]

22   Pouch letters from Barcelona to Madrid, Spain, 1944, ca. 40 pp. [WN#00035].
23   Secret Intelligence reports collected in Madrid, Spain, relating mainly to France,
     but including information on Spain, Germany, and other countries, ca. March –
     May 1944, ca. 500 pp. [WN#00036]
     SUSSEX agent mission reports nos. 1 – 59, ca. October – November 1944, ca. 50
     pp. [WN#00388]. Proposal for the VULTURE Project, to use 32 German
     speaking, Polish agents to procure secret intelligence from within Germany,
     Czechoslovakia, France, or other areas, May 1945, 5 pp. [WN#00389]
     Records of the EGMONT Project, which was formed to use Polish nationals who
     crossed Allied lines, and German POWs of Polish nationality, to return to
     Germany and collect intelligence, ca. December 1944 – April 1945, ca. 50 pp.
     [WN#00390]
     Records relating to the FILIP Mission, which involved the services of Lieutenant
     Kazimierz Kraczkiewicz of the Polish Army, ca. December 1944 – May 1945, ca.
     30 pp. [WN#00391]
     Records relating to joint Polish/OSS activities, November - December 1944, 13
     pp. [WN#00392 – WN#00393]
     Report, in French, on Mission MIDIRON, September 1944, 11 pp. [WN#00394]
     Reports on meetings of the Spanish Council of Ministers, May 1945, 6 pp.
     [WN#00395]
     Report on changes in the Belgian Surete de l’Etat organization, January 15, 1945,
     2 pp. [WN#00396]
     Memorandum on Mission MELANIE, involving OSS use of Dutch nationals,
     December 21, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#00397]
     List of “Agents and Suspects in Copenhagen Denmark,” n.d., 8 pp. [WN#00400]
     Report on cases of espionage in Sweden, May 4, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#00601]

24   Ca. 200 page-document entitled “Officers, Agents, and Employees of Axis
     Intelligence Services in Spain, Spanish Possessions and Tangier, 1945.”
     Biographical information is included [WN#00626, Part 1].
     Binder containing a ca. 200 page-document entitled “Officers, Agents, and
     Employees of Axis Intelligence Services in Spain, Spanish Possessions and
     Tangier, 1945” Biographical information is included [WN#00626, Part 2]

25   Report from La Coruna, Spain discussing wolfram, March 7, 1944, 9 pp.
     [WN#00254]
     Memorandum discussing the La Coruna wolfram report, March 28, 1944, 2 pp.
     [WN#00255]
     Pouch Letters to Madrid, Spain, October 12 and November 20, 1944, 5 p.
     [WN#00256 and WN#00260]
     Report on the airfield at Moron de la Frontera, Spain, April 16, 1943, 5 pp.
     [WN#00259]
     Memorandum on Banco Germano de la America del Sur, June 14, 1945, 1 p.
     [WN#00261]
     Records relating to possible agent Max Better, including a report on the Comite
     de Alemanes Libres, which was formed in Russia for activities on the Iberian
     Peninsula, ca. September 1944 – July 1945, 16 pp. [WN#00262]
     Records relating to, and reports from, source Poppy, who was connected with the
     Polish legation in Spain, ca. June 1944 – August 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#00265]
     Records relating to, and reports from, source Tutu, a.k.a. Screwy, who reported on
     German and Japanese espionage activities in Spain and elsewhere, ca. March
     1943 – December 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#00266]
     First four pages of the handbook, Officers, Agents and Employees of the Axis
     Intelligence Services in Spain, Spanish Possessions and Tangier, 1945
     [WN#00270]
     Records of Mission APPLE, which hoped to send agents to gather intelligence in
     Austria, ca. March to May 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00040]
     Records of Mission BACON, which sought to gather intelligence in Germany, ca.
     May 1944 – August 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#00041 and WN#00048]

26   Secret Intelligence reports collected in Madrid, Spain, relating mainly to France,
     but including information on Spain, Germany, and other countries, ca. February –
     May 1944, ca. 800 pp. [WN#00290 – WN#00292]

27   Records relating to Mission INTERN, which was formed to collect intelligence
     around Nurnberg, Germany, ca. February – April 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00188]
     Records relating to the PAINTER Team, which was formed to gather intelligence
     near Munich, Germany from Belgian workers, ca. December 1944 – May 1945,
     ca. 75 pp. [WN#00189 – WN#00190]
     Records relating to the PLUMBER Project, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Dessau, Germany, ca. March – May 1945, ca. 300 pp.
     [WN#00191 (begins)]

28   Records relating to the PLUMBER Project, ca. March – May 1945, ca. 50 pp.
     [WN#00191(end) – WN#00192]
     Records relating to the STUDENT Team, which was formed to gather intelligence
     after accompanying airborne troops into Germany, ca. November 1944 – March
     1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00193]
     Records relating to the PRINTER Team, which was never activated, ca. April –
     May 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#03013 – WN#03014]
     Secret Intelligence reports collected in Madrid, Spain, relating mainly to France,
     but including information on Spain, Germany, and other countries, ca. March –
     July 1944, ca. 600 pp. [WN#00491 – WN#00493]

29   Memo on approach to the problem of intelligence in Germany, April 12, 1944, 18
     pp. [WN#511]
     Information on Swedish companies, 1943, ca. 75 pp. [WN#00515]
     Historical summaries of operations against Germany, ca. 1945 [WN #03503-
     WN#03534]
     Summary of Westfield Mission to Stockholm, Sweden 1944, ca. 50 pp.
     [WN#00515(?)]
30   Report on conditions in Berlin, Germany based on conversations with Mr. C.J.V.,
     n.d., 6 pp. References to food, cost of living, Hitler, Himmler, Goebbels, Sauckel,
     morale (fear of Russian rule and occupation), propaganda, foreign workers,
     concentration camp inmates doing work in Berlin [WN#00708].
     Memo regarding BULB-STIGMA operations, September 25, 1944; references to
     conditions in Germany [WN#00712]
     Westfield Reports. 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#00715]
     Report on the political situation in Austria, March 3, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#00723]
     Report from the Norwegian Information Service, March 17, 1942. Information on
     Poland, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Czechoslovakia [WN#00737].

31   Records relating to Project TEACHER, which was formed to gather intelligence
     near Chemnitz, Germany, ca. February – May 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#00293 –
     WN#00294]
     Records relating to the WELDER team, which was formed to gather intelligence
     near Leipzig, Germany, ca. February – May 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#00295]

32   Records relating to the WELDER team, which was formed to gather intelligence
     near Leipzig, Germany, ca. February – May 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#00296 –
     WN#00297]
     Records describing project files of the Division of Intelligence Procurement, SI-
     London, “covering the projects and work done toward the penetration of
     Germany,” June and August 1945, 13 pp. [WN#00298]
     Records of the BALTO Team, which was formed to gather intelligence near
     Hamelin, Germany, ca. January – June 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00299]
     Records relating to the BOYARD Team, which was formed to gather intelligence
     near Chemnitz, Germany, ca. February – May 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00300]
     Records relating to the CAPORAL Team, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Salzburg, Austria, ca. January – May 1945, ca. 100 pp.
     [WN#00901]
     Records relating to the CELTIQUE Team, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Salzburg, Austria, ca. February – May 1945, ca. 150 pp.
     [WN#00902 – WN#00903]

33   Two folders containing OSS-State Department Madrid, Spain correspondence,
     January-December 1944 [WN#00526]

34   Information found in German archives relating to individuals [WN#00527, Folder
     1]
     Records relating to Germans repatriated from Spain on the ship Marine Marlin,
     August 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00527, Folder 2]
     Germans interned in Spanish camps [WN#00527, Folders 3 and 4]
     Records relating to smuggling Nazis into, and through, Spain, ca. 1946 – 1947,
     ca. 25 pp. [WN#00527, Folder 4]
     National Intelligence Authority Directive for interdepartmental coordination of
     collection activities, December 20, 1946, 1 p. [WN#00527, Folder 5]
     Records relating to Nazis fleeing to Argentina from Spain, ca. 20 pp.
     [WN#00527, Folder 5]
     Flight list of the Lufthansa [of Germans to Argentina], August 1944 to April
     1945, 18 pp. [WN#00527, Folder 5]
     Records relating to Germans repatriated from Spain, ca. 1946, ca. 150 pp.
     [WN#00527, Folder 6]
35   Officers, Agents and Employees of the Axis Intelligence Services in Spain,
     Spanish Possessions and Tangier, 1945, ca. October 1945, ca. 700 pp.
     [WN#00271]

36   Axis Intelligence Activities in Iran, November 1, 1942, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00273]
     Records relating to the CHAUFFER Team, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Regensberg, Germany, ca. January – May 1945, ca. 250 pp.
     [WN#00275 and WN#1001]
     Records relating to the BREWERS Mission, which was formed to penetrate the
     German intelligence services in Switzerland, ca. January 1944 – April 1945, ca.
     30 pp. [WN#01154]
     Records relating to the DRIVER and MARQUISE Missions, ca. June –
     September 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#01155]. The Marquise mission was formed to
     gather intelligence in northeast France.
     Daily Pouch Review discussing financial arrangements in Italy; plans for the
     Istanbul, Turkey office; and the death of IPDP in IBT, April 24 1945, 2 pp.
     [WN#01159]
     European-Mediterranean Pouch Reviews and Cable Digests, January - October,
     1945, ca. 65 pp. [WN#01160 – WN#01182]
     Africa Section, SI monthly progress reports for January 1944, 3 pp. [WN#01183 –
     WN#01185]
     Report of the USSR Division for January 1944, 8 pp. [WN#01186]. This report
     consists of pages 38 – 45 of a larger, unidentified report.
     Unidentified page from an unidentified report discussing assignment of staff to
     serve in Moscow, USSR, n.d., 1 p. [WN#01187]
     Unidentified pages from an unidentified report discussing developments in the
     Latin American, USSR, and Central Information Divisions; and the
     Interdepartmental Committee, n.d., 3 pp. [WN#01188]
     Unidentified pages from unidentified progress reports, ca. June – September
     1944, 11 pp. WN# 01189 – WN#01191, and WN#01193 – WN#01195]
     Page 1 of the June 1944 monthly report for the Pacific Coast Area, July 10, 1944.
     [WN#01192]
     Monthly report on the Survey of Foreign Experts, Pacific Coast Area, September
     5, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#01196]

37   Records relating to the CHAUFFER Team, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Regensberg, Germany, ca. January – May 1945, ca. 50 pp.
     [WN#01002]
     War Diary pages relating to the PATHFINDER Mission, and other records from
     the SUSSEX Plan, ca. 1945, 17 pp. [WN#03304 – WN#03311]. [It appears that
     these pages are from the War Diary of London OSS SI Branch; Vol. 3, Bk. 1;
     Sussex.]
     War Diary of London OSS SI Branch; Vol. 3, Bk. 2, Sussex; ca. 1945, ca. 250 pp.
     [WN#03312] [This volume is also numbered as WN#00627.]
     War Diary pages relating to the PROUST Plan, ca. 1945, ca. 140 pp.
     [WN#03313]
38   Records relating to the MALLET Mission, which was formed to gather
     intelligence in Germany, ca. January – May 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00628]
     Miscellaneous records from project files of the Labor Division, SI-London, ca.
     September 1944 – August 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00629 – WN#00661]. Projects
     include POTOMAC, TWILIGHT, TYL, CHAOS, CHURMI, FAUST, KOCH,
     and MARTHE.
     Description of the project files of the Division of Intelligence Procurement, SI-
     London “covering the projects and work done toward the penetration of
     Germany,” August 1945, 3 pp. [WN#00662]
     Records relating to the ALEXANDER Mission, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Osnabruck, Germany, ca. March – June 1945, ca. 100 pp.
     [WN#00663 – WN#00665]
     Records relating to the CUBA LIBRE Mission, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Gottingen, Germany, ca. March – September 1945, ca. 50 pp.
     [WN#00666]

39   Records relating to the CUBA LIBRE Mission, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Gottingen, Germany, ca. March – September 1945, ca. 90 pp.
     [WN#00667 – WN#00669]
     Records relating to the DAIQUIRI Mission, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Aschaffenburg, Germany, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00670]
     Records relating to the HUGO Plan, which was created to have French personnel
     gather intelligence in Germany in advance of American armies, ca. October 1944
     – June 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00357 – WN#00358]
     Records relating to the JOB Team, which was part of the HUGO Plan, ca. January
     – May 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00359]

40   Records relating to the JOB, SULTANE, VOLTIGEUR, PELLETIER, and
     STREGLO Teams and personnel, which were parts of the HUGO Plan, which
     was created to have French personnel gather intelligence in Germany in advance
     of American armies, ca. January – June 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00360 –
     WN#00361 and WN#00363 – WN#00365]

41   Records relating to the ENGINEER Project, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Bitterfeld, Germany, ca. April – May 1945, ca. 225 pp.
     [WN#00834 and WN#00836]
     Records relating to the DOCTOR Team, which was formed to gather intelligence
     near Munich, Germany, ca. November 1944 – May 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00835]
     Records relating to the FARMER Project, which was formed to gather
     intelligence in Southwestern Germany, ca. February – May 1945, ca. 200 pp.
     [WN#00837 (beginning)]

42   Records relating to the FARMER Project, which was formed to gather
     intelligence in Southwestern Germany, ca. February – May 1945, ca. 200 pp.
     [WN#00837 (end) – WN#00839]
     Symbols List – S.O.E., London Headquarters and Certain Country Stations, May
     29, 1944, 17 pp. [WN#02287]
     Select pages from Volumes 1 and 2 of the X-2 Branch [London?] War Diary,
     covering the period to September 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#03338 – WN#03347]
     Select pages relating to Special Funds from Volume 1 of a [London?] War Diary,
     covering the period to October 1, 1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#03364 – WN#03369]

43   21 rolls of 35mm microfilm of “A” Disseminations [WN#00844 – WN#00859,
     and WN#00866 – WN#00870]

44   Dutch Desk General File, 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00908-WN#00909].

45   Records relating to the DOWNEND Mission, which was formed to organize an
     intelligence network in the Ruhr area of Germany in conjunction with the Militant
     Socialist International (Der Internationale Sozialistische Kampf-Bund or ISK), ca.
     March 1944 – May 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#00912]
     Agent employment contracts, award recommendations, and congratulatory letters
     from the European Theater or Operations, ca. March – November 1945, ca. 50 pp.
     [WN#01008 – WN#01035]
     Select pages from unidentified volumes of War Diaries, covering periods to June
     1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#03088 – WN#03100, WN#03301 – WN#03303, and
     WN#03314 – WN#03337]. [These may be pages from SI War Diaries.]

46   Records relating to potential agent Karl Recksteiner, a.k.a. Karl Griessert, ca.
     January – March 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#00042 and WN#00049]
     Records relating to the LUXE Mission, which was formed to gather intelligence
     near Munich, Germany, ca. December 1944 – July 1946, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00043
     and WN#00050]
     Records relating to the RUBENS Mission, which was formed to create a
     clandestine organization using Belgian workers near Stuttgart, Germany, ca.
     December 1944 – May 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#00044 and WN#00051]

47   Records relating to the PETER Mission, ca November 1944 – June 1945, ca. 300
     pp. [WN#00046 – WN#00047, and WN#00052 – WN#00053]. The team was
     never sent out.

48   War Diary of London OSS SI [Secret Intelligence] Branch, vol. 2, Liaison in
     London, ca. 1945, 220 pp. [WN#00367]
     War Diary of London OSS SI Branch, Labor Division, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00185]
49   Index Cards relating to Germany, ca. 1943 – 1945, ca. 42 cards [WN#019080]
     Index Cards relating to Rumania and Russia, ca. 1942 – 1945, ca. 30 cards
     [WN#19396]
     Index Cards relating to Russia, Saudi Arabia, Scandinavia, Senegal, and Sicily,
     ca. 1943 – 1946, ca. 25 cards [WN#19398]
     Index Cards relating to Spain, ca. 1942 – 1946, ca. 560 cards [WN#19399 and
     WN#19431]
     Index Cards relating to Thailand (Siam), August – November 1944, 5 cards,
     [WN#19456]
     Index Cards relating to Tunisia and Turkey, September 1943 – June 1945, 5 cards,
     [WN#19468]
     Select pages from the S.I. War Diary, Vol. 6, relating to the Labor Division,
     including a glossary of code names and code words, ca. 1945, ca. 100 pp.
     [WN#02774 – WN#02800, and WN#03500 – WN#03501]

50   Records relating to the EAGLE Project, including the MARTINI, OLD
     FASHIONED, and ORANGE BLOSSOM Missions, ca. February – August 1945,
     ca. 200 pp. [WN#01310 – WN#01325]

51   Records relating to the TYPHOON Mission, which was formed to gather
     intelligence near Giessen, Germany, ca. March – April 1945, ca. 20 pp.
     [WN#01329]
     Records relating to the SUNSPOT Mission to infiltrate and collect intelligence in
     Germany, ca. December 1944 – May 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#01331]
     Records relating to the MICKEY MOUSE Mission, ca. October – November
     1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#01333]
     Records relating to the GOGOL Mission, to contact Russian workers in Kappel,
     Germany, ca. January – March 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#01335]
     Records relating to the LUXE Mission, ca. December 1944 – April 1945, 25 pp.
     [WN#01337 – WN#01347]
     Records relating to the TYL Mission, which was formed to arrange for the
     transportation of intelligence teams from Holland to Germany, ca. November
     1944 – July 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#01352]
     Records relating to the MILTON Project, to use Church organizations to obtain
     intelligence to combat the Nazis, ca. December 1944 – May 1945, ca. 30 pp.
     [WN#01354]
     London, England S.I. Log Book of agents, code names, and projects, ca. 1944 –
     1946, ca. 200 pp. [WN#01361]

52   Records relating to the FARO Mission, which was eventually dispatched to gather
     intelligence near Plauen, Germany, ca. December 1944 – May 1945, ca. 100 pp.
     [WN#00914]
     Records of the MALLET Mission, part of the FAUST Plan, which was formed to
     gather intelligence near Berlin, Germany, ca. October 1944 – September 1945, ca.
     150 pp. [WN#00915]
     Records from the London, England SO Branch, Central European Section,
     relating to the TISSUE Operation, which was formed to gather intelligence in
     Germany, ca. October 1944 – June 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#00916]

53   Information on OSS activities in Scandinavia 1943-1944, including final report of
     the Westfield Mission, ca, 400 pp. [WN#00923]

54   History of NATO-MTO-METO Theaters OSS Communications, ca. 1945, 44 pp.
     [WN#2215, Appendix and WN#02216]

55   London SI Czech Section information, 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00371]
     London Labor Desk projects, 1944-1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#00374]

56   OSS NETO Monthly Report, October 8, 1945, 17 pp. References to “tensions and
     fissures in the Jewish community,” Arab propaganda, and related matters
     [WN#01418].
     OSS ME Plan for intelligence activities, December 31, 1943, 13 pp. [WN#01423]
     Memos regarding OSS-SOE relations in the Middle East, February 1943, ca. 10
     pp. [WN#01428]
     Memo regarding correspondence between [Admiral Louis] Mountbatten
     [commander of the Southeast Asia Command] and [Lt. Gen. Albert
     C.Wedemeyer, [Chiang Kai-shek’s Allied Chief of Staff], May 31, 1945, 4 pp.
     [WN#01439]
     Gripsholm information, 1944, ca. 10 pp. [The Gripsholm was a Swedish ship used
     to exchange civilians and diplomatic prisoners between the belligerents. It was
     first used in an exchange with the Japanese in the spring of 1942. In 1943, the
     Gripsholm returned axis nationals to Europe and picked up Americans to be
     repatriated. In March 1944, it returned 663 Americans to the United States];
     [WN#01447-WN#01448].

57   OSS Foreign Nationalities Branch printed report “American Peace Organizations
     and Foreign Influence,” August 26, 1944, 33 pp. [WN#00671]
     Report on the political-financial combinations in North Africa, January 15, 1943,
     3 pp. [WN#00680]
     Letter regarding French political matters, November 4, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#00682]
     Memo regarding French political matters, February 2, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#00683]
     Report regarding French political matters, March 18, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#00687]
     Report on the future of Austria, November 16, 1944, 1 p. [WN#01472]
     Report on a Special OSS Detachment in North Africa, Jan.1-February 19, 1943,
     21 pp. [WN#01500]
     Addenda Report on the Fez Episode, September 1944, 11 pp. [WN#01501]
     History of the Algiers, Algeria Office, ca. 1942 – 1943, ca. 45 pp. [WN#01503]
     Brandon Anthology, relating to an SOE mission run out of Algeria with OSS
     participation, 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#01504]
     History of the Iberian Peninsula, ca. 1945, 46 pp. [WN#01519]
     Review of Chain – 1942 (HIHI) by Madamoiselle [sic] Suzanne Bertillon, June
     19, 1945, 70 pp. [WN#01520]

58   Information from Mr. Oumansky on Russian Matters, January 19, 1944, ca. 20 pp.
     [WN#01288]
     Information on Polish and Ukrainian matters, 1942-1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#01292–
     WN#01300]
     Redwood Team report of January 31, 1945, regarding mission to Yugoslavia,
     May-December 1944, 30 pp. [WN#02302]
     Minutes of OSS Caserta, Italy PLOPS [Planning and Operations] Committee
     meeting of February 22, 1945, 6 pp. Discussed were SI operations and
     possibilities of using POWs [WN#02306]
     OSS Caserta, Italy Finance and Fiscal branch Report, April 17, 1945, 8 pp.
     [WN#02314]
     OSS Caserta, Italy Activities Report for March 19-April 17, 1945, 6 pp.
     References to Hungarian Intelligence Reports, H-63 thru H-74 [WN#02315]
     Caserta, Italy SICE Progress Report, April 19, 1945, 1 p. [WN#02317]
     Caserta, Italy Semi-Monthly Report, Rear Zone Intelligence, April 16, 1945, 2 pp.
     [WN#02318]
     Monthly Report of MEDTO R & A Branch, June 1, 1945, 13 pp. [WN#02320]
     X-2 Italy Report, July 1-31, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#02321]
     X-2 Balkans Monthly Report, October 1, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#02322]
     Report on field conditions in Istanbul, Turkey from May 2, 1942 - September 14,
     1944, 5 pp. [WN#02324]. Includes references to the early organization and
     operation of the Dogwood Chain.
     Report on Conditions in the Field-Turkey and Greece for 1943-1944 period,
     January 23, 1945, 15 pp. [WN#02325]
     Reports on Conditions in the Field-Greece, May 2 and May 25, 1945, 20 pp.
     [WN#02328-WN#02329]
     Report on Conditions in the Field-Iran, July 11, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#02330]
     Report on the activities of the Ellas Mission to Greece, 1944, 15 pp. [WN#02331]
     Report on Hungarian activities, June 21-August 12, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#02332]
     Report on Conditions in the Field-Middle East, Italy, SEAC-CBI, August 3, 1944,
     11 pp. [WN#02334]
     Memo on work of Chief Intelligence Office, OSS, Middle East 1943-1944, 11 pp.
     [WN#02334]
     Report on the Ulysses Mission to Greece, 1944, 39 pp. [WN#02335]
     ME and Central Africa Theatre Monthly Report from Istanbul, Turkey, Feb.1944,
     4 pp. [WN#02338]
     Letter to William J. Donovan on OSS activities based in Istanbul, Turkey, April
     1944, 2 pp. [WN#02339]
     A Supplementary History of X-2 Turkey, September 1, 1944-March 15, 1945, 4
     pp. [WN#02341]
     Report on Organization and Operation of X-2, Turkey, 1944, 28 pp. [WN#02347]
     History of X-2 Branch, NETO from September 1, 1944 – March 15, 1945, 13 pp.
     [WN#02348]
     Supplementary history of X-2 Turkey from September 1, 1944 – March 15, 1945,
     4 pp. [WN#02349]
     Field Report-Portugal, December 12, 1944, 4 pp. Mostly relates to economic
     warfare and Safehaven matters. [WN#02351]
     Memorandum on the history and activities of X-2 Stockholm, Sweden, January
     18, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#02356]
     Field Report-Sweden, and related records, October 1943 – October 1944, ca. 15
     pp. [WN#02357]

59   Memo regarding a talk with Jacques Maritain, French Ambassador to the Vatican,
     February 1, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#01364]
     Letter relating to Iran and other matters, May 1942, ca. 5 pp. [WN#01370]
     Report on the Italian Committee of National Liberation in France, March 2, 1945,
     11 pp. [WN#01371]
     Printed report “Religious-Political Forces Add to the Yugoslav Complication”
     June 28, 1944, 19 pp. [WN#01381]
     Printed report “Opposition to Tito: Actual and Potential,” September 21, 1944, 15
     pp. [WN#01385]
     History of the OSS Intelligence Service in North Africa, September 11, 1943, 4
     pp. [WN#01387]
     Report to General Donovan on French Francs, January 29, 1944, 5 pp.
     [WN#01390]
     Report of the G-3 Special Project Operations Center [a joint British-American
     unit], May 12, 1944, 13 pp. [WN#01391]
     Weekly and semi-monthly reports of the activities of OSS, US Army Forces
     Middle East, May – June 1943, July – October 1944, and March 1945 ca. 120 pp.
     [WN#01394 – WN#01400, and WN#02551]
     Semi-Monthly reports of OSS-NETO, March and April 1945, ca. 85 pp.
     [WN#02552 and WN#02553]
     Records relating to George H. Muhle and the Western Continents Trading
     Corporation [the George Project], ca March - May 1942, February 1944, and June
     1945 ca. 20 pp. [WN#02556 and WN#02557, and WN#02559 - WN#02566]

60   Information on Hungarian-American groups, 1942-1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#01044 –
     WN#01056]
     Report on Swiss-German Oil relations, November 1944, 4 pp. [WN#01068]
     Reports relating to Italy, including rail traffic, war industries, and partisan groups,
     October 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#01069]
     Information on Czech-Americans and Yugoslav Americans [including Serbs and
     Croats], 1942-1943, ca. 300 pp. [WN#01070 - WN#01083, WN#01085 –
     WN#01100, and WN#02101 – WN#02108]
     Document on Serbs and Croats and Ante Pavlitch, May 11, 1942, 1 p.
     [WN#01084]
     Lists of Key OSS personnel in Bern, Switzerland (with code numbers); Madrid,
     Spain; Stockholm, Sweden; and Paris, France, ca. 1944 [WN#02112-WN#02115
     and WN#02117-WN#02118]
     Historical background material on OSS in Scandinavia, ca. 1943-1945, ca. 50 pp.
     [WN#02121]

61   Top Secret document accession sheets, 1944 – 1946, ca. 400 pp. [WN#03015 –
     WN#03024]
62   Memorandum to Colonel Donovan discussing funding for the Mazzini Society,
     “the cultural organization of all exiled opponents of Italian Fascism except the
     Communists,” March 6, 1942, 5 pp. [WN#00195]
     China Theater, monthly report of the C-B-T Group, February 25, 1945, 9 pp.
     [WN#00202]
     China Theater, special funds requisition for Project KENTUCKY (“ARY”),
     March 1945, 2 pp. [WN#00203]
     China Theater, report on the British Army Aid Group Security Branch, May 2,
     1945, 1 p. [WN#00204]
     Memorandum discussing the situation in West Africa, July 17, 1942, 4 pp.
     [WN#00208]
     Memorandum discussing the possible use of A. e. G. Missionaries in West Africa,
     and elsewhere, September 3, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#00210]
     Memorandum discussing the need for secrecy about the relationship between the
     OSS and Caltex, December 10, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#00211]
     Reports on developments in Batavia, Java, including an account of a trip by future
     Indonesian Prime Minister Sutan Sjahrir, December 1945 – January 1946, 16 pp.
     [WN#00213 – WN#00217]
     Records relating to Iran, May 1942 – January 1943, 15 pp. [WN#00221]
     List of aerodromes in French Africa, June 4, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#03002]
     Final Letter of Instructions to British West African Liaison Officers, October 16,
     1942, 2 pp. [WN#03003]
     Letter to Colonel Donovan regarding a contact with the Chief of Polish
     intelligence in Algiers, February 11, 1943, 1 p. [WN#03004]
     Over-All and Special Programs for Strategic Services Activities Based on
     Switzerland, ca. January 1944, 36 pp. [WN#03006]
      Top Secret document accession sheets and log book, ca.1944 – 1946, ca. 300 pp.
     [WN#03009 – WN#03012]
     Glossary Page from a War Diary relating to Western Europe [Possibly SO War
     Diary, Vol. 3] [WN#02771]

63   MEDTO Theater Officer Pouch Review, October 17, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#00060]
     MEDTO Theater Officer Pouch Review, with information about the chief of
     Jewish Agency for Palestine’s Intelligence Section suggesting the use of
     Switzerland as a base of operations. References made to Jews being deported
     from Hungary and Slovenia to Germany and Austria for forced labor and rescue
     activities. January 6, 1945, 1 p. [WN#00061]
     NATO Daily Report, including information on OSS Organization in Bern,
     Switzerland, March 30, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#00062]
     Report on Tai Li operations in China, June 26, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#00063]
     Report on early intelligence chains in Corsica and France, ca. 1944, 84 pp.
     [WN#00065]
     List of Personnel of SI, Near East Theater of Operations as on July 15, 1944, 2 pp.
     [WN#00066]
     List of Near East and Middle East projects and field representatives from a larger,
     unidentified report, ca. 1944, 17 pp. [WN#00068]
     Washington Special Funds Branch History from January 1, 1942 – June 30, 1945,
     84 pp. [WN#00069]
     Torch Anthology: Section 5. Dramatis Personnae [sic], concerning British and
     American personnel in North Africa who worked on the TORCH operation, n.d.,
     82 pp. [WN#02525]
     Field Report of activities in North Africa, May 23, 1945, 19 pp. [WN#02532]
     Report on OSS-British Special Operations Executive (SOE) difficulties, 1943-
     1944, 4 pp. [WN#02537]
     History of X-2 Branch in the North African and Mediterranean Theaters from
     June 1943 – January 1, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#02542]
     SSU/China operational report from November 29 – December 15, 1945, 9 pp.
     [WN#02543]
     Stockholm, Sweden, SO Branch records relating to the WESTFIELD Mission,
     1944 – 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#02545]
     Memorandum evaluating materials received from Basques in Argentina,
     November 12, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#04111]

64   Reports on the Anthroposophical Society, a.k.a. the Anthroposophic Society, “one
     of the many psychical organizations” in San Francisco, December 22, 1942, and
     January 4, 1943, 6 pp. [WN#00746 – WN#00747]
     Guidelines for field activities in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area, March 7, 1943,
     4 pp. [WN#00748]
     Reports and other records relating to Ukrainians in the U.S., April - May 1942, ca.
     30 pp. [WN#00751 and WN#00753]
     Report on Trip to OSS Activities in CBI and SEAC, August 3, 1944, 47 pp.
     [WN#00754]
     Report on Special Funds activities and procedures in SEAC, August 28, 1945, 4
     pp. [WN#00755]
     X-2 Branch report on field conditions in the China-Burma-India Theater,
     September 15, 1944, 26 pp. [WN#00756]
     Personal Report to General William J. Donovan from Lt. Colonel Sidney S.
     Rubenstein, X-2 Branch, September 1, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#00757]
     Memorandum critiquing a report on British obstruction to intelligence work in
     Thailand, September 15, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#00758]
     Report on a trip to China from March 30, 1943 – June 22, 1944; July 5, 1944, 12
     pp. [WN#00759]
     Memorandum regarding the operation of Thai groups in the CBI Theater,
     December 13, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#00760]
     Far East Theater of Operations (FETO) daily reports, February 1944 – February
     1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#00761 – WN#00772]
     Roster of MO – European personnel as of September 1944, 15 pp. [WN#00773]
     Report on the Apple Mission to Crete, November 4, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#00774]
     Manuscript describing relations between the OSS and British intelligence, ca.
     October 1944, 12 pp. [WN#00775]
     Report on the history of the New York Office, December 16, 1944, 47 pp.
     [WN#00776]
     Chapters 4, 8, and 9 from an unidentified history of the COI, n.d., ca. 30 pp.
     [WN#00777 – WN#00779]
     Version D of a report on the history of the Division of Oral Intelligence, ca.
     January 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#00780]
     R&A Branch, Far East Division, monthly report, September – October 1943, 3
     pp. [WN#00781]
     Memorandum providing a background report on Western Europe Special
     Operations (WESO), October 29, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#00782]
     Reports on SI and SO projects and operations in Europe and Africa, ca. December
     1943, 11 pp. [WN#00783 – WN#00788]
     London Office, SI Branch and Section reports, March 1943 – April 1944, ca. 100
     pp. [WN#00789 – WN#00800 and WN#02401 – WN#02402]
     SO Branch, Planning Section, Progress Report for 16-31 January 1944; January
     28, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#02402?]
     R&A Branch Bi-Weekly Progress Report, June 16, 1944, 15 pp. [WN#02403]
     London Office, X-2 Branch Reports, May 1944, 9 pp. [WN#02404 – WN#02405]
     London Office, X-2 and MO Branch Reports, and status of personnel report for
     the Field Photographic Branch, September 7, 1944, 16 pp [WN#02406]
     London Office, SI Monthly Branch Reports, August and September, 1944, 45 pp.
     [WN#02407 and WN#02410]
     London Office, X-2 Branch Report, August 15, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#02408]
     Central European Section Progress Report, July 1944, 5 pp. [WN#02409]
     X-2 Branch Report for July 1944, 10 pp. [WN#02411]
     OSS Field Detachment, 12th USAG, Progress Report for July and August 1944;
     August 31, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#02412]
     SI Branch Semi-Monthly Report, October 15, 1944, 23 pp. [WN#02413]
     SO Branch, Western European Section, Progress Report for September 1944,
     October 2, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#02414]
     MO Unit P and PW, Progress Report for September 5 – 12, 1944; September 12,
     1944, 15 pp. [WN#02415]

65   OSS AFHQ [Allied Forces Headquarters, Mediterranean] X-2 Branch Report for
     June 1-15, 1944 [WN#00941]
     Memo regarding SI and X-2 Mission in North Africa, May 22, 1944 [WN#00942]
     Minutes of meeting on the OSS relations with Austrians in Rome, Italy, July 15,
     1944 [WN#00946]
     Report of Company B, 2677th Regiment OSS, for the period ending July 14, 1944;
     includes references to dealings with Jewish Agency Intelligence and information
     on Jewish underground groups in Austria and Hungary [WN#00947].
     Report on Morale Operations September 15-30, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#00962]
     Report on Morale Operations June 16-30, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#00965]
     Reports of OSS AFHQ X-2 Branch for April and May, 1944, 20 pp. [WN#00966-
     WN#00969]
     Report covering a complete survey of X-2 Field Activities in ETO, MEDTO, and
     FETO, July 22, 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00974]
     OSS Planning documents, 1942, ca. 150 pp. [WN#00978(?)-WN#00986(?)]
     Report on a SO program for Hungary, 1943, ca. 10 pp. [WN#00987]

66   Information on OSS activities in China, 1943-1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#02618]

68   Short History of SI Activities with Respect to Eire, February 20, 1945, 111 pp.
     [WN#02124]
     Memos to the President regarding OSS activities in Sweden, April-July 1945
     [WN#02125]
     Memo on OSS operations, achievements, etc. in Switzerland, October 31, 1944, 6
     pp. [WN#02126]
     “History of the Swiss Desk, SI Branch, MEDTO” 19 pp. [July 1945];
     [WN#02128]
     “History of the Counter Intelligence War Room March 1-November 1, 1945,”
     ETO-X2, 27 pp. [WN#02129]
     FETO Theater Officers pouch review, July 11, 1944, 1 p. [WN#02139]
     Detachment 101 BA, monthly reports, February and March 1945, 20 pp.
     [WN#02141 and WN#02144]
     IBT Chief of Mission’s Report, April 5, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#02142]
     X-2, IBT monthly progress report, March 31, 1945, 13 pp. [WN#02143]
     Detachment 101 mission report, March 25, 1945, 15 pp. [WN#02145]
     Summary of the Thailander situation as of August 15, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#02149]
     Report for General Donovan regarding Thailand, August 5, 1943, 3 pp.
     [WN#02150]
     Tentative plan for radio intelligence field operations in China, February 1944, 19
     pp. [WN#02151]
     Summary of a trip to Chekiang Province, China, n.d., 17 pp. [WN#02156]
     Detachment 101, Report No. 2, March 14, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#02157]
     Diary of a reconnaissance through the 3rd war zone, China, from March 16 – April
     20, 1944, 31 pp. [WN#02158]
     Records relating to Yugoslavia, 1942 – 1943, ca. 125 pp. [WN#02160 –
     WN#02175]

69   Progress Report X-2 Branch, India Burma Theater, May 4, 1945, 11 pp.
     [WN#00860]
     Monthly X-2 Branch Report for Burma, August 31, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#00861]
     Activity Reports X-2 Branch, Paris, France, September-October, 1944, 18 pp.
     WN#00863]
     Report of Advance Base, OSS Middle East, Bari, Italy for the period October 5,
     1943 5o November 1, 1943, 16 pp. [WN#00871]
     Report on interview with the Comte T. DeLichtervelde who left Belgium on
     February 20, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#02550]. References to Germans in Belgium,
     Quislings, Black Market, deportations to Germany.
     Report on relations between King Leopold III and the Belgian Government during
     the war [written in French], November 1943, 116 pp. [WN#02455 and
     WN#02456]
70   Records relating to Bulgaria and Kosta Todorov of the Free Bulgarian Movement,
     1943 - 1944, ca. 40 pp. [WN#02460 – WN#02469]
     Records relating to Czechoslovakia and Czechoslovakian intelligence members in
     the U.S., 1941 – 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#02470 – WN#02480]
     Memorandum regarding a project for obtaining information and encouraging
     resistance through Italian underground movements, July 14, 1942, 4 pp.
     [WN#02481]
     Report on transportation in Germany and occupied countries, December 1942, 26
     pp. [WN#02486]
     Information about Germany and German émigrés written by, and records relating
     to, Paul Hagen, of American Friends of German Freedom and the New Beginning
     group, ca. 1940 – 1944, ca. 200 pp. [WN#02495]
     Information about Hungary written by, and records relating to, Imre Emery
     Bekessy, owner of the Geneva Press Service, 1942, ca. 175 pp. [WN#02496 –
     WN#02500, and WN#02701 – WN#02706]. Includes a report about Hungarian
     Nazi leader Bela Marton.
     Records relating to Omer Becu, manager of the International Transport Workers
     Federation, May 1942 – May 1943, 10 pp. [WN#02709, WN#02711, WN#02713,
     and WN#02715 – WN#02717]

71   Two lengthy reports made to the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
     by its Representatives regarding visits to Baghdad, Teheran, and Cairo, 1942
     [WN#01528]
     Memos regarding the use of paid information in the field, March 1945
     [WN#01555(?)]
     X-2 India monthly reports, 1944-1945 [WN#01570]
     Memo regarding transportation and communications in Korea, January 12, 1945,
     16 pp. [WN#01574]
     Memo regarding an interview with a Philippine escapee, January 19, 1945, 27 pp.
     [WN#01575]

72   MECATO Daily Summary May 26, 1944 [WN#02244]
     Westfield Mission reports, 1943-1945 [WN#02245]

73   Numerous reports prepared by Dr. Alexander S. Lipsett, June-August 1942:
     [WN#02573]
     Report #50 Danish Ships [WN#02573]
     Reports #46-49 Condition in European countries [WN#02573]
     Report #44 Information on Poland, with statement that “over 3,000 prisoners have
     died in the Polish concentration camp at Oswiecim [Auschwitz] during the past
     eight months” and a rumor that Max Schmeling, the famous boxer, had been the
     camp commandant. [WN#02573].
     Report #45 Harsh treatment of German workers [WN#02573]
     Report #42 Detention camps in Bulgaria [WN#02573]
     Report #40 Labor situation in Norway [WN#02573]
     Report #39 Luring French workers to Germany [WN#02573]
     Report #36 Norwegian concentration camps [WN#02573]
     Report #33 Mass deportation of 3 to 5 million western Europe workers and
     farmers to German-occupied Russia [WN#02573]
     Report #32 Forced labor in the Far East [WN#02573]
     Report #31 Luxembourg railway system under German control [WN#02573]
     Memo by Lipsett regarding the economic and social conditions in German-
     controlled Luxembourg, July 26, 1942, 1 p. [WN#02573]
     Report #26 Dutch resistance [WN#02573]
     Report #21 Industrial output in Germany and German-occupied countries
     [WN#02573]
     Report #17 Labor shortages and raw materials in Germany [WN#02573]
     Report #14 German industry and foreign workers [WN#02573]
     Report #10 Underground labor movement in Austria [WN#02573]
     Report #9 Reference to 35 Polish railway men hanged following charges of
     sabotage on the Cracow section [WN#02573]
     Report #8 Report of Belgium and Dutch workers returning home from work in
     Germany [WN#02573]
     More Lipsett reports for 1942 and 1943, dealing mostly with labor conditions in
     Europe [WN#02574]
     Report entitled “On Executions and Long-Term Sentences in Nazi Germany
     against Anti-Nazi Germans.” Includes a list of concentration camps. n.d.
     [WN#02574]
     A few MEDTO Daily Reports July 1944-January 1945 [WN#2583-WN#02590]
     Report of OSS Italian activities January 1943-June 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#02597]

74   NATO Daily Reports, April 8 and April 15, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#02731 –
     WN#02732]
     Organization Charts for the integrated London, England Group of SOE and SO,
     January 10, 1944, 20 pp. [WN#02736]
     X-2 monthly report of activities for May 1944, 9 pp. [WN#02739]
     Exhibit B, from an unidentified report, on the organization, personnel, and
     projects of the Special Intelligence Branch (S.A/B), n.d., ca. 15 pp., [WN#02741]
     Memorandum to the Joint U.S. Chiefs of Staff on financial assistance to the
     Italian Partisans, January 4, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#02742]
     Memorandum to the Joint U.S. Chiefs of Staff regarding SO/SOE situation report
     no. 10, June 17, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#02743]
     Memo to the Joint U.S. Chiefs of Staff regarding OSS Activities in the ETO,
     based on Switzerland, January-April 1944; May 1944, 2 pp. [WN#02744]
     Labor Division reports on the Swedish Base; the Labor Division, London,
     England; Field Base “C”; and the Labor Division, Paris, France, (Milwaukee
     Forward); ca. May 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#02745 – WN#02748]
     Records relating to financing joint operations by the Belgian Surete and the OSS,
     February – March 1945, 5 pp. [WN#02749]
     Report on Field Base “L,” 311th Service Unit, May 12, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#02750]
     SO Branch photographs from OSS Area “B-1,” mainly of presentations of the
     Croix de Guerre to certain CROSS personnel, ca. May 1945, 20 photographs,
     [WN#02751]
     Records regarding British-Dutch-OSS intelligence relations in the Far East, 1943-
     1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#02752 – WN#02762]

75   Index card for the ZOMBIE Mission, part of the Eagle Project, ca. April 1945
     [WN#01641]
     Memorandum discussing problems with the PETER project, January 5, 1945, 2
     pp. [WN#01648]
     Records relating to getting funds to Jose Maria De Lasarte, who worked at
     Paramount Pictures in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 1943, 3 pp.
     [WN#02187]
     Memorandum discussing Berthold Konig and Otto Leichter, and their ties to the
     Austrian Labor Movement, May 2, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#02191]
     Records relating to Suzanne Blum and the French Information Project, ca. May
     1942 – August 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#02192]
     Memorandum discussing Count Aspremont Linden, the Belgian Government-in-
     Exile’s Ambassador to Mexico, July 15, 1943, 1 p. [WN#02195]
     Records relating to the work of Dr. Paulo Duarte in Spain and Portugal for the
     Labor Section, ca. April 1943 – July 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#02803 – WN#02804,
     WN#02808 – WN#02812, and WN#02814]
     Draft of a program for work in the maritime field, ca. October 1942, 7 pp.
     [WN#02810]
     Memorandum giving a general report on Maritime Labor Contact, October 5,
     1942, 6 pp. [WN#02811]
     Correspondence and other records from Edward W. Allen, Chief of the OSS
     Seattle Office, relating to obtaining information about Japan and other Asian
     countries, June 19 - December 1, 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#02813 – WN#02843]
     Cable from Madrid, Spain regarding letter drops in Spain for cables and letters
     from Japanese agents, July 22, 1943, 1 p. [WN#02844]
     OSS Naval Command roster of officers, July 31, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#02847]
     Records relating to requests for supplies from British Security Coordination, ca.
     October 1942 – August 1943, ca. 150 pp. [WN#02878 – WN#02879]

76   Report on conditions of Chinese laborers, July 1943 [WN#01578]
     Memorandums relating to Far East Project 22 and Dutch East Indies operations,
     October 1943, 12 pp. [WN#01594 and WN#02924]
     Summary of discussion in General Magruder’s office re IB Theater, January 9,
     1946, 2 pp. [WN#02901]
     List of British intelligence services in East Asia, November 25, 1944, 2 pp.
     [WN#02915]
     List of intelligence organizations in Australia, November 5, 1943, 2 pp.
     [WN#02916]
     Report of the activities of an OSS agent in Java from June 1944 – September
     1945, 15 pp. [WN#02920]
     Memo on conditions of Netherlands Prisoners of War from Dutch sources in
     Japan proper and Formosa, Dec. 1943 [WN#02928]
     Interviews with, and records relating to, passengers from the exchange and
     repatriation ship MS Gripsholm, August 1942 – December 1943, ca. 250 pp.
     [WN#02952, WN#02954 – WN#02956, and WN#02958 - WN#02972]

77   History of the OSS CD Branch, June 1, 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#00528]
     Draft History of the OSS CD Branch, 20 pp. August 31, 1944 [WN#00528]
     Information on OSS Mission to Moscow, Russia, February 1945 [WN#00530(?)]

78   Records from London, England and Stockholm, Sweden regarding missions and
     agents, ca. June 1944 – May 1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#02361 – WN#02387].
     Codenames include GULL, FALCON, LARK, ORM, IBROX, MEDLEY,
     PHEASANT, OSPREY, PLANET, POLAR BEAR, PUFFIN, QUAVER,
     CONDOR, ROBIN, CLOTHALL, SPOONBILL, CORSHAM, COTON,
     CRAMLINGTON, CROWFIELD, DOCKLOW, DODWORTH, DERBY, and
     others.

79    Records relating to the TWILIGHT Mission, December 1944 – March 1945, ca.
     15 pp. [WN#01630 – WN#01632]
     Algiers, Algeria cable describing U.S. Ambassador’s interference with OSS
     communications with Spain, March 25, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#03076]

80   Information on Norway, 1944-1945 [WN#02388].
     Report on OSS activities in Denmark and Dutch resistance, 1943, 21 pp.
     [WN#02394].

81   [Note: Among the records in this box, WN#s 03616 – 03700, 04001 – 04053,
     04066 – 04100, and 04351 – 04356 appear to have come from SI chronological
     files. There are records from the Africa, Labor, Swiss, and other sections. They
     are dated June – July 1943, and February – March 1944. Some of these
     documents are listed below]
     Pouch Letter No. 21 to Luanda, Angola, June 22, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#03618]
     Pouch Letters to Accra, Gold Coast, June and July 1943, 14 pp. [WN#03626,
     WN#03646, WN#03674, WN#03677, and WN#04024]
     Memorandum from the Africa Section to the Director, S.I. discussing how Duane
     D. Luther’s work in Mozambique was nearly compromised, June 19, 1943, 2 pp.
     [WN03633]
     Memorandum discussing the head of the Gestapo in Spain, June 16, 1943, 1 p.
     [WN#03642]
Operational Suggestions for the Area of Rio de Oro, Ifni, the Canaries, and the
Hinterland of Southern Morocco and French West Africa, June 15, 1943, 4 pp.
[WN#03645]
Memorandum listing names of possible contacts in Switzerland, June 15, 1943, 2
pp. [WN#03649]
Pouch Letters to Rufisque, F.W.A., June 1943, 13 pp. [WN#03651 and
WN#03675]
Pouch Letters to Lourenco Marques, P.E.A., June 29 and July 3, 1943, 7 pp.
[WN#03652 and WN#03678]
Memorandum discussing Assim Jakova, who claimed to be a leader of the
Albanian organization Balli Kombatar, July 1, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#03664]
Letter from Arthur Goldberg to Gerhard Van Arkel in Algiers, Algeria discussing
the offer to place at OSS disposal the C.G.T. network throughout France, July 1,
1943, 1 p. [WN#03669]
Memorandum discussing Albanian needs, June 29, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#03681]
Memorandum providing information on the Belgian Congo, June 28, 1943, 2 pp.
[WN#03689]
Letter from William J. Donovan to J. Edgar Hoover, Director, FBI, discussing the
trustworthiness of Jose Laradagoitia, June 28, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#03695]
Pouch Letter No. 9 to Beira, P.E.A., June 26, 1943, 1 p. [WN#03698]
Letter from Arthur J. Goldberg describing the fund raising activities of the CIO-
AFL Joint Relief Committee, and the transmittal of funds to obtain intelligence
material from the Polish labor movement, June 24, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#04009]
Pouch Letter No. 2 to ATC, Rufisque, July 7, 1943, 1 p. [WN#04022]
Memorandum discussing Belgian concerns about the possible attitude of the
American and British Governments toward King Leopold and the monarchy,
February 21, 1944, 1 p. [WN#04036]
Memorandum discussing fears that American broadcast journalist Thomas
Grandin “in the status of war correspondent, may be connected with OSS,”
February 17, 1944, 1 p. [WN#04041]
Memorandum discussing how the Office of the Africa Section, S.I. should
respond to illicit diamond buying (IDB), February 29, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#04045]
Records relating to, and by, Belgian Labor leader Omer Becu, May – September
1943, and February 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#04054 – WN#04062, and WN#04064 –
WN#04066]
Memorandum transmitting $2000 from the Italian American Labor Council via
leaders of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, January 7, 1943, 1 p.
[WN#04063]
Basque reports on Gestapo activities in Spain, December 1943 – February 1944, 3
pp. [WN#04075]
Memorandum relating to the intelligence program in Mecato for Africa Section,
SI, February 1944, 3 pp. [WN#04076]
Pouch Letter #39 to Luanda, Angola, March 1, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#04084]
Letter discussing two British reports about Albania, March 1, 1944, 2 pp.
[WN#04085]
     Memorandum discussing the handling of communications from the Secretary of
     the Italian Socialist Party, March 2, 1944, 1 p. [WN#04088]
     Memorandum discussing the need for increased OSS representation in Tangier,
     March 2, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#04091]
     Memoranda discussing the need for a consulate in Elizabethtown, Belgian Congo,
     March 2, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#04092]
     Memorandum discussing which passengers to interview from those aboard the
     exchange and repatriation ship MS Gripsholm, March 3, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#04093]
     Office of Emergency Management; Office of Scientific Research and
     Development; minutes of meetings of Division 19; ca. July 1942 – March 1945,
     ca. 250 pp. [WN#04209]
     Memorandum regarding funding for the investigation of diamond smuggling,
     March 8, 1944, 1 p. [WN#04354]
     Enemy Secret Writing Methods in the Middle East – Paper 2, October 14, 1943, 3
     pp. [WN#04360]

82   [Note: Among the records in this box, WN#s 03370 – 3400, 3701 – 3800, and
     04251 – WN#04315 appear to have come from SI chronological files. There are
     records from the Africa, Labor, and other sections. They are dated May – June
     1943, September – October 1943, and January – February 1944.]
     Report, “Germany – D.G.E.R. Activities,” November 24, 1944, 11 pp.
     [WN#04327]
     Progress Report No. 2, Special Services Officer, SI Branch, January 15, 1944, 9
     pp. [WN#04331]
     Memorandum on a conference with Mr. Mazzarrini, SI London, March 11, 1944,
     3 pp. [WN#04332]

83   Memo regarding OSS representative in Russia, January 15, 1943, 2 pp.
     US and German chemical warfare and special weapons information, 1943-1944
     [WN#04568-WN#04578]

84   [Note: Among the records in this box, WN#s 03103 – 03200, and 04451 – 04452
     appear to have come from SI chronological files. There are records from the
     Africa, Europe, Labor, and other sections. They are dated April 1943.]
     Organization Chart of the French intelligence system, n.d., 1 p. [WN#03101]
     Organization Chart of the Soviet intelligence system, n.d., 1 p. [WN#03102]
     Office of Emergency Management; Office of Scientific Research and
     Development; History of Division 19; ca. June 1945, ca. 327 pp. [WN#04453 –
     WN#04460]

85   Select pages from unidentified OSS histories, mainly relating to SI, n.d., ca. 20
     pp. [WN#03909 – WN#03913, and WN#03915 – 03920]
     Memorandum reviewing “our position vis-à-vis British SIS in regard to our work
     in Denmark,” July 31, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#03914]
     Records relating to attempts by the SI Branch to obtain equipment from the FBI,
     March 1943 – April 1944, 15 pp. [WN#02880]
86   War Diary of London OSS MO [Morale Operations] Branch, vol. 4, Special
     Operations, March 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#00904]

87   [Note: Among the records in this box, WN#s 03218 – 03255 appear to have come
     from SI chronological files. There are records from the Africa, Europe, Labor, and
     other sections. They are dated May 1943]

88   Folder from Singapore: “Maj. Fisher, Secret Opns., Reference File,” ca. April –
     September 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#01676]. The folder includes records relating to
     Operation ZIPPER, accounts of Japanese war crimes, and a summary of current
     intelligence in Malaya.
      [Note: Among the records in this box, WN#s 02687 – 02700, and 03801 - 03873
     appear to have come from SI chronological files. There are records from the
     Africa, Europe, Labor, and other sections. They are dated July 1943]
     Report of the GEISHA Mission to Yugoslavia, November 10, 1944, 22 pp.
     [WN#03881]
     Report of the SPIKE Mission to Yugoslavia, ca. June 1944, 18 pp. [WN#03882]
     Report of Captain John A. Blatnik’s tour of duty in Yugoslavia (Croatia and
     Slovenia) from August-September 1944 and November 1944 – May 1945, 21 pp.
     [WN#03883]
     Final report of the MULBERRY Team’s mission to Yugoslavia, ca. March 1945,
     36 pp. [WN#03884]
     Report of Capt. James M. Goodwin on his Observation and Activity While on SO
     Mission in Jugoslavia, October 31, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#03885]

90   [Note: Among the records in this box, WN#s 03408 - 03432 appear to have come
     from SI chronological files. There are records from the Africa, Europe, Labor, and
     other sections. They are dated January – November 1943]

91   Minutes of SACOM, originally the Electronics Committee, ca. March 1944 –
     June 1945, ca. 60 pp. [WN#04406 – WN#04410, WN#04412, WN#04414,
     WN#04416, WN#04420 – WN#04421, and WN#04423 – WN#04429]
     Records from the China-Burma-India Theater, and South East Asia Command,
     relating to communications, cryptography, and other topics, ca. June 1944 –
     September 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#04434 – WN#04442]
     Directions for enciphering weather reports on one time subtractor pads, n.d., 5 pp.
     [WN#04443]
     Directions for use of the cryptographic system 1-A, [May 1945?], 10 pp,
     [WN#04444]

94   Progress reports and related records from the British Security Coordination’s
     Stations XV, XVA, and IX, May – October 1943 and February - May 1944, ca. 25
     pp. [WN#04334 – WN#04335 and WN#04340]
     Final report and related records about British S.O.E. production, methods of
     operation, and equipment, June - August, 1943, 9 pp. [WN#04336]
      British Camouflage Section progress reports and related records, August –
      November, 1943, 12 pp. [WN#04337 – WN#04338]
      List of British camouflage items of possible value to SI Branch, January 22, 1944,
      4 pp. [WN#04339]
      Memorandum summarizing a meeting between British SOE and OSS Supply and
      Camouflage sections, August 17, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#04343].
      Report of the Camouflage Intelligence Section, September 25, 1944, 6 pp.
      [WN#04344]
      Memorandum listing camouflage items to be procured from England for
      permanent display in the U.S. “and R&D field station located in 101,” November
      13, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#04345]

102   Minutes of a meeting between Colonel Donovan and British representatives
      relating to SI and SO matters, September 12, 1942, 4 pp. [WN#03444]
      Memoranda and related records about operations proposed for the OSS in the
      European Theater by representatives of the British Chiefs of Staff , October 1943,
      21 pp. [WN#03445 – WN#03446]
      Memorandum describing the Oran, Algeria office of 2677th Headquarters
      Company, November 11, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#03449]
      Memorandum describing relations with French S.R., S.M., and the OSS,
      December 10, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#03450]
       Memorandum and list relating to the organization of French Intelligence Services
      and personnel in Africa, November 11, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#03451]
      Special Activities Branch accessions sheets, ca. November - December 1943, 3
      pp. [WN#03455 – WN#03457]
      Unidentified document logs, August 1944 – March 1945, 4 pp. [WN#03458 –
      WN#03461]
      Log of State Department cables, April 26, 1946, 1 p. [WN#03462]
      Berne, Switzerland cable relating to safe houses in Milan, Italy where money and
      forged papers could be obtained, and the procedures for doing so, April 3, 1944, 1
      p. [WN#03464]
      Cable to Washington requesting the deposit of the equivalent of 200,000 Swiss
      francs or US dollars in a London bank in order to provide money to the DSM
      representative, April 2, 1944, 1 p. [WN#03465]
      Brindisi, Italy cables, December 1944 – January 1945, 5 pp. [WN#03473 –
      WN#03477]
      Milan, Italy cables, ca. May 1945, 4 pp. [WN#03479 – WN#03481 and
      WN#03488]

103   Memorandum for General Donovan discussing a proposal for the use of OSS D/F
      [Direction Finding] and monitoring facilities, June 11, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#04382]
      European Theater report, May 15, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#04383]
      Memorandum discussing planned operations for Greece, September 2, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#04384]
      Over-All Program for Strategic Services Activities Based in India (Including
      Ceylon), December 7, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#04385]
      Report on the use of J/E [Joan and Eleanor] communications in SI Operations, ca.
      July 1945, 27 pp. [WN#04386]
      Chronological file of the Communications Branch relating to personnel, June
      1943 – April 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#04389]
      Records relating to Africa 101 [Radio Intelligence Unit] personnel, November
      1943 – February 1944, 18 pp. [WN#04390 – WN#04392]

105   Memorandum discussing technical issues relating to communications from the
      Vatican to the outside, October 16, 1943, 1 p. [WN#03906]
      Correspondence of the Communications Division, March – April and September,
      1946, 10 pp. [WN#03921 – WN#03927]. Most of the records relate to an
      experimental radio station in Massachusetts.
       Manual on Minor Tactics and Fieldcraft, December 1943, 109 pp. [WN#03947]

106   Letter to AFHQ, Algiers, Algeria relating to Direction Finding, and other topics,
      August 17, 1943, 6 pp. [WN#03284]
      List of Communications officers “who have dealings with military officers of
      foreign governments and who these officers of foreign governments are,” August
      28, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#03285]
      Memorandum to General Donovan enumerating the reasons why the
      Communications Branch rejects SIS control of communications operations,
      October 12, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#03286]
      Memorandum to General Donovan suggesting points to make to the British
      Chiefs of Staff concerning communications, October 12, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#03287]
      List of Foreign Officers and Personalities With Whom the Various Branches of
      OSS Are in Contact, November 12, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#03288]
      Stock Certificates of the Post Mercury Company, Inc., n.d., ca. 40 pp.,
      [WN#03292] [The records of the Post Mercury Company, Inc. are labeled as
      Special Funds records from New York.]
      Cash Receipts and Subscription Cash Receipts of the Post Mercury Company,
      Inc., July – October 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#03293]
       Minute Book of the Post Mercury Company, Inc., ca. 1942 – 1946, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#03294]

107   Memorandum discussing the “possibility of establishing a complete Signal
      Intelligence Section for the primary purpose of locating enemy clandestine radio
      stations and intercepting and breaking their traffic mainly originating in the field,”
      May 5, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#04231]
      OSS Eighth Army Detachment Semi-Monthly Report, ca. January 1945, 7 pp.
      [WN#04232]
      OSS Eighth Army Detachment summary of plans, ca. January 1945, 9 pp.
      [WN#04234].
      Records relating to admissions and security at radio communications school in
      Italy, ca. April 1944 – April 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#04235]
108   Memoranda relating to leaving agent transreceivers at the American Legation in
      Belgrade, Yugoslavia in the event that future agents could not get into the country
      with full equipment, June 27 and July 6, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#01696]
      Detachment A, 2677th Regiment monthly report, June 15, 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#01697]
      Memorandum discussing a communications set up for Bern, Switzerland, October
      26, 1942, 1 p. [WN#01700]
      Report on a trip to London, July 6, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#01704]
      Memorandum about a trip to New York discussing, among other things, the
      problem of providing communications from the Vatican to the outside, October
      16, 1943, 1 p. [WN#01706]
      Memorandum with summary minutes of an NDRC Communications Committee
      Meeting, April 19, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#01710]
      Memorandum discussing the Punch & Judy, a.k.a. the Eleanor-Joan, two way air
      to ground communications system, December 13, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#01717]
      Records relating to the interrogation of Jean-Marie Lallart, who was sent by the
      Germans to Rio de Oro to ascertain the views of Moslem students in the capitol,
      June 14, 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#01725]
      Plan for a radio set-up in the Iberian Peninsula, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#01730]
      Report on radio installations in Turkey, January 23, 1942, 6 pp. [WN#01732]
      Report on S.O.E. communications, February 27, 1943, 1 p. [WN#01733]
      Memorandum discussing the possibility of introducing agents into POW camp
      326 at Aversa, Italy, March 17, 1944, 1 p. [WN#01734]
      Records relating to the BUZZSAW Project, an extension of the FAUST Plan, to
      gather intelligence near Leipzig, Germany, ca. November 1944 – August 1947,
      ca. 200 pp. [WN#01736 – WN#01737]
      History of the Office of Research and Development, ca. 1945, 17 pp.
      [WN#01768]

110   Minutes of meetings and a history of the Sandeman Club, ca. January – April
      1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#04465]
      Minutes of meetings of Division 19, ca. April 1943 – March 1945, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#04465 – WN#04466]

111   Historical background information on communications in England, 1944
      [WN#04675-WN#04677]
      Report of Marchese Emillo Pucci: His Role in Connection with the Ciano
      [Mussolini’s son-in-law Count Galeazzo Ciano] Diaries, June 1945, 52 pp.
      [WN#04691]
      Ship Gripsholm information, including a report on the ship’s second voyage,
      1943-1945 [WN#04692]
      Memo regarding contracting with a scholar to analyze war crimes information for
      the R & A [Research and Analysis] Branch, May 24, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#04693]
      Memo on the Broadway [British intelligence in London, MI6] reports, August 6,
      1943, 5 pp. [WN#04695]
      London SI Branch Semi-Monthly Report, July 15, 1943; reference to relations
      with the British SIS [Secret Intelligence Service] [WN#04696]
      Memorandum concerning a conversation with Heinrich Brüning and Gottfried
      Treviranus, September 1943, 5 pp. [WN#04698]
      Military and economic reports relating to Burma, 1944 – 1945, ca. 75 pp.
      [WN#04703 – WN#04714]

112   Proposal for use of OSS D/F [Direction Finding] and monitoring facilities, June
      11, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#04147]
      Report, Special Detachment, 1943 about a mission in French West Africa from
      January 1 – February 19, 1943, 21 pp. [WN#02002]
      Cable from Madrid, Spain discussing SI and CE matters, November 29, 1943, 2
      pp. [WN#02004]
      History of the “French Set – Up,” January to October 1943, from an unidentified
      British document, October 14, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#02009]
      Records relating to symbols from Algiers, Algeria, n.d., 6 pp. [WN#02010]

114   Explanation of Vichy Code S-37, June 23, 1944, ca. 40 pp. [WN#04579]
      Examples, explanations, and directions for codes and ciphers, ca. December 1943
      – June 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#04580]
      Memorandum describing German Intelligence Service methods to locate enemy
      agents’ W/T [wireless telegraphy] sets in Greece, December 18, 1943, 3 pp.
      [WN#04581]
      Pouch Letters and other correspondence of the Communications Branch relating
      to Africa, November 1943 – March 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#04582 – WN#04585,
      and WN#04587 – WN#04589]
      Report on radio intelligence and direction finding (Africa 101), November 19,
      1943, 5 pp. [WN#04586]
      Records from London, England relating to training field agents, July 1943, 5 pp.
      [WN#04592]
      Records from London, England relating to psychological warfare school, ca.
      March – June 1943, 15 pp. [WN#04593]
      Company D, 2677th Regiment semi-monthly report, and report of SO activities
      and personnel under Hq., Company D, March 16, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#04595]
      Radio students weekly reports from the U.S. Army Experimental Station in
      Nazira, India; and student and training reports from Detachment 101, in the
      China-Burma-India theater, ca. August 1944 – April 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#04596]

115   Memorandum about the censorship of cable, radio, and telegraphic
      communications originating in the OSS, August 7, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#04393]
      Memorandum with a proposal to modify the mechanical operations of double
      transportation cipher, n.d., 4 pp. [WN#04400]
      Memorandum discussing training matters in the China and India Burma Theater,
      December 11, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#01902]
      Records relating to the investigation into the loss of certain government funds by
      the Spanish SI-Desk in Algiers, Algeria, December 1945 – January 1946, ca. 75
      pp., WN#01903]

116   Various histories of communication branches in different theaters of operation
      [WN#4431-WN#04433]
      Information on China, ca. 100 pp. [WN#04607]

117   Records relating to the PICKAXE Project, an extension of the FAUST Plan,
      which was formed to gather intelligence in the Nurnberg and Frankfurt a/Main
      areas of Germany, ca. October 1944 – July 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#04625]
      N, X, XX, YEX, and YKX, document logs and accessions sheets, ca. July 1943 –
      June 1946, ca. 300 pp. [WN#04627 – WN#04636]
      Kunming, China cables, September – October 1945, 7 pp. [WN#04637 –
      WN#04643]
      Seventh Army cables to Algiers and other recipients, ca. August 1944 – January
      1945, 7 pp. [WN#04644 – WN#04650]

118   Training Reports from the fourth, sixth, ninth, tenth, and thirteenth parachute
      courses, March – June 1943, 10 pp. [WN#04471 – WN#04475]
      P and R accessions sheets and document logs, ca. March 1943 – March 1944, and
      May 1945 – March 1946, ca. 300 pp. [WN#04476 – WN#04525]
      Stamping in Book. “OA” Series From Athens. ISLO Reports [Document Log], ca.
      May – November 1946, ca. 30 pp. [WN#04526]
      Report on Italian Naval Intelligence prior to the armistice of 1943, n.d., 10 pp.
      [WN#04527]
      Records relating to handling Circle (Ice) material, June 1945 and June 1946, 3 pp.
      [WN#04528 – WN#04529]
      China Theater cables, ca. October 1945 – February 1946, ca. 200 pp.
      [WN#04543]

119   “Barcelona French Chain Files,” consisting mainly of handwritten and typed
      letters and reports in Spanish and French, ca. July 1943 – October 1944, ca. 800
      pp. [WN#04813 – WN#04815 (beginning)]

120   “Barcelona French Chain Files,” consisting mainly of handwritten and typed
      letters and reports in Spanish and French, ca. January – August 1944, ca. 200 pp.
      [WN#04815 (conclusion)]
      MTO parachute training reports for courses 1 – 41, February – December 1943,
      ca. 100 pp. [WN#01918]
      MTO parachute training school requests for parachute training, August 1944 –
      April 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#01919]
      Report on SI authorities, inadequacies, existing activities, and personnel, ca. 1943,
      ca. 20 pp. [WN#01920]
      Casualty Reports for military personnel and sub-agents from the 2677th
      Headquarters Company, November 16 and 17, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#01922]
Memorandum on the significance of the electric generating plant in Arbatax,
Sardinia, May 19, 1943, 6 pp. [WN#01924]
Memorandum discussing the need for French officers to work with US-created
intelligence chains operating along the Franco-Spanish frontier, March 21, 1944,
2 pp. [WN#01927 and WN#01933]
Memorandum on Understanding between Embassy and OSS in Spain, November
3, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#01928]
Reports on agent training from Station “E”, 2677th Regiment to SI Spanish Desk,
ca. March – August 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#01932]
A Brief Outline of OSS Relationships with Various French Secret Services,
December 28, 1943, 7 pp. [WN#01934 and WN#01935]
Pouch Letter No. 85 from Madrid, Spain providing a list of the real names of all
the known members of the “WIWI” Chain, July 25, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#01938 –
WN#01939]
Report from SCI, Paris on the German handling of captured SI agent Louis Pascal
Bini, July 10, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#01940]
Pouch Letters from Barcelona to Madrid, Spain discussing the case of resistance
member Robert Neuhof, a.k.a. “GUY,” July 21 – 28, 1944, 18 pp. [WN#01940]
Records relating to Operation PITT, May and June 1945, ca 20 pp. [WN#01940]
Report by Roger Lanze relating to his part of Operation CHESTNUT, including
his capture and subsequent imprisonment in the Dachau Concentration Camp,
May 1945, 12 pp. [WN#01940]
Report summarizing X-2 missions PENNY FARTHING, MARROWBONE,
MUTTON PORK, CROCUS, PUMPKIN, JACKSON, TOMATO, MATHILDA,
BOSCO, HORSERADISH, PANCAKE, CHESTNUT, ASPARAGUS,
GRAPEFRUIT, SWEETPEA, HANIBAL, RAINBOW, ca. June 1944?, ca. 20 pp.
[WN#01941]
Company “A,” 2677th Regiment, French SI Desk, list of agents and radio
operators, September 6, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#01942]
Memorandum from Algiers, Algeria critiquing the MEDUSA Plan, n.d., 6 pp.
[WN#01943]
Report on the Conditions Prevailing in Oran Following the Landing of Americans
and British Troops in North Africa, November 22, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#01946]
Report on field operations in the Cape Verde Islands, May 25, 1945, 12 pp.
[WN#01948]
Informational Item #271, the Capeverdian planning revolt against Portuguese
oppression and suppression, November 23, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#01949]
Informational item #297, the Cape Verdian’s plea to the Allied Nations, January
8, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#01949]
Reports on conditions and developments in the Cape Verde Islands, September
1941 – January 1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#01956]
Memoranda discussing operations at the Oran, Algeria office, November and
December 1943, 6 pp. [WN#01959 and WN#01961]
G10 and other document logs, ca. January 1945 - October 1946, ca. 50 pp.
[WN#01967 – WN#01973]
      JRX intelligence document log, ca. September 1944 – December 1945, ca. 150
      pp. [WN#01974]

121   JRX intelligence document logs, ca. September 1944 – November 1946, ca. 400
      pp. [WN#01975 – WN#01976]. Includes an explanation of the JRX series
      numbering system.
      Records relating to the Western Continents Trading Corporation, a.k.a. the
      Western Continents Corporation, ca September 1943 – September 1946, ca. 200
      pp. [WN#03296 – WN#03300]. The records, which include stock certificates,
      receipts, and records of the company’s liquidation, are identified as New York
      Special Funds records. [See also WN#03952 – WN#03953 in box 122]
      Memorandum describing attempts to secure transportation for agents “into the
      portion of Italy covered by the Fifth Army,” January 3, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#04801]
      Report of Operation YOUNGSTOWN, which sought to gather intelligence in
      Genoa, Italy, February 23, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#04802]
      Report on OSS activities in Corsica, September 12 – October 3, 1943, 16 pp.
      [WN#04803]
      Letter describing developments in Italy, December 5, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#04805]
      Report on the difficulties of obtaining planes to launch missions from North
      Africa, n.d., 8 pp. [WN#04806]
      Memorandum describing concern about leaks of information sent from
      Casablanca and Morocco to Algiers, Algeria, December 29, 1943, 3 pp.
      [WN#04808]
      Memoranda regarding relations with French intelligence services in Africa,
      November 2 and December 22, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#04809 – WN#04810]
      “Barcelona French Chain Files,” consisting mainly of handwritten and typed
      letters and reports in Spanish and French, ca. July 1943 – October 1944, ca. 200
      pp. [WN#04816]

122   Records relating to a petty cash account at the Chase National Bank, ca. March
      1942 – October 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#03952]. Most of the records relate to the
      Western Continents Corporation. The records include a cash book for secret
      expenses, and a breakdown of monthly expenses in the secret account.
      Certificate of Incorporation, by-laws, minutes of meetings, letters of resignation,
      and other records of the Western Continents Corporation, ca. August 1941 –
      September 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#03953]
      List of casualties among OSS sub-agents from Headquarters, 2677 Hq. Co.,
      November 16, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#03956]
      Report on the results of a special mission to Casablanca, Morocco, ca. November
      1943, 3 pp. [WN#03957]
      Memorandum requesting cipher information from North Africa, November 28,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#03960]
      Memorandum on procedures for disguising cover traffic, February 13, 1946, 1 p.
      [WN#03962]
      Debriefing report from Captain Orwin, formerly with SSU Communications,
      Paris, France, January 11, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#03963]
      Procedures for activating Plan LIBRA, n.d., 4 pp. [WN#03964]
      Memorandum to the Chief, Communications Division, with an outline of
      Communications and Branch representation, May 14, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#03965]
      Memorandum describing the functions performed by sections in SSCS, April 15,
      1946, 2 pp. [WN#03966]
      Debriefing Report on Mr. Vesseley, reports officer to the mission in Prague,
      Czechoslovakia, ca. 1946, 1 p. [WN#03969]
      Memorandum regarding the security and communications briefing of Mr.
      Wheeler, head of the Lisbon, Portugal mission, July 23, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#03970]
      Memorandum describing the cipher situation in the Near East, July 12, 1946, 2
      pp. [WN#03971]

123   Covering Report for OSS Mission to Great Britain, August 1945; September 4,
      1945, 6 pp. [WN#04716]
      Records relating to individual SI projects, missions, and agents from London,
      England, ca. September 1944 – March 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#04717 –
      WN#04732]. There are records from FARO, CHURMI, MARTHE, BUZZSAW,
      POTOMAC, GOGOL, TYPHOON, HOFER, ECLIPSE, RUPPERT,
      WHEATIES, and others.
       Caserta, Italy cables, ca. October 1943 – May 1945, ca. 120 pp. [WN#04737 –
      WN#04750, WN#05001 – WN#05050, and WN#05651 – WN#05657]. Many of
      the cables contain reports from source “Vessel.”
      Stockholm, Sweden cables, ca. November 1943 – March 1945, ca. 400 pp.
      [WN#05658 – WN#05660]

124   Circle Material 1944-1945, containing information on the German Intelligence
      services and the administrative handling of Circle material [WN#04840]

125   Gripsholm information, 1943 [WN#02039]
      Memo regarding the history of the OSS Intelligence Service in North Africa,
      September 11, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#02042]

126   OSS Planning Group-Formosa Implementation Plan, September 25, 1944, ca. 50
      pp. Contains information on Formosa [WN#06120]

127   Information on the Committee of National Liberation for Northern Italy, 1944,
      ca. 100 pp. [WN#00563]
      Collaboration with the British, 1942-1943 [WN#00567]

128   JX (Intelligence and Administrative) accession sheets, 1944 – 1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#01977]
      JZX document logs, March 1945 – March 1946, ca. 250 pp. [WN#01978 –
      WN#01979]
      LX document logs, ca. November 1945 – September 1946, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#01980]
      LSX document logs, ca. June 1945 – October 1946, ca. 75 pp. [WN#01981]
      LWX document logs, ca. July 1945 – October 1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#01982]
      PCX document logs, ca. March – October 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#01983]
      TNX document logs, ca. August 1945 – October 1946, ca. 40 pp. [WN#01984]

129   Reports on economic situation in Hong Kong, Canton, Malaya, French Indo-
      China and Thailand, June 1945 [WN#06457-WN#06527, folder #9]

130   Report on status of and potentialities for MO operations in the Far East, May 28,
      1944, ca. 40 pp. [WN#06313]

131   MX document logs and accession sheets, ca. February 1944 – May 1946, ca. 150
      pp. [WN#01985]
      TD and TDX intelligence and administrative document logs, 1944 – 1945, ca. 50
      pp. [WN#01986]
      R, RX, and RX.A accession sheets and document logs, ca. October 1943 –
      November 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#01987]
      RBX intelligence document logs, 1945 – 1946, ca. 30 pp. [WN#01988]
      RBBX intelligence document logs, 1945 – 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#01989]
      TX intelligence and administrative document logs, 1944 – 1946, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#01990]
      VX intelligence and administrative accession sheets, 1943 – 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#01991]

132   Report on the German Intelligence Organization in France, ca. January 1944, 230
      pp. [WN#01796]
      X-2 Handbook: France Suspects, January 1944, 70 pp. Contains information on
      approximately 700 individuals including historian Bernard Fay and actor Maurice
      Chevalier [WN#01800]

133   OSS Budget information, 1944-1946 [WN#01886]
      Information about OSS MO Operations in Italy, 1944-1945, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#07824]

134   SSU [Strategic Services Unit] Organization, October 26, 1945 [WN#06272]

135   Several folders on Axis intelligence activities in France [WN#05256-WN#05260]
      Insurance Intelligence Reports, 1943 [WN#07332]

136   Reports on German intelligence activities in the Far East, May 1, 1945;
      Intelligence functions of the Japanese Imperial General Headquarters; and, other
      Far East-related intelligence subjects [WN#05269, Part 2]

137   Circle [X-2] messages, ca. September 1943 – December 1944, ca. 800 pp.
      [WN#04942 – WN#04945]
138   Circle [X-2] messages and reports, ca. January 1944 – March 1945, 800 pp.
      [WN#04946 – WN#04948]

139   Cable extracts from China, December 1945-June 1946, ca. 200 pp. [WN#03025]

140   Special Funds records from Austria [American Security and Trust Company],
      July 1945 – October 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#03048]
      Authorizations for the requisition and expenditures of Special Funds, January
      1945 – July 1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#03049]
      Records relating to Special Funds handled through the Bankers Trust Company,
      ca. March 1942 – October 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#07751]
      Berne, Switzerland Special Funds records, ca. December 1942 – December 1945,
      ca. 200 pp. [WN#07752]

141   Individual pages from unidentified reports describing developments in North
      Africa, n.d., 3 pp. [WN#02526, WN#02527, and WN#02538]
      Caserta, Italy cables, ca. August 1944 – May 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#04850 –
      WN#04891]
      Control Sheets for Intelligence Agencies, consisting of questionnaires and reports
      from Americans returning from China, ca. 1943, ca. 300 pp. [WN#04892 –
      WN#04893]

142   Gripsholm information, 1943 [WN#04894]

143   Report on British intelligence services in East Asia, November 25, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#07007]
      Report on the French situation in China, n.d., 10 pp. [WN#07008]
      Summary of a conference regarding Chinese-American intelligence operations,
      February 25, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#07010]
      Memorandum about a suggested courier system for the Free Thai Group. June 29,
      1944, 8 pp. [WN#07013]
      Summary of the Thailander situation as of August 15, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#07015]
      Memorandum regarding Ceylon as a base for OSS activities, October 3, 1943, 3
      pp. [07016]
      List of intelligence organizations in Australia, November 5, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#07017]
      Memorandum on the finances of the French Indo-China Mission, November 4,
      1943, 4 pp. [WN#07018]
      Memorandum of a conference with British representatives regarding operations in
      Thailand, and related records, February – March 1944, 6 pp. [WN#07019]
      Monthly Progress Report of X-2 OSS India-SEAC for October 1944, 10 pp.
      Nov.4, 1944 [WN#07020]
      BDUX, BX, DX, FBX, FPX, and FX intelligence and administrative document
      logs, 1944 - 1946, ca. 800 pp. [WN#03951, and WN#03978 – WN#03982]

144   FX intelligence document logs, 1944 - 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#03983]
      FZX and GRX document logs, 1945 and 1946, 4 pp. [WN#03984]
      CIRCLE, X-2 Branch reports, June 1944 – June 1945, ca. 750 pp. [WN#04955 –
      WN#04958]

145   GAX, GIX, GNX, GOX, GPX, GRX, GYX, GX, GX/A, GME, and CONE
      intelligence and administrative document logs, 1944 – 1946, ca. 800 pp.
      [WN#03985 – WN#03995]

146   HX, JAX, JBX, JCX, JGX and JNX intelligence and administrative document
      logs and accessions sheets, 1943 – 1946, ca. 300 pp. [WN#03996 – WN#04000,
      and WN#05851]
      Caserta, Italy cables, May 1944 – February 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#05852 –
      WN#05873]
      Minutes of meetings of the OSS Procurement Section, May 13, 1943 and January
      13, 1945; 51 pp. [WN#05874 – WN#05875]
      Minutes of meetings of the New York Procurement Section, January 8 and 29,
      1944, 22 pp. [WN#05876 and WN#05878]
      Minutes of meeting on manufacturing program, July 27, 1942, 7 pp. [WN#05877]
      Translation of a letter warning French politician Pierre Laval that the Gestapo is
      out to get him, n.d., 3 pp. [WN#05879]
      Detachment 101, Report No. 2, relating to Morale Operations, March 14, 1944, 5
      pp. [WN#05881]
      Proposed agreement between the OSS Morale Operations Branch and the S.O.E.
      and P.W.E. for combined operations against Germany and Italy, ca. August 1943,
      2 pp. [WN#05885]
      OVERLORD. Regional Summaries in support of Annexe II of P.W.E./O.W.I
      Outline Plan for Political Warfare, November 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#05885]
      Report on the meaning, techniques and methods of political warfare, n.d., 13 pp.
      [WN#05886]

147   SI Branch cables from China and Formosa, 1945-1946, ca. 800 pp. [WN#04544 –
      WN#04550, WN#05951 – WN#6037]

148   Report on Chinese Communists, June 1945 [WN#06839]
      Biographical data on leading personalities in Shanghai, China, November 9, 1944,
      50 pp. [WN#06841]
      Report: The OSS: Its Functions, Conception, Organization, and Operations. n.d.,
      ca. 50 pp. [WN#06844]
      Memorandum on a plan for the recruitment of Indonesians for use on SEAC
      operations, May 23, 1944, 11 pp. [WN#06848]
      Information on Indo-China, 1944, ca. 600 pp. [WN#06852]

149   China Cables, 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#06734]

150   Information on the war in China, 1944-1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#6853-WN#6874]
      China Cables, 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#07401-WN#07414]
151   Gripsholm information, 1943, ca. 800 pp. [WN#04895-WN#04898]

152   Records of the OSS Seattle Office, ca. March 17 – September 26, 1945, ca. 100
      pp. [WN#06946]
      Pacific Coast Area, San Francisco Office; correspondence with the Seattle Office,
      ca. December 1942 – September 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#06947 – WN#06949]
      Records of the TARANTO Project, relating to Italian maritime specialists and
      equipment, ca. 1943 – 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#06950]
      Records relating to the San Marco Battalion, ca. October 1944 – March 1945, ca.
      50 pp. [WN#06951]
      Letter describing developments relating to the OSS Maritime Unit in Italy,
      January 1945, 15 pp. [WN#06952]
      Memoranda describing the African Coastal Flotilla, a British unit created “to
      control all clandestine seaborne operations under CINCMED,” February 16, 1945,
      2 pp. [WN#06953]
      Records from Cairo, Egypt relating to the sinking of the OSS schooner Irini II by
      units of the British Striking Force, ca. June – October 1944, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#06954]
      “Who’s Who” lists of foreign officers and personalities, ca. September 1943 –
      April 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#06955]

153   Information on MO plans, April 1945, ca. 12 pp. [WN#05889]
      Information on the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, April 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#05890-WN#05891]
      Various reports on Chinese political matters, 1945 [WN#05893-WN#05897]
      Report prepared by the Propaganda Intelligence Section MO-SI/OSS entitled
      Subversive Propaganda Pressures Affecting the United States from Europe, North
      Africa, and Italy, October 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#05900]
      Report on Subversive Propaganda Pressures in China, October 1945, 16 pp.
      [WN#07101]

154   Standard employment contract, and release, for native “agents” hired overseas,
      and related records, November 6, 1944, 11 pp. [WN#07021]
      SOE weekly reviews for July 24 – 30, and September 11 – 24, 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#07023 – WN#07024]
      Records relating to the Western Continents Corporation [an OSS cover], ca.
      March 1944 – August 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#07025]
      Memorandum to Bill Donovan from W.S. Stephenson, Director of British
      Security Co-ordination, commenting on a recent memorandum on Latin America,
      September 4, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#07027]
      Records relating to the purchase of tuna fish in the Cape Verde Islands, February
      – May 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#07029]
      Memorandum relating to the creation of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit, and
      a plan to obtain information about the enemy through the international insurance
      business, December 1942 – January 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#07030]
      Records relating to Project Labor No. 7, which sought to use the underground
      organization of the International Transport Workers’ Federation in Axis and
      occupied countries to obtain information leading to the sabotage of transport
      facilities, June 1943, 6 pp. [WN#07031]
      Report on the conditions on the Danish island of Bornholm under the German
      occupation, from April 1940 – October 1943, May 1944, 7 pp. [WN#07032]
      Records relating to Norway during the war [WN#07033-WN#07093]
      Records relating to developments in China, ca. December 1945 – June 1946, ca.
      125 pp. [WN#07094 – WN#07100 and WN#07601 – WN#07628]
      Rosters of various OSS units in Asia, May-July 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#7602 and
      WN#07629]
      Survey of Foreign Experts reports relating to Italy, Germany, France, and
      Ukrainian Nationalist Movements, 1942-1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#06330-
      WN#06339]
      Report on the mass execution of Russians and Poles by the Germans in September
      1941, December 10, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#13958]
      Letter relating to the Committee for a Jewish Army of Stateless and Palestinian
      Jews, June 16, 1943, 1 p. [WN#13960]
      Caserta, Italy SI progress report, September 1, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#13964]
      Information on Italy, France, Greece, and Yugoslavia [WN#13965]

155   Foreign Economic Administration Summaries of reports on interviews with
      persons repatriated from German-Europe in March 1944, April 11, 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#06385]

156   Memo regarding Ceylon as a base for OSS activities, October 3, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#06273]
      Special Funds Reports, USFETO, August-November 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#06285-WN#06286]

157   Reports on China, October 1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#06400]
      Memo regarding commercial relations between Italy and Japan, September 29,
      1944, 1 p. [WN#06400]
      Information on Jose Figuerola and Argentina, ca. 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#06400]
      Memo regarding German poison gas factory, October 17, 1944, 1 p. [WN#06400]
      Information on China, 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#06400]
      Special Funds Information, 1944-1945, ca. 350 pp. Contains foreign bank notes
      [WN#02057-WN#02062]

158   Simmons Project Report on trip to Germany in April-May 1945 looking for
      scientific information, equipment, and personnel. 7 pp. [WN#07201]

159   Bern, Switzerland OSS financial reports, 1942-1945 [WN#07235-WN#07247]

160   Berne, Switzerland Special Funds reports, ca. June 1942 – July 1945, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#05725]
      Cairo, Egypt Special Funds reports, ca. March – July 1944, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#07110]
      Bari, Italy Special Funds records, ca. October 1943 – November 1944, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#07111]
      Mediterranean Theater of Operations Special Funds records, July 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#07113 – WN#07114]
      China and India-Burma Theater consolidated financial report [Special Funds], 26
      November – 25 December 1944; January 9, 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#07115]
      Detachment 101 Special Funds reports, December 26, 1944 – January 25, 1945;
      and April 26 – May 25, 1945; ca. 20 pp. [WN#07116 – WN#07117]
      Records relating to Operation FROG, a combined Army Air Forces – OSS
      operation against the shipping, shore, and naval installations in ports of Eastern
      China, [June 1945?], ca. 100 pp. [WN#07118 – WN07119]
       Report on the HELLENIC Project, to obtain intelligence in Greece in the “post-
      invasion years,” April 22, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#07121]
      Records relating to unsuccessful plans to send Vatican representative Edward
      (Eduardo) Gehrmann to Berlin, Germany under Operation BEECHNUT and/or
      the BLOOMINGDALE Project, ca. September 1945 – March 1946, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#07123]

161   Special Funds ledger covering expenditures worldwide, ca. 1942 – 1944, ca. 700
      pp. [WN#02063]

162   Special Funds ledger covering expenditures worldwide, June 1942 – July 1945,
      ca. 700 pp. [WN#02064]

163   Information on Japanese and Communist activities in Asia based on interviews,
      1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#02070]
      Audit of Bern, Switzerland OSS accounts, 1946 [WN#02075]

164   Seattle OSS Chronological File, 1941-1944, ca. 800 pp., Part 1 [WN#07213]

165   Seattle OSS Chronological File, 1941-1944, ca. 800 pp., Part 2 [WN#07214]

166   Records of the PLUMBER Project, to place agents in Germany in order to obtain
      military information and contact Belgian workers, ca. March – May 1945, ca. 75
      pp. [WN#07281]
      Memorandum on “Ball’s Plan, Second Echelon” to introduce two agents into
      southern Burma, February 16, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#07282]
      Memorandum on guerillas and possible agents in Burma and Thailand, January
      29, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#07284]
      Memorandums regarding developments in the Arakan, Burma, January –
      February 1945, 20 pp. [WN#07284]
      Records relating to cooperation between Mexican government official Angel
      Rosas and the OSS, April – June 1943, 5 pp. [WN#07287 and WN#07288]
      Proposal for Chilean participation in the war, April 1943, ca. 25 pp. [WN#07289]
      Progress reports of the Survey of Foreign Experts, December 1942 – January
      1943, 30 pp. [WN#07295]
      Report on Russian-Hungarian commercial treaty, September 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#07299]
      Report on food situation in Hungary, September 1945, 1 p. [WN#07299]
      Report on Communist activities in Belgium, August 1945, 2 pp. [WN#07300]
      Field reports from the FRANZ Mission, ETO, ca. September 1944 – March 1945,
      ca. 150 pp. [WN#07504]
      Report on contacts with German POWs, January 3, 1945, 24 pp. [WN#07902?]
      Report about staying in a PW camp holding German prisoners of war to ascertain
      their attitudes on various matters, n.d. but probably 1945, 8 pp. Provides
      information on war crimes attitude, fear of Russians, how Germans conducted
      themselves as occupiers, and Jews. The report states “the influence of
      antisemitisme [sic] is simply devastating” and the reporter was informed that “the
      Poles will thank us for having exterminated their Jews” [WN#07902]
      Report about staying in a PW camp holding German prisoners of war to ascertain
      their attitudes on various matters, n.d. but probably 1945, 10 pp. The reporter
      stated that “my impression was that they all knew about the cruelties committed
      against the Jews” and “most of them held the opinion that it was foolish to kill the
      Jews, before victory was secured [WN#07902]
      SSU/CIG [Central Intelligence Group] budget estimates and related records,
      1946-1947, ca. 350 pp., [WN#07903-WN#07908]
      Survey of Foreign Experts progress report for February 1944, 22 pp. [WN#07909]

167   Information on MO European Theater of Operations, 1943-1944, ca. 700 pp.
      [WN#03493]

168   Information on Asia, 1944-1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#06541]
      Information on China, 1945, ca. 500 pp. [Ca. WN#06542-WN#06601]

169   Information on China, 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#07702]

170   Special Projects Office monthly reports, May and June 1944, 8 pp. [WN#06746
      and WN#06747]
      List of intelligence organizations in Australia, May 11, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#06748]
      Memo regarding project for activities in Greece after liberation, March 23, 1944,
      6 pp. [WN#06752]
      Memo regarding plans for penetration of the Dodecanese [Italian islands in the
      Aegean Sea], July 19, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#06754]
      Records relating to the attack on, and the sinking of, the OSS caique Irini between
      Greece and Turkey by British forces, June 1944 – December 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#06755, and WN#06758 - WN#06760]
      Records relating to the Fairmont Development Corporation and the purchase of
      automobiles, ca. November 1945 – April 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#06764]
      Letter to the Director expressing concern over sizeable advances of Special Funds
      for five OSS projects, July 13, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#06771]
      Records relating to the MUSAC Project, to make electrical transcriptions of
      American songs with German lyrics for black radio operations, July – August
      1944, 10 pp. [WN#06774]
      Information on organizational obligations toward secret agents, July 1945, ca. 50
      pp. [WN#06775]
      Relations with the State Department, 1944-1946 [WN#06776]
      Records relating to the Western Continents Corporation, ca. April 1945 –
      September 1946, ca. 75 pp. [WN#06787]
      General Counsel’s Office evaluation of X-2 Branch projects, April 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#06788]
      Lists of personnel returning from overseas, August – November 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#06791]
      Memo on OSS Organization in Europe, July 27, 1945, 1 p. [WN#06792]
      News from the R & A Outposts, December 24, 1943, 6 pp. [WN#06795]
      Report on R & A Branch, Detachment 202 (Asia), May 1944, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#06796]
      Research and Analysis Branch correspondence to, and relating to, Edward Allen,
      OSS representative in Seattle, Washington, February – July 1943, and February
      1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#06800 – WN#06811, and WN#06815]
      Memorandum listing sources of Research and Analysis Branch information,
      August 5, 1943, 11 pp. [WN#06812]
      Records relating to the SI/SACO intelligence school, ca. July 1942 – September
      1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#06821]
      OSS postwar plans and programs for activities in Germany, and related records,
      July – September, 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#07323]
      Memorandum on Ceylon as a base for OSS activities, March 10, 1943, 3 pp.
      [WN#07853]
      Memorandums on the coordination of OSS activities in SEAC, November 1943, 4
      pp. [WN#07855]
      Records relating to the development of activities in North Africa, December 1943,
      6 pp. [WN#07856]
      Memorandums between the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Director, OSS on the
      Hungarian situation, November 20 and December 5, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#07857]
      OSS Secret Intelligence Field Manual-Strategic Services, and related records,
      February 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#07858]

171   OSS Postwar plans and programs for activities in France, August 23, 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#07325]
      Situation Reports-Kunming, China, October 1945; contains information on
      Japanese war crimes [WN#02098]

172   Information on Latin American countries, 1944-1945 [WN#07520]

173   “SACO” intelligence reports from China, YS/CK series, ca. December 1944 –
      October 1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#07703 – WN#07708]
174   Memos regarding Cover problems, 1946 [WN#07138]
      “The ‘Rote Kapelle’: A Series of Soviet Intelligence Cases.” 103 pp.
      [WN#07631]

175   OSS plans and programs for activities in Southeast Europe, July 4, 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#07632]
      OSS plans and programs for activities in Southern Asia, June 15, 1945, 10 pp.
      [WN#07633]
      OSS plans and programs for activities in China, June 15, 1945, 7 pp.
      [WN#07634]
      OSS plans and programs for activities in Austria, July 23, 1945, 8 pp.
      [WN#07635]
      OSS plans and programs for activities during the occupation of Japan, July 12,
      1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#07636]
      Implementation Strategy for Strategic Services activities against Japan Proper,
      July 23, 1945, 100 pp. [WN#07637]
      Insurance information, 1944. ca. 50 pp. [WN#07714]

176   Office of Censorship information, 1944-1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#07716]

177   O.S.S.S.U. Detachment 202, memorandum regarding the background description
      of Project RED agents, June 23, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#07776]
      SSU Special Funds Division statements of financial condition, November 1945 –
      February 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#07778 – WN#07781]
      Monthly Progress Report, X-2 Branch, SSU Mission to France, October 1945, 9
      pp. [WN#07782]
      Monthly Progress Report, SSU Mission to the Netherlands, October 1945, 10 pp.
      [WN#07783]
      Monthly Progress Reports, SSU Mission to Switzerland, October and November
      1945, 8 pp. [WN#07784 and WN#07788]
      Monthly Progress Report, SI Branch, SSU Mission to Switzerland, October 1945,
      3 pp. [WN#07785]
      Monthly Progress Report, Italian Mission, October 1945, 9 pp. [WN#07786]
      Monthly Progress Report, Detachment 505, Security Office, October 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#07787]
      Monthly Progress Report, SSU Mission to Austria, November 1945, 12 pp.
      [WN#07790]
      Reports from SSU NETO, November-December 1945, 45 pp. [WN#07791]
      Summary of SSU Activities, January - March 1946, 37 pp. [WN#07792,
      WN#07800, and WN#08870]
      CD Branch monthly activities report for January 1946, 2 pp. [WN#07793]
      Progress Report of SSU Austria, January 1946, 2 pp. [WN#07794]
      Monthly Progress Report for SI, Berne, Switzerland for January 1946, 4 pp.
      [WN#07795]
      Report of Counter-Espionage Section, SSU, China, February 1946 [WN#07798]
      Special Funds report, SSU China, for January 1946, 9 pp. [WN#07799]
      Report from SSU Austria for February 1946, 7 pp. [WN#08862]
      Monthly report from SI, Mission to Switzerland for February 1946, 2 pp.
      [WN#08863]
      Reports from SSU China, March and April 1946, 26 pp. [WN#08866 and
      WN#08869]
      Monthly Progress Report from SSU/France for March 1946, 9 pp. [WN#08868]
      Results of Commanders’ Conference held August 15, 1945, 11 pp. [WN#08873]
      Reports relating to developments on the Iberian Peninsula by source “BYBY,” ca.
      November 1943 – May 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#07641]

178   Files relating to final payments to individual agents, mainly from the Mission to
      Germany, ca. January 1945 – February 1947, ca. 200 pp. [WN#07644]
      Records relating to payments made to, and information received from, Spanish
      source “BYBY,” ca. November 1943 – September 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#07644]
      Records relating to Columbia University’s sponsorship of a journalism school in
      Chungking, China, February and September 1943, 10 pp. [WN#07326]
      Reports relating to the Russo-Polish crisis, May 1943 and June 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#07329]. Included is a report by Professor Oscar Lange on his meeting with
      Russian leader Joseph Stalin.
      Records of the Insurance Intelligence Unit, ca. May – September 1943, ca. 75 pp.
      [WN#07331]
      Personal data sheets and related records on agents from Budapest, Hungary, ca.
      November 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#07334]
      Report on X-2 combat interrogation teams in Burma, June 15, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#07335]
      Memorandum relating to X-2 penetration of Spanish colonies in North Africa,
      February 3, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#07336]
      Report on a plan to revise the Thai constitution, July 7, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#07338]
      Memorandum to General Donovan relating to OSS liaison with RSS (British),
      February 22, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#07340]
      Memorandum discussing the possibility of establishing a DF [Direction Finding]
      installation at Casablanca, Morocco, March 24, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#07341]
      “Peter Report” No. 1189 on German currency, February 28, 1946, 2 p.
      [WN#07343]

179   History of the Documentation Branch, 2 volumes, ca. July 1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#07344 – WN#07345]
      Letters from Bari, Italy reporting developments, July and August 1944, 11 pp.
      [WN#07422 – WN#07423]
      Memorandum describing MO arrangements with Yugoslavian leader Josef Broz
      Tito and the partisans, August 25, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#07424]
      Memorandum discussing a report on pre-armistice and post-war plans for MO-
      OSS activities in the Balkans and Central Europe, August 29, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#07424]
      Memoranda relating to the possible establishment of a Mexican department of
      strategic services, and possible cooperation between it and the OSS, December 15
      and 16, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#07426]
      Minutes of a conference in Chungking, China “held as a result of instructions by
      General Tai Li and General Donovan,” December 9, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#07428]
      Budget and Finance records relating to State Department – SSU expenditures, ca.
      August 1946 – November 1947, ca. 150 pp. [WN#07435]
      Combined Services Detailed Interrogation Centre (CSDIC) transcripts relating to
      war crimes, ca. August 1944 – January 1945, 8 pp. [WN#07437]
      Report on CE developments in Eire, January 1944, 10 pp. [WN#06957]
      Memorandum on evidence of enemy spy and sabotage activity in Karavostasi-
      Xeros, Cyprus, March 25, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#06958]
      Memorandum on British coverage of OSS watch list names, August 17, 1944, 1 p.
      [WN#06964]
      Records relating to the pre-censoring of OSS sponsored communications, ca. July
      1943 – July 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#06971]

180   OSS Watch Lists relating to Great Britain, n.d., 5 pp. [WN#06970]
      Draft letters to and from Carl W. Ackerman, Dean of the Columbia School of
      Journalism, concerning funds advanced to him for the establishment and
      operation of the Graduate School of Journalism of the Republic of China, ca. July
      1945, 10 pp. [WN#06980 and WN#06982]
      Report on activity in Yugoslavia, ca. 1944, 8 pp. [WN#09251]
      Report of the Geisha Mission into Slovenia/Yugoslavia, May 19-October 13,
      1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#09252]
      Memo regarding OSS operations in Austria, Hungary, and Germany, May 13,
      1944, 3 pp. [WN#09253 and WN#09256]
      Memo regarding MO arrangements with Tito and the Partisans [Yugoslavia],
      August 25, 1944 [WN#09255]
      Memo regarding the OSS in Levant, March 29, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#09264]
      Memorandum concerning OSS authority to place personnel under FEA cover in
      the Middle East, December 26, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#09268]
      Memorandum with notes on cooperation with the Jewish Agency, March 15,
      1945, 3 pp. [WN#09270]
      Memorandum relating to MO personnel for Turkey, February 15, 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#09279]
      Letter describing a meeting among General Donovan and others in Naples, Italy,
      and other matters, January 29, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#09288]
      Memorandums concerning questions about the financial transactions of the
      Dogwood Chain in Istanbul, Turkey as they related to the Western Electric
      Company, September and November 1944, 8 pp. [WN#09289]
      Memo and letter regarding OSS representation on State Department Missions,
      December 20, 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#09291]
      Memorandum reviewing relations between the OSS and the Russian High
      Command in Sofia, Bulgaria, October 2, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#09297]
      Mid-month report from Sofia, Bulgaria for September 28 – October 15, 1944, 7
      pp. [WN#09300]
      Records relating to A. Livingston Warnshuis and plans for interchurch aid and
      relief in Europe, ca. October 1944 – May 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#09322]
      Memorandum on the APPLE Mission to Crete, November 4, 1944, 7 pp.
      [WN#07528]
      Field Report of a political advisor of the MO Branch in Algiers, Algeria, May 25,
      1945, 5 pp. [WN#07537]
      Field Report of officer with OSS/7th Army, July 16, 1945, ca. 14 pp. [WN#07538]
      Field Report of OSS officer serving in Scandinavia, 1943-1945, 18 pp.
      [WN#07539]
      Field Report of OSS officer serving in China, India-Burma, and SEAC Theaters,
      March 1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#07540]

182   Memorandum describing British action and policy on Crete, n.d., 3 pp.
      [WN#07710]
      X-2 Washington and overseas personnel rosters, ca. January 1946, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#07717]
      Records of the RAVIOLI Mission, for the “infiltration of Italians in uniform of
      Fascist Italian Army,” ca. 1944, 7 pp. [WN#07718]
      Records relating to identification documents and photographs, ca. 1944 - 1945,
      ca. 200 pp. [WN#07722 – WN#07732]
      Caserta, Italy cable discussing proposed procedures for handling claims for
      rewards or compensation by foreign nationals, March 14, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#07734]
      Cairo, Egypt, and Istanbul, Turkey cables relating to Special Funds, February 22 –
      March 7, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#07735 – WN#07738]
      Records relating to attempts to obtain information from Rotary International,
      November 1944 – February 1945, 14 pp. [WN#07742]
      Unidentified key to sources and source list, possibly from Allen Dulles, n.d., 4 pp.
      [WN#07743]
      Research and Analysis Division correspondence file with Edward W. Allen of the
      Seattle Office, ca. May 1942 – June 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#07744]

183   Records relating to the Survey of Foreign Experts, ca. October 1942 – November
      1943, ca. 250 pp. [WN#07745]
      SI Branch semi-monthly report #10, July 1, 1943, 8 pp. [WN#07746]
      Organization Charts, ca. August 1946, 21 pp. [WN#07648]
\     Postal Cable and Telephone Censorship Prefix List No. II, Recording Prefixes
      Used on Information Material, effective June 15, 1943, 10 pp. [WN#07649]
      Memorandum from the China and India Burma Theater on MO/AGAS Plan and
      MO Personnel, November 14, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#07652]
      Weekly MO Report from Detachment 404, Rangoon, Burma, July 16, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#07654]
      Memoranda discussing the organization of an anti-submarine warfare intelligence
      group, May and June 1943, 9 pp. [WN#07656]
      Report on Yugoslav partisan activities, June 26, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#07659]
      Survey of SI liaison activities, January 15, 1945, 13 pp. [WN#07662]
      Lists of OSS liaisons, January – February 1945, 15 pp. [WN#07663]
      Records of the Intelligence Service relating to operations in Spain, ca. October
      1943 – May 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#07665]
      Budget recapitulation for Africa, 1945 – 1946, 7 pp. [WN#07666]
      Africa Division, SI personnel rosters and resume of field station status, May 8,
      1945, 10 pp. [WN#07667]
      Plan for intelligence operations in Africa, June 12, 1945, 16 pp. [WN#07668]
      Memorandum to General Donovan discussing plans for X-2 operations in Africa,
      July 6, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#07669]
      Memoranda discussing clandestine intelligence in Africa, July 26 and August 2,
      1945, 5 pp. [WN#07670]
      Records relating to Special Funds used to interview sources, including repatriates
      aboard the Gripsholm, ca. July 1943 – September 1944, 14 pp. [WN#07671 –
      WN#07677]
      Report on the second voyage of the exchange ship Gripsholm, December 11,
      1943, 19 pp. [WN#07678]
      List of Persons Consulting the Collection of Documents Captured in North Africa,
      January 18 – March 22, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#07680]
      Correspondence of the Research and Analysis Branch with British Security
      Coordination, ca. October – November 1942, ca. 30 pp. [WN#07681]
      Correspondence file of the Research and Analysis Branch, Geographic Division,
      with Edward Allen of the Seattle Office, ca. January – August, 1943, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#07682]
      Memorandum describing Insurance Intelligence Unit material of interest to the
      Research and Analysis Branch, February 5, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#07683]
      Memorandum discussing sources of Research and Analysis Branch information,
      August 5, 1943, 11 pp. [WN#07684]
      Draft memorandum on interviewing returned travelers, November 3, 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#07685]
      Summary of remarks by Sir Ramaswami Mudaliar relating to India, January 28,
      1943, 6 pp. [WN#07686]
      SI Report on field conditions from Major James Oliver of the Greek Desk,
      January 26, 1945, 43 pp. [WN#07690]
      SI Report on field conditions in Spain, Portugal, Algiers, and Italy, May 31, 1945,
      7 pp. [WN#07691]

184   Information from and about the Sioux Mission to Scandinavia [MO Operation
      based in Stockholm, Sweden,] 1944-1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00578-WN#00579].
      Information on the Ulysses [MO] Mission to Greece, 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#07862]
      Information on the Royse [MO] Mission to Crete, 1944, ca. 60 pp. [WN#07865]

185   MO Branch records of activities in the Far East, ca. May 1944 - August 1945, ca.
      300 pp. [WN#07866 – WN#07877]
      Report on activities of SOE in 5th Army area, September 1943, 3 pp. [WN#06881]
      Memorandum on the BRINDISI [Italy] Mission (Military), October 20, 1943, 4
      pp. [WN#06890]
      Greek and Yugoslavian “Form-at-a-Glance,” January - September 1944, ca. 75
      pp. [WN#06892]
      Memorandum on the use of TD [Truth Drug] in activities of War Crimes
      Commission, July 20, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#06897]
      X-2 Reports of activities in various countries, 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#06902]
      Outline of material for 1946 budget preparations in the European and African
      Theaters; ca. 10 pp. provides summaries of activities [WN#06903]
      Reports of the various SI sections, April 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#06904]
      Memorandum on a conference between Maj. Gen. Donovan and others, April 21,
      1945, 2 pp. [WN#06907]
      Report: Organizational, Administrative, and other Decisions taken in the
      European Theater during the visit of the Director [William O. Donovan], April 7-
      24, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#06908]
      History of the Security Branch, OSS Istanbul, Turkey, May 1943 – September
      1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#06914]
      Addenda to the History of the Security Branch, OSS Istanbul, Turkey, May 1943
      to September 1, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#06915]
      History of the Security Branch, OSS Istanbul, Turkey, March 16 to July 15, 1945,
      ca. 6 pp. [WN#06916]
186   Information on the Sioux Mission, July 1943-February 1945, 8 pp. [WN#08561]

187   SI, Angola correspondence files with Frazar & Company, ca. September 1942 –
      November 1943, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00966]
      Field Report II—SQUIRES Mission, Northern Base, China, May 15, 1945, 11 pp.
      [WN#08358]
      Reports on MO activities in China, January and April, 1945, 16 pp. [WN#08359 -
      WN#08361]
      List of personnel of Section V: Security and Counter Espionage, n.d., 2 pp.
      [WN#08363]
      Reports from Lisbon, Portugal relating to German wire telegraphy sets, ca.
      December 1943 – June 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#08365]
      Memorandum outlining MO projects on the Iberian Peninsula, March 1, 1944, 2
      pp. [WN#08366]
      Memorandum to the Ambassador describing the work of the OSS in Spain, May
      11, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#08369]
      Correspondence between Lisbon, Portugal, and Berne, Switzerland, relating to
      financial matters, August – September 1942, 20 pp. [WN#08370]
      Operational and intelligence reports from South Africa, March – October, 1944,
      ca. 300 pp. [WN#08376 – WN#08397]

188   Memo on Turkish neutrality, September 9, 1942, 6 pp. [WN#07353]
      Gripsholm administrative matters, 1942, ca. 6 pp. [WN#07359-WN#07361]
      Report on OSS-Navy relations, March 22, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#07368]
189   Records of the General Counsel’s Office relating to contracts and inventions, ca.
      1944 – 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#07375]
      Booklet sent to Colonel Donovan “containing biographical sketches of all staff
      personnel in SA/B, paid from unvouchered funds,” July 11, 1942, ca. 75 pp.
      [WN#06667]
      Records relating to SI Scandinavian Projects I – XXI, Special I, and A, ca. July
      1942 – March 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#06668 – WN#06690]
      Records relating to SI United Kingdom Project WE-GB-3, November –
      December 1942, 4 pp. [WN#06691]
      Reports relating mainly to Germany, ca. November 1944 – March 1945, ca. 100
      pp. [WN#06692 – WN#06700, WN#08001 –WN#08017, WN#08019 –
      WN#08027, and WN#08030 – WN#08036]
      The Alpine Reduit: An Interim Survey of Available Intelligence (Summer 1944 to
      Mid-February 1945; February 22, 1945, 29 pp. [WN#08018]
      Report on insignia worn by foreigners working for Germany, July 28, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#08028]
      Classification of Organization Todt Personnel According to Nationality,
      discussing “Nazi ideas of race and nationality,” December 12, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#08029]
      Rosters of personnel working on war crimes, ca. August 1945 – January 1946, ca.
      30 pp. [WN#08038 – WN#08045]
      Intelligence Procurement Division budget justification, 1943, 11 pp. [WN#08046]
      Research and Analysis Branch liaison reports and chronological file, ca. October
      1941 – August 1942, ca. 100 pp. [WN#08047 – WN#08090]
       Records of the Security Branch, ca. June 1943 – June 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#08092 – WN#08110]. Topics include post-VE Day publicity for the OSS,
      and the state of security in FETO.

190   Records relating to the China, ca. September 1943 – February 1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#08111 – WN#08137]
      India-Burma Theater, MO Branch records, ca. February 1944 – July 1945, ca. 100
      pp. [WN#07878 – WN#07889]

191   Japanese Order of Battle on Formosa: A Study Based on Monitored Radio
      Information as of 31 July 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#07160]
      RI Division, CD Branch, monthly reports for May, June, and September 1944, 7
      pp. [WN#07161 – WN#07163]
      Far East Communications Report, May 8, 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#07165]
      Records relating to the continuation of the Basque project, November – December
      1944, 7 pp. [WN#07168]
      Records relating to the end of the Yale Library Project, previously “C Mission,”
      November 1944 – January 1945, 6 pp. [WN#07169]
      Bi-Monthly Report of the C D Branch, May 30, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#08497]
      Report by George H. Muhle on Western Continents Trading Corporation [an OSS
      cover], 1942, ca. 20 pp, [WN#08894]. References to Schering, A.G., Swiss Bank
      Corporation, Swiss dummy corporations, I.G. Farben, and German ties to Latin
      America.
      Paris, France, Special Funds Branch records, ca. October 1944 – December 1945,
      ca. 150 pp. [WN#08895 – WN#8988]

192   Memorandum on the collection of intelligence from Russians in Alaska,
      December 20, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#07922]
      Report of problems on the West Coast, November 4, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#07922]
      Memorandum to William Donovan describing complaints made against the OSS
      at a meeting of the JIC, June 5, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#07927]
      Memo providing information on dealings with the Office of Censorship, 1943;
      includes a Watch List of some 200 German émigrés in Great Britain and the
      United States [WN#07959]
      Records relating to an agreement on working with foreign nationals in Germany,
      November 1944, 6 pp. [WN#07960]
      Memo from Arthur J. Goldberg to Allen Dulles suggesting personnel for post-
      hostilities operations, September 20, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#07961 and WN#07967]
      Memo proposing the Hansel Plan for intelligence operations against Germany
      from Denmark, February 10, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#07962]
      Memo proposing the Kitten Plan for intelligence operations against Germany
      from Norway, February 17, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#07963]
      Memorandum proposing the Operation DUO, using Spanish workers to obtain
      intelligence in the American Zone of Occupation, March 13, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#07964]
      Joint Chiefs of Staff 429, concerning use of military personnel for OSS operations
      in neutral countries, July 1943, 5 pp. [WN#07965]
      Reports of SSU in Great Britain, 1945–1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#07968]
      Reports of SSU in Switzerland, 1945-1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#07969]
      Reports of SSU in France, 1945-1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#07970]
      Monthly reports of SSU China Theater, January 8 and March 5, 1946, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#07971 and WN#07972]
      Monthly Report of the Security Branch, SSU, India-Burma Theater, November 5,
      1945, 3 pp. [WN#07973]
      Records relating to the George Office, a.k.a. Econic-New York, May – July 1945,
      ca. 150 pp. [WN#07978]
      Records relating to the Western Continents Corporations, a.k.a. the George
      Office, including records of incorporation and of a possible name change, ca.
      1941 – 1946, ca. 75 pp. [WN#07979, WN#07980 and WN#07982]

193   Monthly reports of OSS Pacific Coast Area, 1944-1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#07438]

194   [List of codes from German cables?] n.d., 4 pp. [WN#08340]
      Memoranda relating to Axis agents and cryptographic material captured in Iraq,
      October 27 and 29, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#08341 and WN#08403]
      Report on OSS missions to liberated Samos, October 27, 1943, 5 pp.
      [WN#08343]
      Summary minutes of an SOE / OSS meeting relating to collaboration in the
      Middle East, July 28, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#08344]
      Report to General Donovan on British interference in OSS activities, November
      17, 1943, 14 pp. [WN#08346]
      Semi-Monthly activities report from OSS-Istanbul, Turkey for July 16 – 31, 1944;
      August 11, 1944, ca. 14 pp. [WN#08347]
      Monthly report of SI, Istanbul for January 1944; February 11, 1944, 12 pp.
      [WN#08347]
      Reports and other records relating to intercepted German telegrams about Iraq,
      Hungary and Rumania, November 1943, 7 pp. [WN#08348]
      Lists of code names and identifications used in communications from Bucharest,
      Rumania, Caserta, Italy, and Bern, Switzerland; in “Vessel” reports; and possibly
      from other records, n.d., ca. October 1944, 9 pp. [WN#08350]
      Memorandum discussing the necessity for a conference on policy affecting Africa
      Section, SI, August 5, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#08404]
      Memorandum critiquing a report by the Africa Desk on Lourenco Marques,
      Mozambique, September 29, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#08405]
      Records relating to enemy and OSS activities in Lourenco Marques, Mozambique
      ca. April – October 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#08406]
      Memorandum relating to OSS handling of British SIS documents, June 17, 1943,
      8 pp. [WN#08407]
      Memorandum relating to OSS activities in Portugal, July 22, 1943, 12 pp.
      [WN#08408]

195   Records describing the importance of Mr. J. Lemaigre-Dubreuil and the Societe
      Georges Lesieur to the war effort, August 27 – 29, 1942, 5 pp. [WN#07545]
      Reports and related records about OSS activities in Spain and Portugal, ca. July –
      August 1943, 13 pp. [WN#07546]
      Memoranda addressing State Department criticisms of OSS activities in Spain and
      Portugal, July 1943, ca. 40 pp. [WN#07548 – WN#07549]
      List of ISLD (SIS) personnel in New Delhi, India, and Chungking, China,
      December 4, 1943, 1 p. [WN#07550]
      Records relating to the use of Gramtrade International Organization as a cover
      agency by OSS, ca. May 1943 – February 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#07551]
      Office of General Counsel records relating to contracts and payments involving
      Special Funds, July – September 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#07552 – WN#07559]
      2677th Regiment, Security Branch consolidated monthly report for November
      1945 – January 1946; February 19, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#07563]
      Memorandum relating to Italians employed in operations by the OSS branch in
      Izmir, Turkey, December 12, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#07564]

196   OSS-SACO [Sino-American Cooperative Organization] Reports, June 1, 1944-
      June 30, 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#07565]
      Records of the Office of General Counsel relating to contracts, inventions, and
      patents, ca. 1943 – 1947, ca. 500 pp. [WN#07376 – WN#07384]
197   CBI/MO report on special problems, September 30, 1944, 13 pp. [WN#07394]
      Letter describing developments in China, September 7, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#07396]
      Reports of OSS activities in China and French Indo-China, 1943-1944, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#07398]
      Minutes of an American, British, and Chinese conference on clandestine and
      quasi-military activities, and related records, January 1945, 15 pp. [WN#08651]
      Memorandum on the operation of Thai group through China, December 21, 1944,
      2 pp. [WN#08655]
      Records concerning the OSS Mission to Holland, including financial agreements
      and records of the MELANIE Mission, 1944 – 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#08656 –
      WN#08695, WN#08739, WN#08750, and WN#02428]
      Report on the SIOUX Mission, “which is really the MO outpost in Stockholm,”
      from March 15 – September 1, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#08699]
      Progress Report on MO Branch in ETO, December 21, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#08705]
      Weekly Reports of MO Unit, G-2, SSS, February 13 and March 3, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#08707 and WN#08710]
      Records relating to Jesus Leizaola, December 1944 – June 1945, 12 pp.
      [WN#08721]
      Records relating to CALPO, ca. December 1944 – April 1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#08727]
      Records relating to DGER, ca. December 1944 – July 1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#08729 – WN#08738]
      Report of inspection of OSS field detachments, ETO, December 7, 1944, 10 pp.
      [WN#08742]

198   Draft history of the OSS Maritime Unit, European Theater of Operations, n.d., 10
      pp. [WN#08859]
      Summary history of Allied Aid to French Resistance, n.d., 24 pp. Covers the
      period up to October 1944 [WN#08861]

199   Reports and other records of OSS activities in Burma, including information on
      individual agents and missions, ca. January 1944 – May 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#09501 – WN#09522]
      Report on the first six month’s activities of the London Branch of R&D, January
      1, 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#07447]
       Records from the India Burma Theater relating to individual personnel and other
      matters, ca. April – September 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#07449 – WN#07453]
      Records relating to SI Mission MELANIE, involving the use of Dutch agents,
      November 1944 and May 1945, 10 pp. [WN#07454 – WN#07455]
      Records from Holland relating to SI projects, including Team PETER; Missions
      DELAWARE and FLORIDA; names and addresses of potential sources and
      agents; and other records relating to individual agents and their missions; ca.
      August 1944 – July 1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#07456 - WN#07463]

200   Activity report of SI Branch, Istanbul, Turkey, August 4, 1944; references to
      German-Turkish relations, attack on Hitler, refugees, the Dogwood intelligence
      chain –Dogwood was a Czech engineer who became chief agent of the Cereus
      Circle of elderly well-connected individuals resident in Istanbul [WN#08763 and
      WN# 08775]
      Rosters of OSS personnel in Istanbul, Turkey, 1942-1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#08765]
      SSU Report on members of the Government in French Indo-China, November 7,
      1945, 3 pp. Provides biographical sketches including Ho Chi Minh, M. Vo
      Nguyen Giap, and Nguyen Van To among others. [WN#08792]
      SSU Report on French Indo-China dealing with relations between Vietming and
      the French from March 9, 1945 until the Japanese surrender, November 2, 1945, 3
      pp. [WN#08793]
      SSU Report on French Indo-China regarding the history and political movements
      of Vietnam, November 17, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#08794]
      SSU Report on the situation in South Vietnam, November 19, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#08795]
      Report on Chinese opinion on Nationalist developments in Indonesia during
      Japanese rule, December 21, 1945; references to Soekarno (sic) and fascist nature
      of nationalism developed under the Japanese [WN#08804]
      Reports on the situation in Burma, February 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#08806-
      WN#08812, Folder 6]
      Information on Albania, 1943-1944 [WN#08813]
      Report of the activities of the Toledo Mission to Yugoslavia, September 25, 1944,
      15 pp. References to Tito, the partisans, destruction of property by the Germans
      and Ustashi and organized slaughters. Report notes that the Ustashi “are marked
      men whose atrocities have placed them outside the pale.” Also noted that
      partisans slaughtered Ustashi when they are captured [WN#08825].
      Memo regarding relations with Tito, September 23, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#08828]
      Reports on activities in Romania, September-November 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#07578]
      X-2 Counter Espionage Summary, ca. May 1945, 8 pp. [WN#07589]

201   Records from London, England relating to agent training course B-2, ca. February
      – March 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#08584]
      Minutes of meetings and other records from London, England relating to Panel
      “A,” August 1944 – March 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#08585 – WN#08586]
      Minutes or Notes on Script Conference Covering Work of CHSP(P) Clarence
      Moran, Field Photo Branch, November 24, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#08587]
      Reports and other records from South Africa, ca. January – March 1944, ca. 250
      pp. [WN#08588]

202   Information on Union of South Africa, 1943-1944, ca. 400 pp. [WN#08589]

203   Information supplied by, and relating to, people knowledgeable about Japan,
      Indo-China, Manchuria, Formosa, the Netherlands East Indies, and the Philippine
      Islands, ca. 1943 – 1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#07480 – WN#07485]
      Student and Training records from the Polish Section relating to the EAGLE
      Project, February – March 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#07987]
      Memorandum giving a brief description of the Toulouse unit of the Aquitaine,
      France Mission, April 12, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#07992]
      Weekly operational reports of the Aquitaine Mission, Pyrenees Section, March 11
      and 18, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#07993 – WN#07994]
      Memorandum from Allen Dulles, Chief, OSS Mission to Germany, discussing
      requirements for landing military aircraft in Switzerland, July 29, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#07995]
      Memorandum to Allen Dulles discussing liaison matters “with the British and
      French sister services,” June 7, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#07996]
      Memorandum discussing the proposed FRANZ Mission, to recruit prospective
      long-range radio operators, observers, and organizers in various army sectors,
      February 25, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#07997]
      Memorandum discussing OSS cooperation with G-5 in Germany, May 2, 1945, 2
      pp. [WN#07999 and WN#09001]
      Memorandum about proposals for recruiting and training German nationals “as
      secret agents” during the occupation period, March 24, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#08000]
      Report on an MO mission to Florence, Italy, to recruit German POWs October 16,
      1944, 4 pp. [WN#08000]
      Pouch Letter No. 26 to Paris, France, with information relating to the “Guy”
      [Robert Neuhof] Chain in Spain, December 8, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#09003]
      Report from Paris on MEDUSA Agents (Madrid Chains) reported as arrested by
      the Germans and sent to Germany, May 7, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#09006]
      Memorandum relating to a survey of SFHQ airlift requirements within and to
      Sweden, May 5, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#09007]
      Memorandum describing the past work and current mission of “Filip,” [Lt.
      Kazimierz Kraczkiewicz of the Polish Army], December 7, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#09008]. His next assignment was to work on the establishment of a chain of
      secret mailboxes in Switzerland.
      Memorandum on an air lift for special operations to Stockholm, Sweden, March
      18, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#09009]
      Cable discussing dropping supplies into Norway from Sweden, December 15,
      1944, 2 pp. [WN#09010]
      Records describing French interference with operations in Val d’Aosta, Italy,
      February - March 1945, 14 pp. [WN#09012 – WN#09016]

204   Records relating to Operation AIREDALE, to use Spanish Basques “for an SO
      Branch controlled short-range ‘coup de main’ sabotage project,” November 1944
      – May 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#09011]
      Records relating to OSS relations with CALPO (Comite de l’Allemagne Libre
      pour l’Quest), the French Office of Free Germany Committee, ca. October 1944 –
      March 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#09018]
      Records relating to unvouchered personnel and contracts of the Foreign
      Nationalities Branch, ca. 1945, 20 pp. [WN#09019 – WN#09020]
      List of personnel assigned to the London Labor Desk, August 14, 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#09021]
      Records of the Caserta, Italy Communications Branch, ca. October 1944 – June
      1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#09022 – WN#09036]. The records include communications
      debriefing reports.
      Records relating to Operation SAUERKRAUT, to recruit German POW’s to
      provide intelligence information, ca. June 1944 - November 1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#09037 –WN#09051]. The records include correspondence, contracts, and
      personnel records.
      Reports from South Africa, ca. August 1942 – June 1943, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#08593]

205   Information on Rumania, August 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#08629]
      Letter from Henry Hyde to Robert Joyce of the American Legation, Switzerland,
      June 9, 1945, 3 pp. Relates primarily to events and activities in Switzerland
      [WN#08606]
      Memo regarding meeting with Brig. Gen. C. P. Cabell, Director of Operations and
      Intelligence, AFHQ, September 22, 1944, 3 pp. Mostly pertains to allied POWs
      and 133 American bombers in Switzerland [WN#08631]
      Report entitled “The Story of Cornflakes, Pig Iron and Sheet Iron,” prepared by
      MO-MEDTO 1944; 13 pp. with appendix of photographs [WN#08628]
      Information on China and Chinese communists, 1945, ca. 60 pp. [WN#09118-
      WN#09119]

206   Reports of SI, various desks (e.g., Greek, Yugoslav, CD, R & A, Czech, Labor),
      January-October, 1944, ca. 275 pp. [WN#09123]
      Information on OSS Mission to Rumania, September-October, 1944, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#09126-WN#09150]
      Monthly report of SI activities, OSS Chunking Unit, June 28, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#09175]
      Progress report of Far East Division, SI Branch, June 1945, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#09177]
      Information on Eagle Plan for operations in Korea, March-October 1945, ca. 200
      pp. [WN#09175]
      Information on Albania, 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#09195]

207   Memoranda from the India Burma Theater discussing Dutch resistance to
      American intelligence teams, August 29 and September 4, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#07486 – WN#07487]
      Mission to France, SI Branch progress report No. 11, July 31, 1945, 11 pp.
      [WN#07488]
      Paris, France, X-2 Branch monthly progress report, September 1945, 11 pp.
      [WN#07489]
      77th SCI Detachment bi-monthly report, September 30, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#07490]
      Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, Section “E,” weekly operational reports, March 4
      and 5, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#07491]
      Memorandum of agreement between Political Warfare Executive (PWE), Office
      of War Information (OWI), OSS, and Joint Intelligence Collection Agency
      Middle East (JICAME), relating to operations in the Balkans, January 19, 1944, 2
      pp. [WN#07492]
      Report Received From Wix, British Head of Allied Military Mission at
      Mihailovitch HQ, November 7, 1943, 13 pp. [WN#07493]
      Caserta, Italy, SO Branch, records relating to operations and projected operations
      ANNIE, ROBROY, APPOMATOX/MELE, STAGECOACH, JOSEPHINE,
      ROBERTA, and VANDA, ca. June 1944 – April 1945, ca. 70 pp. [WN#07494 –
      WN#07500]
      China MO Branch file relating to the possibility of using Wataru Kaji, President
      of the League of Establishing Democratic Japan, to carry out subversive
      propaganda against Japanese troops, ca. February – October 1945, ca. 40 pp.
      [WN#08206]
      SI (INDIV.) weekly report from China, September 6, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#08207]
      Report on the organization, personnel, and functions of the SI Reports Division in
      London, England, ca. June – August, 1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#08210]
      London, England, SI, copies of Special Orders on the assignment of personnel,
      relating mainly to the mission to the Netherlands, August 1 and October 9, 1945,
      17 pp. [WN#08211 – WN#08218]
      Memorandum requesting closer collaboration with Czech Intelligence, March 3,
      1945, 3 pp. [WN#08226]
      London, England SI Branch file on “Czech Personalities,” ca. January 1944 –
      March 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#08235]
      Reports, correspondence, and other records of European Labor Research, ca.
      August 1942 – May 1944, ca. 250 pp. [WN#08236 – WN#08300 and WN#10701
      – WN#010713]
      Caserta Italy, SO Branch records on Operation FAYETVILLE/MARGOT, July
      1944 – March 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#09704]. Included are reports that the
      Commandant of Venice was ready to negotiate the surrender of German troops in
      Italy.
       Caserta Italy, SO Branch records on Operation SEQUOIA/ITALIA, ca. May -
      December 1944, 50 pp. [WN#09714]. Included are reports by Italian partisan
      leader, and later film director, Italo Morandi, a.k.a. Bruno Vailati.

208   Report on Team Fawn in China, July 20, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#09229]
      Report of CD Operating Procedures, ETO, January 1, 1945, ca. 50 pp; includes
      photographs [WN#09249]

209   Reports on activities in Romania, September-October 1944 [WN#8999-
      WN#09000]

210   Information on Mission to Tito, 1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#09624]
      Memo regarding project for activities in Greece after liberation, March 3, 1944, 7
      pp. [WN#09640]
      Memo regarding British attitudes in Burma, June 27, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#09661]
      Information on OSS in Thailand and dealings with the British, 1943-1945, ca. 50
      pp. [WN#09675]
      Memo on the Oyster Project, May 22, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#10304]
      Diary of a 4,000 mile reconnaissance through the 3rd War Zone in China, March
      16-April 20, 1944, 25 pp. [WN#10325]
      Numerous reports on Belgian Congo, 1942-1943, ca. 125 pp. [WN#10331]
      Numerous reports on West Africa, 1941-1943, ca. 125 pp. [WN#10332]

211   Correspondence and related records of the Field Service Officer, Company “B,”
      2677th Regiment (Prov.), ca. February 1944 – March 1945, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#09530 and WN#09531]
      Report on SOE activities in the Balkans, May 24, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#09535]
      Report on the British Intelligence Service and Foreign Office on Mihailovich and
      the Partisans [in Yugoslavia], April 28, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#09536]
      Information on OSS-SOE relations and agreements, 1943, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#09537 – WN#09541]
      Weekly reports of OSS, US Army Forces, Middle East, May-August 1943, ca. 40
      pp. [WN#09544 – WN#009547]
      Report of the Registry Officer, OSS-ME, January – June 1944, 3 pp. [WN#09548]
      Report of the Labor Desk, OSS-ME, January – June 1944, 3 pp. [WN#09549]
      Report of the SI Branch, Istanbul, Turkey, November 30, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#09550]
      Report of the X-2 Branch, Istanbul, Turkey, August 31, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#09551]
      Report of the Athens, Greece Mission, August 1945, 11 pp. [WN#09552]
      Reports of the Research and Analysis Branch, NETO and METO, including a
      report of a trip to Syria, 1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#09553]
      Report of the OSS Istanbul, Turkey Mission, July 1-31, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#09554]
      Memo on organization of OSS/SEAC, November 30, 1944, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#09559 and WN#09563]
      Minutes of General Donovan’s meeting with the heads of the clandestine services,
      January 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#09560]
      Memorandum on the Calcutta, India base, June 9, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#09561]
      Memo on functions of SI Branch in New Delhi, India, October 22, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#09568]
      Roster of OSS [Detachment 404] personnel in Ceylon, December 24, 1944, 7 pp.
      [WN#09582]
      History of the Recruiting and Liaison Section, IBT, and related records, April
      1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#09591]
      Chronological History of the OSS in the CBI, July 20, 1943, 15 pp. [WN#09592]
      Letter to General Donovan describing developments in OSS South East Asia,
      January 27, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#09593]
      Letter describing the creation of the “P” Division, to coordinate special operations
      in the SEAC Theater, March 14, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#09595]
      Report on OSS-Office of War Information activities in the India-Burma Theater,
      December 15, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#09596]
      Memorandum with information on radio projects for North China, Mary 14, 1945,
      2 pp. [WN#09903]
      Letter to General Donovan with information on projects for North China, and
      other matters, November 9, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#09907]
      Correspondence and other records of Quentin Roosevelt, Chief, SI, Chungking,
      China, ca. April – August 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#09908 and WN#09912]
      OSS, Central Command, SI Branch weekly report for August 27 – September 2,
      1945, 2 pp. [WN#09911]

212   Reports on activities in Romania, November 1944-July 1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#08879-WN#08880]
      OSS Istanbul, Turkey correspondence, August-November 1944, ca. 12 pp.
      Includes SI Branch Activities Report for August 1944. This report references
      rupture in Turkish-German relations, defecting enemy agents, liquidation of the
      Dogwood Organization, Turkish Secret Police, Rumania and Bulgaria, relations
      with the British, and the unsatisfactory OWI-OSS relationship. [WN#08882]

213   Caserta, Italy, SO Branch records on Operations PIA, LUPO, GRAVES-
      PREWARRIOR-(CHICAGO I), ENZO, and GIGI, ca. November 1944 – January
      1946, ca. 250 pp. [WN#09757 – WN#09761]
      The Story of the Sauerkrauts, describing the program to have German POWs
      distribute MO material to German soldiers, May 1945, ca. 50 pp. (2 copies)
      [WN#09052]
      Report from Burma on the recent activities of the AFPFL and their difficulties
      with the National Revolutionary Party, August 10, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#09053]
      HQ, C.A.S. (B) Intelligence, HQ 12th Army SEAC, Weekly Intelligence
      Summary No. 90, July 28, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#09053]
      Report on the Chinese Kuomingtan Organization in Rangoon, Burma, August 10,
      1945, 2 pp. [WN#09054]
      Report on the activities of the Nanking puppet government in Burma since 1939,
      August 10, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#09055]
      Survey of Foreign Experts report on the Celebes Sea Area, March 31, 1944, 10
      pp. [WN#09056]
      Report on MO Activities as relative to Incidents with Force 136, April 1945, ca.
      30 pp. [WN#09057]
      Reports from the Arakan, Burma Field Unit, January – February 1945, ca. 25 pp.
      [WN#09058 – WN#009061]
      Memorandum transmitting Karen leader San Po Thin’s statement upon the
      occupation of Bassein, Burma, May 22, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#09062]
      Records relating to the entry of clandestine personnel into Ceylon, January – May
      1944, 5 pp. [WN#06064]
      Records relating to attempts to recruit smugglers to be used for SI purposes in
      Burmese ports or waters, ca. December 1943 – September 1944, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#06065]
      Memorandum from India relating to Dutch plans for the Netherlands East Indies,
      March8, 1944, 1 p. [WN#06066]
214   South East Asian Command and India Burma Theater records relating to the
      recruitment or other employment of POWs and detainees, ca. September 1944 –
      August 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#08634 – WN#08638]

215   Report of SI Branch, China Theater, May 9, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#09852]
      Records relating to Thailand, ca. 1941 – 1946, ca. 300 pp. [WN#00584
      (beginning)]

216   Records relating to Thailand, including the Free Thai Movement, ca. 1941 – 1946,
      ca. 300 pp. [WN#00584 (conclusion)]
      Caserta, Italy, SO Branch records on Operations “DINGO”/MARINA and
      SOPHIE, ROCHESTER, POPEYE, STURZO, and ELECTRA/ODETTE ca. 300
      pp. [WN#09718 – WN#09722]

217   Caserta, Italy, SO Branch records on Operations BUDWEISER (BEER),
      SCHENLY (VICTORY), GRANDAD (CECCO), PARTRIDGE, PENANCE
      (HALO), RUPPERTS, SEQUOIA, and STOUT, ca. November 1944 – May 1945,
      ca. 500 pp. [WN#09723 – WN#09730]. The records from Operation SEQUOIA
      include records relating to Italian partisan leader, and later film director, Italo
      Morandi, a.k.a. Bruno Vailati.
      Report from the Italian Section, SI, MEDAD Area, giving directions for the
      organization and conduct of guerillas, February 21, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#08850]
      List of British intelligence services in East Asia, November 25, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#09804]
      Records relating to requests for documents and clothing for missions in the India
      Burma Theater and South East Asia, ca. September 1944 – April 1945, ca. 100
      pp. [WN#09805 – WN#09817]
      Report on procedures for the use of “Joan and Eleanor” Communications in
      reporting intelligence,” July 26, 1945, 30 pp. [WN#09818]
      Preliminary Report from the South East Asian Command on Rebecca-Eureka in
      S.D. squadrons and Force 136, August 19, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#09819]
      Message discussing personal issues preventing intelligence gathered on the coast
      of China from quickly reaching HQ, Pacific Fleet and Australia, August 31, 1944,
      3 pp. [WN#09820]
      Memorandum to all X-2 China field stations discussing the need to improve the
      quality of reports, May 29, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#09821]
      Memorandum providing background information for X-2 activities in Kweilin,
      China, March 25, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#09822]
      Memorandum on British Intelligence Services in China, January 5, 1944, 18 pp.
      [WN#09823]
      Memorandum on the operation of the Post Mercury newspaper in Chungking,
      China, November 30, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#09824]
      Preliminary report of observations made by 1st Lt. James H. Hart which are
      incidental to his ARMRAIDER mission, as told to Chief, SI, Chungking, August
      20, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#09825]
      Memorandum on SI policy in Thailand, November 3, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#09826]
      British Security Coordination progress reports from Stations XV and XVA, with
      items of use and interest to SI, August 1943, 12 pp. [WN#09827]
       Memoranda to the Director, OSS relating to SI projects, activities, and operations
      in South East Asia, August 1944 – January 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#09829 –
      WN#09834]
      Lists of code identification of agents and sub-agents from SI, India Burma
      Theater, March 14, 1945, 4 p. [WN#09836]

218   Report on cooperation with the British Office (B.S.C.), August 24, 1942, ca. 15
      pp. [WN#09454]
      Report on the British Security Coordinator (BSC), January 18, 1943, 14 pp.
      [WN#09457]
      Memorandum discussing the security advantages and disadvantages of the George
      Project’s cover as the Western Continents Corporation, August 16, 1943, 3 pp.
      [WN#09460]
      Economic intelligence report on Otto Osterloh & Cia and Otto Osterloh of Chile,
      June 13, 1945, 5 p. [WN#09463]
      Memo on suspected Jetsam activities of Gunther Wagner A.G. June 21, 1945, 5
      pp. [WN#09464]
      Information on OSS activities in China, 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#09465-
      WN#09471]
      Caserta, Italy, SO Branch records relating to the DETACH (Rosi), PIEL,
      GUINNESS, WINCHELL, and VELIS (Detect; Teachers) Missions, ca.
      December 1944 – May 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#09762 – WN#09766]
      X-2 reports concerning Italy, including reports relating to the Vatican, ca. 1944,
      ca. 100 pp. [WN#09767 - WN#09769]
      Memorandum on Far East Project 22 and Dutch East Indies operations, October
      29, 1943, 9 pp. [WN#09839]

219   X-2 reports on Slovenia, ca. 1944, ca. 60 pp. [WN#09770]
      Italian field stations, communications debriefing reports, May – June 1945, ca. 75
      pp. [WN#09772]
      Caserta, Italy, SO Branch records relating to the BLATZ (Larry), PABST, LARK
      (Old Tina), VANDA, LOUISE (Marcucci), JUNEAU (Giants), and La Salle
      (Nembo) Missions, ca. April - May 1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#09731 - WN#09737]

220   Caserta, Italy, SO Branch records on Operations MELE, MARGOT,
      SUNNYBROOK (TINA – New), JAMISON (RENO-HOPE), TEXAS
      (CHICAGO), PILSNER (PARADISO), NAPOLI (TIGERS), EAGLE, and O-11,
      ca. March 1944 – April 1946, ca. 600 pp. [WN#09738 – WN#09744 and
      WN#09778 – WN#09779]
       Kandy, Ceylon coded messages sent and received, ca. January – May 1945, ca.
      150 pp. [WN#09780]. A few of the messages include the decoded text. The
      records include a list of abbreviations to be used in radio communications.
      Memorandum from the India Burma Theater discussing the need for a Standard
      Operating Procedure (SOP) for collaborating movement of agents, March 10,
      1945, 1 pp. [WN#09783]
      Survey report of training centers in Colombo, Ceylon, March 17, 1945, 8 pp.
      [WN#09784]

221   Labor situation in Belgium, 1942 [WN#09798]
      Labor situation in Sweden, 1942 [WN#09800]
      Information on Germans in Sweden, 1943-1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#10551]
      Economic, Social, Political Situation in Denmark, 1942 [WN#10552]
      Reports on activities of the OSS New York Office, April 1944-April 1945, ca. 50
      pp. [WN#00588]

222   Background information on the George Project; established June 6, 1942 for the
      purpose of securing from sources abroad secret information. George Project
      located in New York City under the cover of the Western Continents Corporation
      [WN#09478]

223   Report by the X-2 Branch, SSU, May 1946, “Penetration of OSS by Foreign
      Intelligence Services,” 67 pp. [WN#09894]

224   Reports on Chemical Warfare, 1943 [WN#09745]

225   Lecture outlines for SI Advanced Training used up to January 1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#09473]
      Secret War Diaries for China Theatre, 1943, ca. 200 pp. [WN#09932]

226   Secret Intelligence Field Manual – Strategic Services (Provisional), March 22,
      1944, 43 pp. [WN#09936]
      Syllabi and course outlines relating to intelligence matters, ca. April 1943 –
      January 1945, ca. 500 pp. [WN#09938 and WN#09420 – WN#09421]
      Memoranda relating to Scandinavian Projects V – VIII, “in the process of
      development,” January 30, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#09415]
      Correspondence and other records of the Africa Section with Frazar & Company,
      ca. July 1942 – June 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#09416]
      Training Scheme reports, ca. August 1944 – January 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#09422]
      London, England records relating to agents, ca. 1943 – 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#09423 (beginning)]

227   Report of Roger Lanze, radio operation with the Chestnut Operation, May 20,
      1945, ca. 20 pp. Report covers his mission, capture, and captivity, 1943-1944. He
      notes that at Dachau concentration camp “one of the favorite distractions of the
      SS consisted of throwing a Jewish or Communist prisoner into the concrete mixer
      while he was still living. The man was crushed to death and poured out with the
      concrete.” He mentions Dachau’s gas chambers. At another camp the prisoners
      were punished at night. These punishments were, he states, “attended by the
      German civilians, as their nightly diversion.” In discussing Nazi cruelty he stated
      that “the German people were well aware of the system. They knew and until the
      last moment aided the Nazis. They were the accomplices either in direct help or
      moral aid. All the prisoners who attempted to escape were recaptured by the
      denunciation of German civilians. Crimes were committed before their eyes and
      caused no revulsion or interference” [WN#07596]

228   Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to agents, ca. November 1944 – April
      1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#07599]
      List of Spanish [SI?] agents, ca. October 1944, 1 pp. [WN#07600]
      IBT and SEAC records relating to present SI personnel and possible recruits, ca.
      February 1944 – July 1945, ca. 35 pp, [WN#09951 – WN#09962]
      Records relating to the SI training of Malayan troops, ca. April – December 1944,
      ca. 50 pp. [WN#09963]
      Records relating to Surinam SI recruits, ca. October 1943 – September 1945, ca.
      100 pp. [WN#09964]
      List of former Spanish Republican intelligence agents exiled to Oran, Algeria,
      May 11, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#10401]
      Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to safe houses, ca. December 1944 –
      March 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#10402]
      Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to allotments, ca. April – December
      1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#10403]

229   Correspondence with 7404 regarding Scandinavia, April-September 1944, ca. 100
      pp. [WN#09987]

230   London, England, Special Funds records, including records relating to the Bomzo
      and Bovril Teams, ca. November 1944 – August 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#10006 –
      WN#10011]
      Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to Operations ANZIO, EVE, FEDALA,
      FIFI, and FOX TROT, ca. November 1944 – May 1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#09855
      – WN#09859]

231   Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to Operations FRANCIS,
      GALLAGHER-MISTER, GEORGE-A, GRIZZLY, LAHAUT (Marie),
      HAMILTON (Nelson), HARE/SEA HORSE (Marcel), JEANNOT, NUTS,
      JIGGS, LORRAINE (Jojo), and SON (Dennis), ca. January – May 1945, ca. 800
      pp. [WN#09860 – WN#09871]

232   Hundreds of reports on conditions in France, 1941-1942 [WN#09941-
      WN#09944]

233   Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to Operations SWING (Ada),
      SAMSON (Elsa), SEQUOIA (Dede), SHERWOOD (Robert), SLAM (Peter),
      KING (Ferdenand), JOSHUA, and LYON, ca. December 1944 – May 1945, ca.
      350 pp. [WN#09872 - WN#09875, WN#10151 – WN#10155, and WN#10157]
      Seventh Army, SI Branch operations records received from Station “P,”
      December 1944 – February 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#10156]
      Reports relating to conditions in France, September – December 1941, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#09939 – WN#09940]

234   Four memos on various topics from William J. Donovan to the President,
      December 1941-January 1942 [WN#10214-WN#10217]

235   Reports on commercial and economic matters in Europe and Japan from the
      Survey of Foreign Experts, ca. 1943-1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#10227 – WN#10239]
      Cairo, Egypt, SI Branch records relating to projects in the Near East, ca. February
      1944 – November 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#10240 – WN#10241]
      Records relating to the proposed creation of a joint US – Chinese intelligence
      office, the Far Eastern Research Institute, to collect information from Japanese
      residents in the Shanghai, China area, ca. February – March 1946, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#10242]
      Cairo, Egypt, SI Branch, Labor Section records, including a report on trade
      unionism in the Middle East, ca. February 1944 – January 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#10247 – WN#10249]
      Memorandum on Istanbul, Turkey missions and future Bulgarian activities,
      August 24, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#10250]
      Report on the British wireless communication station in Turkey, January 23,
      [1942?], 6 pp. [WN#11155]
      Memorandums discussing SI operations in Istanbul, Turkey, April and June,
      1945, 8 pp. [WN#11158 and WN#11164]
      London, England, SI Branch records relating to personnel, including agent names,
      pseudonyms, and addresses, ca. 1944, ca. 200 pp. [WN#09323 – WN#09324]

236   Recommendations for decorations and medals for personnel serving in MEDTO,
      ca. June – August 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#09325]

237   Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to Operations LULU (Carlos),
      ARROW (John), RABBIT (Patrick), RALEIGH (Walter I), SALLY, CONTE
      (Jacques), PERNOD (Joe), DOOR/ACE (Klaus), CYCLONE (Charlie), QUEEN
      (Willie), and NIGHTMARE, ca. January – May 1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#07826
      (beginning)

238   Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to Operations ISABELLA (Mrs.),
      MIMI, MORRIS/TOBACCO (Phil), TRIANON (Douglas), TROUBADOR,
      FRANCISCO, PUENTE A, SAINT JAMES II, ADAM, TOBOGGAN (Joseph),
      CLEANER (Max), and AVALANCHE (Eric), ca. January 1944 – May 1945, ca.
      800 pp. [WN#07826 (conclusion) – WN#07827 (beginning)]
239   Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to Operations BIDON, VERDURAZ
      (Commandant Bernard), COCO (Antonius), ST. FERDINAND, SOCRATES
      (Santiago Sala), PUENTE I (Jean Felipe), WALDORF (Mark),
      WALTZ/MESSKIT (Jeannette), and other operations, agents, and topics,
      including scrubbed missions, ca. May 1944 – August 1945, ca. 800 pp.
      [WN#07827 (conclusion) – WN#07828 (beginning)]

240   Seventh Army, SI Branch records relating to Operations TROY and VACUUM,
      ca. December 1944 – June 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#07828 (conclusion)]
      London, England, SO Branch records, ca. June 1942 – September 1945, ca. 400
      pp. [WN#10078 – WN#10095 (beginning)]. Topics include collaboration between
      British SOE and American SO; operations in North Africa, Norway, Sweden, and
      other countries; expenditure justifications; personnel assigned to the
      WESTFIELD Mission; agent recruitment; and awards and decorations.

241   London, England, SO Branch records relating to awards and decorations, ca. May
      – September 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#10095 (conclusion)]
      Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to agents, ca. October 1944 – July 1945,
      ca. 300 pp. [WN#010096 – 10102]
      Reports on conditions in Finland, 1942, ca. 30 pp. [WN#10505]

242   Hundreds of oral interview reports, February 1942 – January 1943, on conditions
      in Europe, Asia, and Africa [WN#10512-WN#10513]
      New York, SI Branch records relating to Sweden, ca. October 1942 – July 1943,
      ca. 40 pp. [WN#10521]
      New York, SI Branch records relating to Switzerland, ca. September – December
      1942, ca. 40 pp. [WN#10522]

243   Special Funds records relating to the SUSSEX, TWILIGHT, WESTFIELD, and
      other Projects, ca. October 1944 – November 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#09343 -
      WN#09346]
      Letter describing Axis activity in South America, May 4, 1942, 8 pp.
      [WN#09347]
      Notes of a meeting between General Donovan, Allen Dulles, and others regarding
      ETO activities, January 4, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#09348]
      Spanish SI Desk report July 15-July 31, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#09368]
      Information on Austrians and Austrian activity and “Free Germany” activities in
      Rome, Italy, 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#09369]
      Italian Division, SI Branch records relating to the FIG Mission to Germany, ca.
      February – November 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#09386]
      London, England, SI Branch semi-monthly reports, January, February, and July
      1944, ca. 35 pp. [WN#09387 – WN#09389]
      Report on Americans in American companies in Britain, December 19, 1942, 9
      pp. [WN#09398]
      Organization and Functions of No. 2 I (U) Section and Note on the “SUSSEX”
      Plan, June 12, 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#09399]
244   Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to agents, including recommendations
      for awards and a history of the intelligence service known as “45-A,” which
      operated in the Bordeaux region, ca. October 1944 – October 1946, ca. 75 pp.
      [WN#10407]
      Memo regarding possible covers for operations in China, 1946-1947, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#10408]
      List of secret agents of the U.S. Secret Service in Shanghai, China, April 11,
      1946, 4 pp. [WN#10408]
      X-2 Branch, China Theater, report on American intelligence activities in
      Manchuria, March 5, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#10408]
      Copy of newsletter “The Cloak and Dagger,” published by the Chinese Combat
      Command, Vol. 1 No. 2, August 1945, 28 pp. [WN#10408]
      OSS China Theater intelligence liaison operational report, September 29 thru
      October 4, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#10408]
      Memos regarding counter-intelligence mission and objectives for CIC [Army
      Counter Intelligence Corps] and SSU, China Theater, February 6, 1946 and
      March 12, 1946, 6 pp. [WN#10409 (1 of 2)]
      SEATIC Consolidated Interrogation Report No. 75, November 9, 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      Much of the report deals with the Japanese Special Services Department and
      Japanese intelligence and counter-intelligence activities in China [WN#10409 (1
      of 2)]
      Memo regarding CIC and X-2 Relationship in China Theater, July 31, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#10409 (1 of 2)]
      Report on special counter-intelligence detachments, X-2, OSS, ETO, January 18,
      1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#10409 (1 of 2)]
      Numerous memos regarding CIC and X-2 relationships and activities in the China
      Theater, 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#10409 (2 of 2)]
      Memorandum on Swiss matters, including possible payments to the Italian
      Government of Ivanoe Bonomi, November 25, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#10414]
      List of established contacts for political and economic intelligence in the Rome,
      Italy area, October 2, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#10418]
      Chronological file, and other records, of the Survey of Foreign Experts, ca. April
      1943 – July 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#10253]

245   Records relating to the Survey of Foreign Experts, including correspondence with
      the Foreign Economic Administration, ca. January 1943 – August 1945, ca. 800
      pp. [WN#10254 – WN#10278, and WN#10524]
      List of professional personnel of the Office of Economic Warfare Analysis of the
      Board of Economic Warfare, February 23, 1943, 22 pp. [WN#10277]

246   Correspondence and memoranda relating to the Survey of Foreign Experts, ca.
      July 1943 – August 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#10525 – WN#10541]
      Records from Athens, Greece relating to the fate of the crew and cargo of the
      schooner (caique) Gloria, ca. March 1945 – April 1947, ca. 40 pp. [WN#10542]
      Records from Athens, Greece relating to claims arising from the British sinking of
      the schooner (caique) Irini, ca. July 1944 – April 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#10543]
      Report on the Greek resistance group, ELAS, July 2, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#10544]
      Athens, Greece, SI Branch records relating to personnel, ca. December 1943 –
      March 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#10545 – WN#10550 and WN#10601 –
      WN#10608]
      Records from Burma relating to students, ca. November 1944 – April 1945, ca.
      150 pp. [WN#10609 and WN#10613]
      Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to personnel, ca. 1945, ca. 75 pp.
      [WN#10103 – WN#10104]

247   Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to personnel, including members of the
      Medusa chain, ca. December 1944 – January 1947, ca. 200 pp. and one roll of
      35mm microfilm, [WN#10105 – WN#10107]

248   Reports on conditions in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark,
      France, Germany, and several other countries, 1941-1942 [WN#10333-
      WN#10343]

249   Records relating to the Survey of Foreign Experts, including records relating to
      Japanese electric railways and streetcars (the G Project), ca. November 1942 –
      December 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#10279 – WN#10299]
      Detachment 101, list of personnel awarded the Bronze Star to the Asiaitic [sic]
      Pacific Theater Ribbon, May 6, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#10300]
      Rosters for OSS India Burma Theater of Operations, February-May 1945, ca. 200
      pp. [WN#10346]
      Description of the ANZIO Mission to gather military intelligence in Germany,
      February 13, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#10653]
      London, England, Special Funds Branch records, mainly relating to the EAGLE
      Project to recruit and train Polish agents, ca. July 1944 – September 1945, ca. 400
      pp. [WN#10654 – WN#10657 (beginning)]

250   Information regarding rescue of allied airmen from Switzerland, 1944
      [WN#00594]
      Bern, Switzerland OSS correspondence, February-May 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#12001-WN#12003]
      Correspondence regarding the Office of Censorship Watch List, 1943, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#12005]
      X-2 Branch Washington memos and correspondence regarding operations,
      activities, organization, and administration matters, 1943-1944, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#12006-WN#12007]

251   Monthly Progress Reports of X-2 India Burma Theater of Operations, May-June
      1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#10349]
      Monthly report of MU/IB-SEAC, May 31, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#10352]

252   Bi-Monthly Reports of the Italian S.I. Desk Forward, September 1944-April 1945
      [WN#10628]
253   London, England cables relating to Special Funds, ca. October 1943 – July 1945,
      ca. 75 pp. [WN#010951 – WN#10962]
      The Philps Concern, a report on the N.V. Philips Gloeilampenfabrieken company
      of the Netherlands, which was “in a position to do harm to the United Nations”
      because of its Nazi and fascist ties, ca. August 1943, 2 volumes, ca. 600 pp.
      [WN#10959 – WN#10960]

254   Memo regarding Swiss matters, November 24, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#10125]
      Message regarding possible postwar clandestine intelligence system, Oct.10,
      1944, 1 p. [WN#10142]
      Correspondence dealing with Italy, January-May 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#10924]

255   London, England, Special Funds Branch, Labor Division financial records
      relating to the FAUST Project, 1944 - 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#10756 –
      WN#10758, and WN#10760]
      Political reports relating to France and Germany, including information on the
      members and activities of CALPO and DGER, ca. 1945 – 1946, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#10925]
      Reports concerning British Intelligence activities in China, ca. December 1944 –
      May 1947, ca. 150 pp. [WN#10926 – WN#10927]
      Memo discussing the German Military Mission in China, July 8, 1943, ca. 10 pp.
      [WN#10929]
      Information on OSS relations with the Department of State, December 1944, ca.
      60 pp. [WN#10930 and WN#10934]
      Memos regarding Department of State cooperation with the Central Intelligence
      Group (CIG), August – October 1946, 8 pp. [WN#10931 and WN#10932]
      Memorandum to the FBI relating to the respective fields of jurisdiction of the
      OSS X-2 representative and the Legal Attaché in Madrid, Spain, December 23,
      1944, 3 pp. [WN#10933]
      Report on relations of X-2, Spain, with the Embassy, SI, FBI, and BPCO, June
      28, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#10935]
      Memorandum on understanding between the Embassy and OSS in Spain,
      November 3, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#10936]
      Monthly Report of Detachment 101 (CBI) for October 31 – November 30, 1944,
      ca. 30 pp. [WN#11102]. Includes a history of the Detachment.
      Report from the Russian Zone of Czechoslovakia by Agent “Walter,” June 1945,
      ca. 6 pp. [WN#11104]
      Memorandum on the HAMMERHEAD Mission (Rumanian team), August 5,
      1944, 2 pp. [WN#11112]
      Two memos regarding the Rumanian Minister to the Holy See, June 20-21, 1944,
      4 pp. References to the Pope’s rules about diplomats using the Vatican Radio
      Transmitter and the desire for no code use [WN#11114-WN#11115]
      History of the Labor Section-SI-ME to September 15, 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#11116]
      Correspondence of the Labor Section-SI-Cairo, 1943-1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#11123 and WN#11124]

256   Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records, including records of the French SI Desk for
      Algeria, ca. December 1943 – July 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#10373 – WN#10384]
      Shanghai, China, SI Branch reports on conditions and developments in China,
      including reports of Japanese atrocities, ca. September 1945 – June 1946, ca. 200
      pp. [WN#10385 – WN#10388]
      Monthly Progress Report, X-2 Karachi, India Branch Office, November 26 –
      December 25, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#10389]
      Organizational Report of the 5329 Air Ground Forces Resources and Technical
      Staff [China], for August-September 1944; September 30, 1944, 36 pp.
      [WN#10390]. This report includes a report of the activities of the 14th Air Force
      air-ground liaison team, Sugar Mike Nine.
      Report on British intelligence services in East Asia, November 25, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#10391]
      Records from the CBI, including correspondence of Lt. Col. G.N. Richmond, ca.
      December 1942 – October 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#10392 – WN#10394]
      Records of the School and Training Branch - Appendix VII: Part Three, Section
      D, of the History “RTU-11 (the Farm)” ca. 1944 – 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#10396]

257   London, England, Special Funds records, ca. December 1943 – August 1945, ca.
      650 pp. [WN#10714 – WN#10736]. Topics include records relating to Faust
      Project components CHISEL, FARO, HAMMER, MALLET, CHEERFUL,
      POTOMAC, DOWNEND, PICKAXE, and TYL; payments to French officers;
      and the GRIEG Project to establish an SI mission in Denmark.

258   London, England, Special Funds records relating to the Faust Project; Eagle
      Project components ALEXANDER, CUBA LIBRA, DAIQUIRI, EGGNOG,
      HIGHBALL, HOTPUNCH, MANHATTAN, MARTINI, OLD FASHIONED,
      ORANGE BLOSSOM, PINK LADY, PLANTERS PUNCH, SIDECAR,
      SINGAPORE SLING, TOM COLLINS, and ZOMBIE; and other matters; ca.
      March 1944 – October 1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#10658 – WN#10674, and
      WN#10737 – WN#10755]

259   Nanking-Chinese Combat Command Situation Reports, September-October 1945.
      Some references to war crimes. [WN#10676]

260   List of symbols used in X-2 cables and other communications relating to the Mid
      East and the Balkans Area, January 4, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#11213]
      Memo regarding OSS representation in Saudi Arabia, September 14, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#11219]
      Memo regarding OSS Cairo, Egypt relationship with the Polish Intelligence
      Service, June 24, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#11224]
      History of the Labor Section-SI-ME to September 15, 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#11132]
      Memos regarding the disposition of Kappa material, 20 pp. [WN#11133]

261   Memo regarding the penetration of Russian societies in Shanghai, China,
      September 5, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#10014]
      Counter-Intelligence Report, China, December 1945, 7 pp. [WN#10015]
      Information about X-2 organizational setup in China, February 1946, ca. 10 pp.
      [WN#10016]
      Memo regarding SCAP [Supreme Commander Allied Powers] intelligence
      requirements, November 7, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#10018]
      Memo regarding operational gifts for use in China for informants, December 2,
      1946, 1 p. [WN#10018]. Among the gifts requested were Parker Pen and Pencil
      sets and Revlon “Cherry Coke” lipstick.
      Memo regarding intelligence program, X-2 Branch, China Theater, April 18,
      1946, 2 pp. [WN#10018]
      Memorandum regarding a plan of X-2 operation for the Shanghai, China area,
      June 24, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#10018]
      Information regarding propaganda warfare in China, 1946, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#10020]
      Notes on Chinese in Thailand, March 6, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#10021]
      Interrogation report on Korea, February 1947, 20 pp. [WN#10022]
      Historical Outline of S.I. Greek Desk, Cairo, Egypt, April 10, 1944, 9 pp.
      [WN#10026]
      Memorandums on the Greek Irregular Project, February 1943, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#10027]
      Special plan for SI activities in Greece, August 26, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#10027]
      Report on, and financial statement of, METOPE to date, March 6, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#10033]
      Financial statement of METOPE, February 9, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#10034]
      Memorandum on the past activities of General Giacomo Carboni, September 2,
      1945, 16 pp. [WN#10040]
      Memorandum concerning Major Felix Pasqualino’s credit at the Vatican Bank,
      with money supplied by Senator Parodi, to take care of refugee Jewish children,
      May 2, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#10043]
      Report of the Security Office, Company D, 2677th Regiment, for March 1- 15,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#10045]
      Report of Morale Operations, Company D, 2677th Regiment, March 15 – 31,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#10046]
      Italian Division, SI, I.D.S.I.F. Report, April 16, 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#10047]
      Caserta, Italy, Security Branch records relating to the San Marco Battalion, ca.
      November 1944 – July 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#11354]
      Italian Division, SI Branch records relating to awards, decorations, and letters of
      commendation, ca. May – July 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#11359]
      Signal Section, 2677th Regiment (Prov.), communications debriefing reports of SI
      operators, May 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#11360]
      Memorandum relating to the BCRA and the French Desk, June 17, 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#11374]
      Notes on OSS representatives in Iran and Iraq based on a field trip, November 11-
      21, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#11383]
      Report of Near East Section, SI, January 1-June 30, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#11383]
      Near East Section Report, April 15, 1944, ca. 20 pp. Contains historical
      background information [WN#11383]
      History of the Near East Section, OSS Cairo, Egypt, May 15, 1943-September 15,
      1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#11384]
      Memorandum on the situation regarding the Labor Desk, Cairo, Egypt, July 31,
      1944, 4 pp. [WN#11395]
      Report on a trip through the Middle East, May 20, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#11397]
      Proposed plan of operations for X-2 Branch, Cairo, Egypt, January 25, 1944, 17
      pp. [WN#11398]

262   Reports on operations in Burma, February 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#10162]
      Memo from Allen Dulles on January 6, 1945, advising not to use as a double
      agent a Swiss Nazi who worked for the Gestapo [WN#10166]
      Weekly reports and letters from OSS Izmir, Turkey, 1943-1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#10171-WN#10172]
      Report on Greek Situation, May, 1944, ca. 6 pp. [WN#10173]
      Report of Istanbul, Turkey, Greek SI, January-June 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#10174]
      Special report regarding principle developments in the African Section, SI,
      November 1, 1943-February 1, 2944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#10175]

263   History of X-2 Branch, China Theater, June 4, 1946, 45 pp. Covers the period
      October 1, 1945-June 1, 1946 [WN#10766]
      OSS X-2 Branch Monthly Report for August 1945, October 3, 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#10768]
      Irish Republican Army information [WN#10961]

264   Correspondence between Allen Dulles and New York OSS Office, November
      1944-June 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#10972 (?)]
      Folder entitled “Zurich Correspondence” that contains information on ALOSS
      Mission; French seizing gold in Konstanz; whereabouts of Hitler, Himmler, and
      Schellenberg; and blocking of German Assets in Switzerland; among other topics.
      [WN#10972]
      Macy Project Folder, 1945-1946, Vienna, Austria, ca. 50 pp. Contains a 20-page
      report about the Russian NKVD, primarily covering the 1930s [WN#10983]

265   “V Market” Cables, January-April 1945, referencing Vessel Reports, including
      information about their validity [WN#11149-WN#11150]

266   List of pseudonyms used by Italian Division SI, MEDTO, February 24, 1945, ca.
      5 pp. [WN#11657]

267   Caserta, Italy records relating to POWs and civilian personnel used as, or
      investigated as prospective, agents by OSS, ca. June 1944 – June 1945, ca. 400
      pp. [WN#11170 – WN#11179, WN#11188 – WN#11195, WN#11197, and
      WN#11200]
      Caserta, Italy, Swiss Desk, SI, reports for January 1945, 11 pp. WN#11180 –
      WN#11181]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to the FIG Mission to German occupied
      Italy, ca. October – November 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#11182]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to the transfer of funds to Italy, ca.
      November 1943 – June 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#11183 – WN#11186]. Many of the
      transfers involved Luigi Antonini, President of the Italian-American Labor
      Council.
      Athens, Greece lists of names and codenames, recommendations for promotion
      and decorations, and other records, ca. 1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#11187]
      Italian Division, SI, MEDTO, Final Activities Report of Brindisi, Fasano, Ostuni
      Bases Covering Period from 26 December 1944 to 28 February 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#11196]

268   SI records relating to Greece, including Missions SETTLER, SORCERY or
      HEBREW, GASOLINE or PROPHETESS, ORACLE, PHALANX, IRON,
      FLOKA, VLACH, FLEECE, LUCIAN, ELLAS, EMERALD, and HELOT, ca.
      June 1943 – October 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#10990 – WN#11000, and
      WN#11301 – WN#11309]
       Report of the Perry Unit’s mission to Albania from July – November 1943, ca.
      December 1943, 5 pp. [WN#11311]
      Memorandum describing the preliminary organization of the SI Central European
      Section, June 30, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#11312]
      Memorandums describing operational matters of the American Military Unit in
      Bucharest, Romania, November 6 and 10, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#11313 – WN#11314]
      Report from the Peninsular Base Section describing weaknesses in OSS and
      French espionage organizations, March 27, 1944, 1 p. [WN#11317]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to Operations, including MELON,
      BOURGOIN, MARIA GIOVANNA (FALCO), PLUM, and APPLE I, ca.
      October 1943 – June 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#11318 – WN#11319 and WN#11321
      – WN#11325]
      Caserta, Italy, Security Branch records of investigations, including records
      relating to security concerns about the San Marco Battalion, ca. July 1944 – June
      1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#11326 – 11332]
       Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to Projects MACGREGOR and
      MALVINA, December 1943 – September, 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#11334 –
      WN#11335]
      London, England records relating to, and reports based on information supplied
      by, POWs, ca. October 1944 – March 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#11342 –
      WN#11345]
      Report on British Intelligence penetration of US Army installations in China, May
      16, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#11346]
      Memorandum describing how intelligence reports and agents are evaluated,
      March 27, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#11348]
      Report on the treatment of ex-agents, ca. July 1944, 1 p. [WN#11349]
      Records relating to the Westfield Mission, which sought to rally resistance and
      attack enemy morale in Norway, Finland, Denmark, and Germany, ca. June –
      August 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#11350]
      Summary of the work of the SOE (Hackett’s) Propaganda School, February 16,
      1943, 4 pp. [WN#11601]
      Records relating to British propaganda and morale operations, ca. March 1943,
      ca. 30 pp. [WN#11602]
      The Relations of O.S.S. to the Free French B.C.R.A., and to British Broadway,
      August 26, 1942, 6 pp. [WN#11603]
      London, England SI Log, May 28 – October 8, [1944], 21 pp. [WN#11610]
      Records relating to a British proposal for obtaining tactical information, August
      1944, 5 pp. [WN#11611]
      London, England SI chronology related to field detachments as part of the
      SUSSEX Plan, August 1943 – August 1944, 9 pp. [WN#11612]

269   Numerous Field Activity Reports, late 1944, ca. 200 pp. Provides historical
      background on various missions, projects, and activities [WN#12390-WN#12400]
      Memo regarding providing an analysis of OSS activities in the Balkans and
      Central Europe, January 3, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#11063]
      Memo regarding planning for post-war secret intelligence operations, Jan. 6,
      1945, 2 pp. [WN#11064]
      Belgian Resistance Groups, 1944 [WN#12587]
      Rosters of OSS City Teams, ca. 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#11067]
      Reports on OSS activities in the Balkans, Greece, and Hungary, December 1944-
      April 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#11051-WN#11067]
      Reports on OSS activities in the Balkans, Greece, and Hungary, December 1944-
      April 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#11041-WN#11050]

270   A Study of the Partisan Problem in Northern Italy, January 27, 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#11232]
      Records relating to the report of the OSS Special Detachment, G-2, Fifth Army,
      December 1944 – January 1945, 8 pp. [WN#11234]
      Minutes of SIS/OSS meeting on the KENT Project, July 21, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#11235]
      List of people to be issued checks charged from the FAUST budget, July 1944, 1
      p. [WN#11243]
      London, England list of Washington and London reference numbers for agent
      personnel, and Table of Organization, June – July 14, 1944, 6 p. [WN#11246]
      Memo regarding OSS projects in the European Theater of Operations, September
      28, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#11249]
      Memo regarding POW interrogation material, July 11, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#11252]
      Memorandum relating to the possibility of disseminating false military
      information through Berne, Switzerland, November 26, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#11257]
      Memo regarding Sweden, July 26, 1944, 2 pp. References to Jacob Wallenberg.
      [WN#11272]
      Memorandum concerning the MARQUIES Plan, August 21, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#11281]
      Memorandum regarding the introduction of agents into Norway, June 22, 1944, 2
      pp. [WN#11283]
      Memorandum describing the history of the AQUITAINE Mission, May 16, 1945,
      8 pp. [WN#11292]
      Preamble to the 1 January 1944 Early History of X-2, ca. 30 pp. [WN#11292]
      Memo regarding X-2 MI6 relationship in Washington, DC, ca. 1943, 5 pp.
      References to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, MI5, and the Ministry of
      Economic Warfare [WN#11293]
      Memorandum regarding a survey trip to Brussels, Belgium for SO, February 3,
      1945, 8 pp. [WN#12378]
      London, England, SO Branch activity reports, ca. October 1944 – May 1945, ca.
      150 pp. [WN#12380 – 12389]
      Report of an interview regarding putting agents and equipment into Austria,
      January 19, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#12702]
      Memorandum from Allen Dulles relating to the infiltration of agents into
      Germany, November 7, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#12705]
      Memorandums on meetings of the WN Committee at DGER, March 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#12712 – WN#12713]
      Memorandum on the activity of the French Section in Paris (Sussex and Proust),
      October 10, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#12723]
      Memorandum relating to the morale of Sussex agents, July 11, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#12733]
      Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to the CARDINAL Mission to Germany,
      ca. March – July 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#12759]
      Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to Operation CHEERFUL to Austria, ca.
      November 1944 – June 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12760]

271   Report on activities of OSS, Greece, January 31, 1945, 14 pp. [WN#10691]
      Italian Division, SI Branch, Market and Vessel reports, March – April 1945, ca.
      75 pp. [WN#10692]
      Reports on French Morocco, ca. 1941-1942, ca. 50 pp., with maps and
      photographs [WN#11487]
      Records relating to recruiting for the SUSSEX Mission, November 1943 –
      November 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#11494]
      Memo regarding synthesis of SIM [Italian intelligence service] reports of August-
      September 1944, as translated into English, September 11, 1944, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#11499]
      Chronological File of George O. Pratt, June – October 1943, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#11903]
      Letter from Arthur J. Goldberg to Whitney H. Shepardson, October 1, 1943, 7 pp.
      [WN#11903]. References to his visits to Algiers and London and economic
      matters.
      Report on conditions in Vienna, Austria, June 20, 1943, ca. 20 pp. References to
      aryanized property, foreign workers in Vienna, SS atrocities against Jews, jokes in
      Vienna, public opinion, and new owners of aryanized property. In the report that
      contains a question and answer portion, the interviewee was asked about the
      treatment of Jews in Vienna. His response: “Jews? There are no more Jews in
      Vienna. They have nearly all been exterminated by the Nazis and the Nazi Party
      members spread themselves over the former Jewish flats….When the hour of
      Nazism is struck, the Jewish population will have unhappily been exterminated”
      [WN#11903]
      Report on conditions in Germany, August 16, 1943, 1 p. [WN#11903]
      Memo regarding proposed project for establishing channel to Hungary, Austria,
      Czechoslovakia, and Germany, August 31, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#11903]

272   Vessel Reports, April – July 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#10693]
      Bern, Switzerland Source Information 1945. Provided is code names, code
      numbers, and pseudonyms [WN#10694 and WN#10698]
      Italian Division, SI Branch lists of code names, 1944 - 1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#10695 - WN#10697]
      Memorandum on future plans and correlation of Italian S.I. activities with
      Switzerland, October 25, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#10700]
      Lisbon, Portugal, X-2 Branch records relating to SUNSET, June – September
      1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#11399]
      OSS Field Detachment, First Allied Airborne Army, memorandum regarding
      Project ALGONQUIN to procure tactical intelligence, March 26, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#11402]
      AQUITAINE Mission – Pyrenees Section, weekly reports of operational activity,
      January and February 1945, 5 pp. [WN#11403 and WN#11404]
      Signatures of Madrid, Spain agents, June 26, 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#11428]
      Memorandum describing London, England SO organization, January 11, 1943, 4
      pp. [WN#11447]
      Records relating to the WESTFIELD Mission, ca. September 1943 – July 1944,
      ca. 50 pp. [WN#11448]
      Memorandum to General Donovan explaining the plans of the London, England
      Labor Desk for penetrating Germany, February 4, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#11809]
      OSS, Mission for Germany, list of code names and area designations, July 11,
      1945, 14 pp. [WN#11813]
      Bern, Switzerland records relating to Radio Wildcat, ca. November 1944 – May
      1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#12202]
      Records relating to SI Project CARDINAL, to send agents to Bavaria, Germany,
      ca. April 1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#12210]

273   London, England, SI Branch records relating to the ANZIO Mission against
      Germany, ca. February – April 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#12213]
      French Desk, SI Branch records relating to the GITANE Project, ca. March – May
      1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#12219]
      Memorandum regarding a trip to Switzerland by Franz Novy, February 3, 1945, 3
      pp. [WN#12221]
      London, England, SI Branch records relating to the FEDALA Mission against
      Germany, ca. January – March 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12225]
      Records relating to Belgian Sûreté de l'État, ca. November 1944 – October 1945,
      ca. 30 pp. [WN#12588 – WN#12591]
      Report by Colonel Ellery C. Huntington, Jr. on his European Trip, 1942-1943,
      135 pp. [WN#12595]
      Information on OSS-SOE arrangements in England, Norway, North Africa, and
      Mid East, 1942-1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12597]
      Report on S.O. organization, operations, and objectives, ca. September 1942, ca.
      50 pp. [WN#12600]

274   Reports of the Italian and Albanian Section, SI, on operational activities and
      political and economic intelligence. January-May 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#10571-
      WN#10575]
      Draft History of the OSS [WN#10576]

275   Strategic Services Officer War Diary up to January 1943, 153 pp. [WN#10577]

276   Numerous reports on OSS projects and operations in Europe, 1944, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#11743]
      Status Report on OSS Mission to Germany, 1945 [WN#11624]
      Memo from 110 to Climax, Bern, Switzerland, November 7, [1944?], regarding
      infiltration of agents into Germany, 3 pp. [WN#11621]
      OSS R & A Branch reports on Archives, libraries, the book trade, and the
      publishing industry based on friendly German POW information, January-
      February 1945, ca. 50 pp. References to Gestapo and SS documents, records of
      various German ministries and the military, library collections, SS General Sepp
      Dietrich’s looted property, French and Belgian art collections in Germany, the SS
      centralizing the confiscated libraries of Jewish communities of Austria, the
      “Fuehrer Archiv,” Goebbels private possessions, and references to the Einsatzstab
      Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR) [art looting operation]; [WN#11622]

277   Report of an American serviceman being placed in a German POW cage to obtain
      information about the attitudes of the Germans. January 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#11628]
      Information on possible post-hostilities use of Anti-Nazi and Anti-Communist
      German POWs, 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#11632]
      Information regarding the recruiting of Danes, February 1945, 5 pp. [WN#11667]

278   Memorandum from James Angleton, C.O. SCI/Z Units, listing captured Allied
      agents and discovered Allied intelligence agencies, June 7, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#11671]
      Mediterranean Command interrogation report of Dott. Ing. Francesco Malvezzi,
      “Regarding OSS Matters,” March 22, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#11671]
      Records relating to SCI/Unit Z/Milan civilian employee Luigi Bostiga, ca. April
      1944 – August 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#11672]
      Caserta, Italy, X-2 Branch records relating to Missions WINCHELL, STURZO,
      YOUNGSTOWN, MICA, LOUISA, HYPO, GIOIA (Jameson), JERICHO – LA
      SPEZIA, BRADFORD, and LUCE; and the BOY BLUE Project / ARBITER
      Plan, ca. June 1944 – January 1947, ca. 800 pp. [WN#11673 – WN#11683]

279   Information regarding relations with Czech intelligence, 1944-1945 [WN#12152-
      WN#12157]
      Memo regarding the Monaco Project, September 11, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#12072]
280   Irish situation information, ca. 1942, 5 pp. [WN#07845]

281   State Department correspondence, 1944-1945, ca. 100 pp.[WN#12669]
      Memo regarding OSS Missions to Norway and Denmark, July 26, 1945, 7
      pp.[WN#12674]
      Information regarding the Bulgarian Government, September 1944, ca. 10 pp.
      [WN#12677]
      OSS/SSU relations with American Embassy, Madrid Spain, 1944-1946
      [WN#11991]
      French Resistance-Miscellaneous Intelligence, 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12655]

282   ETO/OSS War Diaries and related records, 18 rolls of 35mm microfilm,
      [WN#11918]

283   Weekly report of SI, Paris, January-April 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12115]
      Memo regarding financing joint operations by Belgian Surete and OSS, February
      21, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#12114]

284   Memo regarding potential Czechoslovakia SI Service in France, August 7, 1944,
      ca. 7 pp. [WN#11926]
      Memos regarding intelligence and operations plans in France, April-July 1944, ca.
      10 pp. [WN#11926]
      Report on Tsarist intrigues in Paris, France, July 17, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#11927]
      Survey of Foreign Experts reports relating to Belgium, France, and Spain,
      October – December 1943, ca. 10 pp. [WN#11927]
      Memorandum on the British intelligence organization in India, February 10, 1944,
      2 pp. [WN#11942]
      Memorandum with impressions from a trip to Germany and Switzerland, April 5,
      1946, 3 pp. [WN#11943]
      Report of X-2 activities in the Middle East, ca. November 1944 – July 1945, 18
      pp. [WN#11944]
      Interrogation reports and related records, 1942 – 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#11945]
      Activities in Ireland, 1944-1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#11946]

285   London, England, SI Branch records relating to German Desk Mission
      ARCHBISHOP; French Desk Missions BALTO, BOYARD, and CAPORAL;
      Czech Desk Team BOVRIL; Labor Division Mission PICKAXE; and other
      matters; ca. October 1944 – October 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#12118 – WN#12123]
286   Memos, minutes of meetings, and other records of the OSS, ETO Plans and
      Operations Staff, November 1944-March 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#11822]
      PROUST progress report, June 20 – July 7, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#11830]
      Memorandum regarding potential Czechoslovak SI Service in France, August 7,
      1944, 5 pp. [WN#11834]
      Memorandum concerning organization and plans, Czechoslovak Section, SI, July
      21, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#11834]
      Memo regarding the Polish Underground Movement, May 26, 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#11836]
      London SI Branch planning and project files, 1943-1944, 27 pp. [WN#11837]
      Information on the situation in Yugoslavia, April 1944, 6 pp. [WN#11838]
      London Czech Project material, 1943, ca. 125 pp. [WN#11839]
      London Intelligence Committee information, February-July 1944, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#11840]
      Reports on Scandinavia, 1944-1945, including Westfield Mission material, ca.
      200 pp. [WN#12124 and WN#12125]

287   London, England, X-2 Branch copies of British documents relating mainly to
      Sweden (BB Reports), ca. July – November 1944, ca. 40 pp. [WN#12131]
      London, England, X-2 Branch “Memoranda – Outgoing – Miscellaneous,” ca.
      May 1943 – September 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12132]
      Memorandum relating to Danish activities of the Scandinavian Section, SI,
      London, February 22, 1945, 1 p. [WN#12134]
      Memorandum discussing the HANSEL Plan for intelligence operations against
      Germany from Denmark, February 10, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#12134]
      Madrid, Spain, SI Branch, “unsolicited political reports,” December 18 – 19,
      1944, 9 pp. [WN#12147]
      Madrid, Spain, SI Branch memoranda relating to a meeting with the Ambassador
      to explain the work, limitations, and possibilities of the (***) [OSS?] in Spain,
      May 11, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#12148]
      Madrid, Spain, SI Branch, reports and other records sent between Madrid and
      Malaga, Spain, ca. May – July 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#12149 – WN#12150]
      Madrid, Spain SI Branch, reports and other records sent between Madrid and
      Vigo, Spain, ca. January – December 1944, ca. 400 pp. [WN#12503 –
      WN#12504]

288   ETO/OSS War Diaries and related records, 17 rolls of 35mm microfilm,
      [WN#10428]

289   ETO/OSS War Diaries and related records, 18 rolls of 35mm microfilm,
      [WN#10427]

290   X-2 Branch records relating to Finland, including records relating to the
      penetration of the American Legation in Helsinki, 1942 – 1943, ca. 25 pp.
      [WN#12228 and WN#12229]
      Report on visit to 55 SCI Unit and to Swiss frontier, January 1 – 8, 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#12233]
      Records relating to Operation KING, an agent penetration case against Germany,
      June – July 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12241]
      Report about an Austrian resistance group, March 27, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#12243]
      London, England, X-2 Branch records relating to the Counter Intelligence War
      Room, ca. November 1944 – March 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12245, WN#12246,
      and WN#12249]
      Information on OSS Special Intelligence Units and X-2 Special Counter-
      Intelligence Units, 1944-1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12248 and WN#12249]
      Reports on Falangists, Wolfram, movement of war material, Spain, 1944
      [WN#12267 – WN#12270]

291   Mount Case- deals with the Balkans, Summer 1945-1946. Includes information
      about or references to Major. Wilhelm Hoettel, Kurt Auner, General
      Kaltenbrunner, Friedrich Schwend, and the Rumanian Iron Guard. [WN#11950]
      Memorandums describing the status of activities against Germany, including
      operations of the WESTFIELD Mission, November and December 1944, 10 pp.
      [WN#12303]
      London, England, SO Branch plan for continuing Operation TISSUE, to gather
      intelligence about Germany, Czechoslovakia, Sweden, Denmark, and Russia, ca.
      1945, 3 pp. [WN#12304]
      Records relating to SOE-OSS cooperation, ca. September 1944 – July 1945, ca.
      100 pp. [WN#12305 and WN#12306]
      Records describing negative OSS reaction to American participation in the Polish
      Government/SOE Project DUNSTABLE, December 1944 and January 1945, 4
      pp. [WN#12307]
      London, England, SO Branch reports on Scandinavia, including Westfield
      Mission, 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#12317 – WN#12319]
      SI Branch progress report, August 1945, 9 pp. [WN#12320]
      SO Branch progress reports, February and March 1945, 12 pp. [WN#12321 and
      WN#12322]
      Report on an Austrian resistance group, May 1945, 3 pp. [WN#12331]

292   German Chemical Industry, 1945. [WN#12094]
      Cover-Diplomatic and other cover for X-2 representatives abroad, 1945-1946
      [WN#12688]

293   Memo for the Director of Strategic Services regarding the activities of the OSS,
      July 1, 1944, 33 pp. [WN#11770]

294   Three Articles on Spanish Clandestine Communist Movement – 1944, Madrid
      137 pp. [WN#11777]
      Information on Spain, 1943-1945, ca. 600 pp. [WN#11779 – WN#11793]. Topics
      include ongoing tension between the U.S. Embassy and the OSS.
295   Report of SSS Detachment, 36th Division, August 18-November 13, 1944, 38 pp.
      [WN#10442]
      Book containing code names and numbers. [WN#10464]

296   US Army, Field Analysis Unit weekly operational reports, February 13 – April
      30, 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#11794 – WN#11800]
      HQ, VIII Corps, OSS Detachment, report for week of 4 – 10 March 1945; March
      15, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#11841]
      Report of interrogation of suspected German double agent Roger Schumacher,
      January 9, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#11846]
      Report on the Romanian situation in London, September 7, 1943, 4 pp.
      [WN#11850]
      SO records relating to developments and operations in Scandinavia, including the
      political activity of the Norwegian Government in Sweden and Norway, and the
      WESTFIELD Mission, ca. October 1943 – September 1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#11851 – WN#11862]
      Paris, France, SI Branch, Labor Division records relating to personnel, ca. April
      1944 – October 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#11863 – WN#11864]
      Memorandum approving financial arrangements related to “Richard Lowe,” who
      was operating under cover for SI Iran, including payments for the maintenance
      and guarding of Metropolitan Museum of Art buildings in Iran, April 11, 1945, 1
      p. [WN#11865]
      Records relating to the termination of the Yale Library Project, a.k.a. the C
      Mission, November 1944 – January 1945, 4 pp. [WN#11866]
      Memorandum to Mr. Casey, Chief, SI Branch, OSS ETOUSA, relating to a
      shortage of agents “except as are handled by the Belgian Surete,” February 4,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#12401]
      US Army, Field Analysis Unit reports on changes in the Belgian Surete de l’Etat
      organization, tactical infiltration in 1st Army territory, and for the weeks ending
      December 24 and 31, 1944; December 1944 – January 1945, 14 pp. [WN#12402
      – WN#12405]
      Paris, France, MO Unit P and PW progress reports, October – November 1944,
      ca. 50 pp. [WN#12406]
      Reports and other records from Mission MELANIE, the OSS Mission to the
      Netherlands, ca. September 1944 – June 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#12408 –
      WN#12411]
      Paris, France records relating to the AQUITAINE Mission, ca. November 1944 –
      May 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12412]
      Paris, France, SI Branch, Labor Division report, Russian Army of Liberation and
      White Russian Propaganda, January 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12413]
      Report on the interim organization of the EMFFI, the Etat-Major Forces
      Francaises de l’Interieur, June 24, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#12421]
      Paris, France, SO Branch records relating to the history of the CROSS and
      AIREDALE Projects, ca. January – June 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12422 –
      WN#12425]
      Paris, France records relating to various missions, ca. March – June 1945, ca. 75
      pp. [WN#12426 – WN#12427]

297   SO Branch records relating to Denmark, including the Peters organization, ca.
      September – December 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12167 – WN#12168]
      Memorandum regarding liaison with the British, August 23, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#12180]
      Memorandum for William J. Donovan on Development of OSS Activities in
      North Africa, November 2, 1943, 8 pp. [WN#12182]
      Director’s Office correspondence relating to OSS use of the diplomatic pouch,
      July 1942 – August 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12184]
      Director’s Office correspondence with the Department of State regarding the
      leakage of information sent to the Embassy at Chungking, China, July 1942 –
      May 1943, 9 pp. [WN#12185]
      Director’s Office correspondence with the Department of State regarding a
      Czechoslovakian Government protest of remarks about the possible return of the
      Sudetenland to Germany, May – June 1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#12187]
      Memorandum to General Donovan relating to information obtained by the US
      Military Attaché’s Office in Stockholm, Sweden from Finnish sources, May 21,
      1945, 1 p. [WN#12188]
      Memorandum to General Donovan relating to Serafino Romualdi, Don Luigi
      Sturzo, and Colonel Randolfo Pacciardi, May 3, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#12189]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records regarding the Italian political situation, and other
      topics, ca. October 1944 – June 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12191 – WN#12196]
      Memorandum with information on Poland’s new government, March 1, 1945, 3
      pp. [WN#12196]
      Istanbul, Turkey cable proposing evacuation of Rumanian employees of the US
      Mission in Bucharest, Rumania “now threatened with arrest by Russians,” June
      19, 1946, 1 p. [WN#12200]
      Paris, France records relating to S.R.”O” French Agents, ca. February – June
      1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12428]
      Report of SSS, G-2, 3rd Division, 7th Army, 16 August-16 October 1944, ca. 14
      pp. [WN#12429]
      HQ, Seventh Army, G-2, report from, and interrogation of, ANZIO, April 1945,
      12 pp. [WN#12429]
      Washington, X-2 Branch cable to Istanbul, Turkey regarding a card index of
      Polish refugee Jews in Russia being compiled by the Jewish Agency for Palestine
      in Tehran, Iran, February 12, 1944, 1 p. [WN#14601]
      Records relating to funds for the Spanish AIRDALE project, February – May
      1946, 5 pp. [WN#14611]
      Memorandums relating to currency operations in Europe, June 1942, 3 pp.
      [WN#14619]
      Records relating to the purchase of an artificial hearing device for Governor-
      General Boisson of Dakar, French West Africa, April – June 1942, 4 pp.
      [WN#14620]
      Memorandums about the possible discontinuance of the NDRC, Division 19 and
      MRL services to R&D, January – February 1945, 4 pp. [WN#14623]

298   Memo regarding the objectives and methods of the MO unit at the 6th Army
      Group, November 6, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#12335]
      Paris, France records relating to agents and teams who were part of the PROUST
      and SUSSEX Missions, ca. June 1943 – April 1945, ca. 600 pp. [WN#12337 –
      WN#12342]

299   Memorandum regarding G-5 cooperation with the OSS in Germany, June 1, 1945,
      2 pp. [WN#12271]
      Minutes of inter-branch meeting relating to CALPO, January 10, 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#12272]
      Ninth Army, OSS, Field Detachment Section, weekly operational report, April 9,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#12274]
      Memorandum on OSS activities in Czechoslovakia, May 22, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#12276]
      Paris, France records relating to Belgranodeux (or Belgrano Deux), ca. September
      – December 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12295]
      Caserta, Italy records relating to the security of the San Marco Battalion, October
      1944, 8 pp. [WN#12297]
      Memorandum relating to agent chains in Northern Italy, with a glossary of code
      numbers of the Swiss Office, September 20, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#12298]
      Report of an inspection trip of SCI stations in Southern France from May 12-25,
      1945, 11 pp. [WN#12976]
      Report on the war operations of the Western European Section, June 6 – 25, 1944,
      5 pp. [WN#12977]
      Lists of SI and SO field men, ca. March – August 1942, 8 pp. [WN#12978 –
      WN#12981]
      Correspondence with “Argus” in Lisbon, Portugal, ca. December 1943 – May
      1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#12983 – WN#12984]
      Records relating to Renato C. Senise, nephew of Rome’s Chief of Police, July
      1943, 4 pp. [WN#12987]
      Memorandum regarding a possible change in State Department policy over OSS
      activities in Spain, July 13, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#12995]
      Memorandum describing State Department cooperation in obtaining fake
      paperwork for an OSS agent, December 15, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#12996]

300   Records relating to OSS activities into Italy from French territory, either alone or
      with the French, including references to French interference in the Val d’Aosta
      area, March 1945, 6 pp. [WN#11994 – WN#11995]
      Memorandum regarding American awards to British and French officers, May 28,
      1945, 3 pp. [WN#11996]
      Memorandum relating to the British Intelligence Service, May 21, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#12000]
      Caserta, Italy records relating to field personnel and students, ca. 1944 – 1945, ca.
      450 pp. [WN#12801 and WN#12805 – WN#12806]
      Records of meetings with the British concerning operations in Thailand, February
      25, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#12809 – WN#12811]
      Records relating to the Vichy French Secret Service in Iraq, December 1942, 4
      pp. [WN#12812]
      Records relating to Antonio deIrala, the OSS’ principal Basque contact in New
      York, June 1942 – September 1944, 12 pp. [WN#12813]
      Memorandums regarding the work of Far Eastern Bureau of PWE [Political
      Warfare Executive], July-September 1943, ca. 10 pp. [WN#12814]
      Records relating to OSS operations in the Iberian Peninsula, including histories of
      operations, and agreements between the State Department and the OSS, ca. 1943-
      1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#13054 – WN#13065]
      Memorandum discussing efforts by the Russian NKGB to recruit Jewish agents
      for Palestine, and the need for Germany, Austria, and Italy to penetrate this
      activity, March 12, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#13066]
      Memorandums discussing relations with British Intelligence, October 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#13068]
      Letter to No. 173 discussing problems with the “situation in Illinois,” July 19,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#13069]
      Appendix A from an unidentified report listing missions [in Greece] as of
      September 1, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#13070]
      Partial index to the Kappa Series of reports, prepared August 1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#13072]

301   Paris, France, SI Branch, Labor Division records relating to Special Funds,
      screening POWs for possible use, and other matters, ca. May 1944 – November
      1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#12901 – WN#12904]
      London, England, SI Branch records relating to Free French secret services, ca.
      September 1943 – February 1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#12905]
      Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to the HUGO Plan, ca. October 1944 –
      June 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#12907 – WN#12908]
      Paris, France, SI Branch, Labor Division correspondence file with Switzerland,
      ca. October 1944 – May 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12348]

302   Records relating to OSS relations with CALPO, January – February 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#12433]
      Reports from Italy regarding Plan CAESAR, to obtain Japanese intelligence data
      from inside the Vatican, ca. July 1945 – August 1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12440]
      List of OSS aliases and code numbers with the real names, n.d., 2 p. [WN#12442]
      Paris, France, SO Branch lists of organisers [sic], with Christian, operational, and
      real names, July 14, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#12444]
      Paris, France, SO Branch list of personnel in the field, ca. September 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#12445]
      Information on German anti-fascist Emil Brugger, May 1945, ca. 10 pp.
      [WN#12449]
      Paris, France, SI Branch “Rapports de Missions” and related records, ca. July
      1944 – July 1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#12458]

303   Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to its work with CALPO, ca. November
      1944 – June 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12460]
      Memorandum on the Reseau Mithridate, a French intelligence underground
      network, October 27, 1944, 1 p. [WN#12505]
      Records relating to an agreement between MI6 and OSS about special intelligence
      derived from penetration of the enemy lines, January – February 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#12511]
      Paris, France general, letter, special, and travel orders; and memorandums
      announcing personnel changes, ca. April 1944 – May 1945, ca. 400 pp.
      [WN#12512 – WN#12514]
      Report on the briefing of the first four American SUSSEX teams, April 12, 1944,
      3 pp. [WN#12519]
      Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to recruits, mainly for the SUSSEX
      Mission, ca. October 1943 – May 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12523]
      Memorandum regarding X-2 agent penetration project to Germany, December 6,
      1944, 2 pp. [WN#12527]
      Memorandum regarding SO Branch recruitment and use of German POWs,
      Jan.11, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#12528]
      Memorandums on transfer of German POWs and former German nationals to
      OSS control, March 1945, 5 pp. [WN#12529]
      Summary of three reports about life in POW camps and the mentality of POWs,
      ca. 1945, 5 pp. [WN#12530]
      Minutes of inter-branch meeting relating to CALPO, with supplementary
      information, January 10, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#12531]
      Memorandum providing a summary of a discussion in General Magruder’s office
      re the IB Theater, January 9, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#12532]
      Memorandum regarding the first hearing with General Fortier’s Committee,
      March 4, 1946, ca. 20 pp. Contains historical background of OSS SI work and
      thoughts about the future. [WN#12533]
      SSU General Order No. 13, June 17, 1946, establishing the Foreign Security
      Reports Office, 5 pp. plus organizational chart. [WN#12534]
      Records relating to a conference of SSU representatives in Heidelberg, Germany,
      to discuss the implementation of a War Department plan for coordination of
      intelligence activities in Europe and the Middle East, and other matters, June
      1946, 15 pp. [WN#12535]
      General Order No. 1 and Special Order No. 3 relating to OSS organization and
      operations in Austria, August-September 1945, 8 pp. [WN#12541]
      Special Operations Progress Report for all theaters, with an organization chart for
      US personnel, May 1, 1945, 22 pp. [WN#12543]
      G-3/OSS/London, England organization chart, n.d., 1 p. [WN#12544]
      Records relating to SO activities in Thailand, including a chronological summary,
      ca. March 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12545]
      Records relating the liquidation of the SSU, ca. October 1946, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#12546]
      Recommendations for future actions relating to the Special Funds Division,
      August 12, 1946, 9 pp. [WN#12547]
      Records relating to intelligence coverage in Latin America, ca. May – October,
      1946, 7 pp. [WN#12548]
      Photographs of various personnel involved in the SAUERKRAUT operations, ca.
      October 1944, ca. 20 photos, [WN#12549]
      “Q” Reports, April 1944 – January 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#12550]

304   Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to Missions CAPORAL, CELTIQUE,
      ELEGANTE, GITANE, GAULOISE, VOLTIGEUR, and JOB, ca. February –
      May 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#13001 – WN#13007]

305   Records relating to the activation of the SUSSEX Plan, June – July 1943, 7 pp.
      [WN#10777 – WN#10778]
      Gripsholm information, 1942-1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#10868]
      Letter from William J. Donovan to Kermit Roosevelt, October 24, 1949,
      concerning Japanese codes. Attached is a memo regarding the examination of
      OSS records concerning activities in Portugal relating to enemy codes and
      ciphers, December 13, 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#10869]
      Pages from an unidentified report, or reports, regarding the history of CE, CI, SI,
      and X-2, n.d., ca. 10 pp. [WN#10870 – WN#10872]
      Information on Scandinavian operations, 1944-1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#10873]
      Records relating to plans and operations in Thailand, ca. November 1943 –
      January 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#10874]
      Southeast Asia Section, draft plan for Project 3A, for the clandestine use of a
      technical mission in India, Afghanistan, and Chinese Turkestan, ca. 1945, 15 pp.
      [WN#10875]
      Memo regarding facilities required by the Central Intelligence Group from the
      State, War, and Navy Departments, April 2, 1946, 3 pp.[WN#10876]
      Southeast Asia SI operations plan, ca. 1946, 41 pp.[WN#10877]
      Letter and memorandum for General Donovan on post-hostilities plans for the Far
      East, September 21, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#10878]
      Memorandum to the Director, SSU on a possible aid to breaking a Siamese
      diplomatic code, May 13, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#10881]
      Proposal to the Chief, SI for an open SSU Mission in Bangkok, Siam, May 29,
      1946, 5 pp. [WN#10882]
      Weekly reports of OSS Field Detachment Sections relating to the penetration of
      Germany, January-March 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#12761 – WN#12763, and
      WN#12765]
      Memorandum on OSS activities relating to economic conditions in Germany,
      March 29, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#12766]
      Memorandum on considerations governing OSS activities relating to political
      movements in Germany, March 29, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#12767]
      Memorandum relating to the Liaison and Field Detachment at the First Allied
      Airborne Army, November 21, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#12770]
      British directive to SF Mission (Holland) March 21, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#12771]
      Memorandum recommending approval of SI Projects SOLO, FARO, and GOLD
      against Germany, January 12, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#12774]
      9th Army, OSS Detachment, weekly operational report, February 19, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#12777]
      HQ, 12th Army Group, OSS Detachment, weekly operational report, February 11,
      1945, 1 p. [WN#12778]
      12th Army Group, G-2 Section, OSS Detachment, weekly operational report,
      January 31, 1945, 1 p. [WN#12779]
      HQ, 1st US Army, G-2, Section “E,” weekly operations reports, February – March
      11, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#12781 – WN#12783]
      Report of OSS/SI Field Detachments, November 30, 1944, 31 pp. [WN#12785]
      FRS Detachment weekly reports, January10 – 30, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#12786]
      History of Field Base “L,” a.k.a. the 311th Service Unit, at Dijon, France, “an SI
      and SO agent dispatch point for air operations scheduled by London for targets in
      the Bavarian “Redoubt” west of Munich and south of Mainz,” May 12, 1945, 9
      pp. [WN#12791]
      Historical background material on OSS Detachment, 6th Army Group, April –
      May 1945, 19 pp. [WN#12793]
      War Diary account of the OSS Detachment, Twelfth Army Group, ca. July 1944 –
      August 1945, 28 pp. [WN#12794]
      Photographs from the 12th Army Group, OSS Detachment, ca. June 1945, ca. 20
      photographs, [WN#12795]
      OSS ETO SI Branch Progress Report, November 1-November 15, 1944, ca. 15
      pp. [WN#12798]
      OSS, London, England, SI Branch Report, September 15, 1944, 25 pp.
      [WN#12799]
      London, England report on SI activities, November 4, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#12800]

306   Paris, France, SI Branch records relating Missions/Teams BOYARD, BALTO,
      SULTANE, CERCLE, BEBE, CENDRILLON, and others, ca. April 1944 – July
      1945, ca. 600 pp. [WN#12909 – WN#12913]

307   Paris, France, SI Branch records relating to personnel of the PROUST and
      SUSSEX Missions, ca. March 1944 – July 1945, ca. 450 pp. [WN#12914 –
      WN#12916]
      Records relating to Project No. 3 – Near East – Far East, to use a commercial
      caravan company operating from Turkey to acquire intelligence from occupied
      China and the Near East, February – May 1945, 10 pp. [WN#12921]
      Records relating to the “George” Office, ca. April – July 1945, ca. 75 pp.
      [WN#12922]
      Memorandum relating to Spain-France Project No. 1, to establish a relationship
      between the SI Branch and the Basque Independent Government, March 20, 1945,
      1 p. [WN#12923]
      Memorandum relating to Project – Switzerland #1, to transmit secret information
      with respect to Switzerland, April 12, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#12924]
      Memorandum on the status of Scandinavian projects, April 18, 1945, 8 pp.
      [WN#12925]
      Report on the outstanding achievements of the Italian Section, SI, since its
      inception in March 1942, in Italy, Sicily and Albania, ca. September 1943, 4 pp.
      [WN#12926]
      Memorandum relating to SI Labor Project No. 7, involving use of the facilities of
      the International Transport Workers Federation to help organize information
      channels from enemy and occupied countries, April 12, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#12927]
      Summary of SI projects in the Near East and Middle East, April 6, 1945, ca. 15
      pp. [WN#12928]
      Reports from X-2, Italy relating to Plan CAESAR, February 1946, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#12929]
      Memo regarding X-2 history, March 4, 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12929]
      X-2, Italy report on the municipal gambling casino at Campione, February 22,
      1946, 9 pp. [WN#12929]
      Records relating to Russian-Yugoslav relations, 1940-1941, (SIME reports).
      Information from 1946, ca. 40 pp. [WN#12929]
      Report on the Funkabwehr, relating to German counter espionage, March 8, 1946,
      44 pp. [WN#12929]

308   Paris, France, SI Branch memorandum discussing whether or not to maintain
      contact with the Habsburgs, June 28, 1945, 1 p. [WN#12098]
      Records by, and relating to, Herbert E. Goossens, who claimed to be an associate
      of German diplomat turned American spy, Fritz Kolbe, ca. April 1945, 17 pp.
      [WN#13009 and WN#13012]
      Paris, France, X-2 Branch records by, and relating to, French double agent August
      Pierre Gilbert Adler, a.k.a. PEGASUS (Pegase), ca. October 1944 – July 1945, ca.
      300 pp. [WN#13013]
      Paris, France, X-2 Branch records relating to agents and operations, ca. August
      1944 – July 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#13014 – WN#13030]

309   Intelligence Outline for World Coverage by SSU” 27 pp. Report with maps. n.d.;
      “The Strategic Services Unit Outline Plan with Appendices,” November 29, 1945;
      and related planning documents, 1945-1946. [WN#13154-WN#13156]

310   Lists of code names of sources and sub-sources from the SI Branch, India Burma
      Theater, March 14, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#10802]
      Lists of source names from the SI Branch, Detachment 101 in Burma, March 29,
      1945, 5 pp. [WN#10803]
      Pseudonym lists for the Albanian, Austrian, Czechoslovakian, Greek, Hungarian,
      Labor, Romanian, and Yugoslavian desks, ca. June 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#10804]
      Report on Iraqi – French relations, October 30, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#10805]
      Plan for post-war secret intelligence operations in Japan, ca. 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#10810]
Plan for post-war secret intelligence operations in India – Burma and Southeast
Asia, ca. 1945, 100 pp. [WN#10811]
Plan for post-war secret intelligence operations in the Far East, ca. 1945, 90 pp.
[WN#10812]
Memo regarding the organization for gathering intelligence on nuclear research
and related subjects, May 6, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#10814]
Memo on Operation Tulip, dealing with Dutch Intelligence, June 24, 1946, 5 pp.
[WN#10815]
Activity Report of X-2 Paris, France, January 1, 1945, 12 pp. [WN#10818]
Report of an inspection tour of SCI - France, November 2, 1944, 5 pp.
[WN#10819]
Fortnightly report of the D.S.M. liaison officer to the Chief, X-2, Paris, France,
October 30, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#10820]
Activity Reports of X-2 Paris, France, September 1-October 20, 1944, ca. 30 pp.
[WN#10822 – WN#10823]
History of the 69th SCI Unit [an X-2 Team in France] August 1, 1945.
[WN#10824]
Records relating to the Foghorn case, regarding contraband traffic between
Switzerland and Germany, April 4, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#10825]
Memorandum on Czechoslovakian penetration plans, August 23, 1944, 2 pp.
[WN#10827]
Political Report on Rumania, June 5, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#10828]
Memorandum from Bangkok, Thailand on the FLOWER Operation, March 1,
1946, 2 pp. [WN#10829]
Memorandum from the temporary American military mission in Bucharest,
Rumania on operational matters and miscellaneous items of intelligence,
September 15, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#10830]
SSU Mission to Austria’s monthly progress reports for May 1946, 12 pp.
[WN#10831]
Plan for proposed organization of special operations located in foreign countries,
July 9, 1946, 24 pp. [WN#10832]
Report on Yugoslav approaches to Austria on irredentist problems, June 25, 1946,
1 p. [WN#10836]
Political Report on Persia [Iran], June 27, 1946, 1 p. [WN#10837]
SSU China monthly report, July 3, 1946, ca. 40 pp. [WN#10838]
Memorandums relating to the intelligence opportunities presented by the 160,000
Polish allied troops refusing to return to Poland, May and July 1946, 3 pp.
[WN#10840]
List of agents and principal informants from Amzon, July 11, 1946, 1 p.
[WN#10841]
Memorandums relating to regularizing payments to the Basque Organization in
New York, July 1944, 3 pp. [WN#11867]
Report from the OSS Mediterranean Command’s Finance and Fiscal Branch for
April 1 – 15, 1945, 11 pp. [WN#11868]
History of the financing of resistance under the auspices of CLNAI, March 14,
1945, 13 pp. [WN#11868]
      Information on resistance movement in North Africa, July-October 1942, ca. 100
      pp. [WN#11870]
      Memorandum to the Director, OSS from the Chief, Italian Division, SI, MEDTO,
      on relations with SIM, June 21, 1945, 5 pp. [WN11873]
      Records relating to Project YAK, to investigate economic, political, and social
      conditions in Tibet, ca. September – November 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#11876]
      X-2 Branch reports from source Partridge relating to developments in France, ca.
      March – June 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#11877]

311   X-2 Branch reports from sources Francesca and Paolo relating to France, Spain,
      and Portugal, ca. June – August 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#11878]
      X-2 Branch information on France, including from source Partridge, ca. May-
      August 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#11879 – WN#11889]
      Black Reports and related records sent to the Director’s Office for dissemination,
      ca. November 1943 – March 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#11890]
      Memorandum on finances for the Sioux Group, which was to conduct MO
      operations against Germany and the Nazi quislings in Norway and Denmark,
      December 9, 1943, 1 p. [WN#12465]
      Memorandum decrying the treatment that OSS has received from Mrs. Frances
      Shipley of the State Department, December 1, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#12467]
      Memorandum to the Director, OSS regarding dealings between Remington Rand,
      Inc., James Henry Rand III, and Leo Stanfield with OSS, October 12, 1942, 3 pp.
      [WN#12469]
      Gripsholm information, 1942, ca. 40 pp. [WN#12473 and WN#12937]
      Information on OSS Representation in Russia, September 1942 – January 1943,
      ca. 20 pp. [WN#12493 and WN#12940]
      Special report on activities of the French SI Desk, ca. May 1944, 49 pp.
      [WN#12497]
      Report on the activities of SI/ETO, November 6, 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12499]
      SSU, X- 2 Branch, monthly activity report, April 1946, 7 pp. [WN#12930]
      Report, SSU/X-2 Counterintelligence Summary No. 10, June 4, 1946, 12 pp.
      [WN#12930]
      X-2, Italy report regarding Plan CAESAR, April 20, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#12930]
      Memorandum from the China Theater relating to interaction with the Manhattan
      Engineer District and the RAMONA Project, April 25, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#12930]
      Memorandum relating to the High Commissariat for Atomic Energy in France,
      April 18, 1946, 1 p. [WN#12930]
      Memorandum and related records regarding a proposed plan for combined
      intelligence operations in Lebanon-Syria, April – June 1946, 5 pp. [WN#12930]
      Italian Desk monthly activity report for May 1946; June 12, 1946, 7 pp.
      [WN#12930]
      Memorandum from X-2, Great Britain [BB], discussing “various items which are
      somewhat difficult to deal with in separate communications,” May 8, 1946, 21 pp.
      [WN#12930]
      X-2, Italy brief for preliminary interrogation of OZNA agents, March 1946, 10
      pp. [WN#12930]
      Report on Running of Controlled Enemy Agents in 21 Army Group Area During
      Period July 1944 to May 1945, September 30, 1945, 70 pp. [WN#12930]
      Records relating to an SI Project (“S” Project) in China, including the Shanghai
      Evening Post and Mercury, July 1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#12931]
      Records relating to current and possible future actions of the Special Funds
      Division, May – August 1946, ca. 15 pp. [WN#12933]
      Records relating to the matter of a subsidy for the Portuguese newspaper, O Sol,
      February – March 1943, 5 pp. [WN#12935]

312   Records relating to SO – SOE cooperation in the Middle East and elsewhere,
      February 1943, 7 pp. [WN#12601]
      Memorandum describing the organization of London, England SO, January 11,
      1943, 4 pp. [WN#12602]
      Report on OSS in China, n.d., ca. 1945, 13 pp. [WN#12607]
      London, England, SO Branch records relating to the Basque Project, ca. February
      – July 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12609]
      Memorandums relating to counter-measures against potential German resistance,
      including a memorandum from William Donovan to SHAEF, April - May, 1945,
      12 pp. [WN#12610 – WN#12612]
      Memo on mission of the MO Branch, OSS ETO, n.d., 2 pp. [WN#12613]
      Records relating to BRADDOCK II, which involved Allied planes dropping
      incendiary devices to foreign workers, March 1945, 7 pp. [WN#12614 –
      WN#12615]
      Report on events that led to the disposal of the EUCALYPTUS Mission, October
      17, 1944, 11 pp. [WN#12616]
      Reports on French resistance organizations, ca. 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12617 –
      WN#12619]
      Report on French activities along the Italian border, February 27, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#12620]
      Letter to General Donovan explaining how the Turks may have known that their
      diplomatic code had been broken, April 5, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#12622]
      Monthly Reports of Branches Administrative Services, March – April 1945, 31
      pp. [WN#12625 and WN#12627]
      SI Branch organization chart, ca. September 1945, 1 p. [WN#12628]
      Memorandums relating to an FBI request for information about the purchase of
      1500 rolls of 35mm film by the Office of the Coordinator of Information in 1942,
      October 17, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#12631]
      Report from the OSS Mediterranean Command’s Finance and Fiscal Branch for
      April 1 – 15, 1945, 11 pp. [WN#12633]
      Memorandums relating to obtaining data on Far Eastern industry from American
      business firms, July 1944, 3 pp. [WN#12634]
      Special Activities Branch list of agents overseas, n.d., 4 pp. [WN#12639]
      History of the financing of resistance under the auspices of CLNAI, and related
      records, March 14, 1945, 16 pp. [WN#12640]
      Memorandum of meeting between Colonel Donovan, Colonel Buxton, and
      Lieutenant Colonel Eddy relating to North Africa and other matters, August 21,
      1942, 17 pp. [WN12641]
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan relating to radio monitoring in Liberia, July
      21, 1942, 1 p. [WN#12642]
      Summary report on West Africa for Colonel Donovan, July 29, 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#12643]
      Reports on OSS activities in Liberia and British West Africa, October 26, 1942,
      10 pp. [WN#12644]
      Director’s Office records relating to OSS activities in Dakar, French West Africa,
      May – August 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12645]
      Memo to General Donovan and others regarding British-American relations in
      West Africa, May 1943, 2 pp. [WN#12649]
      Memorandum to General Donovan relating to the operational plan for Lourenco
      Marques, May 13, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#12650]
      Records relating to plan BEATRIX, for penetration of the Azores, ca. January –
      March 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12942]
      Records relating to plan ADELINE, involving the purchase of the S.S. Olivia to
      provide service to the Cape Verde Islands and other places, ca. January – August
      1942, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12943]
      Information received from, and records relating to coordination with, the British,
      ca. January – July 1942, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12945]
      Information on OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit, ca. April – June 1943, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#12946]
      History of the Counter Intelligence War Room, a.k.a. SHAEF G-2 Counter
      Intelligence War Room, for March 1 – November 1, 1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#12948]
      Information on X-2 covers, 1943-1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12949]
      Camp 020: Interim Report on the Case of Joseph Ledebur, ca. November 1944,
      ca. 150 pp. [WN#12950]

313   Paris, France records relating to Operation FREDERICK, ca. November 1944 –
      February 1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13037]
      Paris, France records relating to Operation FOGHORN, relating to German
      contraband freight traffic between Switzerland and Spain, ca. January 1944 – May
      1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13042]
      Paris, France records relating to double agent GOON, ca. February – July 1945,
      ca. 100 pp. [WN#13044]
      M.I.5: Interim Interrogation Report on the Case of Josef Andre Gobin, spy name
      “Mady,” and Mathilde Gobin, January 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#13161]
      Director’s Office records relating to the appointment of a special representative of
      the President to West Africa headquarters in Accra, October 1942 – January 1943,
      7 pp. [WN#13551]
      Semi-monthly reports on partisan operations, 8th Army Detachment and Maritime
      Unit, Company D, September 10-December 7, 1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13552]
      Director’s Office correspondence and other records with Edward Allen, OSS
      representative for Seattle, Washington and the Alaska area, ca. June – September
      1942, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13553]
      Director’s Office copy of a report on Anglo-Italian relations, November 21, 1943,
      4 pp. [WN#13554]
      Director’s Office copy of a report on Naples and Italian politics, ca. November
      1943, 1 p. [WN#13555]
      Director’s Office copy of a report, and related records, on the military
      significance of political conditions in Rome, Italy, ca. February – March 1944, ca.
      30 pp. [WN#13556 – WN#13557]. A copy of the report was sent to US President
      Franklin Roosevelt. A portion of the report relates to the Vatican, including the
      story of a Black American officer being helped by the Vatican Ethiopian
      Legation.
      Memorandum to the Director of Strategic Services relating to the formation in
      Italy of Intelligence “B,” to deal with “all intelligence collection of post-
      combattant [sic] interest,” March 17, 1944, 2 p. [WN#13558]
      Memorandum to the Director of Strategic Services regarding German occupied
      Italy, March 16, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#13559]
      Director’s Office copies of messages, pamphlets and a report sent to US President
      Franklin Roosevelt by Italian Prime Minister Ivanoe Bonomi, ca. June – October
      1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13560]. The report is Italy: Developments Dating from
      Armistice Negotiations.
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan describing the training provided in British
      military schools, June 22, 1942, 5 pp. [WN#13566]
      Report sent to Colonel Donovan regarding the functions and requirements of
      SAB, London, September 8, 1942, 16 pp. [WN#13567]. Contains information of
      relations with British government sources, refugee government sources, US
      Government officials, and US military and naval attaches.
      Report to General Donovan from Major Hoffman on China, Indo China, and
      Thailand, February 22, 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13568]

314   Steering Division brief on military production and research, July 15, 1946, 5 pp.
      [WN#10844]
      Report regarding Pauley Mission to Harbin, Manchuria, July 8, 1946, 21 pp.
      [WN#10844]
      Memo regarding TASS News Agency in Greece, July 26, 1946, 4 pp.
      [WN#10844]
      Memo relating to Florin Becescu, covering period September 1945-January 1946,
      1 p. [WN#10844]. Noted that his cover name was Florin Georgescu, and that he
      was chief of the Counter-Espionage Section of the Rumanian Special Service of
      Information (SSI) and had been with that organization since 1933. Also noted that
      before the armistice of August 23, 1944, he was a rabid anti-Communist and that
      he had organized an anti-Communist exhibit in Bucharest in 1944, purportedly
      based on Russian atrocities. Also, that the Russians and Rumanian communists
      wanted to try him as a war criminal but that the matter was dropped when the
British and US Missions argued that he had rendered assistance to them. He was
allowed to keep his post and was now trying to penetrate the US Mission.
Memorandums from Austria providing code names and numbers, July and August
1946, 7 pp. [WN#10844]
SCI/Austria progress reports for June 1946, 4 pp. [WN#10844]
SSU/X-2 counter-intelligence summary, July 1, 1946, 16 pp. [WN#10844]
SSU counter-intelligence summary, August 1, 1946, 16 pp. [WN#10844]
Memorandum from the Acting Chief of FBL providing a brief of operations
(active and pending) against the Soviets, July 24, 1946, 1 p. [WN#10844]
SSU Italy progress reports on Plan CAESAR, July 1946, 8 pp. [WN#10844]
Memorandum from Amzon with code names of agents and principal informants,
July 17, 1946, 1 p. [WN#10844]
Four SSU reports relating to uranium ore in Chine, June 1946, 6 pp. [WN#10844]
SSU Intelligence Brief No. 4, July 12, 1946, 3 pp. Pertains to gathering
information on Soviet forces in Germany and Russian-held territory. The
cryptonym Gail it was noted was to be used for top priority targets [WN#10844]
Report on German secret military activities in Spain during World War II, July
1946, ca. 15 pp. [WN#10844]
Memo regarding Russian interferences in the Radium Institute, Vienna, Austria,
June 29, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#10844]
X-2 China Report regarding Atomic research by Chinese government, June 21,
1946, 3 pp. [WN#10844]
X-2 China Report regarding Atomic research in China during and after the war,
June 24, 1946, 7 pp. [WN#10844]
Memorandum with recommendations for future activities of the Special Funds
Division, August 12, 1946, 7 pp. [WN#10844]
Report from Austria on Operation BINGO, July 1946, 3 pp. [WN#10844]
SAINT, Austria report of station activities for July 1946, 7 pp. [WN#10844]
Report from Austria on the SYBILLE case, August 15, 1946, 11 pp. [WN#10844]
Records with suggestions for possible covers for operations in China, June and
August 1946, 10 pp. [WN#10844]
Memorandum from Copenhagen, Denmark on Project A, to obtain intelligence
from Denmark, Poland, the Baltic States, the Russian zone, and Russia, August 9,
1946, 3 pp. [WN#10844]
Memorandum on the strength of the Red Army, July 30, 1946, 1 p. [WN#10844]
Memorandum on target priorities for Central Europe, August 2, 1946, 6 pp.
[WN#10844]
Report from China on intelligence objectives in the Northeast, Russian military
survey along South Manchurian Railway, and Russian policy in Manchuria and
Mongolia, July 10, 1946, 6 pp. [WN#10844]
Combined interrogation report on four deserters from the Yugoslav Army, July
22, 1946, 15 pp. [WN#10844]
Reports on developments in Greece, July 1946, 4 pp. [WN#10844]
Agreement between SSU Amzon and G-2 on “the scope of activity in the future
for the Security Control Branch as far as operations inside Germany are
concerned,” July 1946, 6 pp. [WN#10844]
Memorandum with concerns about SI, China, August 1, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#10844]
British report on George Wood, August 8, 1946, 1 p. [WN#10844]
Memorandum on the possibility of a revolt in Greece, August 16, 1946, 1 p.
[WN#10844]
Memorandum on the Polish I.S. archives in Italy, July 16, 1946, 1 p. [WN#10844]
Memo regarding intelligence activities in the USSR, August 13, 1946, 2 pp.
[WN#10844]
Report on plans for the destruction of the Secretariat in Jerusalem, Palestine by
members of the Stern Gang, July 24, 1946, 1 p. [WN#10844]
SSU Italy report on Plan MARASCHINO, relating to Yugoslavia, August 7,
1946, 20 pp. [WN#10844]
Memorandum on the increasing interest in SSU on the part of the Chinese, August
1, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#10844]
Reports on Chinese Intelligence plans to penetrate American installations in
Peiping, July 1946, 9 pp. [WN#10844]
British monthly intelligence review of the Middle East for June 1 – July 1, 1946,
6 pp. [WN#10844]
Copies of intercepted communications of the Polish 3rd Vice-Minister of National
Defense, ca. July 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#10844]
SSU X-2 China Monthly Status Report for July 1946, 5 pp. [WN#10844]
First Detailed interrogation report on Ivan Robeznik, relating to Yugoslavia, July
14, 1946, 60 pp. [WN#10844]
Report from X-2, Italy on the JA Group, June 1946, 21 pp. [WN#10845]
Memorandum with personal opinions regarding future intelligence activities in
the Federated Malaya States, December 29, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#10845]
Memorandum suggesting a potential base and cover for secret intelligence
operations in and from Thailand, n.d., 3 pp. [WN#10845]
Report on post-war intelligence activity in Java, March 11, 1946, 17 pp.
[WN#10845]
Memorandum on the status of the procurement of intelligence on the USSR by
SSU and major foreign secret intelligence services, July 11, 1946, 10 pp.
[WN#10845]
Guidance Schedule No. 1, presenting intelligence targets for various areas of the
world, July 15, 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#10845]
Letters to Brigadier General Edwin L. Sibert relating to the field of activity for
X-2 Branch, SSU, Mission to Germany, June 1946, 2 pp. [WN#10845]
Memorandum from China with information from field stations in regard to plans
for future operations, June 24, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#10845]
Reports of information received from Dr. T. V. Soong, President of the Executive
Yuan, Chinese Government, June 6, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#10845]
Memo regarding suggestions for postwar planning [Far East], September 12,
1945, 5 pp. [WN#10845]
Memo regarding conditions for intelligence operations in Singapore, Jan. 5, 1945,
7 pp. [WN#10845]
Administrative and historical information on the SSU and the Central Intelligence
Group (CIG), ca. 1945-1946, ca. 400 pp. [WN#10846 – WN#10848]
      Reports on accomplishments of the SI Branch, ca. 1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#10849]
      Review of the activities of the South Eastern European Section SA/B – SI for
      December 1941 – March 1943; October 23, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#10850]

315   Paris, France operations records, including reports by, and relating to, Rene
      Florentz, a.k.a. FLOWER, ca. September 1944 – July 1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#13045 – WN#13046]
      Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit, ca. 1942-1945, ca. 500 pp.
      [WN#12553]

316   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit ca. 1942-1945, ca. 800 pp.
      [WN#12554]
      Progress Report of the Eastern European Section, August 3, 1942, 6 pp.
      [WN#13101]
      The Service of the Church Within the Framework of the Resistance Movement
      Against the National Socialist Regime in Germany, September 1944, 17 pp.
      [WN#13103]
      Background data on French sources, ca. 1944 – 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#13104]

317   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit 1942-1945, [WN#12555]

318   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit 1942-1945, [WN#12556]

319   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit 1942-1945, [WN#12557]

320   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit 1942-1945, [WN#12558]

321   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit 1942-1945, [WN#12559]

322   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit 1942-1945, [WN#12560 and
      WN#13105 (beginning)]. Records include the London, England office file, and
      records of field representatives in China.

323   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit 1942-1945, [WN#13105
      (conclusion) – WN#13106 (beginning)]. Records include field representative
      reports from China, India, North Africa, and other countries; and records relating
      to IIU personnel.

324   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit 1942-1945, China office
      accounts, ca. 300 pp. [WN#13106 (conclusion)]
      List of Foreign Officers and Personalities with whom the various Branches OSS
      are in contact, n.d., 10 pp. [WN#13108]
      Summary of a meeting relating to SOE/OSS collaboration in the Middle East,
      July 28, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#13109]
      Minutes of a meeting between OSS & SOE relating to the Balkan countries, and
      clarifications, September and October 1943, 3 pp. [WN#13110]
Memorandum from General Donovan to Brigadier General John R. Deane,
proposing to accentuate the present subversive efforts in the Balkans, August 20,
1943, 14 pp. [WN#13111]
Correspondence between William Donovan and the Joint Chiefs of Staff
regarding the use of military personnel for OSS operations in neutral countries,
July – August 1943, 12 pp. [WN#13112 – WN#13113]
Director’s Office copies of records relating to arrangements between SOE and
OSS, January – March 1943, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13114]
Memorandum from William Donovan to the new Head of the OSS Mission,
Turkey, regarding the relationship between the OSS Mission, Turkey and the OSS
Middle East Survey Party, March 5, 1943, 1 p. [WN#13115]
Copies of correspondence between General Donovan and General Strong
pertaining to working arrangements between British SIS and OSS, March 1943,
ca. 15 pp. [WN#13117]
Notes on the Organization of Secret Departments (Written at the request of Brig.
–Gen. Donovan), September 12, 1943, 10 pp. [WN#13119]
Notes and opinions on the British Intelligence System, November 13, 1944, 4 pp.
[WN#13120]
Memorandum with suggestions for a post-war OSS intelligence project,
November 11, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#13121]
Memorandum for the Director, Strategic Services on a proposed future
intelligence system, August 14, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#13122]
Director’s Office records relating to the possible future use of foreign nationals
who worked for the OSS, November – December 1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13123]
Director’s Office records relating to the Joint Security Control, including
information on the handling and decoding of intercepted messages, and friction
between the FBI and OSS over obtaining “Spanish Material,” December 1942 –
February 1943, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13125]
Director’s Office records relating to the budget of the Insurance Intelligence Unit,
August 31 – September 1. 1944, 3 pp. [WN#13126]
Director’s Office records relating to payments to the J. Walter Thompson
Company in connection with MO’s MUSAC Project, July – August 1945, 9 pp.
[WN#13127]
Director’s Office records relating to financial arrangements for “Richard Lowe,”
operating under cover for SI in Iran, and payments to the Metropolitan Museum
of Art, April 1945, 4 pp. [WN#13130]
Director’s Office records relating to an evaluation of X-2 Branch projects, April
1945, 3 pp. [WN#13131]
Memorandum to General Donovan requesting permission to write off money
owed by Capt. Bruno G. Gennari, former sub-agent in Italy, June 15, 1944, 2 pp.
[WN#13133]
Director’s Office file of correspondence and other records exchanged with, and
information pertaining to, the British, ca. June 1941 – November 1945, ca. 300
pp. [WN#13134]
Communications Division diagram of SSU Circuits, January 22, 1946, 1 p.
[WN#13135]
      William Donovan’s file of letters received from Stanton Griffis, Chairman of the
      Executive Committee of Paramount Pictures, relating to Griffis’ OSS missions to
      England, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and other countries, 1942 – 1943, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#13136]
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan on the organization and functions of the
      British SOE, January 12, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#13137]
      Report to General Donovan about a trip to Gibraltar, November 18, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#13141]
      Memorandum discussing possible future cooperation with the Department of
      Commerce in light of “France Project #12,” May 21, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#13144]

325   Statements, expense accounts and other financial records of the International
      Insurance Unit, ca. February 1943 – January 1945, ca. 450 pp. [WN#12818 –
      WN#12819 and WN#12821]
      Report of Edgar Ansel Mowrer to William J. Donovan regarding mission to the
      Far East during the autumn of 1941, December 3, 1941, 57 pp. [WN#13146]
      Memorandum on the French Secret Service at the San Francisco Conference, May
      3, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#13150]
      List of SSU Missions and Stations, n.d., ca. 30 pp. [WN#13157]
      Memorandum regarding the British Foreign Office’s attitude toward the future of
      Central and Eastern Europe and relations with the USSR, February 15, 1943, 3
      pp. [WN#13159]
      Memorandum on British deception activities in the Far East, June 6, 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#13160]

326   Annotated index to communications related to foreign countries, ca. 1945, ca. 300
      pp. [WN#12830 – WN#12831]
      Records relating to a mission to West Africa (West African Points), June –
      September 1942, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12832]
      Records relating to the use of Pan American Airways as a cover organization, and
      a survey of its facilities, July – August 1942, ca. 40 pp. [WN#12833]
      Director’s Office copy of a report on British Intelligence in China, January 16,
      1945, 10 pp. [WN#13201]
      Director’s Office copies of records relating to agreements between OSS and SOE,
      ca. June – August 1942, ca. 50 pp. [WN#13202]
      Director’s Office copy of a report on the British SAB (Student Assessment
      Board), April 24, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#13203]
      Director’s Office records relating to work with, and information about, the
      Basques, ca. July 1942 – September 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13205]
      Director’s Office records relating to problems arising from, and information
      obtained during, photographer and publicist Therese Bonney’s mission to Finland,
      January – February 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13208]
      Memorandum regarding the reorganization of services in Morocco, October 31,
      1943, 4 pp. [WN#13210]
      Memorandum on a briefing program for SI agents in the Middle East, March 22,
      1944, 5 pp. [WN#13211]
      Lists of foreign representatives and important foreign personalities with whom the
      various outposts of OSS-ME were in contact, January and March 1944, 7 pp.
      [WN#13212]
      Report on the background and history of the P Case from Istanbul, Turkey,
      relating to attempts to obtain intelligence about Germany and elsewhere, and to
      support an anti-Nazi organization in Germany, from source “P,” October 19,
      1942, 15 pp. [WN#13213]
      Director’s Office copy of a report of OSS Special Detachment in Algiers, January
      1-February 19, 1943, 21 pp. [WN#13214]
      Letter to Colonel Donovan relating to a mission to North Africa, August 3, 1942,
      8 pp. [WN#13215]

327   Director’s Office records relating to the Western Continents Corporation and
      George H. Merten, ca. March – April 1944, 5 pp. [WN#13216]
      Director’s Office copy of a report on British Intelligence in Greece, January 7,
      1942, 13 pp. [WN#13217]
      Director’s Office copy of intelligence received from Jackpot II concerning
      Germany, August 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#13218]
      Director’s Office copy of Exhibit “B,” the organization and activities of the Secret
      Intelligence Branch, July 17, 1942, 23 pp. [WN#13219]
      Director’s Office copies of information regarding OSS dealings with the
      Hungarian Chiefs of Staff, 1943-1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13221]
      Director’s Office copies of OSS China MO plans, September 1943, ca. 40 pp.
      [WN#13222]
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan outlining the work done by the General
      Counsel’s Office for the week ending August 8, 1942, 5 pp. [WN#13226]
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan regarding the freezing of paper stocks made in
      enemy-controlled countries, February 19, 1943, 1 p. [WN#13231]
      Director’s Office copies of records relating to French businessman and activist
      Lemaigre Dubreuil, January 1943, 7 pp. [WN#13232]
      Director’s Office copies of records, including a letter from FBI Director J. Edgar
      Hoover, relating to the Spanish Government’s reaction to the film For Whom the
      Bells Toll, May and June 1942, 10 pp. [WN#13237]
      Director’s Office copies of memorandums relating to joint OSS-French radio
      counterintelligence projects in French North Africa and Morocco, January and
      April 1944, 3 pp. [WN#13238]
      Director’s Office copies of records relating to the possibility of establishing
      Direction Finding (DF) operations in China, May – June 1945, 5 pp. [WN#13239]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch memorandum on relations with the Austrian Group in
      Rome, September 12, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#13377]
      Director’s Office copies of records relating to plans for obtaining intelligence
      through the Vatican, November – December 1944, 10 pp. [WN#13380]
      Director’s Office copy of a letter describing the Siam situation, August 11, 1943,
      2 pp. [WN#13383]
      Memorandum to General Donovan regarding developments relating to the use of
      the phrase “Police Unit” for counter espionage groups operating under SACO,
      January 29, 1944, 15 pp. [WN#13384]
      Memos re OSS operations, Stockholm [Sweden], by WILHO TIKANDER, OSS
      Chief in Stockholm, and Calvin B. HOOVER, SI Branch Chief in HQ, for Central
      Europe and Scandinavia, 1 roll of 35mm microfilm and ca. 150 pp. printed from
      the microfilm, [WN#13386]
      Memorandum to General Donovan on the winding up of operations in, and the
      personnel of, OSS, Sweden, May 21, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#13388?]
      Director’s Office copies of translations, and related records, of a memorandum
      prepared by an officer of the Finnish General Staff on Russian tactics and the
      counter-measures used against them, September – December 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#13388]

328   Director’s Office copies of reports and correspondence of the Labor Desk, 1943-
      1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13302 – WN#13305]
      Director’s Office copy of a report concerning South America, obtained from
      Jacob Landau, Secretary and Managing Director of the Overseas News Agency,
      Inc., and related records, November – December 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13306]
      Director’s Office copy of a letter from Douglas H. Allen, President of the Rubber
      Development Corporation, analyzing the causes of the deterioration of the US
      position in Latin America, September 15, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#13307]
      Director’s Office copy of the report, Latin-American Attitudes toward the United
      States, as observed in the United States Quarantine and Detention Station in
      Balboa, C.Z. [Canal Zone], ca. March 1944, 7 pp. [WN#13309]
      Director’s Office copy of a report on South American business with Africa and
      Spain, n.d., 2 pp. [WN#13310]
      Director’s Office copy of a report prepared by Italian Socialist leader Ignazio
      Silone on the situation in Italy, and related records, September – November 1944,
      ca. 20 pp. [WN#13313]
      Director’s Office copy of a draft plan for Italian-Swiss SI operations, n.d., 3 pp.
      [WN#13314]
      Director’s Office copy of a S.I.M. report on armed bands in Northern Italy,
      August 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13315]
      Memorandum to the Director, OSS on the APPLE Mission to Crete, November 4,
      1944, 7 pp. [WN#13316]
      Director’s Office copies of records relating to Italy, including a report on German
      intelligence activities, March – April 1944, 11 pp. [WN#13317 and WN#13318]
      Director’s Office copy of a memo on Italian trends, and related records, January –
      March 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#13319]
      Director’s Office records relating to the Mazzini Society, ca. March – August
      1942, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13501]
      Memo regarding relations between OSS Sofia, Bulgaria and the Russian High
      Command, October 2, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#13503]
      Memo from William J. Donovan to the President regarding conditions in
      Budapest, Hungary, February 22, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#13504]
      Memo from William J. Donovan to the Joint Chiefs of Staff regarding British-
      Russian relationship in Bulgaria, October 28, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#13505]
      Memo regarding Bulgarian intelligence situation, July 25, 1944, 6 pp.
      [WN#13506]
      Letter from King Michael of Rumania to President Roosevelt, with attachments,
      February 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13511]
      Memo from William J. Donovan to the President regarding evacuating Polish
      intelligence service personnel from Rumania, October 5, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#13511]
      Cables relating to Rumania, October-November 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13514-
      WN#13522]
      Correspondence relating to Latin America, September 1944, ca. 40 pp.
      [WN#13523]
      Memo relating to establishing contacts with Catholic units in Germany for the
      maintenance of social order after the military defeat of the Nazis, December 12,
      1944, 3 pp.[WN#13525]
      Notes of E.C.H. Jr., December 24, 1942-March 21, 1943 regarding his activities
      in North Africa, 107 pp. Also additional diary entries for January-March 1943, ca.
      40 pp.WN#13530-WN#13531]
      Records regarding Vichy France secret service in Iraq, December 1942 – January
      1943, 4 pp. [WN#13534]
      Director’s Office copy of ETOUSA, OSS, SO Training Section, BAYSWATER
      Reports, July 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#13540]
      Memo regarding the OSS in North Africa, March 24, 1943, 14 pp. [WN#13542]
      Director’s Office records relating to OSS subsidies for the Portuguese newspaper
      O Sol, August 1942 – February 1943, ca. 10 pp. [WN#13543]

329   Director’s Office reports relating to Japan, August 1942, 3 pp. [WN#10887]
      Report of X-2 disseminations to other Washington, DC agencies, n.d., ca. 1945,
      14 pp. [WN#10891]
      Lists of names of persons used as informants in China [BH], with symbol
      numbers, October 1946, 3 pp. [WN#10892 – WN#10893]
      Middle East Monthly Intelligence Review, August 1 – September 1, 1946, 7 pp.
      [WN#10894]
      X-2 ESD 44 activities report-China, September 15-October 15, 1946, 8 pp.
      [WN#10895]
      Director’s Office records relating to the activities of Czechoslovakians in the
      U.S., including correspondence with J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the FBI, ca
      January 1942 – April 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#10896 – WN#10898]
      Insurance Intelligence Division records relating to the [Stewart B.] HOPPS
      Project, ca. September 1942 – August 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12822 and
      WN#12824]
      Insurance Intelligence Division records of L.C. Irvine (Bert), ca. January 1943 –
      September 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12826]
      Insurance Intelligence Division records of George “Bud” Adams relating to
      China, ca. May 1943 – June 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12828]
330   SI Branch records relating to sending funds to, and the situation in, Albania, 1943
      – 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13077 – WN#13079]
      Summary of decisions, directives, and advice received after the Director’s visit to
      the Mediterranean Theater, February 3, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#13084]
      Report on Iberian Peninsula Project #1, to activate a clandestine intelligence
      network based in Lisbon, Portugal, ca. 1945, 4 pp. [WN#13086]
      Memorandum on the possible use of the facilities of the International Telephone
      & Telegraph Company in the Iberian Peninsula, December 21, 1943, 1 p.
      [WN#13089]
      Report on the BERKO Espionage Group No. 1 in Buenos Aires, Argentina,
      October 16, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#13089]
      Report on Japanese in Europe, including translations of messages, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#13090]
      “Story of Detachment ‘F’ in France,” 1945. 52 pp. [WN#13095]
      Report on experiences of a “reliable American” who traveled through Communist
      areas of North China, July 31, 1943, 20 pp. References to the Japanese treatment
      of internees at Peking, the Puppet Government, conversations with Mao Tze Tung
      (sic), Koreans serving in the Chinese Communist Army, Communist-Kuomintang
      relations, possibilities of civil war, position of Chou En-Lai (sic), and attitude of
      Chiang Kai Shek. [WN#13099]
      Records relating to Paul Hagen, his “New Beginning” group, and plans to
      reestablish communications with the underground movement in Germany,
      Austria, and France, May 29, 1942, 5 pp. [WN#13100]
      Reports from OSS Burma, 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13252]
      Director’s Office records relating to the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit,
      including its creation and mission, ca. November 1942 – February 1944, ca. 50
      pp. [WN#13254]
      Director’s Office memorandums summarizing conversations with Adrien Tixier,
      head of the Fighting French delegation in the U.S., June 1942 and February 1943,
      6 pp. [WN#13257 and WN#13267]
      Director’s Office records regarding assistance to Ethiopia, August 1943, 6 pp.
      [WN#13260]
      Memorandum to Director, SSU concerning cooperation with the Department of
      State in the matter of the Swiss, U.S., British, and French negotiations to recover
      German assets in Switzerland, April 15, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#13263]
      Director’s Office records relating to a proposal for subsidizing a pro-U.S.
      publication in Argentina, April – June 1943, 7 pp. [WN#13269]
      Memorandum on the operations, personnel, and liquidation of the London,
      England MO Branch, August 29, 1945, ca. 35 pp. [WN#13404]
      Memo regarding miscellaneous matters concerning OSS Missions in Scandinavia
      based on U.K., July 30, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#13406]
      Memorandum on the SI objectives for the KITTEN Mission to Norway, March
      19, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#13407]
      Description of microfilmed OSS records included in WN#13410, in box 331,
      [WN#13409]
331   Microfilmed records from London, England relating to the SUSSEX Plan, two
      rolls of 35mm microfilm, [WN#13410]
      Lists of contacts from the London Desk, the “Siam,” “Nimes,” and “Peter,” lists,
      January 22, 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13411]
      Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit, including personnel records and
      reports from Spain, ca. December 1942 – July 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#13116
      (beginning)]

332   Financial reports, correspondence, and other records of the OSS Insurance
      Intelligence Unit, ca. 1942 – 1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#13116 (conclusion)]

333   Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit, ca. 1942 – 1945, ca. 800 pp.
      [WN#13118]

334   Correspondence and reports regarding Rumania, 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#13180]
      Memos regarding Central Intelligence Group activities in Berlin, Germany,
      September-October 1946, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13164]
      SI-Italian and Albanian Section Report on Operations Activities and Political and
      Economic Intelligence, August 1-31, 1945. [WN#13186]
      Report on Iran, Aug. 16, 1941, 25 pp. [WN#13183]

335   Director’s Office records relating to the French Mission, ca. November 1942 –
      January 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13190]
      Memo from British Security Coordination to William J. Donovan regarding the
      Chinese political situation, March 2, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#10467]
      Director’s Office records relating to Pan American Airways, ca. February – June
      1942, ca. 75 pp. [WN#10472]
      Director’s Office records relating to obtaining information about Japan, Korea,
      and other countries from Rotary International, December 1944 – January 1945, 4
      pp. [WN#10473]
      Director’s Office copy of a letter to the Security Bank Note Company authorizing
      the “reproduction of certain notes,” March 2, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#10474]
      Director’s Office records relating to payments to the Basque Organization in New
      York, July 1944, 3 pp. [WN#10475]
      Report of OSSSU Detachment 202 regarding SACO [Sino-American Cooperative
      Organization] activities in China Theater, February 6, 1945, 13 pp. [WN#10476]
      Report on Tai Li operations in China, June 26, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#10477]
      Information on Claw Operation, July 1945, ca. 20 pp. Relates to interrogation of
      36 Germans who had monitored in Scandinavian Russian radio services.
      [WN#10489-WN#10490]
      Records relating to, and information about France obtained from, Albert Grand,
      editor of France Speaks, ca. July – October 1942, ca. 75 pp. [WN#10491]
      Records relating to Bulgarian émigré leader Kosta Todoroff (or Todorov), ca.
      February 1942 – March 1944, 25 pp. [WN#10494]
      Over-All and Special Programs for Strategic Services Activities Based on France
      (Post-Hostilities), August 23, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#10497]
      Over-All and Special Programs for Strategic Services Activities Based on Great
      Britain (Post-Hostilities), August 23, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#10497]
      Over-All and Special Programs for Strategic Services Intelligence Activities in
      Southeast Europe Based on Washington, June 29, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#10497]
      Over-All and Special Programs for Strategic Services Intelligence Activities in
      Italy Based on Washington, June 29, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#10497]
      Counterespionage Field Manual, January 8, 1945, 50 pp. [WN#10498]
      Over-All and Special Strategic Services Programs for the Balkans, Based on
      Istanbul, Turkey, November 5, 1943, 13 pp. [WN#10498]

336   Suggested special plan for SI activities in Northern Sumatra, June 13, 1944, 13
      pp. [WN#10499]
      Memo regarding comments on special program for Strategic Services activities in
      the Iberian Peninsula, March 30, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#14168]
      Memo regarding Greek leaders in the United States, June 4, 1942, 4 pp.
      [WN#14174]

337   Memo to the Joint Chiefs of Staff from William J. Donovan, “OSS: Its Functions,
      Conception, Organization and Operations,” ca. 1942, 82 pp. [WN#11895]
      Correspondence and reports regarding Ireland, 1941-1943 [WN#11896]
      Correspondence and reports regarding Irish-Americans, 1941 [WN#11896]

338   Report on intelligence organizations in Australia, May 11, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#13276]
      Memorandum summarizing a discussion with Mr. Berle of the State Department
      regarding the group Austrian Action, and policies and concerns about national
      committees in the U.S., March 27, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#13277]
      Memorandum to General Donovan regarding the need for a “religious approach”
      in SI, July 17, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#13278]
      Proposal for using airlines to collect intelligence, n.d., 7 pp. [WN#13279]
      Records relating to using psychological warfare against enemy industrial and
      financial interests, ca. February – April 1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#13280]
      Records summarizing an off-the-record interview with Lord Cranborne, the head
      of the British Delegation at San Francisco, May 1945, 11 pp. [WN#13284]
      List of “SSU stations to which outgoing cables may be dispatched, together with
      special identifying names required in certain instances,” April 29, 1946, 4 pp.
      [WN#13286]
      Memoranda relating to the censorship of OSS communications, July and August,
      1942, 5 pp. [WN#13289]
      Memorandum regarding people reported to be interested in the Particularist
      German Movement, September 23, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#13292]
      Report on the German intelligence services, October 10, 1943, 14 pp.
      [WN#13293]
      Memorandum to President Roosevelt describing conditions in Berlin, Germany,
      April 3, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#13294]
      Records relating to OSS work with former German diplomat Gottfried
      Treviranus, ca. October 1942 – October 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13295]
      First report to William Donovan from filmmaker Armand Denis in Leopoldville,
      Belgian Congo, March 5, 1942, 13 pp. [WN#13296]
      Correspondence and other records of Colonel Donovan regarding contact in the
      U.S. with personnel of the French intelligence service’s Fifth (Cinquieme)
      Bureau, ca. October 1942 – January 1943, 17 pp. [WN#13297]
      Records from the BRUTUS Project, consisting largely of records obtained
      without the knowledge of, but also relating to the OSS relationship with, General
      Giacomo Carboni, head of the Italian Intelligence Agency SIM, ca. 1940 – March
      1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#13298]
      Records from Plan DAGGER, which led to the recovery of high level Italian
      government documents relating to North Africa and other topics; and from Plan
      SUGEN, which led to the return of objects looted by Italy from Ethiopia, ca.
      February 1945 – June 1946, ca. 75 pp. [WN#13299]
      Memorandum outlining economic intelligence requirements on the USSR, August
      6, 1946, 12 pp. [WN#13300]
      Interim Study and other records relating to the Russian intelligence service, ca.
      August – October 1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#13301 and WN#13326]
      Brief outlining required information on travel control and document intelligence
      on the USSR, September 12, 1946, 8 pp. [WN#13327]
      Preliminary Brief on penetration of Communist parties, October 14, 1946, 15 pp.
      [WN#13328]
      Records of the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit, ca.1943 – 1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#13329 – WN#13330]
      Memorandum relating to the sale of looted art works in Spain, February 13, 1945,
      5 pp. [WN#13331]
      Memoranda relating to investigations into German looting of Italian art, April
      1945, 6 pp. [WN#13332]

339   Records relating to the MUSAC Project, to record songs in German to be played
      to German troops over a black radio station in ETO, ca. July 1944 – April 1945,
      ca. 40 pp. [WN#12835]
      Records relating to the mission, accomplishments, and budget of the Insurance
      Intelligence Unit, ca. July 1944 – January 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#12836 –
      WN#12837]
      Memorandum describing a dispute over the distribution of British MI-19 reports,
      November 21, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#12838]
      Report on the briefing of the first four American SUSSEX teams, April 12, 1944,
      3 pp. [WN#12848]
      Director’s Office records relating to Project MCGREGOR, ca. October 1943 –
      August 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#12852]
      Report on the OSS in Turkey, September 1, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#12854]
      Report on the New York Office of the Director of Strategic Services, July 7,
      1942, ca. 40 pp. [WN#12861]
      Report regarding a conversation with Stalin regarding the Polish Problem, 1944,
      ca. 25 pp. [WN#12864]
      Letter discussing a plan to have a skeletal Swedish SOE-SO organization already
      in place in case Germany attacked Sweden, May 12, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#12865]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch progress report of the BONIN Project, concerning
      intelligence for use in the Far East, September 19, 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12868]
      Caserta Italy, SI Branch reports and other records relating to developments in
      Italy written by, and records relating to, Italian and American labor activist
      Serafino Romualdi, ca. October 1944 – April 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#12869]

340   Director’s Office copy of a letter describing developments in Iran, November
      1942, 3 pp. [WN#12008]
      Director’s Office records of information provided by, and relating to, Quaker
      activist Malcolm R. Lovell, concerning Germany and Japan, ca. September 1941
      – July 1942, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12009]. Includes a November 1941 memo from
      William J. Donovan to President Roosevelt in which Donovan wrote “Japan is
      therefore forced to strike now, whether she wishes to or not.”
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan with a plan for sabotage in Portugal in case of
      invasion, April 6, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#12010]
      Information about breaking Japanese code and ciphers in Portugal, and related
      information on enemy codes and ciphers, 1943-1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12011]
      Records of the Caserta, Italy, SI Branch, including records of the GIULIANA
      and MALVINA Projects, ca. July 1944 – May 1945, ca. 500 pp. [WN#12870 –
      WN#12873]
      Memos and other records regarding intelligence in the Far East after the war,
      1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#13322-WN#13323]
      Memo regarding the future plans for a Cairo, Egypt Intelligence Headquarters,
      July 22, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#13324]
      Paper prepared by the Director of Naval Intelligence, Melbourne, on coast-
      watching in the Pacific area southwest, ca. 1943 - 1944, 3 pp. [WN#13325]
      Memo regarding the GOETHE Project to penetrate Germany directly from
      Sweden or by way of Denmark; and Mission SCHLITZ, to obtain military
      information on the Siegfried Line; October 2, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#13342]
      Memorandum on negotiations with the MFM (Magyar Fuggetlensegi Mozgalom
      or Hungarian Independence Movement) and developments in Hungary, April 17,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#13343]
      Mediterranean Command summaries of outstanding SI missions, including the
      MOLY operation in Hungary, April 17, 1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13343]
      Minutes of the ninth – eleventh meetings of the OSS Historical Committee,
      October 1944, 16 pp. [WN#13345]
      Memorandum on a trip to Delhi by a SEAC-C-IBT communications officer, April
      3, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#13346]
      Returnee Report of Lt. Nicholas R. Doman, SI/MEDTO, who served on the
      Reporting Board at Siena, Italy and who was in charge of the Hungarian Desk in
      Bari, Italy, June 15, 1945, 14 pp. [WN#13348]
      Returnee Report of Walter Lord, SI/ETO and Secretariat/London, August 24,
      1945, 11 pp. [WN#13351]
341   Correspondence and other Director’s Office records relating to the incorporation
      and auditing of the Post Mercury Corporation, and the publication of the
      Shanghai [China] Evening Post and Mercury, ca. October 1942 – December
      1945, ca. 600 pp. [WN#12012 – WN#12015]
      Report on MO in the North African and Western Mediterranean Theaters, ca.
      1944, 24 pp. [WN#13427]
      Information gained from the passengers of the Gripsholm regarding situation in
      Japan and the Far East, August 1942, 19 pp. [WN#13431]
      Memorandum to Secretary of State James F. Byrnes on developments in
      Japan following its surrender, September 19, 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13432]
      Reports with information obtained from Father Tennien of the Maryknoll Mission
      in China, December 1943 – February 1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13433]
      Director’s Office memorandums relating to Count Sforza and subsidies for the
      Mazzini Society, January 1942, 6 pp. [WN#13434]
      Memo for General Donovan regarding FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover’s complaints
      about the British violating agreements “under which they were to desist from
      active intelligence operations” in the U.S., and concerns in the Attorney General’s
      Office over increasing activity in the U.S. by the Polish Government-in-exile and
      Czechoslovakians, August 21, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#13435]
      Director’s Office records relating to controversy over an opinion poll targeting
      Polish-Americans, August 1943, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13435]
      Special Watch List of Suspicious or Potentially Suspicious Individuals Passed on
      to Censorship From the Foreign Nationalities Branch, OSS, ca. 1942, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#13436]
      Director’s Office memorandums relating to the need for coverage in Latin
      America following the FBI’s decision to withdraw from there, July - August
      1946, 5 pp. [WN#13437]

342   Memo on intelligence work in Arab countries, 22 September 1944, 10 pp.
      [WN#13353]
      Memorandum proposing a division of liaison functions in London, England
      between the OSS and the military attaché at the Embassy, August 5, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#13354]
      Director’s Office copy of a report on the necessity of SI, ETO to have direct
      contacts with Allied intelligence services, ca. September 1943, [WN#13355]
      Information on SSU, Austria, 1945 - 1946, ca. 25 pp. [WN#13357-WN#13359]
      Information on SSU Belgium, 1945 – 1946, ca. 10 pp. [WN#13360]
      Information on the status of SSU stations and missions, ca. November 1945 –
      June 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#13361]
      Letter to the Director, SSU describing a meeting with General Marshall regarding
      SSU operations in China, July 26, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#13362]
      Report on a visit to Nurnberg, Germany and Prague, Czechoslovakia by the Chief,
      SI in Germany, February 20, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#13363]
      Memorandum to the Director, SSU on the penetration of the U.S. Consulate
      General in Shanghai, China by Chinese intelligence agents, June 2, 1946, 2 pp.
      [WN#13364]
      Memorandum to the Chief, SI on Augur activities in North China, March 19,
      1946, 2 pp. [WN#13366]
      Records relating to the OSS/SSU Mission to Denmark, November 1945 –
      February 1946, ca. 12 pp. [WN#13367 – WN#13368]
      Mission and activities reports from Istanbul, Turkey, April – June 1946, 10 pp.
      [WN#13369]
      History of X-2 Branch, OSS, NETO, September 1, 1944 – March 15, 1945, 14 pp.
      [WN#13370]
      Istanbul, Turkey and Athens, Greece (NETO), X-2 Branch activities reports for
      August 1945, 10 pp. [WN#13370]
      SSU/NETO monthly progress reports—including reports from Athens, Greece
      and Istanbul, Turkey—October 1945 – May 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13370]
      Director’s Office records relating to OSS operations in the Mediterranean area,
      including records relating to getting money and other supplies to Italian partisans
      and SO-SOE integration, ca. October 1944 – July 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13371 –
      WN#13373]
      History of the Swiss Desk, SI Branch, MEDTO, 1945, 19 pp. [WN#13372]
      Roster of all OSS officer personnel, October 9, 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13438]

343   SSU Intelligence Targets, July 15, 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#13374]
      Memorandum and report to Director, SSU concerning a conference of SSU
      representatives held to discuss War Department plans for the coordination of
      intelligence activities in Europe and the Middle East, and other matters, June
      1946, 15 pp. [WN#13375]
      Memorandums on the Dutch intelligence services and Dutch personalities,
      January – March 1946, ca. 15 pp. [WN#13453]
      Memos regarding the SSU in Mukden, China, June – July 1946, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#13455]
      Memorandums relating to the MO Operation “Sauerkraut,” including possible
      security violations by former agents, and questions about the legality of the
      operation itself, January and March 1946, ca. 10 pp. [WN#13457]
      Director’s Office records relating OSS operations in SEAC, including records
      concerning organization of forces, ongoing operations, and coordination and
      friction between the British and the Americans, ca. September 1943 – February
      1946, ca. 175 pp. [WN#13458 – WN#13473]
      Outline for project for secret intelligence work in the Netherlands East Indies,
      March 11, 1943, 13 pp. [WN#13475]
      Director’s Office records relating to psychological warfare in the Netherlands
      East Indies and Southwestern Pacific, December 1942 – January 1943, 12 pp.
      [WN#13476]
      Director’s Office records relating to French resistance groups, including the
      Comite National des Corps Elus de la Republique, May – August 1944, ca. 40 pp.
      [WN#13478]. General Donovan sent some of the information to President
      Roosevelt.
      Report on possible penetration of OSS at Calcutta, India, May 6, 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#13479]
      Director’s Office file of comments by journalist Paul Scheffer on China,
      Germany, Japan and the U.S.S.R., ca. 1941-1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#13481]
344   Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to personnel; missions and teams,
      including GRAPEFRUIT, ASPARAGUS, CHESTNUT, and CROCUS; and other
      matters; ca. November 1943 – July 1945, ca. 600 pp. [WN#13762 – WN#13775,
      and WN#13971 – WN#13974]

345   Minutes of a meeting on the evacuation of American internees and escaped
      airmen in Switzerland, September 3, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#13412]
      Memorandums on staff organization of OSS in Bern, Switzerland, July 9, 1945,
      10 pp. [WN#13413]
      Report on field conditions in Greece, November 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#13414]
      Report on OSS activities on the West Coast, March 5, 1945, 22 pp. [WN#13419]
      Director’s Office records relating to the extent of Japanese and German
      information on the OSS, June – July 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#13422]
      Stockholm, Sweden cable regarding the personnel of the X-2 Branch, July 19,
      1945, 2 pp. [WN#13423]
      Memorandum to General Donovan on the reduction of the OSS budget, and
      related records, June 13, 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13425]
      Director’s Office records relating to the plan to purchase the steamship Olivia for
      use in the North Africa area, ca. January 1941 – January 1943, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#13601]
      Memorandum to Director, SSU relating to how War Department General Order
      #13 effects the Special Funds Division, June 26, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#13602]
      Memorandum to the Director, OSS on the necessity for a conference on policy
      affecting Africa Section, SI, August 5, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#13605]
      Progress Report of the British Empire Section, June 15, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#13606]
      Statistical Summary of SI, June 1, 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13607]
      Director’s Office records relating to an SI, Africa project concerning the Cape
      Verde Islands and the purchase of tuna fish, and other matters, March – May
      1943, 9 pp. [WN#13608]
      Director’s Office records relating to Spanish political matters, including steps to
      take in case of a German invasion or military coup, ca. May 1942 – April 1943,
      ca. 40 pp. [WN#13609 – WN#13615]
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan regarding a proposed scheme for the Cape
      Verde Islands, January 15, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#13622]
      Records relating to the New York Office’s Yugoslav Coast Project, March and
      November 1943, 9 pp. [WN#13623]
      Report on internal conditions in Rumania, October 18, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#13625?]
      Information regarding [Dragoljub Draza] Mihailovic and Yugoslavia, March –
      August 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#13625 and WN#13726]
      Tentative list of R&A Branch (Italian Section) contacts in Rome, and Rome
      contacts of the Central European Section, R&A, October 8, 1944 5 pp.
      [WN#13727]
      Report on the problem of Czechoslovakia and Russia as seen by two Swiss
      businessmen, October 16, 1945, 12 pp. [WN#13728]
      Report on Hungarian resistance organization, November 1, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#13729]
      Report on Vatican view of the situation in Russian-occupied Europe, October
      1945, 2 pp. [WN#13730]
      Progress reports of the Budapest City Unit, R&A Branch, February 28 and March
      15, 1945, 4 pp. WN#13731 – WN#13732]
      Continuity report relating to liquidation and organizational matters for August 1 –
      October 1, 1945; October 17, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#13733]
      Report on X-2/OSS – FBI relationships, February 22, 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#13734]
      Memorandum to General Donovan on post-war SOE plans to operate against the
      United States as an intelligence target, November 25, 1944, 1 p. [WN#13735]
      Memo regarding political organizations sponsored by SOE, February 22, 1945, 7
      pp. [WN#13736]
      Letter and report to Colonel Donovan with information concerning SOE
      operations in France, November 2, 1941, 6 pp. [WN#13738]
      Bern, Switzerland, SI Branch records relating mainly to Hungary, ca. September
      1943 – April 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13739]
      Letter to Allen Dulles from A.C. Nussbaumer, General Manager, Swiss Bank
      Corporation, Basel, Switzerland, December 23, 1943, regarding impressions on
      Germany provided by two unidentified sources [WN#13745]
      Correspondence of a somewhat personal nature between Allen Dulles and
      Thomas H. McKittrick, president of the Bank for International Settlements,
      September-Dec. 1943, 6 pp. [WN#13752]
      Memorandum to Allen Dulles concerning a possible meeting with Alfred
      Schaeffer, General Manager of the Union Bank of Switzerland in Zurich,
      Switzerland, relating to providing money for assistance to endangered Jews in
      Hungary, August 14, 1944, 1 pp. [WN#13753]

346   Memorandums from the Secretariat, Washington to the Secretariat in Paris,
      France and the Secretariat, German Mission with a “list of names with
      accompanying section and area designations,” May and June 1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#03348 – WN#03349]
      Report to General Donovan on the need to obtain information about bombing
      targets from British insurance files, 15 pp. May 7, 1943 [WN#03354]
      Status of Liaison Relations of SSU/X-2 to the Counter-Intelligence Branches of
      Foreign Special Services, n.d., 4 pp. [WN#03356]
      Report on India CE agreement, March 1944, 12 pp. [WN#03358]
      Report to William J. Donovan on progress of the C-E organization’s work during
      its first two weeks, n.d., 15 pp. [WN#03360]
      Reports to Colonel Donovan on President Roosevelt’s conversation with Andre
      Philip regarding French political leaders, November 22 – 30, 1942, 10 pp.
      [WN#13195]
      Director’s Office records with information on the N.V. Philips
      Gloeilampenfabriken, November 1942 – January 1943, 15 pp. [WN#13199]
      Director’s Office records regarding OSS relations with Czech Intelligence Service
      in London, England, ca. February – July 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13390]
      Report to General Donovan on physical and document security, 115 pp. ca.
      August 1944, [WN#13392]
      Draft memorandum from Allen Dulles to Colonel Donovan regarding a
      conversation with Raoul Aglion, representative of the Free French, April 16,
      1942, 2 pp. [WN#13396]
      Memorandums to General Donovan on the development and testing of drugs to
      use in the interrogation of POWs (Truth Drugs), June 1943, 15 pp. [WN#13398]
      [This is numbered WN#13998]
      British SIS records relating to their Tunisian groups, consisting of information
      sent to General Donovan, ca. February 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13400]
      Memorandum to General Donovan concerning Swedish-Finnish negotiations over
      radio-cryptic equipment, March 30, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#13400]
      Catalogue and summary of Finnish microfilm, May 23, 1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#13400]

347   Memos regarding OSS relations with DGER, 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13444]
      “Closing Out Report” of Italian Division, SI, MEDTO, July 26, 1945, 13 pp.
      [WN#13446]
      Translations and summaries of diplomatic messages relating to Spain, Argentina,
      and other countries, ca. November 1942 – January 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13447]
      Report of a Special Investigating Committee investigating claims arising from
      Special Funds advanced prior to the entry of the OSS and the U.S. 5th Army into
      Rome, Italy, and related records, ca. June 1944 – January 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#13449]
      Memo from William J. Donovan regarding advances made to him by the Special
      Funds Branch from 1941 – 1943; June 15, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#13450]
      Special Funds report for September 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13451]
      Director’s Office records relating to the controversy over OSS employment of,
      and reports by, journalist Paul Scheffer, ca. August 1941 – May 1945, ca. 450 pp.
      [WN#13482]
      Memorandum on Russian aircraft operating out of Bari, Italy to get supplies to
      Yugoslavian partisans, June 28, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#13483]

348   Notes on collaboration between British and United States S.O.E, ca. 1942, ca. 40
      pp. [WN#13484 – WN#13485]
      SSU General Staff Meeting Minutes, March 12, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#13486]
      Memorandum to General Donovan regarding I. S. Dorfman’s penetration of the
      German Legation in Stockholm, Sweden, May 23, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#13496]
      Director’s Office records relating to developments in Sweden, ca. May 1944 –
      January 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13497]. Topics include obtaining diplomatic and
      military codes from the Turkish Government, and the discovery that the Finns
      broke the State Department codes in Stockholm, Sweden and Madrid, Spain.
      Director’s Office records relating to post-war intelligence plans for India –
      Burma, ca. April – October 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13576]
      Monthly report from Detachment 303, New Delhi, India, April 29, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#13579]
      Report on trip to review OSS activities in the CBI and SEAC, August 1944, ca. 50
      pp. [WN#13580]
      Summary report to the Commanding Officer, OSS, Paris, France on the
      AQUITAINE Mission, May 16, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#13581]
      Notes on a meeting attended by General Donovan, Allen Dulles, and others
      concerning ETO operations, January 4, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#13582]
      Memorandum on Operation DUO, to use 25,000 Spaniards working in German
      industrial areas to collect intelligence throughout the American Zone of
      Occupation, March 13, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#13583]
      Field Analysis Unit weekly reports for weeks ending December 24 and 31, 1944,
      6 pp. [WN#13584]
      Memorandum to General Donovan on intelligence possibilities in the ETO, and
      information on the Ascension method of ground to air communications, February
      4, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#13586]
      Report on SSU Missions in Great Britain and other areas, ca. December 1945 –
      September 1946, ca. 100 pp.WN#13588]
      Director’s Office file relating to the status of missions in Great Britain, Holland,
      Hungary, Iberia, India-Burma, Korea, MEDTO, NETO, Norway, Poland,
      Rumania, Saigon (Vietnam), SEAC, Sweden, and Tangier, ca. October 1945 –
      September 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN #13589]
      McGregor Project: Subversive work among Flag Officers of the Royal Italian
      Navy by OSS, November 1, 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#13590]
      Memorandum to General Donovan relating to Italian anti-Fascists, July 28, 1943,
      2 pp. [WN#13591]
      Translation of Diary of Giuseppe Castellano, General in the Italian Army, July-
      August 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#13592]
      Letter to President Roosevelt from William Donovan describing the mission of
      filmmaker Armand Denis to the Belgian Congo and French Equatorial Africa,
      November 17, 1941, 2 pp. [WN#13594]

349   Director’s Office records relating to Special Funds, ca. February 1943 – August
      1945, ca. 500 pp. [WN#13626 – WN#13629]
      Director’s Office copies of security regulations manuals, February 1943 – March
      1944, ca. 60 pp. [WN#13630]
      Director’s Office correspondence relating to the problem of people coming in or
      going out of the U.S. “under disguise and pursuant to arrangements made with
      OSS,” March – May 1943, 7 pp. [WN#13631]
350   Letter to General Donovan from the Cornell University Medical College
      regarding the search for an “agent that would be useful in extracting information
      from persons who are reluctant to yield it,” September 21, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#13638]
      Director’s Office records relating to discussions with Hollington Tong,
      confidential secretary to China’s Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek, regarding
      operations against the Japanese and Sino-American relations, ca. December 1942
      – March 1943, 13 pp. [WN#13639]
      Director’s Office records relating to Peter Tompkins and his missions in Italy, ca.
      October 1944 – May 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#13640 – WN#13641]
      Memorandum to Director, SSU concerning the TRENTON Project, for the
      penetration of the records of the Shanghai Police Department, December 11,
      1945, 3 pp. [WN#13642]
      Translation of a letter from Thai leader Sanguan Tularak to the Thai Minister
      regarding differences between Tularak and others over developments in Thailand,
      September 5, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#13644]
      Reports and correspondence regarding relations with the Thais, ca. 100 pp. 1942-
      1944. [WN#13645]
      Memorandums to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Secretary of State regarding a
      Nazi attempt to contact the British, December 28, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#13647]
      Reports on German peace feelers involving the Vatican, January 24, 1945, ca. 30
      pp. [WN#13649 and WN#13655]. These reports were sent to President Roosevelt.
      Cable from Bern, Switzerland with information from Col. Masson, head of
      Switzerland’s Secret Intelligence Organization, regarding General Schellenberg,
      February 4, 1945, 1 p. [WN#13650]
      Cable from Bern, Switzerland with information from Col. Masson regarding
      Schellenberg, April 5, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#13654]
      Letter from William J. Donovan to the Secretary of State regarding OSS/State
      Department relations, December 20, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#13656]
      Memo to General Donovan regarding OSS representation on State Department
      missions, December 20, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#13656]
      Reports of the Special Funds Division, 1945-1947, ca. 200 pp. [WN#13657]
      Memo to William J. Donovan regarding plans for SO operations, Dec. 10, 1942, 6
      pp. [WN#13660]
      Memorandum to General Donovan, and related records, concerning SO
      operations on the Iberian Peninsula using personnel of I.T. & T. [International
      Telephone and Telegraph], August 9, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#13661]
      Special Liaison Report from the Middle East, August 7, 1943, 8 pp. [WN#13666]

351   Director’s Office copy of a report on a trip to Sweden, and related records, April –
      June 1943, 15 pp. [WN#13676]
      Director’s Office records relating to British intelligence organizations in China,
      ca. December 1944 – February 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13677]
      Memorandum on changes and developments in MI-5 Ceylon, February 13, 1945,
      1 p. [WN#13678]
      Report on relations between the Belgian King [Leopold III] and the Belgian
      Government during the war, November 13, 1943, 126 pp. [WN#13680]
      Director’s Office records relating to the dissolution of the Western Continents
      Corporation, August 10, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#13683]
      Director’s Office copies of reports on activities in Turkey, November 1941, 6 pp.
      [WN#13686]
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan with data on foreign agents in Finland
      (including the Baltic States), France, Switzerland, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey,
      Syria, Egypt, North Africa, Afghanistan, Iran, and Mexico, November 18, 1941, 5
      pp. [WN#13687]
      Director’s Office copies of reports on developments in Syria and Turkey,
      September 1941, 11 pp. [WN#13688]
      Director’s Office copies of Board of Economic Warfare counter-intelligence
      plans, 1942, 10 pp. [WN#13689]
      Memorandum to Director, OSS about intelligence objectives for Italy, August 17,
      1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13690]
      Director’s Office copy of a “report of a project planner,” relating to bacterial
      warfare, imitation poison rice, and other topics, August 29, 1943, 6 pp.
      [WN#13691]
      Director’s Office copies of records relating to Jose Antonio de Aguirre, former
      President of the Basque State in Spain, including records relating to his trip to
      South America, ca. September 1942 – January 1943, ca. 40 pp. [WN#13693 –
      WN#13695]

352   Records by, and relating to, Robert Laing, field representative in Palestine,
      including a one-page report on United States Government interest in Palestine, an
      index to his reports, and information about the Middle East, ca. February 1943 –
      October 1946, ca. 50 pp. [WN#12016]
      Records relating to proposals to help establish Portuguese airline concessions, ca.
      December 1942 – April 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12018]
      Records, relating to Scandinavian projects, ca. October 1942 – May 1943, ca. 30
      pp. [WN#12019]
      Report on the Belgian Intelligence Services, April 1, 1946, 30 pp. [WN#12020]
      Survey of the activities of the Belgian Desk, SI, March 11, 1944, 6 pp.
      [WN#12020]
      Memoire of the Bishop of the Belgian Congo [in French], ca. 1944, 22 pp.
      [WN#12020]
      Records relating to SI Project KANGAROO, to utilize and exploit diplomatic and
      consular representatives, and other nationals, for penetrating enemy occupied
      areas in Europe, ca. June 1943 – July 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#12021]
      The Franco-Spanish Border Chains: Their Operation and Subsequent Association
      with the Aquitaine Mission, April 1943-May 1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#12024]

353   Bern, Switzerland, SI Branch records concerning contacts between representatives
      of the OSS and German General Schellenberg, and a memorandum on German
      subversive activities directed from Switzerland, ca. January – March 1945, ca. 20
      pp. [WN#13544]
General Donovan’s official copy of the Sino-American Special Technical
Cooperation Agreement, and related records, ca. April – September 1943, ca. 30
pp. [WN#13569]
Records relating to awards to Staff Sergeant Marvin M. Gray, Captain Francis T.
Farrell, and Master Sergeant Siegfried Oppenheim, for investigating enemy
espionage activities in the Far East after the formal surrender of Germany (the
Bureau Ehrhardt), April - October 1947, 16 pp. [WN#13570 and WN#13572]
Status of Berlin operations report for July 1946, 4 pp. [WN#13597]
Memorandum from Copenhagen, Denmark on Project B, to provide equipment
and personnel for quick relay of SI and CE material, August 9, 1946, ca. 15 pp.
[WN#13597]
Notes on Soviet Armed Forces, August 23, 1946, 40 pp. [WN#13597]
Interrogation Report of Heinz Ludwig, June 20, 1946, 8 pp. [WN#13597]
Interrogation Report of Hans Otto Haehnle, May 1946, 30 pp. [WN#13597]
Memorandums on Soviet Intelligence and subversive activities, British
Intelligence, and French Intelligence, August 23, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#13597]
Memorandums relating to ways of obtaining secret intelligence on the USSR
proper, August 23, 1946, 19 pp. [WN#13597]
Report on a disagreement between Soviet officials Molotov and Zhukov, August
26, 1946, 1 p. [WN#13597]
Monthly Intelligence Review on Germany and Austria for May 25 – June 25,
1946, 5 pp. [WN#13597]
Monthly Intelligence Review on Czechoslovakia and Scandinavia for May 25 –
June 25, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#13597]
Agent Control Directive, August 16, 1946, 10 pp. [WN#13597]
List of OZNA personalities, August 15, 1946, 10 pp. [WN#13597]
Interrogation Report on Milan Krkoc, May 13, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#13597]
Interrogation Report on Alfredo Galanti, August 3, 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13597]
Interrogation Report on Mario Gasperini, April 20, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#13597]
Interrogation Report on Ernest Vallo, May 18, 1946, 12 pp. [WN#13597]
Monthly Intelligence Review on the Balkans and Poland for June 25 – July 25,
1946, 3 pp. [WN#13597]
Summary review of Plan CHECKERS, to oppose operations of, and gather
information on, Czech Intelligence in the American Zone of Austria, September 5,
1946, 5 pp. [WN#13598]
Summary review of Plan CROWN, to reactivate an intelligence network for
obtaining CE information from inside Russia, September 12, 1946, 15 pp.
[WN#13598]
Memorandum with miscellaneous comments and observations during a European
trip, with references to the Heidelberg conference, August 30, 1946, 8 pp.
[WN#13598]
Transcript of conference held in Heidelberg, Germany, July 22, 1946, ca. 100 pp.
[WN#13598]
Interrogation report on Fabio Bazzanella, August 23, 1946, ca. 35 pp.
[WN#13599]
      Memo to Richard Helms regarding SSU Mission to Germany and the Security
      Control Group, Amzon Mission, September 3, 1946, 6 pp. Discusses sources and
      notes that they make “a judicious use of specialists in this field from the old
      German intelligence service.” [WN#13599]
      Security Intelligence Notes No. 1, relating to the Hungarian Intelligence Service
      and Police Services, August 1946, 7 pp. [WN#13599]
      SC Brief No. 1 on Soviet espionage methods, September 16, 1946, 19 pp.
      [WN#13599]
      Memorandum commenting on the interrogation report on Makoto Onodera,
      September 17, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#13599]
      Operational Inventory of the Phillipps chains in Poland and Germany, September
      12, 1946, 6 pp. [WN#13599]
      SSU Mission to Austria station activities report for August 1946, 7 pp.
      [WN#13600]
      Monthly Intelligence Reviews for Germany and Austria for June 25 – August 25,
      1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13600]
      Memorandums with general intelligence, targets and priorities, in Bulgaria,
      Greece, Italy, Rumania, and Yugoslavia, September 20, 1946, 13 pp.
      [WN#13600]
      Monthly Intelligence Review for the Middle East for July 1946, 9 pp.
      [WN#13600]
      General Report of Intelligence Branch activities, September 13, 1946, 6 pp.
      [WN#13600]
      Memorandum from SSU, Italy with a list of symbols assigned in corresponding
      order to serials JRX-3419, September 16, 1946, 1 p. [WN#13600]
      Report on information obtained from Alfred Bracke, June 20, 1946, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#13600]

354   London, England records relating to the KANGAROO Project, ca. October 1943
      – July 1944, 20 pp. [WN#13783 – WN#13784]
      Memo regarding French penetration mission, relating to the MEDUSA Plan and
      operations in ETO, NATO, and Spain, March 16, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#13785]
      Memorandum to the Chief, SI, MEDTO relating to the Kosice [Slovakia]
      Mission, March 9, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#13792]
      Memorandums on the CARDINAL Mission to gather intelligence in Bavaria,
      Germany, April 1945, 3 pp. [WN#13793]
      Memorandum to the French Section, Paris, France on Captain Brown’s “Tommy”
      Chain, March 27, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#13794]
      London, England, SI Branch accession sheets for FA, SA and SSA documents,
      March – May 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#13796 – WN#13798]

355   Report and other documents relating to Lt. Col. Obolensky’s Mission to Sardinia,
      1943-1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13803 and WN#13804]
      Letter to General Donovan, with annexes, concerning complaints about British
      opposition to the OSS in general, and a failure to cooperate on air transport for
      special missions in particular, July 17, 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13805]
      Director’s Office records relating to Albania, including communications from the
      Albanian Legitimist Committee, ca. May – September 1944, ca. 25 pp.
      [WN#13806]
      Memorandum by representatives of the British Chiefs of Staff on proposed OSS
      operations in the ETO, and OSS comments and recommendations about the
      British memorandum, October 1943, ca. 35 pp. [WN#13808 and WN#13809]
      Report and related records about Mission ETOILE, to establish five combat
      intelligence stations in France, ca. September 1944 – February 1945, ca. 80 pp.
      [WN#13810 – WN#13812]
      Director’s Office correspondence with British Security Co-ordination, and other
      records, relating to the military aspects of possible raw materials shipments to
      Switzerland in small quantities, June – July 1942, 6 pp. [WN#13813]
      Draft memorandum from William Donovan to President Roosevelt on setting up a
      comprehensive secret service in Switzerland, May 26, 1942, 4 pp. [WN#13814]
      Records relating to developments in Trinidad, British West Indies, July – August
      1942, 7 pp. [WN#13818 and WN#13819]
      Director’s Office records relating to the possibility of the OSS having access to
      the files of, and of placing personnel at, Time, Life, and Fortune magazines,
      December 1942, 7 pp. [WN#13825]
      Report on German Catholic resistance to the Nazis, and related records, October –
      November 1944, 5 pp. [WN#13829]
      Reports of developments in Italy, including clashes between the German SS and
      Vatican personnel, March – May 1944, 8 pp. [WN#13829]
      Views of Adriano Olivetti, owner of the typewriter equipment manufacturing
      company, June 14, 1943, 8 pp. [WN#13839 and WN#13840]
      Yugoslavian political information, 1943, ca. 25 pp. [WN#13841]
      Memorandum to the Commander, Independent American Mission to Marshal
      Tito, requesting permission for X-2 Intelligence personnel to operate in
      Jugoslavia, September 22, 1944, 1 p. [WN#13852]
      Information regarding personnel of the International Red Cross, 1943,
      [WN#13857]
      Reports on German naval matters based on information received from Admiral de
      Angelis, former Italian Naval Attaché in Berlin, ca. January – April 1945, ca. 75
      pp. [WN#13860]
      Records to and from, and relating to, Jack Pratt, field representative in Spain, ca.
      February 1942 – March 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#13860 (beginning)]

356   Records to and from, and relating to, Jack Pratt, field representative in Spain, ca.
      February 1942 – March 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#13860 (conclusion)]
      Stockholm, Sweden, SO Branch statements of accounts, expense vouchers, and
      related records, ca. April 1944 – June 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13878 and
      WN#13879]
      Memorandum discussing a plan to have a skeleton Swedish SOE-SO organization
      in place ahead of time in case Germany attacked Sweden, May 12, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#13880]
      Stockholm, Sweden, SO Branch records relating to unfounded suspicions about
      American author Frederic Prokosch, April – May 1944, 12 pp. [WN#13886 and
      WN#13887]
      Stockholm, Sweden, SO Branch records relating to Operations PERIANTH and
      SEPALS, May – June 1944, 12 pp. [WN#13896]
      Reports of developments in China, July – September 1943, 6 pp. 13901]
      Memos regarding work of the New Delhi, India Mission, including recruitment of
      U.S. citizens of Japanese ancestry to work as translators, broadcasters, and
      monitors, April-July 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13903]
      Various reports and commentaries prepared by Ernest Kucherthaler of
      Switzerland, including the Jewish Problem in Post-War Europe, March 1944;
      Himmler’s activities, February 1945; Economic problems of post-war Europe,
      March 1944; post-war problems of Europe, March 1944; and impressions from
      members of the German Army, May 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13904 and
      WN#13905]
      Barcelona, Spain index cards and other records relating to counter signs, hideouts,
      meeting places, and drops, ca. 1943 – 1944, [WN#13906]
      Barcelona, Spain index cards relating to agents with names beginning with A – O,
      ca. 1943 – 1945, ca. 50 cards. [WN#13907]

357   Barcelona, Spain index cards relating to agents, mainly with names beginning A –
      G, ca. 1943 – 1945, ca. 200 cards, [WN#13908 – WN#13909]
      Bern, Switzerland, records from, and relating to, agents, contacts and personnel,
      ca. November 1942 – May 1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#13926 – WN#13937 and
      WN#13940 – WN#13942]
      Notes on Meeting on “Peace Aims,” n.d., 24 pp. [WN#13939]
      Section V, The Anglo-Saxon World, a continuation of the report “The Church and
      the International World” of December 1942, 3 pp. [WN#13939]

358   Bern, Switzerland records, including reports relating to Italian armament
      manufacturer Alessandro Rossini and Argentine Government contracts with
      Oerlikon Company of Switzerland, German Socialist leader Franz Boegler, and
      partisan warfare and Greek public opinion, ca. August 1943 – January 1945, ca.
      50 pp. [WN#13944 – WN#13947]
      Report on the Italian patriot situation, Haute Savoy, France, December 1944, 4
      pp. [WN#13948]
      Report on the formation and activities of the Comitato Apolitico Italo-Anglo-
      Americano, the Nonpolitical Italian-Anglo-American Committee, November 10,
      1944, 6 pp. [WN#13949]
      Brief Report on the Organization of the English Intelligence Service in Greece
      After the Armistice, April 6, 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13950]
      Caserta, Italy records relating to sources, agents, and intelligence, ca. November
      1944 – April 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#13969 – WN#13970]
      Records relating to Yugoslav political plans, November 1944, 7 pp. [WN#14051]
      Diary of Giuseppe Castellano, General, Italian Royal Army, ca. July – August
      1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#14052]
      Report on Italian activities, May 1, 1943, 11 pp. [WN#14053]
      Records relating to Italian General Giacomo Carboni, former commanding officer
      of the armed forces defending Rome, and Commissioner Extraordinary of SIM,
      June and July 1944, 8 pp. [WN#14054]
      Resume of topics discussed between General Castellano and the officers of
      General Eisenhower’s staff at Lisbon, Portugal, August 19, 1943, 3 pp.
      [WN#14055]
      Caserta, Italy records relating to the billeting and disposition of Albanian (Eagle)
      recruits, April 1944, 5 pp. [WN#14056 – WN#14057]
      Washington, SI Branch cables to Algiers, Algeria; Cairo, Egypt; Accra, Gold
      Coast; and other places; April 1943 – April 1944, 17 pp. [WN#14059 –
      WN#14060]
      Records relating to radio DF (Direction Finding) stations in Africa, ca. May -
      December 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#14061 - WN#14064]
      Memorandum summarizing SI activities in the ETO which aided in the liberation
      of France, September 12, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#14065]
      Washington, SI Branch records relating to the SUSSEX Plan, including team final
      summaries and recommendations for awards, ca. June 1944 – September 1945,
      ca. 150 pp. [WN#14066 – WN#14068]
      Washington, SI Branch records relating to British intelligence services
      worldwide, ca. February – December 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#14070]
      Low Countries Desk, SI, reports for April and May 1946, 3 pp. [WN#14071]
      Belgium and Luxembourg SI report, April 1944, 1 p. [WN#14072]
      Memorandum on operational methods of the RIS (Russian Intelligence Service)
      October 4, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#14078]
      History of the Italian Section, SI to September 30, 1944, 28 pp. [WN#14080]
      Short History of SI Activities with Respect to Eire, September 28, 1945, ca. 150
      pp. [WN#14081]
      Washington, SI Branch reports of operations in Tangier, Mozambique, Portuguese
      Guinea, French Equatorial Africa, Angola, the Cape Verde Islands, the Union of
      South Africa, Madagascar, Ethiopia, and British West Africa, ca. 1944, ca. 120
      pp. [WN# 14082 – WN#14091]
      Washington, SI Branch report, Investigation of Diamond Smuggling in Africa, ca.
      1944, 20 pp. [WN#14092]

359   Information on participants in “recent German ‘Putsch’” provided by Dr. Fritz
      Theil, December 1944, 7 pp. [WN#14101]
      Report of Italian Section, SI, on Italy, Albania, and Italo-Japanese operational
      activities and political and economic intelligence, November 1-30, 1944,
      [WN#14102]
      Liaison arrangements of Reports Division, SI/OSS, London, England, August 15,
      1944, 6 pp. [WN#14103]
      Report on Fascist activity in Italy, March 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#14104]
      Records of a presentation on Far East financing in the field, n.d., 20 pp.
      [WN#14113]
      Caserta, Italy cables, ca. September 1944 – July 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#14119 –
      WN#14135]. Includes information relating to Hungary.
      Memo from ex-OSS employee Goodhue Livingston summarizing his SI and X-2
      experiences [in Africa], Nov. 23, 1943, 9 pp. [WN#14146]
      Information on Greek political matters, and Aristides Dimitratos, 1942-1943, ca.
      20 pp. [WN#14150]
      Report, identified as a possible fake, on the Communist program in Germany,
      November 25, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#14410]
      Report of an unhappy stay in Spain from May 1942 – September 1943, ca. 80 pp.
      [WN#14517] [See also WN#14519]

360   Barcelona, Spain index cards relating to agents with names beginning with G - S,
      ca. 1943 – 1945, 190 cards, [WN#13669 – WN#13672]

361   Barcelona, Spain index cards relating to agents with names beginning with S, - Z,
      with number designations, and with alphanumeric designations, ca. 1943 – 1945,
      130 cards, [WN#13673 – WN#13675]
      London, England records relating to the UNISON Plan, to eliminate false
      confirmation and duplication in intelligence material originating in Switzerland,
      ca. February – August 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#13699]
      Bern, Switzerland records relating to the seizure of the Di Nobili Cigar Company
      by the Alien Property Custodian, ca. June 1944 – January 1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#13700]
      Memo regarding a reduction in Swiss exports of machine tools to Germany and
      other Axis countries, June 26, 1944, 1 p. [WN#13701]

362   European political and economic news from English journalist and historian
      Elizabeth Wiskemann at the British Legation in Bern, Switzerland, 1943-1945, ca.
      150 pp. [WN#13703]
      Stockholm, Sweden, SI Branch, Labor Desk records of the BRAHMS Project, for
      the penetration of Germany to obtain military intelligence, ca. January –
      September 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13704]
      Stockholm, Sweden, SO Branch records of Operations STAMEN, BULB, POD,
      PETAL, BUD, ROOT, POLLEN, and MOHAMMED, ca. April 1944 – April
      1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#13705 – WN#13713]
      SI memo regarding intelligence direction and reporting, agent recruiting, and
      agent handling, July 13, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#13714]
      Memo regarding conversation with Andre Philip concerning French political
      situation, October 15, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#13715]
      Memorandum for the Director, OSS on joint French-OSS project of radio counter-
      intelligence, February 23, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#13716]
      Memorandum on the Liberian radio project, July 22, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#13719]
      Vienna, Austria cables, March – July 1946, 12 pp. [WN#13720 – WN#13725]
      Information provided by Jacques Lagrange to OSS Bern, Switzerland regarding
      events in Europe, 1943-1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#13911]
363   Bern, Switzerland reports relating to developments in Austria, Bulgaria,
      Germany, Italy, and other countries, ca. September 1943 – March 1945, ca. 225
      pp. [WN#13912 – WN#13913]
      Bern, Switzerland “special black reports” [from source Black or Blackie] relating
      to developments inside the Vatican, and Vatican relations with France, Germany,
      and Russia, ca. November 1943 – November 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#13916]
      Memorandums on tensions between the French and the OSS in the Val d’Aosta
      area of Italy, March 1945, 6 pp. [WN#13922]
      Information on the Hungarian Gold Train, May 7, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#13925]
      Information on the Croatian Peasant Party, 1946, ca. 40 pp. [WN#13951]
      Pouch Letters, reports, and other communications from, and relating to, Jack
      Pratt, field representative in Spain, ca. June 1942 – March 1945, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#14518 – WN#14519]

364   Madrid, Spain, X-2 Branch index cards relating to agents and other people, ca.
      350 cards [WN00456]

365   Lists from Sweden of persons working in Nazi and other enemy interests, and
      those suspected of having engaged in espionage activities, 1941 and 1944, ca. 50
      pp. [WN#13985]
      Report on train shipments in Sweden, March 1943, 2 pp. [WN#13994]
      Intelligence on Nazis in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, ca. April-July 1945, ca.
      20 pp. [WN#13999 – WN#14001]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records, including reports of James St. Lawrence
      O’Toole, Civilian, ca. September 1944 – March 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#14002]
      Report on intelligence carried on by the military organization of the Socialist
      Party in Rome, Italy in connection with the Chief of Strategic Services during the
      German occupation, ca. 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#14003]
      Information from Italy, ca. 1944-1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14004 – WN#14009]
      Records of the Washington SI Branch, ca. November 1942 – December 1944, ca.
      150 pp. [WN#14010 – WN#14020, WN#14251 – WN#14256, and WN#14258 –
      WN#14275]
      Shanghai, China cables, ca. October 1945 – July 1946, ca. 80 pp. [WN#14277 –
      WN#14284]
      Singapore cables, February – March 1946, 11 pp. [WN#14285 – WN#14286]
      Stockholm, Sweden cables, ca. December1943 – June 1946, ca.150 pp.
      [WN#14287-WN#14300]

366   Memorandum to Colonel Donovan regarding proper representation in Spain and
      Portugal, December 8, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#14520]
      Memorandum from William Donovan directing that the Basque groups be “very
      well located with communications established,” May 7, 1943, 1 p. [WN#14521]
      Intelligence reports from Spain, ca. July 1942 – February 1943, ca. 25 pp.
      [WN#14522]
      Records relating to obtaining information from American companies operating in
      Saudi Arabia, February – July 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14524]
      Stockholm, Sweden cables, 1945-1946, ca. 70 pp. [WN#14551-WN#14558]
      London, England cables, 1943 – 1944, ca. 45 pp. [WN#14562 – WN#14568]
      Memorandum from James Angleton reporting charges that members of the
      Finnish Legation hid gold and documents in a specially constructed vault in
      [Rome?], Italy, November 27, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#14577]
      Monthly Report of X-2 Activity in Italy, August 31, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#14579]
      X-2 Italy Lists of suspects, July-August 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#14581]
      Report on the activity of DGER in Italy, March 2, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#14582]
      Memorandum on the activities of Italian General Giacomo Carbone, July 23,
      1944, 1 p. [WN#14583]
      CIC Naples Detachment report on Russian political influence on Bulgarian armed
      forces, July 1946, 8 pp. [WN#14586]
      Memorandum on Russian penetration of a Vatican backed group that sought to
      gather intelligence in Hungary and the Balkans, February 19, 1946, 5 pp.
      [WN#14591]
      Report on activities of Theater Counsel, MEDTO, February 1946, 34 pp.
      [WN#14592]
      Records relating to, and by, Irving Sherman, including a report on his trip to
      Istanbul, Turkey, ca. May 1942 – October 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14753]
      “Q” intelligence reports of intercepted diplomatic communications, April – May
      1942, ca. 40 pp. [WN#14755 and WN#14756]

367   Recommendations of awards for Dutch personnel, ca. June 1945 – January 1946,
      ca. 75 pp. [WN#14152]
      Report of the African Division, SI, on intelligence achievements, July 1, 1944-
      March 31, 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#14153]. Includes organization charts.
      SI Branch memorandum with preliminary ideas about the long-range secret
      intelligence program, July 22, 1944, 26 pp. [WN#14154]
      Records relating to official titles for OSS representatives overseas, ca. January –
      February 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#14154]
      Memo to President Roosevelt from William J. Donovan regarding postwar
      intelligence organization, November 18, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#14155]
      Memorandum on the functions of the OSS, ca. 1943, 2 pp. [WN#14155]
      OSS organization charts, 1943 – 1944, 5 pp. [WN#14155]
      Memos regarding African Intelligence Operations, past, present and future, 1945,
      ca. 50 pp. [WN#14156]
      Information about the International Red Cross, 1943-1944, ca. 75 pp.
      [WN#14166]
      London, England cables, 1943 – 1946, ca. 40 pp. [WN#12876 – WN#12878, and
      WN#12880 – WN#12898]
      Budget estimates, 1946-1947, ca. 100 pp. [WN#12899 (beginning)]

368   Budget estimates, 1946-1947, ca. 225 pp. [WN#12899 (conclusion)]
      Records relating to gathering intelligence in the Far East, ca. December 1941 –
      November 1942, ca. 30 pp. [WN#12900]
      Information about SSU China Theater personnel, n.d., 6 pp. [WN#14093]
      Memorandum with a plan for penetration of General Tai Li’s secret police,
      January 14, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#14094]
      Plan for undercover operations in South America, ca. 1946, 2 pp. [WN#14095]
      Memo regarding implementation of undercover operations plan in the Far East,
      January 10, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#14096]
      London, England cables, July 1944 – February 1945, 13 pp. [WN#14304 –
      WN#14313]
      Information about Yugoslavia written by, and records relating to, journalist
      Stoyan Pribichevich, ca. 1942 - 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14701]
      Records relating to a proposed agreement between the FBI and British Security
      Coordination for obtaining information about Japanese activities in Latin
      America, May – June 1942, ca. 15 pp. [WN#14703]
      Report on field conditions for the Chief, SI, July 17, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#14704].
      Topics include liaison with the Irish and contacts with exiled governments in
      London, England. The report describes events beginning in 1942.
      Information about Ireland written by, and records relating to, Ervin Marlin, ca.
      July 1942 – September 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#14705]

369   Records relating to cooperation with Greek Minister of Mercantile Marine,
      Stavros Theofanides, January – February 1942, 13 pp. [WN#14319]
      Records relating to Czechoslovak soldiers in North and West Africa as possible
      informants, ca. November 1941 – September 1942, ca. 15 pp. [WN#14324]
      Memorandum regarding strengthening American representation in West Africa,
      February 12, 1942, 4 pp. [WN#14325]
      Memorandum about handling European black market currency transactions
      through the firm of Internacio in Lisbon, Portugal, June 5, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#14326]
      Information about Ireland, February 1942, ca. 15 pp. [WN#14330]
      Information about Greece written by, and records relating to, Chris Fragos, ca.
      January 1942 – July 1943, ca. 75 pp. [WN#14333]
      Information on the political situation in Palestine and Transjordan written by, and
      records relating to, Nelson Glueck and William Hicks, ca. August 1941 –
      September 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#14334 – WN#14335]

370   Memorandum regarding a conversation in London, England with heads of British
      SIS and SOE Far East Section, and with the Dutch, August 30, 1943, 9 pp.
      [WN#14759]
      Records relating to the purchase of tuna fish from Angola, ca. September 1941 –
      June 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14763]
      Memorandums regarding secret meetings with the Greek Prime Minister, June
      1942, 15 pp. [WN#14768]
      Letter to Harvey Firestone, of Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, asking that his
      company provide cover for an agent in Liberia, June 20, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#14769]
      Memos regarding OSS organization in India, April 1943, 6 pp. [WN#14780 and
      WN#14781]
      Memorandums regarding enemy intelligence organization in Lourenco Marques,
      September 1943, 9 pp. [WN#14782 and WN#14783]
      Draft of William J. Donovan’s comments to the Joint Chiefs of Staff regarding
      European Theater of Operations, October 16, 1943, 13 pp. [WN#14784]
      Over-All and Special Programs for Strategic Services Activities Based on the
      Iberian Peninsula, February 7, 1944, 22 pp. [WN#14785]
      Special Strategic Services Plan for Austria, ca. February 1944, 14 pp.
      [WN#14786]
      Memorandum explaining why General Order 9, Supplement 31, should not be
      applied to the Iberian Peninsula, February 7, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#14787]
      Over-All Program for Strategic Services Activities Based on Switzerland, ca.
      January 1944, 6 pp. [WN#14788]
      Memo regarding labor and raw materials in Germany, July 1942, 1 p.
      [WN#14790]
      Report on the Baroness Van Zuylen De Nyevelt, July 1, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#14792]
      Report on suspected Axis submarine bases in Brazil, July 1942, 1 p. [WN#14798]
      Reports of intercepted diplomatic, and other, correspondence, ca. March – July
      1942, ca. 50 pp. [WN#14800]
      Memorandum on Greek Desk activities, July 10, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#15101]
      Information about France written by, and records relating to, Baron Guy de
      Rothschild, ca. April – December 1942, ca. 50 pp. [WN#15102]

371   Records relating to the activities and propaganda of Syrians in Africa, July 1942,
      6 pp. [WN#15104 and WN#15105]
      Information about Hungary written by, and records relating to, Imre Bekessy, ca.
      July 1926 - November 1942, ca. 200 pp. [WN#15106]. [This file begins with
      translations of Viennese newspaper articles from 1926.]
      Report concerning an inspection of a concentration camp for civilians at
      Compiegne, France, April 13, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#15112]
      Memorandum for Colonel Donovan with a description of the organization and
      activities of the Secret Intelligence Branch, July 17, 1942, 23 pp. [WN#15115]
      Records relating to Greece, July 1942, 5 pp. [WN#15116]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to personnel of Missions PEAR,
      PAPAYA, and VIOLA, ca. May 1945 – October 1946, ca. 75 pp. [WN#14351 –
      WN#14353]
      Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to personnel of the San Marco Battalion,
      May 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14354]

372   Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to missions and agents, including MR.
      JONES’ debriefs and the LA FONTE Chain (NINO Mission), ca. March 1944 –
      July 1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#14355 – WN#14365]

373   Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records relating to personnel, including those of the
      BANANA, FRATELLO, GASTONE and MARCUCCI Missions, ca. May 1945 -
      May 1947, ca. 200 pp. [WN#14366 – WN#14371]
      Vessel Cables, January-June 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14377]
      Vessel Cables disseminated, January - May 1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#14378]

      Records relating to OSS cooperation with, and cultivation of, the Vatican, January
      and April 1945, 3 pp. [WN#14382, WN#14387, and WN#14391]
      Special Program No. 1, MTO, to develop secret intelligence from sources within
      Italy post-hostilities, ca. January 1945, 4 pp. [WN#14385]
      Request for approval of the BRUTUS Project, to obtain intelligence regarding the
      relations of the Italian Government with Germany, Spain, Portugal, England,
      Russia, Japan, and South American republics, October 16, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#14393]
      Excerpts from a report of the Director’s visit to the Mediterranean Theater,
      February 3, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#14467]
      General Situation on Non-Political Partisans Groups on North Italy, December 10,
      1944, 25 pp. [WN#14468]
      Intercepted translation summaries of reports from the Chilean Consulate in Prague
      to the Chilean government regarding events in Europe, including the Jewish
      situation, March 1942, ca. 10 pp. [WN#14475]

374   Information about Germany obtained from individuals who had sailed on the S.S.
      Drottningholm, May and June, 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14414 and WN#14428].
      One of the individuals was Leland Morris, Charge d’Affaires, Berlin. In his
      interview are references to foreign workers, Gestapo-Army relations, Waffen SS
      in Russia, important military figures (e.g., Raeder and Donitz), political status and
      importance of Goering, Himmler, Goebbels, Ribbentrop, unpopularity of the SS
      and Nazi Party, Himmler-Goering relationship.
      Translation of a German document “Notes on the Conference of Directors of
      Economy held at Karlsruhe February 2, 1942,” 6 pp. [WN#14418]. References
      made to use of foreign workers and Russian POWs and death rate of Russian
      POWs.
      Report on situation in Austria up to May 1942, 5 pp. [WN#14419]
      Records relating to cooperation between OSS and Pan American Airways in
      Africa, ca. March 1942 – June 1944, 75 pp. [WN#14476]
      Records relating to American photographer Therese Bonney, and her trip to
      England, Sweden, and Finland, ca. 1918 – December 1944, ca. 225 pp.
      [WN#14477 and WN#14479]. [Included are copies of records beginning in 1918.]
      Records relating to Italy and Italian Americans written by, and records relating to,
      Frank Gigliotti, ca. December 1941 – March 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#14480]

375   Reports on the Serb National Federation and Serb National Defense Council,
      April 1942, 5 pp. [WN#14450]
      Records relating to OSS coordination with the US Ambassador to Spain regarding
      projects in France having to do with Spain, March – May 1945, 8 pp.
      [WN#14852]
      OSS planning report for European Theater of Operations, December 1943
      [WN#14853]
      OSS planning reports for Switzerland, December 1943 and April 1944,
      [WN#14854 and WN#14863]
      OSS planning reports for Sweden, November 1943 and January 1944,
      [WN#14855 and WN#14862]
      OSS planning report for the Balkans, November 1943 [WN#14856]
      Implementation Study on Rumanian Oil for Special Military Plan for
      Psychological Warfare in the Balkans (Rumania), September 13, 1943, 59 pp.
      [WN#14857]
      Report to Executive Committee on MO organization, personnel, and operations,
      August 1943 [WN#14858]
      Special Military Plan for Psychological Warfare in Belgium, June 1943
      [WN#14859]
      Suggested Statement of Policy Governing Future OSS Activities, September 1944
      [WN#14861]
      Report of a trip through North Africa and the Middle and Near East, August – ca.
      November 1942, 115 pp. [WN#14869]
      Correspondence and other records between HQ and Edward Allen, OSS
      representative in Seattle, Washington, ca. April 1942 – July 1944, ca. 225 pp.
      [WN#14871 – WN#14873]

376   X-2 Branch cables between Washington and Morocco, the USSR, India, France,
      and other countries, ca. February 1944 – June 1946, ca. 400 pp. [WN#14203 –
      WN#14215]
      Information concerning conditions in Germany, and German airfields and
      submarines, ca. March 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14220]. Includes a report on
      conditions in Hamburg, Germany as reported by a Swedish seaman. References to
      foreign workers and “all Jews are, of course, badly treated and are not even
      allowed to talk to other people” Interviewer reported that “this source is of the
      opinion that the mass of the German people do not now agree with this kind of
      anti-Semitism.”
      Report from filmmaker Armand Denis in Leopoldville, Belgian Congo, March 10,
      1942, 3 pp. [WN#14221]
      Correspondence and other records sent between Washington and Portugal, ca.
      April 1942 – January 1943, ca. 200 pp. [WN#14222]

377   Correspondence and other records sent between Washington and Portugal, ca.
      June 1942 – May 1943, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14224 and WN#14225]
      Correspondence of OSS official Stephen Penrose, Jr., with several prominent
      individuals and groups regarding establishing a Jewish National Army, Zionist
      ambitions, a Jewish state, anti-Semitism, anti-Zionism, and related matters, 1942,
      ca. 75 pp. [WN#14476]
      Rome, Italy, X-2 Branch records, including SCI information, ca. 1944 – 1947, ca.
      400 pp. [14651 – 14672]
      Departing notes from and relating to Whitney H. Shepardson, March 8, 1946, 8
      pp. He wrote: “Soviet Russian subject matter should be a major, if not an
      exclusive preoccupation of SI” [WN#14675]
      Memo regarding a dinner held in New York City by the Jewish Labor Committee,
      April 1942, 8 pp. [WN#14677]
378   Memorandum regarding establishing contact with the Irish Secret Service,
      January 21, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#14679]
      Memorandum with comments and suggestions for future SSU actions following a
      trip to Europe, October 9, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#14680]
      Memorandum with suggestions from England, September 30, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#14683]
      Greek Project Plans, ca. July 1942, ca. 60 pp. [WN#14686-WN#14691]
      Memorandum with notes on communications with Greece, January 28, 1942, 7
      pp. [WN#14692]
      Memo regarding arrangements made with the Kings of Greece and Yugoslavia,
      November 9, 1942, 20 pp. [WN#14697]
      Plan for operations based on Sweden, n.d., 2 pp. [WN#15003]
      Far East Questionnaires, and other records relating to Gripsholm matters, 1942 -
      1943, ca. 300 pp. [WN#15004-WN#15015]

379   Reports on political personages in France, certain French officials in Washington,
      and private French people in the U.S., ca. March – May 1942, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#14482]
      Records relating to Antonio de Irala, Basque government delegate to the U.S., and
      other Basques in the U.S., ca. May 1942 – May 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#14489]
      List of Names Submitted to Censorship by the Foreign Nationalities Branch
      (OSS) of Individuals Whose Correspondence That Branch Would Like to
      Receive, n.d., ca. 30 pp. [WN#14491]
      Progress Reports of the North Central European Division, October 1942 –
      February 1943, 6 pp. [WN#14492]
      Weekly progress report of the Near East Section, June 13, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#14493]
      Progress Report #3 of Afghanistan Project #1, May 22, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#14494]
      Progress Reports #1 and #2 on Project #1, India – Ceylon, May 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#14495]
      Progress Reports of the Insurance Intelligence Unit, December 1942 – February
      1943, 7 pp. [WN#14496]
      Progress Reports of the British Empire Section, ca. May 1942 – December 1943,
      ca. 75 pp. [WN#14497]
      Monthly activity reports of the Middle East Area, April – September 1946, ca. 15
      pp. [WN#14498]
      Monthly progress reports for Africa, May – October 1946, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#14499]
      Progress Reports for Asia, April – October 1946, ca. 75 pp. [WN#14500]
      Monthly report of the Operations Section of SA/B for the period ending July 15,
      1942, 20 pp. [WN#14801]
      Code names, code numbers, and related records, ca. 1942-1946, ca. 250 pp.
      [WN#14805 (beginning)]
380   Code names, code numbers, and related records, ca. 1942-1946, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#14805 (conclusion)]
      Records relating to Jose Bensaude and the purchase and repair of the S.S. Olivia,
      for travel between the U.S. and the Cape Verde Islands, ca. April 1942 – April
      1943, ca. 75 pp. [WN#14806]
      Information regarding the German Chemical Industry, ca. 1943-1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#14336, WN#14338 and WN#14339]
      Memorandum about Harold Stornes and Company, Norwegian yacht brokers in
      Casablanca, Morocco, the “headquarters for the Norwegian Government-in-
      exile,” December 11, 1942, 1 p. [WN#14343]
      Interviews with people who sailed on the Gripsholm, 1943-1944, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#14348]

381   Interviews with people who sailed on the Gripsholm, and a summary report of
      information obtained from passengers on the ship’s second voyage, 1943-1944,
      ca. 200 pp. [WN#14349]
      Reports of intercepted, mainly diplomatic, correspondence [Q reports], ca. March
      – May 1942, ca. 100 pp. [WN#14525 and WN#14526]
      Part four of an unidentified report regarding whether or not C. V. Starr and
      Associates could be incorporated into China Field Service of the F. E. D., March
      6, 1942, 6 pp. [WN#14529]
      Records relating to the Greek attitude towards the British S.I.S., April – May
      1942, 8 pp. [WN#14532]
      Information on N.V. Philips’ Gloeilampenfabrieken (Philips’ Incandescent Lamp
      Works), ca. December 1941 – April 1943, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14534]
      Plan for OSS activities in Sweden, and related records, 1943-1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#14536 and WN#14539]
      Records relating to plans for OSS activities in Switzerland, 1943-1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#14537]
      SI Branch Monthly Reports, ca. March – August 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#14541]

382   Records relating to a circular from the Greek Archdiocese of North and South
      America calling for the names of Greek youths currently serving, or soon to serve,
      in the US armed forces, ca. April 1942 – February 1943, ca. 75 pp. [WN#14227]
      Memo on the SIS Cairo Project and suggested memo to the President, April 1942,
      11 pp. [WN#14228]
      Outline of SI plans for the Middle East Theater, July 3, 1943, 8 pp. [WN#14231]
      Memorandum on the organization of American intelligence in guerilla-controlled
      Yugoslavia, July 15, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#14234]
      Special Report on Germany, July 14, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#14236]. References to use
      of Jews and people no long scared of SS/Gestapo, foreign workers.
      Report on the situation in the South-East (i.e., Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary), n.d.,
      ca. July 1943, 4 pp. [WN#14236]
      Report on trip to OSS activities in CBI and SEAC, August 3, 1944, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#14237]
      Report on field conditions in the Middle East Theater, August 1944, 13 pp.
      [WN#14239]
      Plans for OSS activities in Africa, June 1944, 7 pp. [WN#14542]
      Copy of the Executive Order abolishing the OSS, September 20, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#14542]
      Report on the Central Europe-Scandinavia Section, SI, ca.1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#14542]
      SI Europe organization and activity report, December 23, 1944, 6 pp.
      [WN#14542]
      Report on the accomplishments of SI Branch during the past twelve months,
      March 29, 1944, 16 pp. [WN#14543]
      Memorandum on SA/B Far East Desk and projects, August 3, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#14544]
      Memorandum on a proposed investigation of American activities in Mozambique
      by authorities of the Union of South Africa, May 22, 1944, 1 p. [WN#14545]
      Information items from South Africa, ca. December 1943 – October 1944, ca. 150
      pp. [WN#14546]
      Records relating to Hugo Fernandez Artucio, of the Free World Association,
      August 1942 – January 1943, ca. 8 pp. [WN#14548]
      Summary of SA/B Far East Desk projects as of October 1, 1942, 7 pp.
      [WN#14549]
      Records relating to Far East Project No. 1, Chungking – [Dr. Esson] Gale, ca.
      November 1941 – August 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14549]
      Far East planning documents, ca. May – August 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14550]
      Records by, and relating to, James P. Chapin, OSS representative to the Belgian
      Congo, ca. April 1942 – December 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14241 (beginning)]

383   Records by, and relating to, James P. Chapin, OSS representative to the Belgian
      Congo, ca. April 1942 – December 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#14241 (conclusion)]
      Memo regarding Far East material obtained from the British, March 27, 1945, 2
      pp. [WN#14246]
      Memorandum with Washington comments on Berne intelligence, April 11, 1946,
      5 pp. [WN#14247]
      Lists of names obtained in a response to a circular from the Greek Archdiocese of
      North and South America calling for the names of Greek youths currently serving,
      or soon to serve, in the US armed forces, April – June 1942, ca. 40 pp.
      [WN#14249 and WN#14904]
      Report on Korea and Koreans in Asia, December 1942, 7 pp. [WN#14902]
      Interviews with passengers of the Gripsholm, ca. 300 pp. [WN#14906-
      WN#14908]

384   Report of remarks by the Chinese Consul in Stockholm regarding economic
      conditions in Sweden, August 12, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#10324]
      Records of the Stockholm, Sweden SO Branch, including intelligence reports and
      telegrams, ca. April 1944 – May 1945, ca. 500 pp. [WN#14021 – WN#14038]
      Records of the Caserta, Italy SI Branch, including records relating to OSS
      meetings with Italian General Giacomo Carboni, ca. September 1943 – July 1944,
      ca. 200 pp. [WN#14039 – WN#14044]
      Considerations on Reflections That Allied Victories Over Germany May Have on
      Japanese Public Opinion, October 6, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#14202]
      Memorandum on political considerations in liberated Florence, Italy, September
      17, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#14202]

385   Caserta, Italy, SI Branch records, including indexes to miscellaneous reports,
      miscellaneous reports, and semi-monthly summaries, ca. November 1943 – June
      1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14045 – WN#14049]
      Memorandums regarding coordinating Partisan activities in Italy, October 25 and
      November 1, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#14050]
      Memorandums regarding correlation of OSS activities in Northern Italy and
      Switzerland, October 25, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#14050]
      Interviews with passengers of the Gripsholm [WN#14909-WN#14912]

386   Interviews with passengers of the Gripsholm [WN#14913-WN#14919]

387   Interviews with passengers of the Gripsholm [WN#14350, and WN#14951-
      WN#14952]

388   Records of interviews with passengers of the Gripsholm, and related records, ca.
      October 1942 – May 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#14953-WN#14956]
      Note on special propaganda in Catholic milieux [sic] of Latin America, ca.
      August 1942, 4 pp. [WN#14960]
      Records relating to using American businessman Cornelius V. Starr, and his
      companies, to gather intelligence in the Far East, ca. December 1941 – September
      1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#14971]
      Records relating to ending the subsidy for the Mazzini Society, July 1942, 4 pp.
      [WN#14978]
      Memo regarding SI Africa Project, March 26, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#14980]
      Memorandum regarding the search for funds belonging to Vichy French leader
      Pierre Laval in the U.S. or Canada, July 24, 1942, 1 p. [WN#14983]
      Memorandum from Arthur J. Goldberg concerning the establishment of a
      Catholic intelligence service in Europe, July 24, 1942, 10 pp. [WN#14985]
      Report of a meeting between Soviet official Vyacheslav Molotov and Free French
      leader Charles de Gaulle, July 24, 1942, 1 p. [WN#14986]
      Memorandum on Greek intelligence plans, July 15, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#14989]
      Memorandum listing the OSS Missions established in Europe, July 27, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#14991]
      Information on Italy written by, and records relating to, Prince Boncompagno
      Boncompagni Ludovisi, ca. 1942-1945, ca. 450 pp. [WN#15258 (beginning)]

389   Information on Italy written by, and records relating to, Prince Boncompagno
      Boncompagni Ludovisi, ca. 1943-1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#15258 (conclusion)]
      Memorandum on the results of a conference between the State Department’s
      Division of African Affairs and SSU, January 31, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#14043]
      Letters describing conditions in Germany and Switzerland, and military matters in
      Italy and Hungary, ca. February – June 1942, ca. 15 pp. [WNW#14809]
      Information relating to developments in Greece reported by, and records relating
      to, Greek industrialist Bodosaki Athanassiades, April – December 1942, ca. 15
      pp. [WN#14811]
      Memos from Arthur J. Goldberg regarding Swiss shipping and Swiss seamen as
      sources of information, July – September 1942, 10 pp. [WN#14814]
      Intercepted reports of the Peruvian Ambassador to the Holy See sent to the
      President of Peru and the Peruvian Foreign Minister, March and May 1942. They
      relate to conditions in Europe, the status of the war and its future, and concern
      about Communism [WN#14815 and WN# 14818].
      Report on Spain and Spanish (Catalan) Exiles, July 1942, 10 pp. [WN#14816]
      Intercepted reports of the Argentine Charge d’Affairs in Bulgaria to his country
      regarding the situation in Southern Europe and Bulgaria, June 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#14818]
      French West Indies weekly propaganda bulletin No. 21, June 30, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#14818]
      OSS Planning documents for France, August 1945; Sweden, January 1945; Spain
      and Portugal, May 1945; and, Switzerland, January 1945 [WN#14819]
      Reports, memos and other documents relating to conditions and activities in
      China, 1942-1944, ca. 200 pp. [WN#14823]. Many of these records were written
      by, and refer to, J. Arthur Duff, an employee of American businessman Cornelius
      V. Starr.

390   Interviews with passengers of the Gripsholm [WN#14824, and WN#14920-
      WN#14923]

391   Interviews with passengers of the Gripsholm [WN#14924-WN#14929]
      Lists of names obtained in a response to a circular from the Greek Archdiocese of
      North and South America calling for the names of Greek youths currently serving,
      or soon to serve, in the US armed forces, July 1942, 5 pp. [WN#14930]
      Letter from Alexander S. Lipsett to Arthur Goldberg relating to developing
      intelligence through labor channels in Europe, and related records, June – July
      1942, 7 pp. [WN#14931]
      Report from Alexander S. Lipsett regarding underground work in Austria, June
      29, 1942, 6 pp. [WN#14932]
      Memorandum from Arthur Goldberg to Allen Dulles with information on the
      Banque Nationale pour le Commerce et L’Industrie, and related records, June 29
      – July 15 1942, 20 pp. [WN#14933]
      Reports from Alexander S. Lipsett concerning labor disturbances and
      revolutionary underground propaganda in France, July 1942, 2 pp. [WN#14934
      and WN#14935]
392   Memorandum on arrangements made for an OSS base, and the hiring and repairs
      of caiques, on Cyprus, July 24, 1943, 10 pp. [WN#14936]
      Memorandum to Richard Helms, Northern Europe, SI, with intelligence regarding
      a buildup of Soviet troops in Poland, March 19, 1946, 1 p. [WN#14938]
      List of field office addresses and telephone numbers in Austria, Belgium, Egypt,
      England, Germany, and Turkey, August 23, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#14939]
      Memorandum discussing the need for the Swiss Station to keep Washington fully
      informed about their sources, September 13, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#14940]
      Memorandum about new arrangements for communications training and briefing
      of intelligence personnel, October 16, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#14942]
      Memorandum from Arthur J. Goldberg furnishing information about lawyer
      Suzanne Blum, who had furnished information about Hubert Deschamps, the
      Governor of the Ivory Coast, July 25, 1942, 4 pp. [WN#15016]
      Progress Report #7 on Project #1 India-Ceylon, July 4, 1942, 1 p. [WN#15017]
      Records relating to the offer of journalist Hugo Speck to pretend to make
      propaganda broadcasts for the Germans, July 24 – 30, 1942, 9 pp. [WN#15018]
      Report on Dutch resistance and sabotage methods, July 27, 1942, 3 pp.
      [WN#15019]
      Report of an interview with, and a report submitted by, journalist Hugo Speck,
      relating to the situation in Germany and propaganda in the Balkans, June and July
      1942, 9 pp. [WN#15020]
      Memorandum relating to Greek shipping in general, and the S.S. Tchetis in
      particular, July 28, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#15021]
      General impressions of situation in Syria and Lebanon as of July 2, 1942, 4 pp.
      [WN#15022]
       Report on certain Spanish and Fascist personalities who recently arrived in the
      Argentine, July 27, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#15023]
      Report on road construction in Spain, July 27, 1942, 5 pp. [WN#15024]
      Memorandum for Allen Dulles regarding collaboration between American and
      Belgian services, July 20, 1942, 1 p. [WN#15027]
      Project for Obtaining Information and Encouraging Resistance through Italian
      Underground Movements, July 16, 1942, 5 pp. [WN#15028]
      Records relating to, and information obtained from, the Christian and Missionary
      Alliance, ca. June 1942 – July 1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#15030]
      Field Report on operations in Spain, April 25, 1945, 23 pp. [WN#15034]
      Records relating to Jean Bernard and the French Resistance, June 1942, 12 pp.
      [WN#15037]
      Memorandum relating to use of ATC cover at Casablanca, Tripoli, Marseille,
      London, and Athens, July 18, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#15038]
      Minutes of FESI staff meeting, 30 March 1945; March 31, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#15040]
      Memoranda relating to a program for work in the maritime field and maritime
      labor contacts, September 10 – October 21, 1942, 15 pp. [WN#15045]
      Memorandum relating to Project 12 for Portuguese East Africa, December 21,
      1942, 1 p. [WN#15047]
      Statement on Germany’s inter-continental debt by the Argentine Consul to Berlin,
      December 3, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#15055]
      Report and related records on developments in Mallorca and the Canary Islands,
      ca. November 1942 – February 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#15058]
      Report on French Indo-China and Manchuria, December 1942, 6 pp.
      [WN#15059]
      Memorandum to Chief, SO, listing personnel paid from Special funds, March 30,
      1944, 2 pp. [WN#15060]
      Program for Southwest Europe by Fernand Dechambre, May 1942, 12 pp.
      [WN#15062]
      Records relating to the revision of Project No. 1 for Portugal, and a loan to the
      Portugal-American Company, November 1942 – January 1943, 11 pp.
      [WN#15064]
      Reports by Dr. Alexander S. Lipsett on German reconditioning of Norwegian
      ships, German concessions to workers, labor developments in France, and
      Japanese activity in the East Indies and the Malay Peninsula, January 1943, 10 pp.
      [WN#15066 – WN#15069]
      Memorandum describing conditions at the camp in Windsor, Ontario where
      Jugoslav Army forces were training, January 13, 1943, 1 p. [WN#15072]
      Records relating to the Vichy French Secret Service in Iraq, December 1942 –
      January 1943, 6 pp. [WN#15074]
      Report describing the situation in Angola, December 24, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#15075]
      Report of remarks by the Mexican Minister to Lisbon, Portugal about speeches
      made by Spanish leader General Franco, February 10, 1943, 1 p. [WN#15085]
      Report of the views of the Cuban Ambassador to Madrid, Spain about the
      significance of the Iberian Coalition, February 16, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15085]
      Report describing the reaction of the Argentine Ambassador to the Vatican to the
      visit of the US special envoy to the Pope, February 10, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15085]
      Records describing the situation in Belgium, ca. July 1942, 8 pp. [WN#15156]

393   Report on operations and personnel of the Labor Section, SI, January 8, 1944, ca.
      50 pp. [WN#15158]
      Records relating to Alexander S. Lipsett, Executive Director of the Public and
      Labor Relations Service Bureau, and frequent contributor of reports to the Labor
      Section, ca. June 1942 – December 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#15159]
      Intercepted messages of the Military and Air Attaché to the Argentine Embassy in
      Berlin, Germany, providing information on the situation in Germany and Europe,
      March 1942, 17 pp. [WN#15161]
      Report on conditions in China, April 8, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#15503]
      Records relating to anti-submarine warfare, May – July 1943, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#15506]
      Information on Madame Chiang Kai-shek, 1943-1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#15521]
      Records relating to the Bison Group, Italians detained in the U.S. who were
      recruited for SO operations in the North African Theater, ca. May 1943 – May
      1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#15528]
      Memorandum to the Director, SI, about CI problems, May 18, 1943, 4 pp.
      [WN#15531]
      Memo regarding Japanese collaborators in the Philippines, April 25, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#15532]
      Memo to William J. Donovan regarding Fez Moslem relations, May 6, 1943, 2
      pp. [WN#15536]
      Memo regarding the Palestine Communist Party, May 8, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15537]
      Records relating to cooperation with the representatives of Czech Intelligence,
      May – December 1942, 15 pp. [WN#15540]
      Numerous reports containing information provided by the Czech Intelligence
      Service regarding the conditions in the Protectorate, Slovakia, and elsewhere in
      Europe, ca. February – July 1943, ca. 300 pp. [WN#15541 – WN#15542]. Also
      included is a report on German preparations against Switzerland.

394   Information from intercepted messages containing information on Vichy France,
      Spain, Germany, Italy, Latin American countries, Polish refugees in Rumania, the
      Netherlands, France, and Denmark, 1942, ca. 40 pp. [WN#14826, WN#14832,
      WN#14833, and WN#14836]
      Records relating to Swiss projects, 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14828]
      Reports and memos regarding the “S” Project relating to newspaper intelligence
      in China, and the publication on the Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, 1942-
      1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14834]
      Reports on the political situation in Spain, October 1942, 4 pp. [WN#14839]
      Report regarding Argentine shipping and the Axis, October 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#14839]
      Records of the Survey of Foreign Experts, including a history of the organization
      from 1942 – 1944, and records relating to its liquidation, 1942 – 1946, ca. 225 pp.
      [WN#14842]
      Memo regarding SI duties in the collection of Safehaven information, August 31,
      1945, 1 p. [WN#14842]
      Memo regarding Safehaven developments, August 14, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#14842]
      Survey of Foreign Experts Supplementary Report on Germany, December 5,
      1942, 4 pp. Discusses the Gestapo, women prisoners in Germany and Poles
      (including forced laborers) in Germany. [WN#14842]

395   Records relating to Angola and Linton Wells, 1942 – 1945, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#15204]
      Translations of intercepted communications of diplomatic personnel, 1942, ca. 20
      pp. [WN#15208 and WN#15219 – WN#15225]
      Report on conditions in Greece, September 1942, 4 pp. [WN#15210]
      Records relating to the Azores project, ca. July – October 1942, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#15211]
      Belgian Project, 1942, ca. 10 pp. [WN#15212]
      Records relating to Angola and OSS representative Ernest J. Fenton, ca. 1928 –
      February 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#15214]
      Memorandum to Director, OSS regarding the OSS at Dakar, French West Africa,
      May 11, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#15215]
      Information from an International Business Machine executive regarding
      conditions in Europe, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#15217]. Discusses Germans taking IBM
      equipment, French laborers, German agents in Frances, Spanish and Portuguese
      political matters, food situation in Spain, and transportation in France, Spain, and
      Portugal.
      Records relating to Portuguese East Africa and an OSS representative there, ca.
      July 1942 – October 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#15229 and WN#15230]

396   Records relating to Jean Jerome Ffoulke, ca. November 1942 – July 1946, ca. 150
      pp. [WN#12695]
      Daily progress report regarding a trip from Luxembourg to Belgium, September
      30-October 9, 1944, ca. 10 pp. [WN#12699]
      Interrogation report of an agent’s mission in the Netherlands, October 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#12700]
      Records of a conference on OSS activities in the Far East, February 22, 1943, 7
      pp. [WN#15117]
      Activities Report of MO Field Unit – P & PW for December 1 – 15, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#16351]. [This is Appendix C to report no. 17]
      Reports on security and intelligence, including a study of conditions in Italy and
      their relations to American intelligence, November 1945 – February 1946, ca. 15
      pp. [WN#16353]
      Memorandums relating to liaison with the foreign intelligence services, April
      1946, ca. 40 pp. [WN#16354 and WN#16355]

397   Information on Ireland and OSS representative Ervin Ross Marlin, July 1942-July
      1943, ca. 200 pp. [WN#14716]
      Information about insurance and the OSS Insurance Intelligence Unit, 1942-1945,
      ca. 300 pp. [WN#14718]
      Memo regarding a plan for psychological warfare in the Pacific as suggested by
      certain Netherlands officials, October 5, 1942, 11 pp. [WN#14845]
      Records from, and relating to, members of the Belgium Government in Exile,
      including criticism of the inadequacy of Belgian propaganda in the U.S., October
      1942 – December 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14847]
      Planning documents concerning OSS post-hostilities operations in ETO,
      Mediterranean Theater, and Near East, ca. 25 pp. [WN#14849]
      Records relating to OSS attempts to arrange for airline traffic between Portugal
      and Portuguese colonies, ca. July 1942 – July 1943, ca. 150 pp. [WN#14850]

398   Appendix “C,” Organizations and Personnel in Malaya, from an unidentified
      report, ca. 1944, 58 pp. [WN#15129]
      Intercepted communications and reports of conversations of mainly South
      American diplomats, ca. July – November 1942, ca. 30 pp. [WN#15131 –
      WN#15135]
      Report on conditions among German soldiers in Norway, November 25, 1942, 2
      pp. [WN#15138]
      Records relating to projects in the Cape Verde Islands, August 1942 – March
      1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#15140]
      Report on situation with regard to Personnel for Dipper, February 5, 1943, 3 pp.
      [WN#15142]
      Letter from Labor advocate Vanni Montana, stating the policy of the Italian
      Socialist Party Underground regarding financial contributions, December 15,
      1942, 1 p. [WN#15146]
      Booklet describing the work of the OSS Maritime Unit, 1944?, 15 pp.
      [WN#15147]
      Records by, and relating to, Ettore Chiarini, including references to his
      recruitment of applicants for the OSS, February 1943 – August 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#15148]
      Records relating to Shanghai, China port facilities, ca. February – September
      1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#15150]

399   OSS Planning documents for Portugal and Spain, November 1944, May 1945, ca.
      150 pp. [WN#15303]
      OSS Planning documents for the Mediterranean Theater of Operations, October,
      December 1944, ca. 150 pp. [WN#15304]
      OSS Planning documents for the Near East, 1944 and1945, ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#15305]
      Memo regarding the French resistance in Marseilles, January 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#15453]
      Memo regarding a report from an International Telephone and Telegraph
      executive regarding Spain, May 7, 1942, 4 pp. [WN#15455]
      Information on OSS activities in Spain and Portugal, 1942-1944, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#15458]
      Recommendations on Future Organization and Operations of SI and X-2 branches
      in the Iberian Peninsula, May 20, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#15458]

400   Pages 3 – 5 (Appendix A) from an unidentified report, listing projects in England,
      the Near East, North Africa, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland,
      and West Africa, n.d., [WN#14701] [It appears that these pages were taken from
      the Monthly Report of the Operations Section of SA/B for the period ending July
      15, 1942, WN#14710]
      Report on the outstanding achievements of the Italian Section, SI since its
      inception in March 1942, 4 pp. [WN#14706]
      Progress Reports of India-Ceylon Project #1, May 15 – 29, 1942, 7 pp.
      [WN#14707]
      Progress Reports of the Insurance Intelligence Unit, December 1942 – February
      1943, 7 pp. [WN#14708]
      Progress Reports of Afghanistan Project #1, May 22 and 29, 1942, 3 pp.
      [WN#14709]
      Monthly Reports of the Operations Section of SA/B for the periods ending June
      15 and July 15, 1942, 62 pp. [WN#14710] [It appears that the pages missing from
      the report for the period ending July 15 are those found in WN#14701]
      Monthly Report, Operations Section of S.I. for April 1942; May 20, 1942, 3 pp.
      [WN#14710]
      Cover letters to reports, which are not attached, discussing the importance of
      recent activities of Swedish railway workers, November 13 and December 1,
      1942, 2 pp. [WN#14711]
      Intercepted communications and reports of conversations of mainly South
      American diplomats, ca. April – May and November – December 1942, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#14714 – WN#14715, WN#14720 – WN#14721, and WN#14876 –
      WN#14878]
      Records relating to a failed SO – SI mission to the West Coast of Africa, January
      1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14722]
      Circular from the Greek Archdiocese of North and South America to all Greek
      communities in the US requesting information on Greek youths serving, or soon
      to serve, in the US Armed Forces, April 1942, 4 pp. [WN#14880]
      Appeal from the Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church of North and South
      America to all the members of his Church to support the US war effort, December
      8, 1941, 2 pp. [WN#14881]
      Results of a card file check under subversive individuals, April 21, 1942, 8 pp.
      [WN#14884]
      The Significance of Nigeria in the Present War Situation, February 12, 1942, 9
      pp. [WN#14885]
      Report on the situation in the Croat part of Yugoslavia, January 1943, 3 pp.
      [WN#14889]
      Reports and other records relating to ways of crossing the Franco-Spanish
      frontier, ca. January – June 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#14890]
      Memorandum regarding the urgent need for more transport planes to facilitate
      contact between Stockholm, Sweden and London, England, January 5, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#14893]
      Letters describing the situation in China, November 1942, 11 pp. [WN#14895]
      Letters relating to the situation in India, July – December 1942, 17 pp.
      [WN#14898]

401   Report on activities of Major Frank A. Gleason in China March 1943 thru March
      1945, ca. 300 pp. with photographs. [WN#14899]
      Report on German preparedness and anticipation of the future, December 31,
      1942, 2 pp. [WN#14900]
      Report on a program for a Polish People’s State, August 1942, 5 pp. [WN#15172]
      Report on labor conditions in Germany and Lorraine, August 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#15173]
      Report on Italian labor conditions, August 1942, 2 pp. [WN#15175]
      Report on underground organization of French workers, August 30, 1942, 3 pp.
      [WN#15178]
      Records relating to Chinese Ambassador to the U.S., Wei Tao-ming, ca.
      September 1942 – September 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#15179]
      Memorandums regarding OSS operations, and psychological warfare, in Portugal,
      September – October 1942, 10 pp. [WN#15184]
      Report of comments about Danish official personalities and affairs, November
      1942, 4 pp. [WN#15187]
      Report consisting of a summarization of telegrams received from a Chinese agent
      in Switzerland who was in touch with a group of German Army officers, Oct.
      1942, 4 pp. [WN#15190]
      Information on the Oppenheim family, German bankers, and Nazi agents, October
      1942, 2 pp. [WN#15192]
      Information on the Greek Intelligence Service and Colonel D. N. Xenos, 1942-
      1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#15198]
      Records relating to journalist Edwin Hartrich, Jr., ca. July 1942 – August 1943,
      ca. 100 pp. [WN#15243]

402   Records relating to the Iberian Peninsula written by, and records relating to,
      Marya Blow, a.k.a. Marya Mannes, ca. July 1944 – May 1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#15244]
      Memorandum giving examples of oral intelligence procured from American
      businessmen or American commercial organizations, July 16, 1946, 3 pp.
      [WN#15250]
      Intercepted messages regarding the situation in Germany, Czechoslovakia, Spain,
      France, Turkey, and the Protectorate, 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#15262]
      Report on conditions in Turkey, August 1942, 8 pp. [WN#15266]
      Appendixes to the Order of Battle for the French Forces of the West, December 8,
      1944, ca. 15 pp. [WN#15268]
      Labor Project Report of a meeting at OSS on September 4, 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#15270]
      Memos regarding G-2 and Office of Naval Intelligence relations with the British,
      January 1943, 6 pp. [WN#15272]
      Semi-Monthly report of OSS-Middle East, October 1-15, 1944, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#15277]
      Information on Greek Projects, 1942-1944, ca. 300 pp. [WN#15280-WN#15282]

403   Comprehensive Eastern European Project; Detailed Greek Project, June 25, 1942,
      ca. 150 pp. [WN#15283]
      Records relating to Greece and Greek projects, ca. February 1942 – March 1943,
      ca. 150 pp. [WN#15284, WN#15285, and WN#15315]
      Plans for Switzerland and related correspondence, ca. January 1944 – February
      1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#15306]
      Plans for Sweden and related correspondence, December 1944-March 1945, ca.
      75 pp. [WN#15307]
      Records relating to SI and SOE liaison, including a record of conversation among
      Colonel Donovan, Sir Charles Hambro, and others, ca. June 1942 – January 1943,
      ca. 15 pp. [WN#15309]
      Memorandum regarding OSS operations in Portugal, September 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#15309]
404   Records from, and relating to, SI, Istanbul, Turkey, regarding personnel problems
      and the Dogwood Chain, ca. March 1944 – July 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#15322]
      Intercepted diplomatic communications, including those of the Spanish
      Ambassador to Tokyo, Japan describing Japanese accounts of victories at Pearl
      Harbor, Hawaii and other places, November and December 1942, 13 pp.
      [WN#15324, WN#15327, and WN#15329]
      Records relating to OSS attempts to receive, and the handling of, Spanish or “J”
      material, ca. August 1942 – February 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#15325]
      Belgian intelligence reports and related records, ca. November 1942 – February
      1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#15326]. Contains information regarding Belgian and
      French questions and personalities.
      Records relating to OSS subsidies to the Portuguese newspaper O Sol, ca. July
      1942 – April 1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#15328]
      Copies of letters received by the National Foreign Trade Council, Inc., in
      response to a request to corporations for the names of people able to provide
      authoritative information about foreign countries, ca. October 1941 – January
      1942, ca. 300 pp. [WN#15331]

405   Records relating to West African projects and personnel, ca. January 1942 –
      March 1943, ca. 150 pp. [WN#15332]
      Memorandum relating to projects in Norway, November 9, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#15336]
      Memos regarding OSS-SOE relations in Africa, February 1943, ca. 6 pp.
      [WN#15341 and WN#15343]
      Report on organization of operations in Portugal, June 12, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#15346]
      Memo regarding chemical warfare agents, June 25, 1943 [WN#15353]
      Memorandum regarding certain Spanish ships and the political affiliations of their
      captains, December 31, 1942, 4 pp. [WN#15359]
      Account of conditions in Martinique, December 8, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#15360]
      Correspondence and reports regarding OSS Turkey, 1944-1945, ca. 250 pp.
      [WN#15362 – WN#15366]
      Information regarding OSS operations in Portugal, French Morocco, and Spanish
      West Africa written by, and records relating to, Edward Wyllys Andrews IV, ca.
      January 1943 – May 1947, ca. 150 pp. [WN#15401]
      Records relating to operations on the Iberian Peninsula, including memorandums
      to William Donovan and official planning documents, ca. September 1942 –
      February 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#15402 – WN#15403]
      Memorandum to Colonel Donovan concerning OSS liaison mission to India,
      January 23, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15404]

406   Records relating to the recruitment, training, and missions of Thailand nationals,
      ca. March 1942 – March 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#15410]
      Report and other records relating to Germany by Dr. Alexander S. Lipsett,
      February – May 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#15412]
      Records about developments in Mozambique, February 1943, 7 pp. [WN#15414]
      Memorandum from Arthur Goldberg to Colonel Donovan relating to a cable from
      the International Transportworkers Federation to the Amalgamated Clothing
      Workers of America asking for money for underground activity in Europe,
      February 24, 1943, 1 p. [WN#15417]
      Report on the food situation in Belgium, January 23, 1945, 1 p. [WN#15418]
      Letter describing the problem of inflation in Free China, February 24, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#15419]
      Intercepted diplomatic and other communications, mainly of Latin American
      diplomats, relating to developments in Brazil, Portugal, Spain, the Vatican, and
      other places, January - August 1943, ca. 35 pp. [WN#15420 – WN#15422,
      WN#15427, WN#15429, WN#15437, WN#15462, and WN#15553 –
      WN#15554]
      Telegrams relating to Liberia and other topics, August – December 1942, 12 pp.
      [WN#15423]
      Letters describing differences with the British in Gibraltar and over the
      Massingham Mission to North Africa, November 1942, 4 pp. [WN#15425]
      Memorandum describing events relating to the South East Asia Command,
      November 2, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15426]
      Memorandum describing OSS intelligence collection activities in Portugal,
      August 12, 1943, 1 p. [WN#15434]
      Biographical and personal appraisal information, including information relating to
      James Hugh Angleton, August 12, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#15436]
      Information on Chinese businessman Lee Kong Chian, August 1943, 6 pp.
      [WN#15439]
      Records relating to secret writing used by the German Secret Service, August –
      September 1943, 5 pp. [WN#15441]
      Reports on guerrilla forces in Yugoslavia, including the forces of Draza
      Mihailovich April 1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#15460]
      Memorandums on the possible indiscretions of Count Carl A. “Bobby” von
      Moltke, December 1945 and January 1946, 2 pp. [WN#15461]
      Memorandum providing information in answer to Colonel Donovan’s inquiry
      about cables to Angola, January 21, 1943, 1 p. [WN#15552]
      S.O.E. – Special Training Schools, n.d., ca. 100 pp. [WN#15555]
      Correspondence between the OSS and the National Foreign Trade Council, Inc.,
      relating to the search for people able to provide authoritative information about
      foreign countries, ca. October 1941 – April 1942, ca. 100 pp. [WN#15649]

407   List of SI personnel in the field, February 26, 1946, 8 pp. [WN#14634]
      Information on Afghanistan, 1942-1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#14636]
      Records relating to SI program for Burma, May 1943, 5 pp. [WN#14637]
      Chungking and Kunming, China cables regarding the discreet surveillance of
      British officer I. B. Trevor, April and May 1945, 4 pp. [WN#14639 and
      WN#14641]
      Lists on Axis sympathizers in Greece, October 1943, 12 pp. [WN#14644]
      Biographical information about sources of information for the Survey of Foreign
      Experts, ca. October 1943, ca. 40 pp. [WN#14646 – WN#14650]
408   Two reports regarding intercepted Peruvian diplomatic messages regarding the
      Pope failing to condemn the attacks on civilian populations and Nazi atrocities in
      Poland, December 1942, 4 pp. [WN#14729]
      Intercepted message regarding the political situation in Portugal, January 1943, 2
      pp. [WN#14729]
      Intercepted message regarding Hitler’s 1943 New Years Speech and comments by
      the Argentine Military Attaché on events, December 29, 1942 and January 13,
      1943, 2 pp. [WN#14729]
      Report on difficulties of German authorities with workers in Norway, Dec. 1942,
      1 p. [WN#14731]
      Report on labor conditions in Germany and German-occupied Europe, Feb.1943,
      2 pp. [WN#14732]
      Intercepted message regarding Mussolini’s speech in the Chamber of Fascist
      Corporations ca. December 1942, 2 pp. [WN#14733]
      Information intercepted from an Argentine diplomat in Berne, Switzerland
      regarding a speech by General Goering on the 10th anniversary of the Nazi Party,
      April 7, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#14737]
      Report on OSS Far East and Dutch East Indies operations, October 1943, ca. 10
      pp. [WN#14739]
      M.E. 1 progress report for November 22 – 28, 1942, 1 p. [WN#15289]
      N.E. 1 progress report for September 30 – November 7, 1942, 1 p. [WN#15290]
      Records relating to OSS and SOE coordination, ca. October 1942 – July 1943, ca.
      50 pp. [WN#15292]
      NEM-1 progress report for week ending March 27, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15293]
      Memorandum regarding a trip to the Middle East to survey “the SO potentialities
      in the Arab speaking world,” March 19, 1943, 10 pp. [WN#15294]
      Memo regarding coal shortage in Germany, November 10, 1942, 1 p.
      [WN#15299]
      Memo regarding conditions in Germany and Norway, November 10, 1942, 2 pp.
      [WN#15300]
      Information concerning developments in Italy written by, and records relating to,
      Italian-American labor figure Vanni Buscemi Montana, a.k.a. Giovanni Santo
      Buscemi, ca. November 1942 – July 1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#15368]

409   Report and related records about the French Resistance, March 1943, 5 pp.
      [WN#15369]
      Memorandums describing conditions in Italy, including unrest among metal
      workers in Turin, November 1942, 2 pp. [WN#15372]
      Report by Dr. Alexander S. Lipsett on the economic situation of French railway
      workers and the effects of Allied bombing on the workers’ morale, November
      1942, 2 pp. [WN#15373]
      Intercepted diplomatic and other communications, many from Latin American
      diplomats, including the Spanish Ambassador to Tokyo, Japan; and Argentine
representatives to Berlin, Germany; ca. May 1942 – July 1943, ca. 50 pp.
[WN#15374 – WN#15376, WN#15378, WN#15380, WN#15382, WN#15386,
WN#15392,WN#15465, WN#15483 – WN#15487, WN#15490, and WN#15492
– WN#15493]
Records relating to coordination among SOE, SIS, and OSS for missions into
North Africa, including the Massingham Mission, ca. November 1942 – February
1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#15377]
Records relating to Omar Becu, the American representative of the International
Transport Workers Federation, ca. May 1942 – March 1944, ca. 30 pp.
[WN#15379]
 Document Logs of intelligence sent to DNI, ca. December 1945 – July 1946, ca.
300 pp. [WN#15384]
Memorandums relating to the OSS obtaining part of a shipment of gold coin
(French Louis d’or) being sent to Gibraltar, October 9, 1942, 3 pp. [WN#15387]
Records by, and relating to, Eric Nyholm, who at one time helped organize
Chinese guerrillas, September 1942 – August 1943, 16 pp. [WN#15388]
List of American firms operating in Sweden, October 8, 1942, 8 pp. [WN#15389]
Memorandums discussing the possible use of Swedish journalist Victor Vinde,
October 1942, 5 pp. [WN#15390]
Records relating to Antonio Velao, acting head of the Spanish Government in
exile, ca. April – September 1942, 20 pp. [WN#15464]
Appendix 9 from an unidentified report, listing the personnel of the OSS Mission
to Turkey in order of their arrival, ca. August 1944, 3 pp. [WN#15467]
Memorandum regarding a statement of principles to govern “the contacts of SI
and FN with foreign elements in the United States,” February 26, 1943, 4 pp.
[WN#15471]
Report of information supplied by Dr. Paul Brutsaert about health concerns and
other matters in the Belgian Congo, February 22, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#15472]
Records relating to the possibility of carrying out SI work in Eire [Ireland], April
– September 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#15478]
Records relating to the need to construct two high frequency signaling systems in
the US, and other topics, ca. January 1942 – July 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#15479]
Records relating to Lee Lane, a.k.a. Isidor Lazarus, and the Krueger and Toll
transaction he negotiated with the German Government on behalf of Svenska
Handelsbanken of Sweden, ca. September 1941 – July 1943, ca. 30 pp.
[WN#15480]
Reports relating to developments in Yugoslavia, May 27, 1943, 10 pp.
[WN#15488]
Report on chemical warfare agents in Poland, June 1943, 3 pp. [WN#15489]
Memo regarding war industry and production in Germany, June 3, 1943, 1 p.
[WN#15491]
Weekly Activities Reports of OSS, U.S. Army Forces in the Middle East, May 24
– June 12, 1943, 16 pp. [WN#15494]
Inventory of requests from, and answers to, SI Cairo, October 22, 1943, 8 pp.
[WN#15495]
410   List of Foreign Officers and Personalities with Whom the Various Branches OSS
      Are in Contact, and records relating to its compilation, ca. September 1943 –
      December 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#15500]
      Breakdown of suitable OSS tasks in support of military operations, June 11, 1943,
      43 pp. [WN#15560]
      Intercepted message from the Colombian Minister to Madrid analyzing Spanish
      foreign policy from October 1942 – March 1943, 4 pp. [WN#15561]
      Letter describing “the Greek political muddle” and the British role in it, March
      22, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15562]
      Report on a counter intelligence survey in Assam, India, ca. July 1944, 14 pp.
      [WN#15565]
      Records relating to the surveillance of British Major I. B. Trevor of Force 136,
      SEAC, May 1945, 4 pp. [WN#15566]
      Summary of a telegram to Admiral Mountbatten calling on him to expand the
      British sphere of influence over clandestine operations in the IBT, January 29,
      1945, 2 pp. [WN#15567]
      Biographical notes on members of the DGER, May 18, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#15574]
      Memo regarding future organization and operations of the SI and X-2 Branches in
      the Iberian Peninsula, May 20, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#15575]
      Records by, and relating to, French businessman and activist [Jacques] Lemaigre
      Dubreuil, ca. January – March 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#15576]
      Report of inspection on X-2 Office, London, England, August 17, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#15577]
      Intercepted message from the Cuban Ambassador to Spain with comments on the
      Moscow Conference, ca. November 1943, 6 pp. [WN#15580]
      Correspondence file with Girolamo Valenti, editor of La Parola, an Italian-
      American anti-Fascist publication, ca. September 1942 – November 1945, ca. 300
      pp. [WN#15581]
      S&T Branch weekly reports, ca. April – June 1945, 20 pp. [WN#15582]
      Records relating to SI Africa Project for Dakar and ex-Vichy colonies, ca.
      December 1942 – January 1943, 9 pp. [WN#15583]
      Information on SI Ethiopian Project, 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#15584]
      Records relating to SI South African Project, ca. March – July 1943, 8 pp.
      [WN#15585]
      Records relating to project for West Africa/Liberia, ca. June 1942, 6 pp.
      [WN#15586]
      Records relating to Afghanistan Project, ca. May 1942 – October 1943, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#15587]
      OSS Irish Project information, 1942, ca. 40 pp. [WN#15588 and WN#15590]
      Records relating to the India-Ceylon Project, ca. June 1942 – July 1943, ca. 25 pp.
      [WN#15589]

411   Records relating to West Africa Project No. 2, ca. April 1942, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#15591]
      Records relating to Africa Section, SA/B, Angola [Project] No. 9, ca. 1942, 10 pp.
      [WN#15592]
      Description of Near East Project No. 13, ca. 1942, 3 pp. [WN#15593]
      Information on SI plan for Portugal, 1942, ca. 10 pp. [WN#15594]
      Records relating to French Project No. 4, ca. May – August 1942, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#15595]
      Description of Italy Project No. 1, n.d., 4 pp. [WN#15596]
      Records relating to Far East [Project] No. 24, ca. May 1943, 9 pp. [WN#15597]
      Records relating to SI Insurance Intelligence Project No. 1, December 1942 –
      February 1943, 8 pp. [WN#15598]
      Records relating to possible operations in Siam, December 1943 – January 1944,
      8 pp. [WN#15599]
      Report of a trip to BA [Buenos Aires, Argentina?], including descriptions
      of contacts with the FBI, the British, and the Basques, ca. December 1943, 10 pp.
      [WN#15600]
      Letter concerning the Siamese situation, August 11, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#15601]
      Letter to General Tai from M. E. Miles concerning old China hands and the new
      OSS SI and SO man in China, December 19, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#15604]
      Memorandum from William Donovan appointing M. E. Miles head of all OSS
      activities in China, September 20, 1942, 1 p. [WN#15606]
      List of SO military personnel authorized to wear civilian clothes, n.d., 2 pp.
      [WN#15607]
      Booklet on OSS schools and training in the Middle East, n.d., 73 pp. [WN#15616]
      Reports from intercepted messages regarding Spain and Portugal, 1943, ca. 10 pp.
      [WN#15622]
      Memo regarding MO organization and operations in the Far East, December 31,
      1943, ca. 10 pp. [WN#15623]
      Report on the Functions and Organization of the Morale Operations Branch of the
      OSS ETO, 22 pp. [WN#15625]
      Provisional Basic Field Manual for Morale Operations, July 1943, 72 pp.
      [WN#15626]
      Lists of personnel returning from overseas theaters, July 1944 – December 1945,
      ca. 250 pp. [WN#15627 and WN#15628]
      List of the correct names and functions of important British Intelligence Services
      in East Asia, November 25, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#15629]
      Memorandum on the British Intelligence Organization in India, February 10,
      1944, 2 pp. [WN#15629]
      Records relating to methods for escaping, and crossing, from France into Spain,
      June – September 1943, ca. 15 pp. [WN#15631]
      Progress report of work with Polish Section SOE, Nov. 1, 1942-Feb.10, 1943, 6
      pp. [WN#15634]
      Records relating to Luitpold Werz, German Vice-Consul, Lourenco Marques,
      Mozambique, PEA, May – June 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#15639 and WN#15640]

412   Reports with political information on Manchuria, July-August 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#15643]
Records relating to the liquidation of the Post Mercury Company, Inc., publisher
of the Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, August – December 1945, ca. 25 pp.
[WN#15645]
Intelligence report on Niger Colony, March 28, 1942, 22 pp. [WN#15647]
Memo regarding liaison with the British, July 5, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#15648]
Contains observations about the British holding back information, both obtaining
information on Russia, leaks to Drew Pearson, and related matters.
Memo regarding British Intelligence Service in Turkey, March 29, 1945, 2 pp.
[WN#15649]
Memorandum on the use of Greek seamen for conveying messages to and from
Lisbon, Portugal, February 20, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15650]
List of MO-ETO personnel paid from Special Funds, September 20, 1944, 1 p.
[WN#15658]
Special notes on personnel in Cairo, Egypt, July 1, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#15662]
List of MO-ME personnel by nationalities, January 19, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#15663]
Report on British Allied Interrogation Organization, January 1943, 6 pp. [15678]
Report on the British system of interrogation of prisoners of war, refugees and
escapees in the Middle East, February 21, 1943, 62 pp. [WN#15679]
Memo on inter-allied strains in Syria and Lebanon, March 27, 1943, 3 pp.
[WN#15684]
Memo to William J. Donovan providing a digest of reporting from Spain,
Portugal, and Switzerland, April 8, 1943, 7 pp. [WN#15685]
Memorandum to the Director, SI regarding efforts to “unfreeze” Ethiopia from
British control, May 29, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#15686]
Reports on China, 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#15700, WN#15910 and WN#15911]
Memorandum with highlights of the Senate War Committee report, October 12,
1943, 3 pp. [WN#15913]
X-2 Progress report for September 1945, discussing Hans Wilhelm Eggen of the
RSHA. “He contacted us in Zurich and was induced to accept our ‘hospitality’ in
Milan. He crossed at Chiasso October 1st [1945] and he is in the custody of X-2
Italy.” Also information about two other German officers, Major Waldemar Pabst
and Paul Dickopf. [WN#15915]
Report on conditions in Spain, December 28, 1943, 1 p. [15921]
Memos regarding a German family making efforts to build up for an eventual
refuge in Turkey, gold, pictures, and antiques, April 13, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#15922]
Weekly progress reports regarding projects in Cape Verde, the Cape Verde
Islands, and the Azores, October 1942 – January 1943, 4 pp. [WN#15923 and
WN#15924]
Weekly progress reports regarding projects in West Africa, November 1942 –
January 1943, 3 pp. [WN#15925 and WN#15926]
Description of SO projects on the Iberian Peninsula and the Atlantic Islands, n.d.,
1 p. [WN#15927]
Memo to William J. Donovan regarding SO operations plans, December 10, 1942,
6 pp. [WN#15930]
Summary of SO projects worldwide, n.d., 5 pp. [WN#15931]
      Summary of instructions given to Felix Alouis Caspar Guepin regarding his
      mission to Sweden, December 18, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#15933]
      Summary of SO projects from December 15, 1942 to March 15, 1943, 6 pp.
      [WN#15935]
      List of SO operational personnel, December 12, 1942, 18 pp. [WN#15936]
      Records relating to the TAURUS Mission, an MO mission to Portugal, December
      1943 – June 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#15937 – WN#15942]

413   Reports on aluminum and magnesium producers in Axis and occupied countries,
      January-September 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#14196]
      Information about Formosa and attitudes of Formosan Chinese, April-May 1944,
      ca. 250 pp. [WN#16157]
      Synopsis of the Iberian Desk, SI, October 1944, 4 pp. [WN#16159]
      History of OSS Near East Section from May 15, 1943 to September 15, 1944, 35
      pp. [WN#16161]
      Memo regarding Japan: Diplomatic Strategy and Military Morale, January 2,
      1945, 1 p. [WN#16202]
      Memorandum regarding an attempt to contact the British by an emissary of Kurt
      Jahnke, former head of Hitler’s personal intelligence office, December 28, 1944,
      2 pp. [WN#16203]
      Memo regarding British attitude toward Spanish leader Francisco Franco,
      December 26, 1944, 1 p. [WN#16204]
      Report concerning the Apostolic Delegate in London reporting agreement reached
      between Polish Government and Lublin Committee, November 24, 1944, 1 p.
      [WN#16205]
      Memo regarding meeting on OSS Strategy for Bulgaria, July 22, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#16206]

414   Hank Judah Reports on events in Europe 1943-1944, ca. 600 pp. Hank Judah is
      identified in the records as a well-known Central European newspaper man with
      close ties to the Vatican and the Polish and Belgian governments in exile.
      Information is provided on a wide variety of European topics [WN#15556]

415   Black and Vernon reports from Rome, Italy, 1944-1946 [WN#15557]

416   Report on the possibilities of Rumanian withdrawal from the Axis partnership,
      1943, 13 pp. [WN#16454]
      Record relating to the PARADISE Project, to establish an intelligence network in
      Germany using German members of the Mormon Church, ca. January 1944 –
      January 1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#16481]
      Memorandums describing the potentialities to make contacts for European
      intelligence information in Latin America, n.d., 6 pp. [WN#16482]
      Records of Labor Project No. 7, to use the underground organization of the
      International Transport Worker’s Federation in Axis and occupied countries for
      obtaining information and conducting sabotage of transport facilities, ca. June
      1943 – June 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#16484]
      Plans for Turkey, February 1945, 5 pp. [WN#16485 and WN#16486]
      Intelligence information supplied by Czech Intelligence Service, August 1943-
      March 1945, ca. 400 pp. Provides information on a variety of European topics
      [WN#15543-WN#15546]

417   Intelligence information supplied by Czech Intelligence Service, August 1943-
      March 1945, ca. 400 pp. Provides information on a variety of European topics
      [WN#15547-WN#15550]
      Report by Dr. Alexander S. Lipsett on German-Swedish relations, April 7, 1943,
      2 pp. [WN#15701]
      Report of the activities of X-2 organization for the week ending November 13,
      1943, 2 pp. [WN#15707]
      SI African Section reports, 1942 - 1943, ca. 300 pp. [WN#15710-WN#15712]
      Record relating to the SO group ORION, which operated in North Africa and
      Italy, ca. March – August 1943, ca. 150 pp. [WN#15713 and WN#15714]

418   Biographical information on people of interest to the Survey of Foreign Experts,
      ca. 1943 – 1944, ca. 40 pp. [WN#15752 – WN#15755]
      Report on Italian Secret Intelligence Service, February 1, 1943, ca. 25 pp.
      [WN#15757]
      Records of the K Project, which sought to contact the leaders of Bulgaria to
      ascertain if Bulgaria could be detached from the Axis, 1943-1944, ca. 200 pp.
      [WN#15759]. Includes records by, and relating to, Angel Kouyoumdjisky.
      OSS Cairo, Egypt cable regarding eventual clash between British and Russians in
      the Balkans, March 9, 1944, 1 p. [WN#15759]
      Records relating to the German Intelligence Service, including a list of German
      agents, 5th columnists, and sympathizers in Portugal, 1941, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#15760]

419   Proposal for OSS Unit in Germany, December 1944 [WN#16059]
      Memo from Allen Dulles to William J. Donovan regarding his meeting with John
      McCloy to discuss post-war Germany, September 29, 1944, 1 p. [WN#16060]
      Memo regarding penetrating Germany, December 10, 1943, 13 pp. [WN#16063]
      Memo regarding penetrating Germany by labor groups, August 28, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#16065]

420   Information about Renato Senise, an Italian movie producer, who was arrested in
      Sweden for espionage and bigamy, 1943-1946, ca. 300 pp. [WN#14744]

421   Information on China, 1943-1944 [WN#16264-WN#16265]
      Report on Japanese occupation of Dutch East Indies, December 1943 [WN16071
      and WN#16078]
      Memo regarding Philippine political matters, December 7, 1943, 5 pp.
      [WN#16074]
      Memo regarding meeting with member of French Military Mission in the CBI
      Theater, May 1944, 4 pp. [WN#16076]
      Letter regarding terrible conditions in China, July 14, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#15397]
      Information regarding gathering Japanese intelligence from areas outside of the
      Far East, 1943-1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#15953]
      OSS Branches and Sections Accomplishments Reports, March 1944, ca. 60 pp.
      [WN#15960]
      Numerous reports regarding atomic research, including the Azuza Project and
      Ramona disseminations; the Manhattan district; Americans and Russians looking
      for German scientists; watch list for atomic bomb production; experiments in
      France, Spain, Russia, Japan; and related information, June 1944-1946
      [WN#15961 (Folder 1)]

422   Numerous reports regarding atomic research, including the Azuza Project and
      Ramona disseminations; the Manhattan district; Americans and Russians looking
      for German scientists; watch list for atomic bomb production; experiments in
      France, Spain, Russia, Japan; and related information, June 1944-1946
      [WN#15961 (Folder 2)]

423   SSU Intelligence Brief No. 5: Economic intelligence requirements for Russia,
      August 6, 1946, ca. 15 pp. [WN#16134]
      Memos regarding facilities required by the Central Intelligence Group from the
      State, War, and Navy Departments for peace-time operations, April-May 1946, 6
      pp. [WN#16130]
      Guide to Covert Propaganda Intelligence, April 1946, 19 pp. [WN#16133]
      Memo on Priority Intelligence Targets, March 25, 1946, 10 pp. [WN#16132]
      Intelligence Directive for Italy, September 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#16124]

424   Memo on Post-War Secret Intelligence in the Far East, June 12, 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#16009]
      Memo regarding agency facilities required by the Central Intelligence Group from
      the State, War, and Navy Departments, April 2, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#16010]
      Memo regarding suggestions for developing the work of the Far East Division of
      the SA Branch, June 3, 1942, 10 pp. [WN#16005]
      Daily Report of the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service regarding Shanghai,
      July 6, 1943, 6 pp. [WN#16003]
      Reports and correspondence regarding the “Marigold” Project, 1943-1944; relates
      to propaganda warfare against Japan, ca. 500 pp. [WN#16016]

425   Reports and correspondence regarding the “Marigold” Project, 1943-1944; relates
      to propaganda warfare against Japan, ca. 500 pp. [WN#16020]
      Burmese Special Research Committee files, 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#15763]
      Rangoon, Burma Reports, 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#15764 (begins)]

426   Rangoon, Burma Reports, 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#15764 (ends)]
      Memos regarding liaison with the British in the Far East, 1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#15765]
      Report of X-2 experiences with the Burma Anti-Fascist League, April 24, 1945, 5
      pp. [WN#15766]
      Memorandum regarding the location, strength, activity and loyalty of the AFL
      and BNA in areas of Burma, June 22, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#15767]
      Memorandums relating to X-2 activity in Saigon, Vietnam, September and
      October 1945, 3 pp. [WN#15768 and WN#15769]
      Report on Danish officials in exile, December 1943, 5 pp. [WN#15770]
      Report on a visit to Bornholm, Denmark, with remarks on Russian-Danish
      relations, May 1, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#15777]
      Signatures of Spanish agents, ca. 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#16090 and WN#16091]
      Memorandum to General Donovan concerning French Francs, January 29, 1944,
      6 pp. [WN#16100]

427   Report regarding attitudes of Formosan Chinese, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#16308]
      Memo to the Joint Chiefs of Staff from the Director of Strategic Services
      regarding the establishment of intelligence network and subversive activities in
      Japan, July 18, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#16310]
      Memos regarding post-war Secret Intelligence Service, April 1945, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#16318]
      Memo on special Intra-Government and Agency facilities required by the Central
      Intelligence Group, January 28, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#16320]
      Memo on the pattern of secret field operations, April 9, 1947, 10 pp. [WN#16321]
      Memos regarding the SI Branch Mission, 1945 - 1946 [WN#16322, and
      WN#16325]
      Memo on the continuance of present SSU operations in China, August 8, 1946, 3
      pp. [WN#16326]
      Memos regarding post-war intelligence, July 1945, 9 pp. [WN#16328 and
      WN#16329]
      Memo regarding prospects for post-war Switzerland, May 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#16331]
      Report on SI operations in Italy, 1946, ca. 15 pp. [WN#16337]
      Memorandum regarding past actions in the ETO and MEDTO, and neutral
      countries, to acquire Far Eastern intelligence, and suggestions for the future, May
      10, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#16341]
      Report on the mission and achievements of the OSS Mission to Sweden, June 1,
      1945, 1 p. [WN#16341]
      Memo from Allen Dulles to William J. Donovan regarding the new Italian Prime
      Minister, June 18, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#16343]
      Interview report regarding situation in Hong Kong and China, March 1945, ca. 20
      pp. [WN#16344]
      Memo regarding subversive propaganda pressures in China, October 31, 1945, 16
      pp. [WN#16345]
      Memo regarding publicity regarding information on OSS operations in Sweden
      during the war, December 5, 1945 [WN#16346]
      Outline of OSS activities in Sweden, November 19, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#16346]
      Records relating to the United States Training Corporation, ca. December 1945 –
      August 1947, ca. 30 pp. [WN#16350]
      Memos regarding the SSU in Switzerland, April-May, 1946, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#16551]
      A Preliminary Study of the Communist Party in Syria and Lebanon, September
      20, 1946, ca.50 pp. [WN#16557]
      Recommendations for the re-establishment of CD activities in Europe, August 21,
      1946 [WN#16568]

428   Clam and Oyster Project papers regarding intelligence activities in the Far East,
      1945-1946 [WN#15945-WN#15947]
      Memos regarding the Chinese Intelligence Service, September-October 1943, 6
      pp. [WN#15945]
      Report to General Donovan on recent changes in the Chinese Government,
      November 22, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#15948]
      Doure Project Papers regarding gold and other financial transactions of the Bank
      of Portugal, 1941-1944, ca. 10 pp. Contains extensive and detailed information on
      gold transactions and assets of the bank [WN#15950]
      History of the Scandinavian SI, November 20, 1944, 40+ pp. [WN#16401]
      Memo regarding export of ball and roller bearings from Sweden to Germany,
      December 23, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#16401]
      Memo regarding SKF Company in Sweden, December 1, 1944, 9 pp.
      [WN#16401]
      Report covering the activities of OSS Special Detachment G-2 5th Army in Italy,
      51 pp. [WN#16402]
      Reports on political situation in Spain, November 1944, 3 pp. [WN#16403]
      Memo regarding Arpad Plesch, February 27, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16417]
      Summary of reports on Far East, 1944-1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#16420-
      WN#16425]

429   Records of the Mosac Project involving the electrical transcriptions of American
      songs with German lyrics for Black operations, 1944-1945, ca. 50 pp. Mention
      made of Marlene Dietrich [WN#16429-WN#16450, WN#16752-WN#16759]
      Information on Theodore White and Henry Luce and reporting on China, 1944,
      ca. 40 pp. [WN#16022-WN#16023]
      Interview Report regarding the experiences of an SI man in Pre-Invasion North
      Africa, February 1944, 7 pp. [WN#16026]
      Memo on Greek Situation, December 1944, 8 pp. [WN#16024]
      Analysis of Vessel Cables, December 1944-May 1945, 9 pp. [WN#16029]
      Report on Japanese Balloons, February 1945, 5 pp. [WN#15789]
      Memo regarding report from inside Germany by a Swedish military officer,
      January 1, 1945. References to the July 20th attempt on Hitler’s life and German
      morale. [WN#16034]

430   Report on Communism in France, April 3, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#15793]
       Summary of the present attitude of Hungarian-Americans; references to factions,
       including one headed by “Lugosi, the Hollywood Act (on the Far Left)….”
       [WN#15817]

431-433
Boston Series Reports [based on information supplied by George Wood [Fritz Kolbe]

       Number       Subject
431    Nos. 1-3     Relate to Turkey [October-December 1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 4        German view of the Rumanian Situation [November-December
                    1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 9        Treatment of Italian Jews [Reports states “On October 6, 1943, the
                    following recommendation was made to high German sources by a
                    German official in Italy: Orders have been received from Berlin by
                    Obersturmbannfuhrer Kappler to seize and to take to Northern
                    Italy the 8,000 Jews living in Rome. They are to be liquidated.
                    General Stahel, the city commandant of Rome, will permit this
                    action only if it is consistent with the politics of the Reich Foreign
                    Minister. It would be better business, in my opinion, to use the
                    Jews, as in Tunis, for work on fortifications. Together with
                    Kappler, I shall present this view through Field Marshal General
                    Kesselring.”] [WN#16457]
       No. 10       Events at the Vatican [December 1943] [WN#16457]
       Nos. 12, 124 Secret Nazi Radio in Dublin, Ireland [WN#16457]
       No. 16       German Agents in Zurich, Switzerland [December 1943]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 18       List of French Officials [December 1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 20       Nazi Military Attaché in Madrid Pays Out Bribes [to ship captains
                    to go to Italy] [WN#16457]
       No. 21       Attempt to Bribe Rumanian Military Attaché [December 1943]
                    [WN#16457]
       Nos. 25-26   German Information on Activities at the Moscow Conference
                    [Oct.-Nov.1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 34       Japanese Estimate of Turkish Situation [December 1943]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 35       Von Papen’s Proposal Re Dodescanese [WN#16457]
       No. 36       Unrest in Greece [includes information regarding reprisals,
                    November-Dec.1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 39       Rumanian Food Sent to Germany [December 1943] [WN#16457]
       Nos. 40, 97 Information on Rumanian Trade with Switzerland
       No. 41       Rumanian Jews Communicate with Relatives in France [December
                    1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 42       Bulgarian Internal Affairs [December 1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 44       The Partisan Movement in Yugoslavia [November-December
                    1943] [WN#16457]
       Nos. 45-46      Axis Problems in Croatia; Unrest in Croatia and Serbia [November
                       1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 50          German Wolfram Negotiations with Portugal and Spain
                       [November-Dec.1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 52          German Items from Tangier [November-December 1943]
                       [WN#16457]
       No. 54          German Estimate of French Resistance Activities [December 1943,
                       report indicates that “1,228 arrests were made during November.
                       The French Courts were very lax and unwilling to sentence
                       offenders to death. Laval1 is setting up a traveling court of trusted
                       judges, empowered to impose sentences of death. Requisite action
                       is not being taken by the French Government. There is a very great
                       need of appointing active collaborationists with the Police and
                       Interior Departments.” [WN#16457]
       No. 55          More French Labor to Germany [December 1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 58          German Reaction to Petain’s Desire to Resign [October-December
                       1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 59          Further Views of Abetz on the French Situation [December 1943]
                       [WN#16457]
       No. 60          German Grain Shipments to Spain [November 1943] [WN#16457]
       No. 63          German Attempts to Seize Italian Funds [November-December
                       1943; “About November 5, 1943, Rahn, German Ambassador to
                       Italy, came into possession of instructions to dispatch the Italian
                       gold which is at Milan to Fransensfest. Appropriate safeguards
                       were to be employed. The gold could stay under Italian guards,
                       aided by carefully selected Gestapo agents and men from the
                       German Foreign Office. Rahn was further instructed to inform
                       Mussolini in an ‘amicable way’ that these steps had been taken.”]
                       [WN#16457]
       No. 66          Meeting of Italian Republican Fascist Party [November 1943;
                       “Rahn states that the meeting was completely confused both ‘in
                       spirit and political outlook,’ but that agreement was reach on the
                       practical points contained in the 11-point program. This program
                       contained…anti-Jewish provisions, and also provided for the
                       immediate shooting of Ciano and other traitors and for reprisals
                       against anti-Fascists, etc.”] [WN#16457]
       No. 69          Vatican Declaration Concerning the Wehrmacht [October 1943]
                       [WN#16457]
       No. 71          List of French Officials [December 1943] [WN#16457]
       Nos. 75-76      Hungarian-Rumanian Relations [November 1943] [WN#16457]


1 Pierre Laval in April 1942 began serving as the head of the Vichy government,
including heading the ministries of foreign affairs, interior, and information. He was the
main agent of German power in France. He raised a French army for Hitler, allowed
Frenchmen to be deported to Germany for forced labor, and made no objection to Nazi
plundering in France. In September 1944 he fled to Germany.
No. 77    Report of Meeting Between Hungarian Press Attaché and United
          States Intelligence Office at Madrid, Spain [October 1943]
          [WN#16457]
No. 79    German Interrogation of American or British Pilots in Hungary
          [October 1943] [WN#16457]
No. 81    Situation in Denmark [December 1943; includes police measures,
          e.g., shooting, concentration camps] [WN#16457]
No. 82    Rumanian Peace Feelers [October 1943] [WN#16457]
No. 85    The Azores Agreement [October-November 1943] [WN#16457]
No. 86    Soviet American Relations [November 1943] [WN#16457]
No. 87    The Timor Situation [December 1943] [WN#16457]
No. 88    Peace Negotiations with Finland [November 1943] [WN#16457]
No. 89    German Information on Finnish Political Affairs [October-
          December1943] [WN#16457]
No. 90    German Report on Propaganda and Morale in Japan [October
          1943] [WN#16457]
No. 91    German Reaction to the Situation in France [October-December
          1943, 5 pp.; noted in the report that “Increasing desertion,
          resistance, sabotage and other calamitous internal political
          developments this year were greatly increased by the exportation
          of French labor to Germany. Workers who are afraid of being
          drafted become terrorists. The French Government is not effective.
          German intervention was needed to buck up the Laval regime, in
          attempt to bolster collaboration, as resistance in Vichy and the
          country had to be overcome and war production expedited”]
          [WN#16457]
No. 92    German Comment on French Officials Outside France [December
          1943] [WN#16457]
No. 93    Miscellaneous Items on the Internal Situation in France [December
          1943] [WN#16457]
No. 94    German Propaganda Organization in Italy {December 1943]
          [WN#16457]
No. 95    Miscellaneous Items from Sweden [October-December 1943]
          [WN#16457]
No. 97    Further Information on Rumanian Trade with Switzerland
          [WN#16457]
No. 99    The Vermehren Affair [clerk to the German Military Attaché in
          Ankara, Turkey, February 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 100   Turkish Foreign Relations [February 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 106   Bulgarian Internal Affairs [February 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 107   Hitler Advises Prince Cyril of Bulgarian Situation [February 1944]
No. 109   The Chastelaine Affair [Rumania] [WN#16457]
No. 111   German Plans for Destruction of Vital Industries in Rome
          [WN#16457]
No. 117   Spanish-British Relations Unsatisfactory [January 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 120   German Broadcasting Equipment for Argentina [WN#16457]
No. 124   German Radio Transmitter Removed and Parachutists Arrested [in
          Ireland, January 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 125   Finnish Soviet Relations [February 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 126   Japanese Proposal of Russo-German Agreement [February 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 127   Blockage Running from Europe to Japan Halted [by Hitler decree
          January 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 129   Export of Tungsten from Spain [February-March 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 130   Spain’s Position in the War [February 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 132   German Activity in Tangier [February-March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 133   The German Policy in the Baltic States [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 135   Possibility of Anglo-German Agreement [views of Pilet-Golaz,
          Swiss Foreign Minister, March 1945] [WN#16457]
No. 136   Turkish Foreign Policy [February 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 137   Turkish-American Affairs [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 138   German Military [Abwehr] Organizations in Switzerland
No. 139   The Vermehren Affair [Turkey] [WN#16457]
No. 142   Visit of [Rumanian]Prince Stirbey and Daughter to Bulgaria
          [February 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 143   Visit of Premier Antonescu to Nazi General Headquarters
          [WN#16457]
No. 147   Swedish Fear of Russian Power [WN#16457]
No. 148   Tungsten Exports from Portugal [WN#16457]
No. 152   Radio Transmitter in German Legation in Dublin [December 1943-
          January 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 153   Irish Foreign Affairs [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 155   Stirbey’s Plan for a Political Coup [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 159   Proposed Protective Custody for Petain [April 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 160   Workers From Italy [WN#16457]
No. 161   German Views on the Crisis in Finland [March 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 162   German Reaction to the Finnish-Soviet Situation [WN#16457]
No. 163   German Negotiations with Spain Concerning Wolfram [Jan.-April
          1944, 12 pp.] [WN#16457]
No. 165   Internal Affairs in Bulgaria [April 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 166   Sevov’s Trip to Turkey [February-March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 167   Bulgaria’s Efforts for Separate Peace [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 168   Discussion of Von Papen and Menemencioglu Concerning
          Bulgaria [Feb.1944] [WN#16457]
No. 169   Turkish Relations with Bulgaria and Russia [March 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 172   Conversations Between Von Papen and Menemencioglu on the
          Rumanian Situation [April 1944] [WN#16457]
       No. 173      Rumanian Efforts Toward a Separate Peace [March 1944]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 174      Measures to Effect Closer Rumanian Collaboration [April 1944]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 176      Evidence of Lowered Rumanian Morale [April 1944] [WN#16457]
       Nos. 177-178 Antonescu’s Protest on the Conduct of German Troops and
                    Rippentrop Protests [March-April 1944] [WN#16457]
       No. 179      Collapse of Morale in Rumania [April 1944] [WN#16457]
       No. 182      Antonescu’s Reaction to the Occupation of Hungary [March 1944]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 183      Problems of German Military Occupation in Hungary [March
                    1944] [WN#16457]
       No. 184      Collaboration of the Arrow Cross Party2 with Occupation
                    Authorities in Hungary [April 1944] [WN#16457]
       No. 185      Projected Disarmament of the Hungarian Army [March 1944]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 186      Relaxation of Restrictions on Hungarian Troops [March 1944]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 187      Discussions Concerning the New Hungarian Cabinet [March 1944;
                    “Regent [Micholas] Horthy stated that he regretted that Hitler had
                    not been frank with him…” “Weesenmayer concluded as a result
                    of his long conversations with Horthy that he was becoming more
                    and more convinced that on the one hand the Regent was an
                    unmitigated liar and on the other hand he was physically no longer
                    capable of performing his duties. Horthy constantly repeated
                    himself, often contradicting himself within a few sentences, and
                    sometimes apparently did not know how to go on. Everything he
                    said sounded to Weesenayer like a memorized formula, and the
                    latter feared that it would be difficult to convince him let alone win
                    him over.” [WN#16457]
       No. 188      German Military Operations in Hungary [March 1944]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 189      Present Status of Collaboration Between Germans and Hungarians
                    [March 1944; “Decrees were said to have been, as of 31 March
                    1944, issued which indicated that the government was taking steps
                    to deal with the Jewish situation. This was being done with a
                    degree of astuteness not common in Hungary. However, some of
                    the designated punishments were thought to be inadequate and
                    Weesenmayer is said to have stated that he intended to make sure
                    that they were more severe in actual practice.”] [WN#16457]
       No. 191      Proposed Surrender of Count Bethlen to the Nazis [March 1944]
                    [WN#16457]
       No. 192      General Conditions in Hungary During the first week of April
                    1944 [“Weesenmayer is said to have reported that the populace


2 Hungarian fascist faction headed by Ferenc Szalasi.
          seemed pleased when wealthy Jews were apprehended, despite
          assertions by Hungarian officials that the people were opposed to
          these arrests. The people were said to be unable to comprehend
          individual instances of harsh treatment of Jews or the ransacking of
          Jewish shops by Nazi troops. Because of this, poor Jews were said
          to be the object of pity. On the whole, the Jews were said to have
          obeyed the instructions given them.”] [WN#16457]
No. 193   Internal Opposition to Existing German Government [Hungary,
          April 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 194   Rumors of Insurrection Planned by Horthy [April 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 195   Internal Problems under Consideration by Premier Sztojay [April
          1944] [WN#16457]
No. 196   Apprehension and Possible Release of Szapari [April 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 197   Internal Problems in Hungary [March 1944; “the prosecution of
          Jews had been instituted…”] [WN#16457]
No. 198   SS Attempt to Locate Kallay [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 200   Arrests of Officials and Jewish Persecution Following Hungarian
          Occupation April 1944; “Up to 1 April 3,441 Jews have been
          arrested, among them journalists, including Orsajo, whose home
          was a gathering place for persons opposed to Germany, such as
          Nagy, the former Minister of War. Antagonism is said to have
          arisen between orthodox Jews and modern’(neolog)’ Jews. The
          Central Jewish Council was informed that it was considered
          responsible for the actions of Jews. The towns of Beregaszasz,
          Munkacs and Ungvar, where there is an especially large proportion
          of Jews, have been segregated. Councils of Elders have been
          established in the towns.”] [WN#16457]
No. 201   Evacuation of German Nationals [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 206   Proposed Plans in Case of Partial German Withdrawal from
          Greece [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 207   Civil Military Problems in Yugoslavia [April 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 208   Problem of the German-Croat Administration [March 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 209   Assessment of Croat Fighting Strength [February 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 214   Military Activity in Croatia [April 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 215   German Knowledge of Japanese Military Situation [March 1944, 8
          pp.] [WN#16457]
No. 217   The German Military Attaché in Tokyo Sums Up the Far Eastern
          War Situation [March 1944, 4 pp.] [WN#16457]
No. 218   Report on Internal Affairs in Japanese-Occupied Territory [March
          1944] [WN#16457]
No. 219   Von Ribbentrop’s Interest in Japanese Affairs [April 1944]
No. 220   German Interest in Reported Anglo-Japanese Peace Moves [March
          1944] [WN#16457]
No. 221   Japanese Protest Goebbels’ Propaganda Articles
No. 228   Internal Warfare and Military Organization in Albania [February
          1944] [WN#16457]
No. 229   Anglo-American Demands Made of Turkey [January 1944]
No. 230   German Backing of Moroccan Independence Movement [March
          1944] [WN#16457]
No. 233   The German Kriegs Organization in Spain [March 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 234   German-Portuguese Wolfram Negotiations [February-April 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 236   German Opinion of Il Duce [Mussolini, March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 238   Refugees and Food Supplies in Rome [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 240   Spain Makes Arrangements to Rescue Nazi Aviators [March 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 241   Camouflaged Shipments from Portugal to Germany [January 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 242   Reported Changes in German Abwehr Organization [February
          1944; “The Argentine and Vermehren incidents are said to have
          precipitated a crisis in the Abwehr last February which cause the
          virtual absorption of Abwehr into the Himmler Organization, and
          Admiral Canaris’ displacement.”] [WN#16457]
No. 243   The Vico Incident [Spain, February 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 246   Military Forces of the Greek Collaborationists [March 1944
No. 247   Greek Economic Report [February 1944; has information on gold
          sales] [WN#16457]
No. 248   German-Chetnik Collaboration in Yugoslavia [March 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 249   Neubacher’s Impressions of a Trip to Bucharest [March 1944;
          information on report that Pope is constantly working to establish
          Anglo-German understanding in order to rescue the world from
          Bolshevism] [WN#16457]
No. 251   Recent German Negotiations with Mihailovic [WN#16457]
No. 252   Internal Resistance in Croatia [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 257   Turkish Foreign Affairs [April 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 258   Turkish Shipments of Chrome to Germany [April 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 259   [Swiss Foreign Minister] Pilet-Golaz’s Opinion on Foreign Affairs
          [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 261   German Concessions Desired by Mussolini [April 1944]
          [WN#16457]
No. 263   Germany’s Tungsten Requirements [WN#16457]
No. 264   German Gold Shipment to Spain [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 269   German Minister’s Interview with Prime Minister of Thailand
          [March 1944] [WN#16457]
No. 270      German Views on Thailand’s Position [WN#16457]
No. 274      Contemplated German Reprisals for FCNL Trials in Algiers
             [WN#16457]
No. 275      Secret Transmitter in French Embassy at Bern [WN#16457]
No. 276      Allies Furnish Intelligence by French in Bern [WN#16457]
No. 277      German Search for Evidence of Swedish Sabotage [WN#16457]
No. 279      Dr. Clausen Leader of Nazi Party in Denmark [WN#16457]
No. 280      German Negotiations with Antonescu [March-April 1944]
             [WN#16457]
No. 286      German Views on Russian Occupied Poland [March 1944]
             [WN#16457]
No. 287      Russian Peace Terms Offered Rumania [WN#16457]
No. 290      Portuguese Finance Minister’s Visit to Spain [March 1944]
             [WN#16457]
No. 291      Pope’s Disapproval of Allied Bombings [WN#16457]
No. 292      German Foreign Office Meeting in Berlin [March 1944]
             [WN#16457]
No. 294      Communications between Berlin and Dublin [WN#16458]
No. 295      Export of Spanish Wolfram to the Germans [WN#16458]
No. 300      Shipments of Wolfram from Portugal into Spain [WN#16458]
No. 302      Turkish Negotiations with Germany [WN#16458]
No. 303      Political Situation in Hungary [May 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 304      German Negotiations with Sweden to Obtain Ball Bearings
Nos. 312-313 A Review of the December 1943 German negotiations with
             Sweden to obtain Ball Bearings [WN#16458]
No. 314      Germany’s Tungsten Requirements [WN#16458]
No. 318      Additional Information on Retaliation for Sentences Imposed by
             Algiers [WN#16458]
No. 320      Further Expressions of Bulgarian Policy by Sevov [WN#16458]
No. 329      Smuggling of Wolfram from Spain [WN#16458]
No. 333      Minister Frohwein’s Visit to Switzerland [WN#16458]
No. 336      Negotiations in Madrid by Argentine Military Attaché for German
             Arms and Manufacturing Rights [July 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 347      Financial Investigation of Italian Fascist Leader [WN#16458]
No. 350      German Position Regarding Russian-Bulgarian Negotiations
             [WN#16458]
No. 351      Discussion of Turkish-Bulgarian Relations [WN#16458]
No. 354      German Intelligence in Portugal [WN#16458]
No. 355      Allied and Nazi Negotiations with the Swiss Concerning Foreign
             Exchange for Germany [WN#16458]
No. 356      Reported German Sentences [July 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 357      Conversations Between [Walter] Stucki and Laval [WN#16458]
No. 365      Conversations Between Balabanov [Bulgarian Minister to Turkey]
             and Saracoglu [Turkish Prime Minister] [WN#16458]
No. 367      German Attempts to influence Turkish Policy [4 pp.] [WN#16458]
No. 365   German Labor Problem [information on “impressed” workers]
          [WN#16458]
No. 370   Evacuation of Siena: Action by Marshal Kesselring Against Those
          Guilty of Plundering [WN#16458]
No. 371   Reorganization of the Fascist Party [Italy] [WN#16458]
No. 372   Mussolini’s Proposed visit to Germany [WN#16458]
No. 373   Smuggling of Wolfram from Spain [WN#16458]
No. 374   Agreement on Spanish Exports Through Switzerland [July 1944]
          [WN#16458]
No. 378   Proposed Meeting of Frohwein and Selter in Switzerland
          [WN#16458]
No. 379   Political Comments by Pilez-Golaz [July 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 381   Neubacher as Possible Successor to Ribbentrop [Neubacher
          objected to the excesses committed by the SS in the Saloika
          region] [WN#16458]
No. 382   Nazi Pressure on Hungary to take action Against the Jews [July
          1944] [WN#16458]
No. 386   German Representations to Bulgaria [WN#16458]
No. 388   French Internal Political Situation [August 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 390   Transmission of Telegrams by the German Legation at Bern
          [WN#16458]
No. 391   Request for Passage of German Hospital Trains through
          Switzerland [Aug. 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 394   Neubacher’s Comment on Draja Mihailovic and the Political
          Situation in Yugoslavia [WN#16458] [WN#16458]
No. 397   Opposition to Turkish Government Policy [WN#16458]
No. 399   German Relations with Finland [WN#16458]
No. 402   Smuggling of Wolfram from Spain [WN#16458]
No. 404   Deportation of Nazis from Spain [August 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 405   German Recruiting of Spaniards [WN#16458]
No. 406   Spaniards in France to Join Nazi Forces [WN#16458]
No. 412   Slovakian Political Opinions [WN#16458]
No. 413   Bulgarian Peace Overtures [WN#16458]
No. 419   Results of the German Coup D’Etat of 20 July 1944 [WN#16458]
No. 420   Interview between [German Minister to Hungary] Weesenmayer
          and Premier Lakatos [October 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 421   Weesenmayer’s Interviews with Horthy and Lakatos
          [WN#16458]
No. 422   Political Situation in Hungary [first week of October 1944]
          [WN#16458]
No. 423   Weesenmayer Comments on Events in Hungary [first week of
          October 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 424   The Hungarian National Committee [WN#16458]
No. 425   Horthy Takes Precautions Against a Coup D’Etat [October 1944]
          [WN#16458]
No. 426    German Efforts at Rapprochement with Soviets [September 1944]
           [WN#16458]
No. 427    Unrest in Mussolini’s Cabinet [August-September 1944]
           [WN#16458]
No. 428    Hitler’s Disapproval of a new coalition government [October 1944;
           in Hungary] [WN#16458]
No. 429    Weesenmayer Disclaims Knowledge of Alleged SS Plot [first
           week of Oct.1944] [WN#16458]
No. 432    Meeting of Frohwein and Selter in Switzerland [WN#16458]
No. 433    German-Japanese Confidential Discussions [September 1944]
           [WN#16458]
No. 433a   German-Japanese Confidential Discussions [WN#16458]
No. 435    Spanish-German Relations [WN#16458]
No. 426    German Courier Service between Madrid and Rome [WN#16458]
No. 438    German Comment on British Intelligence in Sweden [reference to
           Harry Carr of the British Control Office in Stockholm, in the
           Passport Section] [WN#16458]
No. 441    The German “People’s Army” [October 1944] [WN#16458]
No. 444    Air Traffic Between Spain and Germany [WN#16458]
No. 445    Bibra’s [German Counselor in Madrid] Visit with
           [Spanish]Foreign Minister Lequerica [WN#16458]
No. 446    Becker’s [German Counselor in Madrid] Interview with Carceller
           [Spanish Minister of Industry and Commerce] [WN#16458]
No. 447    German Portuguese Wolfram Dealings [WN#16458]
No. 447a   German Portuguese Wolfram Dealings [WN#16458]
No. 448    Portuguese Comment on Allied Pressure [September 1944]
           [WN#16458]
No. 449    Portugal’s Salazar’s Reluctance to Break Relations with Japan
           [WN#16458]
No. 450    German Military Plans with Regard to Bulgaria [August 1944]
           [WN#16458]
No. 451    German Views on Guerrilla Warfare [September 1944,in
           Yugoslavia; includes reference to the “recent war of extermination
           against the…Croats…tolerated by the Germans] [WN#16458]
No. 452    German Information on Military Events in Yugoslavia
           [WN#16458]
No. 453    German Views on Current Military Problems [in Yugoslavia]
           [WN#16458]
No. 454    Neubacher’s [German Ambassador to Yugoslavia] Comments on
           the Military Situation [WN#16458]
No. 471    Deportation of Jews in Hungary [November 1944, “an official of
           the German Legation in Budapest is reported to have stated that
           twenty-seven thousand able-bodied Jews of both sexes had been
           sent to Germany. Forty Thousand more were to be transported in
           daily installments of two to four thousand. There were said to be
           one hundred and twenty thousand Jews in Budapest including
          children who were unfit for work and whose fate had not yet been
          decided. This was said to depend largely on available
          transportation. The person responsible was said to be SS
          Obersturmbannfuhrer Eichman.”] [WN#16459]
No. 484   German Intelligence Activity in the Far East [November 1944]
          [WN#16459]
No. 485   Russian Occupation of Bulgaria [November 1944] [WN#16459]
No. 486   Military and Political Maneuvers Toward a German Coup D’Etat
          [Hungary] [WN#16459]
No. 488   Rumored Arrow Cross Coup D’Etat [WN#16459]
No. 489   Official German-Hungarian Appointment [WN#16459]
No. 490   Hungarian View of German-Hungarian Relations [October 1944]
          [WN#16459]
No. 491   Formation and Objectives of the Nationaler Bund [Hungary]
          [WN#16459]
No. 492   German Comment on the Hungarian Political Situation [October
          1944]
No. 493   Hungarian Political Collaboration [October 1944] [WN#16459]
No. 494   Rumors of a Separate Hungarian Peace [October 1944]
          [WN#16459]
No. 495   Disposition of Hungarian Gold [October 1944] [WN#16459]
No. 496   Conference in Hungarian Staff Headquarters [October 1944]
          [WN#16459]
No. 497   German View of the Military Situation in Hungary [WN#16459]
No. 498   Reported Hungarian Peace Feelers [October 1944] [WN#16459]
No. 499   Evacuation of Hungarian Volksdeutsche [WN#16459]
No. 502   Possible entry of Serbian Formations into Croatian Territory
          [October 1944] [WN#16459]
No. 503   Arrangements for Southeastern European Evacuation [October
          1944] [WN#16459]
No. 504   Labor Problems in Connection with the Construction of Defenses
          [WN#16459]
No. 505   Behavior of American Troops in Italy [WN#16459]
No. 506   Italian [Spanish] Civil War Claims [WN#16459]
No. 507   Internal Political and Military Affairs [Albania, October 1944]
          [WN#16459]
No. 511   Spanish Decision on Air Traffic Between Spain and Germany
          [WN#16459]
No. 512   German-Spanish Discussion of the German “Agent Question”
          [WN#16459]
No. 513   Portuguese Report on Conditions in France [October 1944]
          [WN#16459]
No. 519   SKF [Svenska Kullager Fabriken] Decision to Discontinue Ball-
          Bearing Shipments to Germany [October 1944] [WN#16459]
No. 522   German Comment on the Frohwein-Selter Meeting in Geneva
No. 525   Negotiations Between Marinotti [managing director of SNIA
          Viscosa, an Italian artificial textiles monopoly] and German
          Generals [WN#16459]
No. 526   Rumanian Collaboration with the Germans [November 1944]
          [WN#16459]
No. 534   Conscription of Jewish labor [late October 1944 in Hungary]
          [WN#16459]
No. 535   Transfer of Hungarian Gold to the Reich [October 1944]
          [WN#16459]
No. 542   Transport of Hungarian Jews for Labor Service [Hungary,
          November 1944; “SS…Eichman* was said to be in charge (*not
          identified further”)] [WN#16459]
No. 543   Internal Situation in the Hungarian Army [WN#16459]
No. 544   Internal Military Situation [Hungary] [WN#16459]
No. 547   Continued German-Hungarian Collaboration [WN#16459]
No. 549   Events Prior to Horthy’s Request for Armistice [WN#16459]
No. 550   Transfer of the Hungarian Government from Budapest
          [WN#16459]
No. 551   Evacuation of Hungarian Population [WN#16459]
No. 552   Arrest of Hostages [Yugoslavia] [WN#16459]
No. 553   Further German-Chetnik Collaboration in Yugoslavia [November
          1944] [WN#16459]
No. 554   Arrest of Slovak Generals [Further information in report No. 712]
          [WN#16459]
No. 562   French Quisling Activities [October 1944] [WN#16459]
No. 563   Resumption of Service on the Spain-German Lufthansa Line
          [October 1944] [WN#16459]
No. 564   Problems Resulting from Lack of transportation between Spain and
          Germany [WN#16459]
No. 565   Bibra’s Plan for Air Transport Between Germany and Spain
No. 566   Transfer of Funds to the German Embassy, Madrid [November
          1944] [WN#16459]
No. 567   Outstanding Deliveries of German Arms for Portugal [WN#16459]
No. 569   Shipment of Arms from Spain to Germany [WN#16459]
No. 570   German Measures to Safeguard Wolfram Supplies [WN#16459]
No. 571   Wolfram Smuggling and Negotiations [WN#16459]
No. 572   Negotiations in Wolfram by Deininger[?][WN#16459]
No. 573   Expulsion of German Nationals from Spain [WN#16459]
No. 574   Further Negotiations on the Expulsion of German Nationals from
          Spain [WN#16459]
No. 575   Concerning German Armament Deliveries to Argentina
          [WN#16459]
No. 587   German View of Churchill-Stalin Conference [WN#16459]
No. 588   Churchill-Stalin Conference [WN#16459]
No. 589   Further Report on Churchill-Stalin Conference [WN#16459]
      No. 591   Conference Between the Pope and Prime Minister Churchill
                [WN#16459]
      No. 592   German Procurement of Material from Northern Italy
                [WN#16459]
      No. 593   [German Ambassador to Fascist Italy] Rahn’s Proposed Radio
                Address on the forthcoming trials of Dentz and Esteva in France
                [WN#16459]
      No. 594   German Plans to Organize Revolutionary Action in France
                [October 1944] [WN#16459]
      No. 595   German Views of Conditions in France [WN#16459]
      No. 596   German Plans to Evacuate French Civilians to Switzerland
                [WN#16459]
      No. 598   Swedish-German Discussion of Economic Measures [WN#16459]
      No. 600   German comment on Soviet-Finnish Relations [WN#16459]
      No. 604   Conversation Between [German Minister to Switzerland] Koecher
                and Pilez-Golaz [Swiss Foreign Minister] [November 1944]
                [WN#16459]

432   No. 608   Cabinet Crisis in Japan [January 1945] [WN#16460]
      No. 611   German-Spanish Trade Negotiations via Sweden [December 1944]
                [WN#16460]
      No. 621   Japanese Cabinet Crisis: Changes in Japanese Political Setup
                [WN#16460]
      No. 626   German Comment on Goering’s Position in Germany {January
                1945] [WN#16460]
      No. 627   [Mayor of Leipzig] Goerdeler Tortured by the Nazis [re. 20 July
                1994 plot] [WN#16460]
      No. 628   Radium Smuggling from Switzerland [WN#16460]
      No. 630   German Comment on Von Schulenburg’s [former German
                Ambassador to Russia] Execution [WN#16460]
      No. 641   Japanese Comment on Soviet-German Policy [WN#16460]
      No. 642   Confiscation of Platinum and Jewelry in Java [including German
                residents] [WN#16460]
      No. 659   German Estimate of Japanese Political Situation [December 1944]
      No. 661   Japanese Internal Economic Situation [WN#16460]
      No. 665   Court Martial of General Von Hanneken [C-I-C German Armed
                Forces in Denmark] [WN#16460]
      No. 670   Proposed Anti-Russian Uprising in Rumania [February 1945]
                [WN#16460]
      No. 679   German Estimate of the Far Eastern Military Situation {January
                1945] [WN#16460]
      No. 681   Anti-German Leaflet Circulated by Ustashi [November 1944]
                [WN#16460]
      No. 682   Crisis Among Serb Nationals [WN#16460]
      No. 683   German-Planned Military Project in Serbia [November 1944]
                [WN#16460]
No. 684   Population Transfers in Connection with Croatian Border
          Adjustments [WN#16460]
No. 685   Safe Passage Guarantee for Chetnik Troops [WN#16460]
No. 687   German Estimate of Yugoslav Units [WN#16460]
No. 688   Mobilization of National Forces Against Partisans in Serbia
          [WN#16460]
No. 689   German-Chetnik Collaboration [WN#16460]
No. 690   German Use of Serbian Labor [WN#16460]
No. 691   Military Movements in Serbia [WN#16460]
No. 692   Possible Croat Peace Negotiations [WN#16460]
No. 693   Zagreb Station Incident [re: Ustashi] [WN#16460]
No. 694   Maltreatment of German Army Personnel in Croatia [by Ustashi]
No. 695   Internal Strife in Croatia [December 1944] [WN#16460]
No. 696   Problems of Identification of Murdered German Collaborators [in
          Croatia] [WN#16460]
No. 697   Punitive Measures Executed in Yugoslavia [January 1945]
          [WN#16460]
No. 704   German Report on Negotiations with Tito [WN#16460]
No. 705   German Observations on Tito and the British [December 1944]
          [WN#16460]
No. 708   Montenegrin Internal Affairs [December 1944] [WN#16460]
No. 709   Albanian Collaboration in German Evacuation Measures
          [WN#16460]
No. 710   German Protective Rights for Albanian Collaborators [WN#16460]
No. 711   Mobilization of Albanian Communists [WN#16460]
No. 713   Formation of Guerrilla Bans in Liberated Areas [WN#16460]
No. 714   Excesses of German Troops in Slovakia [December 1944]
          [WN#16460]
No. 715   Internal Affairs in Slovakia following the August-September
          Putsch [WN#16460]
No. 716   Punitive Measures Resulting from the Slovakian Putsch
          [WN#16460]
No. 717   German Military Moves Affecting Czechoslovakia [WN#16460]
No. 718   German Intervention in Slovakian Government Machinery
          [WN#16460]
No. 719   German Proposals for Reorganization of the Czechoslovakian
          Government [WN#16460]
No. 720   German Evacuation Measures for Slovakia [WN#16460]
No. 721   German Requested Punitive Measures for Putschist-Leader
          [WN#16460]
No. 724   Hungarian Severance of Diplomatic Relations with Sweden
          [December 1944] [WN#16460]
No. 725   Hungarian Cabinet Crisis [December 1944] [WN#16460]
No. 727   Description of Chaotic Conditions during the Siege of Budapest
          [reported that the Secretary of the [Swedish] Legation, Wallenberg,
          placed himself under the protection of the Germans Waffen SS.
          This may be due to certain actions of the Hungarian police and/or
          Arrow Cross members.”] [WN#16460]
No. 728   Hungarian Appeal for German Support[WN#16460]
No. 729   Conditions in Budapest Prior to its Fall [December 1944]
          [WN#16460]
No. 730   Effect of Hitler’s January Speech on Hungarian Quislings [January
          1945] [WN#16460]
No. 731   German Discussion of Hungarian Ideologies [WN#16460]
No. 732   Hungarian Internal Affairs [WN#16460]
No. 733   Conscripted Jewish Labor from Hungary [December 1944;
          “Obersturmbannfuhrer Eichmann had been ordered back to Berlin.
          The remainder of the command would round up still available
          Jewish labor service men and then cease its activities. The problem
          of moving Jews, able to work, out of Budapest had thus been
          arranged. Latest available statistics showed that conscription of the
          province during the summer of 1944 had amounted to 440,000
          people….Remaining in the Ghetto in Budapest were a total of
          100,000 Jews almost exclusively old men, women, and children.”]
          [WN#16460]
No. 734   Rippentrop’s Answer to Hungarian Criticism of Hitler’s New York
          Speech [WN#16460]
No. 735   Background Material to the Greek Internal Crisis [WN#16460]
No. 740   German Plan to Kidnap King Simeon of Bulgaria [December
          1944] [WN#16460]
No. 741   Bulgarian National Government’s Activities [WN#16460]
No. 742   Formation of Bulgarian SS Legion [WN#16460]
No. 745   German Report on Prisoners of War [WN#16460]
No. 746   Internal Political Situation in Fascist Italy [December 1944]
          [WN#16461]
No. 747   Collaboration of the Clergy in North Italy [December 1944]
          [WN#16461]
No. 748   Rahn’s Proposals for the Improvement of German-Italian Relations
          [Dec. 1944] [WN#16461]
No. 749   Rahn’s Disapproval of German Plan to Buy Trucks in Italy
          [WN#16461]
No. 750   German Supplies from North Italy [WN#16461]
No. 752   Fascist Resistance Movement in Allied Occupied Italy [January
          1945] [WN#16461]
No. 753   Labor Enlistment of Interned Italian Officers [WN#16461]
No. 754   Rahn’s View of a Germanization Policy in North Italy
          [WN#16461]
No. 758   Press Discussion of Resistance Movement in Liberated Countries
          [WN#16461]
No. 759   Discussion of Churchill’s Role in the Greek Crisis [WN#16461]
No. 763   German-Portuguese Transaction in Swiss Francs [November 1944]
          [WN#16461]
No. 766   Television Apparatus aboard American Plane [WN#16461]
No. 767   Discussion of Portuguese Air Bases: Internal Governmental
          Affairs [Jan.1945] [WN#16461]
No. 768   Internal Political unrest in Portugal [January 1945] [WN#16461]
No. 770   Portuguese Economic Negotiations [WN#16461]
No. 771   Evacuation of Nazi Leaders and Foreign Office Staffs [March
          1945; note that “Burning of the archives was proceeding on a large
          scale and instructions to this effect had been given to every
          government office in case enemy occupation became imminent.”]
          [WN#16461]
No. 772   Continuation of Danish Supplies for Germany [WN#16461]
No. 776   Japanese Incendiary Balloons [February 1945] [WN#16461]
No. 777   Ribbentrop’s Order to Foreign Office Personnel [February 1945]
          [WN#16461]
No. 778   Fascist Women Representatives to Work Under Red Cross Cover
          [WN#16461]
No. 779   Discussion of De Gaulle’s Moscow Conferences [WN#16461]
No. 780   [British Ambassador] Lord Templewood and Spanish Politics
          [January 1945] [WN#16461]
No. 781   German Report of Spanish-American Conversations on Spain’s
          Republican Activities [WN#16461]
No. 782   Allied Attempts to interfere with German Lufthansa Service to
          Spain [Jan.1945] [WN#16461]
No. 783   Further Information on Supplying German-Held Atlantic Bases
          from Spain [WN#16461]
No. 786   German-Spanish Trade Negotiations of Edgar Horn [German Air
          Attaché] [WN#16461]
No. 787   Allied Moves Against German Economic Status in Spain
          [December 1944] [WN#16461]
No. 788   Purchase by Spain of Controlling Interest in National Telephone
          Company [WN#16461]
No. 790   German Account of British Objections of German-Spanish Trade
          [WN#16461]
No. 792   German Discussion of Allied Pressure in Spain [WN#16461]
No. 800   Discussion of German Transit Problems Though Switzerland
          [December 1944] [WN#16461]
No. 802   German Negotiations with the Swiss National Bank [December
          1944] [WN#16461]
No. 803   Burckhardt’s Opinion on Possibility of a British-German
          Agreement [WN#16461]
No. 804   Swiss-German Rocket Negotiations [WN#16461]
No. 806   German Measures to Protect French Collaborators in Germany
          [WN#16461]
No. 807   Some Evidence of Darnard’s Defection as Regards the Nazis
          [WN#16461]
No. 808   Notes on Marshal Petain’s Custody at Sigmaringen [January 1945]
          [WN#16461]
No. 809   German Intention to Invade Ireland [December 1944]
          [WN#16461]
No. 812   Flemish Quisling Groups [WN#16461]
No. 815   Sabotage in Denmark [Dec. 1944-January 1945; reprisals options
          mentioned] [WN#16461]
No. 819   German Cache of Horthy’s Personal Papers [January 1945]
          [WN#16461]
No. 820   Visits of Norwegian Government Members to Sweden [December
          1944] [WN#16461]
No. 821   German Attempts to Establish Nazi Press [December 1944; in
          Sweden] [WN#16461]
No. 822   Possible Breaking Off of Swedish-German Traffic [January 1945]
          [WN#16461]
No. 824   The De Gaulle-Stalin Conference [WN#16461]
No. 825   German Comment on Allied Relations [December 1944]
          [WN#16461]
No. 826   German Comments on British-American Military Cooperation
          [WN#16461]
No. 827   The Churchill-De Gaulle Conference [WN#16461]
No. 828   German Report on Situation in Greece from Sweden [January
          1945] [WN#16461]
No. 830   The New Orientation of American Foreign Policy [January 1945]
          [WN#16461]
No. 832   German Relations with Rumanian Charge D’Affaires in Stockholm
          [Jan. 1945] [WN#16461]
No. 834   New Laws Governing Food Distribution in Fascist Italy [January
          1945] [WN#16461]
No. 835   Organization of Labor in Fascist Italy [WN#16461]
No. 841   German View of American-Russian Relations [January 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 842   Bomb Attack on German Property in Stockholm [WN#16462]
No. 843   Proposed German Measures to Prevent Sabotage to Danish
          Shipping
No. 845   German Comment on Hopkins’ Visit to the Vatican [February
          1945] [WN#16462]
No. 846   Proposed German Measures in Denmark [WN#16462]
No. 847   Spanish Banks cooperating with the Allies [WN#16462]
No. 848   German Report from Spain on France [WN#16462]
No. 849   Internal Affairs in France [WN#16462]
No. 851   German-Spanish Blockade-Running Negotiations [WN#16462]
No. 852   Impressions of Paris [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 855   German View of Yalta Conference [WN#16462]
No. 859   Further Discussions on Air Traffic Between Germany and Spain
          [WN#16462]
No. 860      Spanish Envoy’s Appeal for Aid for Hungarian Civilians
             {February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 861      Further German Remarks on the Proposed Rumanian Uprising
             [WN#16462]
No. 862      Internal Conditions in Rumania [WN#16462]
No. 863      Final Stages of Battle for Budapest [WN#16462]
No. 864      German Collaboration in Projected Rumanian Putsch [WN#16462]
No. 866      Conscription in Slovakia [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 868      German Description of Conditions in Hungary under Russian
             Occupation [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 869      Internal Conditions in Hungary [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 870      German Conversation on Croat Affairs with the Croatian
             Leader[Pavelic] [February 1945; Ustahi] [WN#16462]
No. 874      Nedic Crisis [February 1945, Serbs] [WN#16462]
No. 876      Internal Conditions in Yugoslavia {February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 877      German Evaluation of the Greek Scene [January 1945]
             [WN#16462]
No. 879      German Account of Intercepted Russian Telephone Conversation
             [WN#16462]
No. 880      German Information Concerning Allied Military Affairs [February
             1945] [WN#16462]
No. 881      Clearing Transaction in Connection with German-Swiss Economic
             Negotiations [WN#16462]
No. 882      Information Concerning Swiss-German Clearing Agreement
             [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 883      Swiss-German Negotiations [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 884      German Supply of Coal to Switzerland [February 1945]
             [WN#16462]
Nos. 885-886 German-Swiss Economic Relations [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 887      Collaborating Albanians Refugees Enroute to Germany [February
             1945] [WN#16462]
No. 888      Disagreements Among German Administrators in Northern Italy
             [January 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 895      German Estimate of the Military Situation in the Far East
             [WN#16462]
No. 898      German Estimate of the Military Situation in the Far East
             [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 905      German Account of Decisions Reached at Yalta Conference
             [WN#16462]
No. 915      Possible Swiss Mobilization Measures [February 1945]
             [WN#16462]
No. 916      German Discussion of Swiss Foreign Relations [February 1945]
             [WN#16462]
No. 918      Further German-Swiss Economic Negotiations [February 1945]
             [WN#16462]
No. 919      German Default on Swiss Coal Agreement [WN#16462]
No. 921   German Discussion Concerning Swiss Economic Negotiations
          [WN#16462]
No. 922   Swiss Position on Transit of German Goods Through Switzerland
          [Feb. 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 923   German-Swiss Clearing Negotiations [February 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 924   Swiss-German Economic Relations [February 1945; includes
          comments by Walter Stucki, Head of the Foreign Affairs Division
          of the Swiss Federal Political Department about his negotiations
          with the Allies.] [WN#16462]
No. 925   Information on Situation in Rumania [WN#16462]
No. 926   Anti-Russian Activities in Rumania [March 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 927   Further Information on the Rumanian Situation {March 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 928   German Comment on Stirby Appointment [March 1945, Rumania]
          [WN#16462]
No. 929   German Estimate of Hungarian Political Situation [February 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 930   Conference of Hungarian Quisling Leaders [February 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 931   Hungarian-Croatian Relations [March 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 932   Meeting of Szalasi Privy Council [Hungary] [WN#16462]
No. 933   German Description of Internal Conditions [March 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 934   Formation of Croatian Honor Guard Corps [February 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 936   German Report on Chetnik Cooperation [February 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 937   Failure of Germany to Make Promised Food Deliveries to Croatia
          [WN#16462]
No. 938   Chetnik Operations in Bosnia [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 939   Concerning Serbian Emigrants [WN#16462]
No. 940   Condition of Serbians Entering Austria [February 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 941   Serbian Forces in the Istrian Area [WN#16462]
No. 942   Necessity for Continued German-Croat Collaboration [February
          1945] [WN#16462]
No. 943   Rumored Tito Order for Elimination of Mihailovic [February
          1945] [WN#16462]
No. 944   Americans with Draja Mihailovic [WN#16462]
No. 945   Sabotage in the Serbian Theater [WN#16462]
No. 946   German Support for Chetnik Campaign in Serbian Theater
          [February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 947   Ustashi Terror Against Montenegrin Fugitives [WN#16462]
No. 948   Revolt in Serbia {February 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 949   Description of Internal Affairs in Yugoslavia [WN#16462]
No. 950   Information Concerning Patriarch Gavrilo [WN#16462]
No. 951   German Relations with the Former Bulgarian Embassy in Zagreb
          [WN#16462]
No. 955   Neubacher’s Proposed Visit to the Coastal Area [Yugoslavia]
          [WN#16462]
No. 956   Armed Serbians in Fiume and Istria {March 1945] [WN#16462]
No. 957   Movements of Draja Mihailovic [WN#16462]
No. 958   Possibilities of Albanian-Croatian Cooperation {March 1945]
          [WN#16462]
No. 959   Serbian Forces in the Coastal Area [WN#16463]
No. 960   German Plans for the Evacuation of German Refugees to Denmark
          [WN#16463]
No. 961   Discussion Regarding Housing Facilities for Refugees in Denmark
          [WN#16463]
No. 962   Dr. Best’s Comments on the Housing of German Refugees in
          Denmark [WN#16463]
No. 963   Trial of Norwegian Saboteurs [February 1945] [WN#16463]
No. 964   Proposal for Germanic Internment Camp [Denmark] [WN#16463]
No. 965   Condition of Danish Police Interned in Neuegamme Camp
          [February 1945] [WN#16463]
No. 966   Official Pressure on Dr. Best [Denmark, SS] [WN#16463]
No. 967   Danish Food Exports to Germany [WN#16463]
No. 969   German Discussion of Yalta Conference Results [WN#16463]
No. 971   Increased Salaries for Portuguese Officers and Officials
          [WN#16463]
No. 972   Spanish Repudiation of German-Spanish Air Traffic Agreement
          [WN#16463]
No. 973   Dornier Negotiations with Spanish Government [WN#16463]
No. 974   German View of Spanish-Portuguese Relations [WN#16463]
No. 975   German Information on Yalta Conference Discussions
          [WN#16463]
No. 977   German Comment on the Swedish Purchase of American Fighter
          Planes [WN#16463]
No. 978   Proposed Swedish Protest Against Allied Flights Over Sweden
          [February 1945] [WN#16463]
No. 980   Negotiations Involving German Funds in Croatia [February 1945]
          [WN#16463]
No. 981   Vatican Attitude Toward the Soviet Union [February 1945]
          [WN#16463]
No. 982   German Report of Conditions in the Netherlands [February 1945]
          [WN#16463]
No. 983   Opinions of a French Industrialist [WN#16463]
No. 984   Effects of Suspension of German-Italian Traffic Through
          Switzerland [WN#16463]
No. 985   German-Slovakian Economic Discussions [February 1945]
          [WN#16463]
No. 986    German Attitude Toward Alleged British Policy on Disagreement
           at Yalta [WN#16463]
No. 987    Swiss Regulations Governing Transit of War Material [August
           1943] [WN#16463]
No. 988    German-Swiss Supply Negotiations [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 989    Swiss Reaction to Allied Intervention in Economic Affairs
           [October 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 990    German Shipments from Italy Through Switzerland [November
           1943] [WN#16463]
No. 991    Swiss Report of Quebec Conference [August 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 992    German Comment on British and American Attitude Toward
           Russia [Sept. 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 994    German Report of Allied Differences [October 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 998    German Report of Differing British and American Policies [March
           1944] [WN#16463]
No. 1001   Inquiries on Treatment of British Prisoners of War [December
           1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1003   Swiss Reaction to German Newspaper Article [December 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1004   German Account of Bulgarian Views [March 1944] [WN#16463]
No. 1005   Reactions of Hungarian Legation in Bern to New Hungarian
           Government [April 1944] [WN#16463]
No. 1006   German-Spanish Grain Negotiations [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1007   German-Spanish Wolfram Negotiations [November 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1008   German Report on Wolfram Shipments in 1943 [WN#16463]
No. 1009   German Shipments from Argentina via Spain [July 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1010   German Negotiations Concerning Illegal Transit of Portuguese
           Goods Through Spain {December 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1011   German Report of Progress of Spanish-Allied Air Negotiations
           [September 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1012   German Information on the Portuguese Situation [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1013   German Negotiations to Offset Allied Sanctions in Spain [February
           1944] [WN#16463]
No. 1014   Portuguese-Spanish Economic Discussions [March 1944]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1015   German Attempts to Forestall Payment of Spanish War Debts to
           the Badoglio Government [September 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1016   Spanish-German Negotiations on Liquidations of War claims
           [March 1944] [WN#16463]
No. 1017   Alleged British Violation of Spanish Neutrality [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1018   German-Spanish Negotiations Regarding Submarines in Spanish
           Waters [October 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1019   Negotiations with Regard to Disposal of Italian Ships in Spanish
           Waters [WN#16463]
No. 1020   Condition of Italian Ships in Spanish Ports [January 1944]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1021   Franco’s Reactions to Allied Pressure [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1022   German Request for Spanish Recognition of Mussolini [September
           1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1023   German Proposal Regarding Representative of Mussolini in Spain
           [October 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1027   Spanish Report of Allied Plans Following Moscow Conference
           [November 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1029   Results of Teheran and Cairo Conferences [December 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1031   Reported Allied Plans for Invasion of Spain [March 1944]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1032   Activities of Hungarian Minister to Spain [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1033   German Report of Turkish Intentions [November 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1034   German Negotiations with Monaco for Expulsion of Allied
           Nationals [Dec. 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1035   German Report on Italian Situation [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1036   German-Portuguese Wolfram Negotiations [October 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1037   Views of [Portuguese] Prime Minister Salazar [August 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1038   German Interest in Settlement of Timor Question [September
           1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1039   German Report of Portuguese Intentions [October 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1040   Possible Hungarian Negotiations with Allies [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1041   German Estimate of Allied Intentions [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1042   Allied Attitude Toward Russia [September 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1043   Brazilian Report of Russian Intentions {September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1045   German Report of British and American Reactions to Moscow
           Conference [November 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1046   Further Results of the Moscow Conference [November 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1047   Predictions at to Impending Big Three Conference [December
           1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1048   Alleged Plans to Bring about Immediate German Surrender
           [December 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1049   German Report on Activities of General Lelong {December 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1051   German-Italian Supply Negotiations [August 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1052   German Order on Treatment of Italian Soldiers [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1053   German Order for Conscription of Italian Men [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1054   German Proposals Regarding Supply Situation in Rome [March
           1944] [WN#16463]
No. 1055   German Report of Badoglio Defection [September 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1056   Italian-Croatian Territorial Disputes [November 1943]
           [WN#16463]
No. 1057   Fascist Youth Organization [December 1943, Italy] [WN#16463]
No. 1058   Dissatisfaction of Mussolini with German Control of Italy [March
           1944] [WN#16463]
No. 1059   German Proposal to Appoint Mussolini Representative in Spain
           [October 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1060   Rumored Hungarian and Rumanian Peace Feelers [November
           1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1061   German Negotiations Regarding the former King of Afghanistan
           [Dec. 1943] [WN#16463]
No. 1062   German Suggestions Regarding French Tankers in the West Indies
           [March 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1063   Opinions of Nitti on Italian Situation [August 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1064   German Order for Confiscation of French Household Furnishings
           [Sept. 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1065   Discovery of Plan to Assassinate Laval [September 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1066   Reorganization of the OFI [French Office of
           Information][September 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1067   Conflict of Petain and Laval Regarding Changes in Vichy
           Government [October 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1068   Resignation of Members of French Legation in Bern [December
           1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1069   French Report of American Views on Relations with Russia
           [January 1944]
No. 1070   Spanish Action Regarding Closing of Pyrenees Frontier [February
           1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1071   German Comments on Situation in France [March 1944, 5 pp.]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1072   Projected Reprisals for Trials in Algiers [March 1944]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1073   German Justification of Policy in Denmark [September 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1074   German Estimate of Danish Exports to Germany [October 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1075   German Plan to Increase Danish Labor Contributions [November
           1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1076   Irish-German Negotiations Regarding Internment Practices [Nov.
           1943, 5pp.] [WN#16464]
No. 1077   German-Irish Negotiations Regarding German Transmitter in Eire
           [December 1943, 6 pp.] [WN#16464]
No. 1079   Disposition of Fascist Militia in Greece [September 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1080   Financial Conditions in Greece [December 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1081   German Report on Strength of Resistance Groups in Greece
           [December 1943]
No. 1082   German Reprisals in the Peloponnesus [December 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1083   Hungarian Attitude Toward Allies [September 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1084   Hungarian Military Plans [February 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1085   Imredy’s Proposals for Changes in Hungarian Government [March
           1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1086   Increased Tension Between German and Hungarian Troops [March
           1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1087   German Communications Difficulties in Hungary [March 1944]
No. 1088   German Investigation of the Efficacy of the Blockade of Sweden
           [Nov. 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1089   German-Swedish Trade Negotiations [December 1943, 6 pp.]
No. 1094   German Information on Norwegian Reactions to Russian Landing
           in Northern Norway [July 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1096   German Estimate of Finnish-American Attitudes Regarding
           Separate Peace for Finland [August 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1099   German Information Obtained from Finnish Official in Stockholm
           [October 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1100   German Speculation on Probable Allied Action in the Balkans and
           Eastern Mediterranean [November 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1102   Swedish Proposal of Author for Pro-German Book [November
           1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1104   German Impressions of Hungarian Major Voczkondy [military
           attaché to Stockholm][February 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1106   Impressions of Allied Attitudes Toward the War [March 1944]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1107   German Comment on Statements of a Rumanian Diplomat in
           Stockholm [March 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1108   Swedish Mobilization Measures {March 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1109   German Discussions Concerning Rumanian Oil Transport
           Facilities [July 1943] [WN#16464] [WN#16464]
No. 1110   Further Discussions on Rumanian Oil [October 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1114   Rumanian Grain Exports to Spain [October 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1115   Further Information on Rumanian Trade with Spain [March 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1116   German Negotiations with the Rumanians [December 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1117   Financing of the German Wehrmacht in Rumania [March 1944]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1119   Increased Mobilization in Rumania [March 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1120   The Chastelain Case [Rumania, December 1943-March 1944, 7
           pp.] [WN#16464]
No. 1121   The Benzburg and Theresienstadt Concentration Camps [mention
           of Eichmann, September 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1122   Illegal Entry of Jews into Switzerland [December 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1123   Probable Rumanian Peace Moves [November 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1124   Stirby [Hungary, March 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1125   German Report of Troop Excesses [German troops in Rumania,
           March 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1126   Rumanian Public Opinion on the Air [April 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1127   Discussion on Progress of the War in Rumania [April 1944]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1128   Notes on Mihailovic’s Collaboration with the Germans [April
           1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1129   Hungarian Occupation of Rumanian Territory [April 1944]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1130   German Policy with Regard to Slovak Troops [June 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1131   German Plans for Establishing a Collaborationist Regime in
           Albania [Sept. 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1132   Proposed Federation of Serbia and Montenegro [November 1943]
           [WN#16464]
No. 1133   Coal Situation in Serbia [November 1943] [WN#16464]
No. 1134   Albanian Collaborationist Forces [February 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1135   Alleged Mismanagement of Resettlement of German Minority in
           Croatia [March 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1136   Situation of German and Collaborationist Forces in Croatia [April
           1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1137   Proposals for Strengthening Rumanian Collaboration with
           Germany [April 1944] [WN#16464]
No. 1138   German Protest Against German Methods [March 1944]
           [WN#16464]
      No. 1140   Proposed Amnesty to Partisan and Chetnik Forces [September
                 1943] [WN#16464]
      No. 1142   Proposed Food Shipments to Dalmatian Coastal Area [October
                 1943] [WN#16464]
      No. 1144   German Estimate of Partisan and Chetnik Aspirations [December
                 1943] [WN#16464]
      No. 1145   Alleged British Attempts on [German Special Economic Envoy to
                 the Balkans in Belgrade] Neubacher’s Life [March 1944]
                 [WN#16464]
      No. 1148   American Military Mission to Investigate Tito’s Strength [April
                 1944] [WN#16464]
      No. 1189   Greek Financial Situation [February 1944] [WN#16464]
      No. 1150   Procedure in the Event of German Evacuation of Greece [March
                 1944] [WN#16464]
      No. 1151   Opinions of Mihai Antonescu [March 1944]
      No. 1153   German Difficulties in Transporting Personnel to Tangier
                 [December 1943] [WN#16464]
      No. 1155   German Attitude Toward Appointment of French Military Attaché
                 in Tangier [December 1943] [WN#16464]

433   No. 1156   Arguments for and against Vichy Interference in Algiers Trials
                 [December 1943] [WN#16465]
      No. 1158   Morale in Bulgaria due to Deteriorating War Situation [October
                 1943] [WN#16465]
      No. 1159   Effect of Enemy Propaganda in Bulgaria [December 1943]
                 [WN#16465]
      No. 1160   Shishmanov’s Foreign Policy [Bulgaria, March 1944]
                 [WN#16465]
      No. 1163   The Hatz Case [Hungarian, December 1943] [WN#16465]
      No. 1164   German Conversations with Hungarian Colonel Hatz [December
                 1943] [WN#16465]
      No. 1165   German Abwehr Report on Colonel Hatz’s Activities [December
                 1943] [WN#16465]
      No. 1166   Hungarian-German Collaboration on Hatz Matter [December
                 1943] [WN#16465]
      No. 1167   German Foreign Office Interest in Hatz Affair [January 1944]
                 [WN#16465]
      No. 1168   German Reports on the Hungarian Colonel, Hatz [January 1944]
                 [WN#16465]
      No. 1169   Further Information on Hatz Negotiations [March 1944]
                 [WN#16465]
      No. 1170   Information from Turkey on Sevov [February 1944] [WN#16465]
      No. 1171   Sevov’s Activities in Turkey [February 1944] [WN#16465]
      No. 1172   German Foreign Office Interest in Sevov [March 1944]
                 [WN#16465]
No. 1173   Sevov’s Report on his Turkish Mission [March 1944]
           [WN#16465]
No. 1174   Further Information on the Stirbey Peace Mission [April 1944]
           [WN#16465]
No. 1175   Establishment of German Organized Observation in Turkey
           [November 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1176   Italian Legation in Budapest Pro-Badogilio [December 1943]
No. 1177   German Activity in Greece [March 1944] [WN#16465]
No. 1178   German-Turkish Chrome Negotiations; Turkish View of War
           Situation [September 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1179   German Chromium Ore Program in Turkey [December 1943]
           [WN#16465]
No. 1181   German Comment on Turkish Reaction to the Italian Surrender
           [September 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1182   Rumors of Possible Russian-German Negotiation [September
           1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1183   Proposed Cession of Dodecanese to Turkey [September 1943]
No. 1184   Miscellaneous German Information from Turkey [September
           1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1185   German Comment on Turkish-French Relations [October 1943]
           [WN#16465]
No. 1186   German Comment on Turkish Problems [October 1943]
           [WN#16465]
No. 1187   British Documents Obtained by the Germans [November 1943, 4
           pp.] [WN#16465]
No. 1188   Additional British Documents Obtained by the Germans
           [November 1943, 3pp.] [WN#16465]
No. 1189   German Comment on the Question of Turkish Participation in the
           War [November 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1190   German Comment on Alleged Statements of American Official in
           Turkey [December 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1191   German Information on Turkish Foreign Relations [March 1944,
           3pp] [WN#16465]
No. 1192   Sevov’s Statement to the Turkish Press [March 1944]
No. 1194   German-Finnish Discussions Regarding Finnish Foreign Policy
           [September 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1195   Reactions of Italians in Finland to fall of Mussolini [September
           1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1197   Finnish Reaction to Oslo University Incident [December 1943]
           [WN#16465]
No. 1199   British Measures to Prevent Smuggling from South America to
           Spain and Portugal [November 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1200   German Information Regarding British-Turkish Discussions
           [January 1944] [WN#16465]
No. 1201   German Comment on the Death of General Simic [Croatia
           Commander, August 1944] [WN#16465]
No. 1203      German Relations with Argentina [August 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1204      German Speculation Regarding the New Italian Fascist
              Government [Sept. 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1205      German Attitude Toward Rapprochement with the Soviet Union
              [August 1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1206      Japanese View of Russian Affairs [September 1943; “An anti-
              semitic movement had set in, in Russia and strong propaganda was
              pinning the responsibility for the war and resultant suffering on the
              Jews.”] [WN#16465]
No. 1208      Japanese Estimate of Russian and Rumanian Morale [November
              1943] [WN#16465]
No. 1209      Views of the Japanese Foreign Minister [February 1944]
              [WN#16465]
No. 1212      Turkish Reply to Allied Military Demands [October 1943]
              [WN#16465]
No. 1214      German Rumors of Further Turkish Concessions [November 1943]
              [WN#16465]
No. 1215      Effect in Moscow of Allied Demands on Turkey [November 1943]
              [WN#16465]
No. 1217      Rumors Regarding Turkish Entry into War [December 1943]
              [WN#16465]
No. 1218      German Discussion of Soviet-Russian Policies [March 1944]
              [WN#16465]
No. 1219      Soviet Reaction to British-German Negotiations [March 1944]
              [WN#16465]
No. 1221      Reaction to Formation of Provisional Partisan Government in
              Yugoslavia [December 1943] [WN#16465]
Boston Series Reports—X-2 copies. [WA, XA, YA & ZA Documents:]
IN 3850 WA-1 Para 1 and 7 German Reaction to Spanish Situation [September
                             1943] [WN#16466]
IN 3850 WA-1 Para 3          Information Regarding Iberia Air Lines [September
                             1943] [WN#16466]
IN 3850 WA-4 Para 8          German Estimate of Ambro, Hungarian Minister to
                             Spain [September 1943] [WN#16466]
IN 3850 WA-1 Para 10         German Intentions Regarding Spanish Gibraltar
                             {September 1943] [WN#16466]
IN 3850 WA-3 Para 5 and 12 Spanish-Italian Relations [WN#16466]
IN 3850 WA-5 Para 11         Delivery of Grain to Spain from Germany
                             [September 1943] [WN#16466]
IN 4980 VA-1 Para 1          Swiss Impressions of the Quebec Conference
                             [August 1943] [WN#16466]
IN 4930 VA-2 Para 5          German Economic Discussions with Switzerland
                             [Sept. 1943] [WN#16466]
IN 4930 VA-3 Para 6 and 7 German Reaction to Rumors Concerning Swiss
                             Neutrality [September 1943] [WN#16466]
IN 3986 XA-1 Para 1          Hitler’s Position in Italian Affairs [August 1943]
      IN 3986 XA-2 Para 2        Poncet and Lebrun Taken to Germany [September
                                 1943] [WN#16466]
      IN 3986 XA-3 Para 3        Attempt on Laval’s Life [September 1943]
                                 [WN#16466]
      IN 3986 XA-4 Para 4        Changes in the Office Francaise D’Information
                                 [September 1943] [WN#16466]
      IN 3910 ZA-1 Para 1        Italian Troops Under German Orders [September
                                 1943] [WN#16466]
      IN 3910 ZA 2 Para 3        Russia’s Relations with the Allies [September 1943]
      IN 3910 ZA-3 Para 5        Spanish Recognition of Badoglio’s Government
                                 [September 1943] [WN#16466]
      IN 3910 ZA-4 Para 8 and 6 Treatment of Italians by the Germans [September
                                 1943] [WN#16466]
      IN 3910 ZA-5 Para 7        Anti-German Feeling in Finland [September 1943]
                                 [WN#16466]
      IN 3910 ZA-6 Para 9        Delay in Seizure of French Goods for Germany
                                 Suggested [September 1943] [WN#16466]
      IN 3910 ZA-7 Para 10       German Attitude Towards Russia [August 1943]
                                 [WN#16466]
      IN 3910 ZA-8 Para 11       Slovakia’s Proposal to Withdraw Two Divisions
                                 [June 1943] [WN#16466]
      Boston Series Reports—X-2 copies. [Numbered Reports]:
             Nos. 1-199 [WN#16466]
             Nos. 200-399 [WN#16467]
             Nos. 400-599 [WN#16468]

434          Nos. 600-799 [WN#16469]
             Nos. 800-999 [WN#16470]
             Nos. 1000-1149 [WN#16471]
             Nos. 1150-1221 [WN#16472]

435   “X-2 Miscellaneous Reports and Special Reports Nos. 13-94 (with gaps) Not in
      Boston Series Numbers.”
      Ball Bearing Situation [WN#16474]
      Cables from Dublin Ireland [WN#16474]
      Communist Underground Group Working in Spain [WN#16474]
      An Abwehr Agent contacts with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Lisbon
      [WN#16474]
      Germany on the Verge of Catastrophe [WN#16474]
      German Abwehr in Stockholm [WN#16474]
      Princess Maria Pignatelli [WN#16474]
      German Agent in Barcelona and Madrid [WN#16474]
      Activities of Captain Miranda of Argentina [WN#16474]
      Air-Espionage Chief’s Trip to Spain [WN#16474]
      Geheimrat Kastl’s Visit to Switzerland [WN#16474]
      Capture of American Parachutists in Hungary [WN#16474]
       Capture of American Airman in Hungary [WN#16474]
       German Agents Reported in Switzerland [WN#16474]
       Code Used by Nazi Agents from Buenos Aires [WN#16474]
       German Radio Code Key [WN#16474]
       German Agent in Turkey [WN#16474]
       New German Agent in Spain [WN#16474]
       Sonderstab “F” Officials [WN#16474]
       Suspected Agents [WN#16474]
       Escape of Agents and Disappearance of Farago [WN#16474]
       German Agent Milgassa [in Switzerland] [WN#16474]
       Arrival of Lt. Commander Bohny in Spain [WN#16474]
       Situation in Montenegro [WN#16474]
       American Infantrymen Captured in Italy [WN#16474]
       French Citizen a German Agent in Spain [WN#16474]
       German Comment on Agents’ Activities in South America [WN#16474]
       French Impression of the Situation in France [WN#16474]
       Information Concerning Certain Russian Plans [WN#16474]
       Swedish Request for the Recall of German Agents [WN#16474]
       Repercussions of the Lonnegren Case [Sweden] [WN#16474]
       German Anti-Soviet Measures in Yugoslavia [WN#16474]
       The Stachewsky Case [Sweden] [WN#16474]
       German Interrogation of English Prisoner Regarding Rudolf Hess3 [WN#16474]
       Description of Internal Conditions in France [WN#16474]
       Information Concerning Agents in Tangier [WN#16474]
       German Arrangements for Cover for Agents in Portugal [WN#16474]
       Police Action Against the Elligers Brothers [Sweden/Norway] [WN#16474]
       Repercussions of the Wagner-Utermark Case [Sweden] [WN#16474]
       French Inquiries Re Madame Jacqueline Richet [WN#16474]
       Countess Alice Madik [WN#16474]
       German-Japanese Agents in Afghanistan [WN#16474]
       Activities of Abwehr Agent Spitzer [Yugoslavia] [WN#16474]
       German Countermeasures against Danish Acts of Resistance [discussion of
       Kaltenbrunner and Hitler regarding actions to be taken] [WN#16474]
       German Appointments in Sweden [WN#16474]
       Comment on the Proposed German Request for the Recall of Juhlin-Dannfelt
       [Swedish Military Attaché in Berlin] [WN#16474]
       Spanish Action against German Intelligence in Ceuta and Tetuan [WN#16474]
       Peace Proposal of Marquese Rubiato [in Switzerland] [WN#16474]
       German Report on Alleged German and Allied Negotiations with the Swiss Army
       [WN#16474]
       German Suspicions of Hungarian Negotiations with Allies [WN#16474]
       Proposed Reorganization of German Intelligence Activities in Spain [WN#16474]


3 Deputy leader of the Nazi Party and after Hermann Goering, the No. 3 man in Nazi
Germany until May 10, 1941, when he left Germany and flew to Great Britain,
apparently seeking a negotiated peace settlement.
      Arrest of Albert Bemeleit [France] [WN#16474]
      German Contact with FBI in Lisbon [WN#16474]
      Further Identification of Italian Peace Proposal Originating in Switzerland
      [WN#16474]
      Arrest of Parachute Agents in Denmark [WN#16474]
      German Information Concerning the Quebec Conference [WN#16474]
      Proposed Reduction of German Abwehr Personnel in Sweden [WN#16474]
      German Estimate of Value of Tangier for Dissemination of False Rumors
      [WN#16474]
      Activities of German Agent Mertz in Tangier [WN#16474]
      German Comment on Allied Control of Italian Diplomatic Communication
      [WN#16474]
      Defection of Gestapo Agents Kleczkowski and Hamburger [in Turkey]
      [WN#16474]
      German Measures to Safeguard Secret Radio Communication Between Berlin and
      Kabul [WN#16474]
      German Contact with the Central Committee through Kabul [WN#16474]
      Abwehr Connections with British Informant [WN#16474]
      Efforts to Enlist Italians in the German Service [WN#16474]
      Administrative information about the Boston Series Reports, including
      information about source documents used for many of the reports, the reliability
      of the information provided, discussions about the distribution of the reports, and
      discussions regarding level of security classification [WN#16475].

436   Photostats and other types of copies of the German language documents on which
      the Boston Series reports were based. “G-2 Translations from the German” are
      mimeographed copies in English of intercepted enemy cables, e.g., Vienna to
      Berlin, Tokyo to Berlin, Bern to Berlin, Stockholm to Berlin, Madrid to Berlin,
      Lisbon to Berlin, Geneva to Berlin, Copenhagen to Berlin; all from February and
      March 1945. They contain information on German-Swiss relations; Portuguese
      and Spanish political affairs; conditions in the Netherlands, Hungary, etc. They
      appear to have been used in the compilation of the Boston Series Reports, as the
      wording in them appears in the Boston Series Reports of the February-March
      1945 period. [WN#16476-WN#16479]

437   Numerous reports prepared by sources identified as Dogwood, Cereus, and others:
      [Dogwood was a Czech engineer who became chief agent of the Cereus Circle of
      elderly well-connected individuals resident in Istanbul.]
      Dogwood Report Germany-Turkey: Turco-German Trade Talks, June 10, 1944
      [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Some Data on Abwehr and SD Personnel of the Munster and
      Vichy Bureaus, June 7, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Latest Development in Turco-German Relations, July 28, 1944
      [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Papen’s Speech before German Community of Istanbul, July 26,
      1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Supplementary Items Relating to the Plot Against Hitler, July
24, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Draft Report on Political Situation of Turkey by Von Papen to
the German Foreign Office, July 24, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Secret German-Turkish Trade Agreement concluded on July 29,
1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report New Changes in German Intelligence Structure, July 19, 1944
[WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Turkish Declaration on Question of Relations with Germany
Postponed, July 19, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report The Political Situation of Turkey as viewed by the Chiefs of the
German Missions, July 18, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report German Embassy reports on Pressure exerted against Turkey by
both Britain and Russia, July 13, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report, Location of Berlin SS HQ and Archives, July 8, 1944
[WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report General Information on Conditions in Tokio [Tokyo] in January
1944, July 7, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Latest Copy of Secret Propaganda Instructions from German
AA to Missions Abroad, July 7, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Esztergom-Tabor Army Camp; refers to living quarters of
detachments of the “Jewish labour service.” June 5, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Gestapo HQ of Berlin at Pankow, July 4, 1944 [WN#16145 (2
of 10)]
Dogwood Report Verbatim Copy of Secret Propaganda Instruction from
Ribbentrop to Chiefs of Diplomatic and AA Missions Abroad, July 3, 1944
[WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Changes in German Diplomatic and Party Personnel in Turkey,
July 3, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Documentary Report on the past History of our Connection with
the Hungarian General Staff, July 3, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Proposed Agreement with Representatives of Hungarian
General Staff Concerning Co-operation in the Sphere of Intelligence, October 4,
1943 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Hungarian Interim Reply to German proposals, February 8,
1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Situation in Hungary, February 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report on the Status of the Understanding with the Hungarian General
Staff after the German Occupation, April 4, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report, on the Latest developments with reference to the Hungarian
General Staff Collaboration Scheme, May 25, 1944, June 13, 1944 [WN#16145
(2 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Admiral Canaris reinstated as Chief of Military Intelligence,
June 30, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
Dogwood Bulgaria: Clearing Assets and Black Market Prices, June 23, 1944
[WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report The Partisan Movement in Bulgaria, June 23, 1944 [WN#16145
      (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report State of Bulgarian Mobilization and Estimated German Strength
      in Bulgaria, June 23, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Italy: Low Morale among non-combatant forces of occupation,
      June 21, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Italy: Maintenance Cost of German Occupation and Gold
      Prices, June 21, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Partisan Activity in German-Occupied Italy, June 21, 1944
      [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report The Bulgarian Political Scene in June 1944, June 16, 1944
      [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Strong Quisling Forces on Police Duty in France, June 17, 1944
      [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report German Paper Money Cornered by Japanese Agents, June 17,
      1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Hungarian Partisan Groups, June 13, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of
      10)]
      Dogwood Report German Garrison of Hungary, June 13, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of
      10)]
      Dogwood Report Hungarian War Economy Going Slow in War Industries, June
      13, 1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Extent of Hungarian Mobilization, June 13, 1944 [WN#16145
      (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report Supplementary Data on Abwehr and SD Personnel, June 12,
      1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]
      Dogwood Report German Troop Movements in Dalmatian and Serbia, June 12,
      1944 [WN#16145 (2 of 10)]

438   Numerous reports prepared by sources identified as Dogwood, Cereus, and others:
      [Dogwood was a Czech engineer who became chief agent of the Cereus Circle of
      elderly well-connected individuals resident in Istanbul.]
      Iris Report Hungary: Black Market, Graft, Social Unrest, November 6, 1943
      [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
      Iris Report Slovakia: Clearing Balances against Germany, January 24, 1944
      [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
      Cereus Report on Slovakia and Croatia, September 21, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of
      10)]
      Cereus Report Production of Aircraft and other military equipment by Manfred
      Weiss and others, October 16, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Axis Morale, October 16, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Number of Foreign Workers in Austria, October 2, 1943
      [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Slovakia: Pro-Allied Trends; Friction with Germany, October 12,
      1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report Chief of Hungarian Counterintelligence Service in Turkey, Oct.1,
1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report Repercussions of Italian Events in Hungary, September 17, 1943
[WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report OKW Economic Department moved out of Berlin, January 6, 1944
[WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus report Hitler and Russia, September 15, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report Axis Morale, September 14, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report Hamburg Under the Impact of the Mass Raids; reference to Jewish
atrocities and German denial, September 14, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Trillium Report Status of Michailovich Forces on Axis View, December 21, 1943
[WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Trillium Report Conscription of Hungarian Civilians for War Industries, January
3, 1944 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Trillium Report Hungarian Defense Precautions, December 21, 1943 [WN#16145
(8 of 10)]
Trillium Report Hungary Passive in Fight Against Partisans, December 28, 1943
[WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report German Intelligence Personnel: Anton Krizik [in Abwehr] in
Prague and Budapest, September 28, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report German Intelligence Personnel – various individuals of Abwehr in
Balkans, October 1, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report Information on Hungarian Intelligence Service, September 30,
1944
Cowslip Report A German view on the likelihood and expediency of Turkey
entering the war, November 18, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report German Precautions Against Italian Capitulation, September 21,
1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report Italian Events-Effects on Balkan Situation, September 21, 1943
[WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Cereus Report German Strategy in Russia, September 21, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of
10)]
Cereus Report, Criticism of German Policy in Occupied Countries, September 21,
1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Plumbago Report High SS Command to be transferred from Berlin to Prague,
October 27, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Candytuft Report Rumored German Strategic Withdrawal in Connection with
German National Committee in Moscow, Russia, November 3, 1943 [WN#16145
(8 of 10)]
Lotus Report Bulgaria: Troop movements to the eastern border and factory labor
conscripted for work in Germany, December 28, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Lotus Report Protectorate: Military preparations for Civil War, December 21,
1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Lotus Report Public Finance in the Protectorate, December 14, 1943 [WN#16145
(8 of 10)]
Lotus Report German Forces in Bulgaria, November 15, 1943 [WN#16145 (8 of
10)]
Lotus Report Political Scene in Bulgaria under the Regency Council, October 15,
1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Lotus Report Axis Morale: Communists and Guerillas in Bulgaria, November 5,
1943 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Begonia Report Labor Force employed by the Herman Goering Works at Linz,
Austria, January 26, 1944 [WN#16145 (8 of 10)]
Begonia Report German Military Penetration of Hungary, January 14, 1944
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)] [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Snowball Report SS Garrisons in the Protectorate, November 27, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Dogwood Report on Draft Agreement submitted for the consideration of the
Hungarian General Staff and Government, December 23, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of
10)]
Dogwood Report Political Divisions and Names of Pro-Allied Politicians in
Bulgaria, November 27, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Dogwood Report German Garrison withdrawn from Bulgaria, December 6, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Dogwood Report Strength and Morale of German Garrison in Greece, December
9, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Dogwood Report on draft protocol embodying terms of collaboration between
Allies and Austrian Committee of Liberation, December 10, 1943 [WN#16145 (9
of 10)]
Dogwood Report Concerning Agreement with Representative of Hungarian
General Staff about cooperation in the sphere of Intelligence, November 4, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report on the Necessity for an immediate clarification of the Austrian
Question in the interest of the Allied War Effort, October 26, 1943 [WN#16145
(9 of 10)]
Cereus Report Outlining the Salient Features of our proposed collaboration with
the Hungarian General Staff on the Basis of Provisional Agreement, October 27,
1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report on The Consolidation of our Connections to the German High
Command, October 27, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report Conversations with Bulgarian Representatives in Preparation of
Future Close Collaboration in the Field of Military Intelligence, October 20, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report Proposed Agreement with Representatives of Hungarian General
Staff Concerning Co-operation in the Sphere of Intelligence, October 4, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report Chromium Ore Transports to Germany, September 30, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report on the Balkans September 4, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report Concerning the Foundation of a Free German Movement in the
Services of the Allied War Effort, September 8, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report on the Situation in Hungary, September 16, 1943 [WN#16145 (9
of 10)]
Cereus Report on Hungarian Troops on the Eastern Front, September 25, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report Rumors of Russo-German Peace Negotiations, September 23, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report on German Pressure on Hungary to Secure More Military
Assistance, September 23, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Stock Report Shortage of Foreign Exchange in Germany owing to Decline of
Exports, December 29, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report on situation in Rumania, September 10, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of
10)]
Cereus Report Suggested Reforms for Radio Transmissions for Austria,
September 30, 1943, e.g., Hitler is an “unemployable loafer,” Himmler is a
“homosexual,” Goering is a “drug-addict,” Robert Ley is an “alcoholic,” etc. and
suggestions on what to say about such topics as foreign workers, the Gestapo and
SS, the battle in the Ghetto of Warsaw, Poland, and the situation in the occupied
territories. [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report on German Plans of Resorting to Gas Warfare, September 8,
1943[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report Black Market activities in Berlin, Germany, and price of gold in
Berlin, September 15, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Hibiscus Report Strength and Morale of German Garrison in Greece, December
26, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Hibiscus Report Treatment of Disarmed Italian Soldiers in Greece, December 26,
1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report on Croatia, September 17, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Camelia Report on Conclusions drawn by OKW from Italian Campaign, Dec.18,
1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Camelia Report OKW Views Position on the Eastern Front, December 18, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Camelia Report OKW Anticipates Invasion in the West, December 18, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Magnolia Report Germany: End of New Material Resources in Sight, December
20, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Magnolia Report Germany: Rigorous Control of the Wehrmacht by Himmler-
System of Denunciations, October 26, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Magnolia Report Axis Morale: Germany: State of Information—Criticism of
Allied Radio Propaganda, October 26, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Magnolia Report Reaction to Allied Bombing Policy and Social Effects of
Evacuations in Germany, October 22, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Cereus Report Notes on Personal and Political Reputations of some leading
German Generals, e.g., Keitel, Halder, Rommel, Udet, von Rundstedt, Kluge.
October 27, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
Magnolia Report Rivalry between SS and Wehrmacht, October 26, 1943
[WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Attitude of German Public to Russia-Choice Between Russian or
      Anglo-Saxon Occupation, October 28, 1943 [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Reputations of Dr. Schacht and Von Papen, October 22, 1943
      [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Attitude of the Christian Churches in Germany, October 22, 1943
      [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Rapid Decline of German War Production [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Wehrmacht not in position to take Power, October 19, 1943
      [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
      Cereus Report German Eastern Army Nearing Exhaustion, October 19, 1943
      [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Germany’s Chances in the East, October 10, 1943. Noted that “if
      against all expectation Germany should lost, she threatens to open all
      concentration camps, apply in all Europe the ‘scorched earth’ policy, and involve
      the whole of the continent in her cataclysm.” [WN#16145 (9 of 10)]
      Cereus Report Russo-German Peace Negotiations, October 8, 1943 [WN#16145
      (9 of 10)]
      Substantive information on Cereus and Dogwood reports and the sub-sources on
      which the information was based; also Dogwood Policy File. [WN#16145 (6 of
      10)]

439   Memo regarding proposals for implementing the establishment of an independent
      intelligence service in Rumania, October 26, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#16149]
      Memo regarding aspects of proposed OSS Prague, Czechoslovakia Mission, April
      16, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#16704]
      Memos regarding intelligence objectives in USSR occupied areas, February-June
      1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#16702]
      Memos regarding OSS Liaison activities, January 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#16601]
      Memos regarding projects for use of CALPO [the Paris branch of the Soviet-
      sponsored Free Germany Committee] personnel, Coup de Main, and Special
      Operations, February-March 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#16615]
      Memos and correspondence regarding war crimes and war criminals, April-July
      1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#16608-WN#16610]

440   Baghdad, Iraq Messages, August 1943-December 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#16046]

441   Baghdad, Iraq Messages, August 1943-December 1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#16046
      and WN#16047]
      Caserta, Italy cables, February-July 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#16362]
      Platinum Series Reports-Copies of transcription of communications from and to
      the German foreign office and other high level sources, 1944-1945, ca. 100 pp.
      [WN#16503]

442   Platinum Series Reports-Copies of transcription of communications from and to
      the German foreign office and other high level sources, 1944-1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#16504-WN#16511]
      Stockholm, Sweden cables, 1943-1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#16647]
      London, England cable regarding developments in Yugoslavia, July 20, 1943, 2
      pp. [WN#16641]

443   Singapore cables, November 1945-March 1946, ca. 60 pp. [WN#16673-
      WN#16676]
      Shanghai, China cables 1945-1946, ca. 15 pp. [WN#16677]
      Cairo, Egypt cables, November-December 1943, ca. 45 pp. [WN#16682-
      WN#16685]
      London, England cable, August 4, 1943, discusses the OSS relationship with the
      Roman Catholic Church’s intelligence service, the International Distribution
      Service. Noted in the cable that “no very high intelligence value is generally
      attached to these reports here” referring to the IDS reports that OSS passed on to
      the Department of State. [WN#16691]
      Bern, Switzerland cables, March-April 1944, ca. 5 pp. A cable of March 15, 1944
      refers to relationship between Schellenberg and Col. Mason, head of Swiss
      Intelligence. [WN#16762]

444   Bern, Switzerland cable regarding dealings of Col. Mason of Swiss Intelligence,
      Schellenberg, and Allen Dulles, April 5, 1945, 1 pp. [WN#16811]
      Bern, Switzerland cables, 1944-1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#16809-WN#16811]
      Rome, Italy Messages, 1946, ca. 200 pp. [WN#17004]
      Bern, Switzerland cables, February 1944, ca. 25 pp.

445   Report on the situation in France, October 11, 1943, 3 pp. References made to
      forced laborers and the German roundup of Jews [WN#00185]
      Reports on Anti-Salazar resistance group and political situation in Portugal,
      December 1943, 6 pp. [WN#00187]
      List of Russian atrocities prepared by the G-2 Section of the Rumanian General
      Staff, December 13, 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#00627]
      Reports on Jewish situation in Rumania, September-October 1944, ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#00681]
      Minutes of meetings between [Nikolas?] Plastiras and Greek and British officials
      in Athens, 1944-1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#00686]
      Document from Bucharest December 1944 entitled “The SD against President
      Roosevelt.” [WN#00688]
      Reports from D. H. Cox, Field Representative of the Greek War Relief
      Association in Turkey, January-March 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#00842]
      Report on the situation in Spain, March-June 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#01468]

446   Shanghai, China cables, October-December 1945, ca. 200 pp. WN#15860-
      WN#15861]
      Bern, Switzerland cables, July-October 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#15874-
      WN#15875]

447   Lisbon, Portugal cables, 1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#15884-WN#15889]
      Bern, Switzerland cables March-May 1944, ca. 50 pp. References made to
      conductor Toscanini. [WN#15891-WN#15892]
      Memo regarding the situation in Bulgaria, February 1945, 7 pp. [WN#16164]
      Information on Middle Silesia, August-October 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#16167]
      Information [in German] provided by Dr. Erwin Respondek, November 1945
      regarding atomic research. Information translated and produced as a 16pp-report
      entitled “German Scientists and Materials in the Soviet Union for the
      Construction of the Atomic Bomb.” November 6, 1945. [WN#16168]
      Statement of a German nurse who was in the Hitler Bunker at the end of the war,
      December 1945, 6 pp. [WN#16169]

448   Memos regarding SO operations in Norway, November-December 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#16225]
      “Unprocessed Gossip” [in Italian] from the Vatican, June 11, 1946, 4 pp.
      [WN#16226]
      Memo regarding SSU-State Department relationship, June 13, 1946, 4 pp.
      [WN#16227]
      Report on the Russian Orthodox Situation in France, ca. September 1946, 10 pp.
      [WN#16230]

449   Memos and reports regarding Russian Army recruiting Germans in the Russian
      Zone of Germany, December 1945, 7 pp. [WN#16235]
      List of abbreviations to be used in OSS cables, etc., ca. 1943, 3 pp. [WN#16237]
      List of “Contacts – Informants – Sub-Agents” in Angola, December 28, 1943, 3
      pp. [WN#16239]
      Memos and reports regarding Russian Army recruiting Germans in the Russian
      Zone of Germany, December 1945, 7 pp.
      Buenos Aires, Argentina cables, January-October 1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#16276-
      WN#16277]
      Bern, Switzerland cables, March-June 1943, ca. 35 pp. Contains reference to
      Adriano Olivetti, industrialist and owner of the typewriter company. [WN#16284-
      WN#16285]

450   London, England cables, November-December 1944, relating to OSS-British
      relationships, ca. 6 pp. [WN#16529-WN#16530]
      Stockholm, Sweden cables, 1944-1945, ca. 25 pp. [WN#16539-WN#16543]

451   Bern, Switzerland cables, 1944-1945, ca. 15 pp. [WN#16719]

452   Madrid, Spain cables, November 1942-February 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#16734]
      Shanghai, China cables, May-July 1946, ca. 75 pp. [WN#16736]
      Bern, Switzerland; Lisbon, Portugal; London, England; and Paris, France cables,
      1944-1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#16737-WN#16739]
      Paris, Bern, Vienna, Stockholm, Berlin cables, December 1945-April1946, ca.
      100 pp. [WN#16747]
      SSU Germany cables 1946, ca. 25 pp. [WN#16824-WN#16826]
453   SSU, Germany cables 1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#16827]
      Caserta, Italy cables, November 1944, ca. 20 pp. Includes references to the Pope
      and the Vatican [WN#16849]
      Stockholm, Sweden cables, 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#16857]
      Madrid, Spain cables, 1943, ca. 60 pp. [WN#16860-WN#16861]
      Bern, Switzerland cables, October-December 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#16866]
      Memo regarding Rudolf Ruscheweyh, April 23, 1946, 6 pp. [WN#16874]
      Memo regarding Forinvent and Chepa of Switzerland; Schering, A.G.; Swiss
      Bank Corporation; I.G. Basler; and Chile, April 23, 1946, 7 pp. [WN#16874]
      Report on Soviet propaganda policies in Soviet Zone of Germany, April 24, 1946,
      3 pp. [WN#16875]
      Memo on George Wood [Fritz Kolbe], April 26, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16877]
      Memo regarding economic intelligence objectives and specific objectives in
      China, April 30, 1946, ca. 10 pp. [WN#16879]

454   Cables between Washington and Algeria, China, Egypt, England, India, Spain,
      Sweden, Switzerland, and other countries, ca. 1943 – 1944, 18 rolls of 16mm
      microfilm, [WN#16869 – WN#16871]

455   Memo regarding contacts with the British, May 1, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16880]
      Memo regarding political activities in the French Zone of Occupation, May 2,
      1946, 5 pp. [WN#16881]
      Memo regarding Luigi Magnaguago and works of art, May 2, 1946, 2 pp.
      [WN#16881]
      Memo regarding views of Shanghai, China Soviet officials on latest changes in
      USSR Government, May 3, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#16882]
      Memo regarding German relief activities by the Swedes, May 6, 1946, 1 p.
      [WN#16883]
      Econic [economic intelligence] report for April 1946, May 6, 1946, 5 pp.
      [WN#16883]
      Memo regarding proposed trip of CIG representative to Germany and Austria,
      May 7, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16884]
      Memo regarding liaison officer with Swedish Intelligence Service, May 7, 1946, 1
      p.
      Memo regarding briefing notes for proposed CIG visit to SSU staff, Paris, May 7,
      1946, 3 pp. [WN#16884]
      Memo regarding KAPOK material, May 8, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16885]
      Memo regarding SI, semi-overt installations and personnel in the Near East, May
      7, 1946, 2 pp.[WN#16884]
      Memo regarding treaty negotiations between Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia,
      May 8, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16885]
      Memo regarding State Department intelligence cables, May 8, 1946, 1 p.
      [WN#16885]
      Memo regarding status of missing Netherlands East Indies Forces personnel, May
      9, 1946, 3 pp. References made to war crimes. [WN#16886]
Memo regarding Freiherr Constantin Von Neurath and Heino Gaefgen [head of
Deutsche Industrie Kommission] and knowledge of hidden German funds, May
10, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#16887]
Memo regarding POW Camp No. 20 at Krasnogorsk, Russia, May 9, 1946, 2 pp.
[WN#16887]
Memo regarding German scientists working for Russia, May 9, 1946, 1 p.
[WN#16887]
Memo regarding confidential agreements to propose a German war crimes court,
May 9, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16887]
Letter from Richard Helms to Allen Dulles regarding Ernst Lemmer, May 9,
1946, 1 p. [WN#16887]
Letter from Gardiner S. Platt to William J. Donovan regarding confiscation of
Czech mining property in Germany, May 10, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16887]
Memo regarding protest of disbanding SI Mission, Switzerland, May 13, 1946, 3
pp. [WN#16888]
Memo regarding anti-American propaganda in Hungary, May 13, 1946, 4 pp.
[WN#16888]
Memo regarding Vatican reaction to Christian Democratic Republican stand, May
13, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16888]
Memo regarding KAPOK material, May 13, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16888]
Letter relating to events in Palestine, May 13, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16888]
Memo regarding the Mufti of Jerusalem, May 13, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16888]
Memo regarding removal of art collections and libraries from Germany by the
Russians, May 14, 1946. Statement that “many works of art are said to have been
ruined by careless packing, as for example, some parts of the Pergamum Altar
from the Pergamum Museum in Berlin. [WN#16889]
Memo regarding communist training centers in Russian Zone of Occupation, May
14, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16889]
Memo regarding Russian plans for a German government, May 14, 1946, 1 p.
[WN#16889]
Memo regarding Chinese newspapers, May 14, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16889]
Memo regarding Washington comments on Paris Intelligence, May 14, 1946, 5
pp. [WN#16889]
Memo regarding Weiss interest in Hibag, May 15, 1946, 3 pp Includes discussion
of the establishment CODAF, which was established in Bern, Switzerland to hold
Manfred Weiss’ assets. [WN#16890]
Memo regarding Finnish-USSR relations, May 15, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16890]
Memo regarding transfer of German scientists to Russia, May 16, 1946, 1 p.
[WN#16891]
Memo regarding information on leading Red Army personalities in Austria, May
16, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16891]
Letter concerning events in the Middle East, May 17, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16892]
Memo regarding the manufacture of armaments for the Argentine Government by
Bofors, A.B. of Sweden and that company’s employment of German scientists,
May 17, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#16892]
      Memo regarding false valorization of bearer shares with no certificate of origin,
      May 17, 1946, 2 pp. References to Swiss Bank safety deposit boxes. [WN#16892]
      Memo regarding communist financial agreements with Syria and Lebanon, May
      20, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16893]
      Memo regarding Friedlieb (alias Solduz), a suspicious character in Iran, May 20,
      1946, 4 pp. [WN#16893]
      Memo regarding Lithuanian Academy of Science and its membership, May 20,
      1946, 2 pp. [WN#16893]
      Memo regarding change in attitude of French Safehaven authorities, May 20,
      1946, 1 p. [WN#16893]
      Memo regarding the naturalization for Jan Libish, a Czech who joined the OSS in
      1943, May 22, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#16895]
      Memo regarding State Department cables, May 22, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16895]
      Memo regarding German interests in Monaco, May 22, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#16895]
      Memo regarding the misuse of UNRRA supplies in Yugoslavia, May 22, 1946, 2
      pp. [WN#16895]
      Memo regarding the minting and counterfeiting of Swiss, French, and American
      gold pieces, May 23, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16896]
      Memo regarding French agreement to support proposal to list [i.e. Proclaimed
      List] the Enskilda Bank of Sweden, May 23, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16896]
      Memo regarding plans of the Shah of Iran for action against the Democrats in
      Azerbaijan, May 27, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16898]
      Memo regarding death sentence against former OSS agent Paul Haggenmacher in
      Casablanca, French Morocco, May 28, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16899]
      Memo regarding further details about the Shah of Iran’s plans for action against
      the Democrats in Azerbaijan, May 28, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16899]
      Memo regarding Syrian President’s Reactions to the Palestine Report, May 31,
      1946, 2 pp. [WN#16899]
      Memo regarding the financial affairs of Pierre du Pasquier, who claimed to be the
      wartime financial advisor to the Prince of Monaco, May 31, 1946, 2 pp.
      [WN#16899]

456   Bern, Switzerland Messages, 1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#16923]
      Istanbul, Turkey cables, 1944, ca. 30 pp. A cable of July 14, 1944 explains the
      OSS relationship with the source Dogwood and his commercial cover.
      [WN#16951-WN#16956]

457   Paris, France Cables, 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#17005-WN#17006]
      Vienna, Austria cables, September 1945-August 1946, ca. 150 pp. A December 5,
      1945 cable provides Vatican news [WN#17008-WN#17010]
      Cairo, Egypt cables, 1943-1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#17014-WN#17019]
      Bern, Switzerland cables, June-October 1944, ca. 60 pp. [WN#17020-
      WN#17025]
      Istanbul, Turkey cables, 1943-1944, ca. 50 pp. [WN#17031-WN#17034]
      Lisbon, Portugal cables, January-November 1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#17037]
458   Lisbon, Portugal cables, May-October 1943, ca. 40 pp. [WN#17044-WN$17045]
      Reports on the political situation in Albania, March-April 1944 [WN#17075]
      Reports on the financial transaction of the Banco Lisboa e Acores, Lisbon,
      Portugal, including information regarding German clearing agreements with
      Portugal, 1944-1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#17091].
      Reports on the Portuguese political situation, 1944, [WN#17095-WN#17100]

459   Memo regarding the Arfaras Gold Case, June 21, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#17169]
      Memo regarding the final implementation of the Z Projects, which sought to
      establish permanent clandestine intelligence coverage of central and eastern
      Europe, July 1, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#17175]
      Compilation of suspected British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) men in
      Southeast Asia, July 22, 1946, 10 pp. [WN#17188]

460   Memo regarding Foreign Intelligence Service for South East Asia, Sept.19, 1945,
      1 p. [WN#17217]
      Memo regarding OSS and SSU liaison with foreign intelligence services, April
      18, 1946, 6 pp. [WN#17235]
      Memo regarding proposal for OSS operations directed at Japanese intelligence
      sources in Afghanistan, February 12, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#17247]
      Memo regarding MO-SI agent for Switzerland, June 21, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#17250]
      Memo regarding loan agreement between Sweden and Russia, August 5, 1946, 3
      pp. [WN#17305]
      Report on Soviet attempts to obtain Italian-owned DDSG stock, August, 1946, 1
      p. [WN#17305]
      Report on illegal transactions in Czarist-Russian gold mints in Sweden, August 5,
      1946, 2 pp. [WN#17305]
      Memo regarding interview [in Stockholm, Sweden on June 20, 1946] with
      Helmut Werner Maurer, August 5, 1946, 4 pp. References to German External
      Assets and Maurer’s assets in Switzerland and Spain [WN#17305]
      Memo regarding proposed reorganization of SSU Mission to Germany, August
      12, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#17308]
      Memo regarding Soviet political aims in Central and Southeastern Europe,
      August 14, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#17310]
      Memo regarding reparations from Finland to Russia, August 16, 1946, 2 p.
      [WN#17312]
      Memo regarding Lebanese plan for Palestine, August 19, 1946, 1 p. [WN#17313]

461   Report on OSS operations based on Sweden, November 19, 1943, 9 pp.
      [WN#17324]
      Translated copies of weekly reports of the Hungarian military attaché in Istanbul,
      Turkey, November-December 1943, ca. 30 pp. Reference to Jewish women going
      through Turkey to Palestine. Attaché noted that “these women talk in front of
      witnesses about terrible things as to conditions, persecution of labor and Jews in
      Hungary. Couldn’t pressure be brought to bear on the relatives left behind so that
      the emigrants would make no statements abroad?” Also noted “I am convinced
      that the Turks will enter at the last minute, so that they can obtain some rewards
      and a place at the peace negotiations.” Also noted “our people [Hungarian Secret
      Service] again inform us that Jewish immigrants who pass through on their way
      from Hungary spread scare-rumors which harm us a great deal.” [WN#17351]
      Memos and reports on Japanese intelligence and propaganda in Turkey, 1944, ca.
      30 pp. [WN#17354]
      Report on German occupation forces in Bulgaria, February 14, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#17357]
      Reports on Rumania, February 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#17359]
      Report on French in Luxembourg, June 2, 1945, 1 p. [WN#17360]
      Report on German interest in a Belgian electrical appliance firm, June 2, 1945, 2
      pp. [WN#17360]
      Report on foreign influence in Belgium separatist movement, May 28, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#17360]
      Report on Rome’s attitude toward King Leopold, October 18, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#17361]
      Notes on Russian undercover activities in Belgium September 15, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#17361]
      Notes on Spanish political situation, September 14, 1945, 1 p. [WN#17361]
      Reports on political developments in Belgium, August-September 1945, ca. 10
      pp. [WN#17361]
      Report on Albania, September 21, 1944, 1 p. [WN#17363]
      Report on Russian interference in Rumanian internal affairs, October 17, 1944, 2
      pp. [WN#17365]
      Reports on Rumania, September-November 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17365-
      WN#17366]
      Report on Southern Albania, October 1944, 12 pp. [WN#17369]
      Reports on Italian political and intelligence matters, 1944, ca. 400 pp. Includes
      references to the Pope and Vatican. [WN#17370-WN#17371]
      Progress report Far East Division SI, January 1946 [WN#17502]
      Memos regarding the “MUSAC Project,” which made electrical transcriptions of
      American songs with German lyrics to be played to German troops, July 1944, ca.
      8 pp. [WN#17518-WN#17519]
      Athens: List of Greek persons working for the Geheime Feldpolizei [Secret Field
      Police, operated after 1942 by the SD] May 1944 [WN#17530]

462   Report on conditions in Germany, April 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17538]
      Reports on Italian Socialists, April 1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#17542]
      Vessel Reports, 1945 [WN#17547]
      Reports on Russian interests in Uranium and nuclear research October 1945, ca. 5
      pp. [WN#17570]
      Memo regarding the establishment of an Office of Labor Intelligence in London,
      March 17, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#17572]
      Report on General Living Conditions in Prague, Czechoslovakia, April 20, 1943,
      3 pp. [WN#17573]
      Report on conditions in Belgium and Belgium workers in Germany, September
      30, 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17575]
      Report on conditions in Spain, March 17, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#17576]
      Report on conditions in Czechoslovakia, April 24, 1943, 5 pp. [WN#17577]
      Report on a trip to Finland, June 1944, 20 pp. [WN#17593]
      Memo regarding additional information on Iranian anti-Democrat plot, June 4,
      1946, 2 pp. [WN#17602]

463   China X-2 North China Penetration Program Report, April 2, 1945, 10 pp.
      [WN#17615]
      China X-2 Monthly Progress report, October 1, 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#17617]
      Information on Ireland, 1942-1943, including a lengthy report [WN#17618-
      WN#17623]
      Memo regarding the political situation in Iran, October 3, 1944, ca. 6 pp.
      [WN#17632]
      Reports regarding Syrian and Lebanese political affairs, December 1944-February
      1945, 15 pp. [WN#17633-WN#17635]
      Memo regarding the suppression of Macedonian Movement in Yugoslavia,
      December 10, 1945, 1 p. [WN#17636]
      Memo regarding Russo-Rumanian intelligence centers, November 19, 1944, 2 pp.
      [ WN#17637]

464   Memo regarding attitude of Italians toward Fascists, Germans, and British,
      January 26, 1944, 1 p. [WN#17645]
      London R & A Branch progress Report, June 30, 1943 [WN#17645]
      Westfield Mission material, 1944-1945, ca. 75 pp. [WN#17701]
      Records relating to operations in Bulgaria, Rumania, and Hungary, February 9,
      1944, ca. 25 pp. [WN#17702]
      Vessel Reports, 1945, [WN#17703]

465   Memorandum from Clayton Booker regarding indiscretion by the British
      Financial Attaché and possible infiltration of the British intelligence organization
      in Lisbon, Portugal, May 5, 1943, 71 pp, [WN#705]
      Report on situation in countries allied to and occupied by the Axis Powers, June
      1943, 4 pp. [WN#706]
      Safehaven report on activities in Monaco, March 1945 ]WN#17252]
      Interview with a Dutchman regarding situation in Germany, April 1945
      [WN#17254]
      Reports from the S.I. Branch in London, England, February-August 1943, ca. 50
      pp. [WN#17269]
      Report on Axis espionage activity in Portugal, March 1943, 12 pp. [WN#17271]
      Report on political situation in Sweden and Finland, March 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#17273]
      Various information on Ireland, 1944, ca. 25 pp, [WN#17275]
      Travel Diary of the secretary of the Finnish Peace Delegation to Moscow, April
      1944, 21 pp. [WN#17276]
      Messages from Luanda, Angola, ca. June-December 1943, ca. 200 pp.
      [WN#17258]

466   Report on the German Redoubt, May 1945 [WN#17331]
      Report on German post-war underground organization, April 28, 1945
      [WN#17333]
      Luxembourg political report, June 4, 1945 [WN#17337]
      Safehaven-Switzerland Report, November 1944, 3 pp. [WN#17338]
      Letter concerning Hungarian affairs, April 1943, 18 pp. [WN#17347]
      Report regarding parties in Rome and in Liberated Areas, June 4, 1944
      [WN#17682]
      Morale Operations Planning documents, 1943-1944 [WN#17684-WN#17685]
      Report on the political situation in Austria, February 1945, 7 pp. [WN#17686]
      Report on reaction to atrocities and concentration camps in Regensburg Area,
      Aug. 1945 [WN#17688]
      Information on French and Russian Displaced Persons (including slave laborers)
      in Regensburg Area, 1945 [WN#17688]
      Black Propaganda documents, 1945 [WN#17688]
      Half dozen memos from George Wood [i.e., Fritz Kolbe] to Dulles; written in
      German and discussing various subject, July 28-29, 1945, [WN#17689]
      General Survey of Allied-Danish Intelligence Activity in Denmark, October 8,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#18264]
      Vienna, Austria cables, November 1945-October 1946, ca. 30 pp. [WN#18266]
      Heidelberg, Germany cables, July-October 1946, ca. 40 pp. [WN#18267-
      WN#18268]

467   Interview with member of the Finnish General Staff, December 30, 1943, 2
      pp.[WN#458]
      Report on Finnish intelligence organization in Estonia, January 24, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#458]
      Report on Finnish intelligence organization in Estonia, January 24, 1944, 2 pp.
      Report on Anamite political movements and Japanese activities, October 1945, 11
      pp. [WN#1353]
      Memo on Hungarian affairs, prepared with the help of the Manfred Weiss Group
      in Lisbon, Portugal, March 7, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#1624]
      Reports on Portuguese gold reserves and balances of foreign currencies, April
      1945 [WN#1629]
      Report containing accusations of corruption within the Portuguese International
      Police organization, ca. March 1935, ca. 60 pp. [WN#1628]
      Reports on Argentine-Axis collaboration, 1944-1945 [WN#1681]
      Memo concerning the Pope’s eagerness to arrange for mediation in Japan War at
      opportune time, December 1944, [WN#1683]
      Copies of intercepted letters from Luigi Antonini to American Federation of
      Labor President William Green and International Ladies’ Garment Workers’
      Union President David Dubinsky, September 1944, 5 pp. [WN#1694]
468   Report on the Story of the Sauerkrauts Operations, printed in May 1945, ca. 40
      pp. [WN#12029]
      Report on Portugal and the smuggling of wolfram by sea, June 22, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#12032]
      Letter to William J. Donovan regarding Finnish political matters, February 6,
      1943, 8 pp. [WN#12033]
      Syllabus for the training of intelligence agents from a school in Glasgow,
      Scotland, ca. November 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#12036]
      Report on Turkish public opinion, October 15, 1942, 8 pp. [WN#12037]
      Memo summarizing the results of a recent inspection trip to Italy, covering a
      variety of topics, including OSS-AFHQ CI sharing of information, February 26,
      1945, 10 pp. [WN#12040]
      SHAEF G-2 memo on the organization and functions of Special Counter
      Intelligence Detachments, March 1, 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#12042]
      Paris, France X-2 Activity Report, January 1, 1945, ca. 10 pp. [WN#12043]
      Paris, France X-2 Monthly CE (Counter Espionage) Report, January 28, 1946, 4
      pp. [WN#12044]
      Report on the organization of French annexationist activities in the Roia and
      Nervia Valleys [WN#12045]
      Memo regarding the Bunballa Incident and the Resistance Movement in Austria,
      December 3, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#16372]
      Report on a trip through Germany, Poland, Hungary, Rumania, Yugoslavia, and
      Bulgaria, August 1943, 5 pp. [WN#16375]
      Report on points of differences on the religious views between the Vatican and
      Russia, January 1945, 2 pp. [WN#16377]
      Reports on mainly political developments in Italy, Yugoslavia, and Greece; May-
      June 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#16381]
      Report of the activities of the X-2 Organization, October 22, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#16383]
      Report on political developments in Spanish N. Africa, October 25, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#16384]
      Memorandum regarding the status of collaboration with British organizations in
      Turkey, August 1, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#16389]
      Memorandum regarding the Turkish desire for future collaboration with the
      American intelligence service, December 27, 1944, 1pp. [WN#16391]
      Weekly report of the X-2 Office, Istanbul, Turkey, July 14, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#16391]
      Report on X-2 work in Lebanon for the period May 1944-May 1945, May 7,
      1945, 9 pp. [WN#16392]
      Reports on Hashemite propaganda in Syria, September 29 and October 4, 1945, 8
      pp. [WN#16394]
      Special Progress Report regarding covering the Arab League Council at Bludan,
      June 19, 1946, 2 pp. [WN#16397]
      AMZON [American Zone], Germany cables, August-December 1945, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN# 16400]
      Report on Swiss technicians returning from Germany, March 1, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#17122]
      Report on the Alpine Reduit, March 19, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17124]
      Report from a Swiss who returned from Weimar in January 1945, March 21,
      1945, 3 pp. References to killing of Allied airmen, Buchenwald concentration
      camp, burning alive Jews at the Oschersleben concentration camp, and the
      machine-gunning of 35,000 Jews there. Also noted are the names of three war
      criminals and their crimes. [WN#17125]
      Report on Allied POWs in Japan/Formosa, September 30, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#17128]
      Report on Allied propaganda against Nazi Germany, September 1944, 6 pp.
      [WN#17129]
      Report on Greek persons and firms who collaborated with the Germans during the
      occupation, November 30, 1944, 2 pp. [17135]
      Translations of telegrams delivered to, and information from the office of, the
      Japanese Military Attaché, Lisbon, Portugal, May 1943, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17136-
      WN#17137]

469   Documents in Japanese, with some translations, taken from the offices of the
      Japanese Military and Naval Attachés in Lisbon, Portugal, ca. 1943-1944, ca. 800
      pp. [WN#17139-WN#17141]

470   Documents in Japanese, with some translations, taken from the offices of the
      Japanese Military and Naval Attachés in Lisbon, Portugal, ca. 1943-1944, ca. 100
      pp. [WN#17142]
      Report regarding 5 kilos of diamonds in the crude smuggled into Portugal from
      Angola, November 18, 1943, 1 pp. [WN#17146]
      Report, in French, recounting interviews between Marshal Philippe Petain and M.
      Trochu, and others, October 1943, 4 pp. [WN#17149]. The report includes an
      admission of the failure of the Vichy regime
      Report on Poland, September 1, 1943, 1 p. [WN#17150]. Includes a statement
      that the underground in Warsaw is so strong that it can threaten specific German
      officers.
      Memos relating to MALVINA Reports Nos. 51-53, October 6-7, 1944, that
      contain information about Pope Pius XII and Vatican activities. ca. 4 pp.
      [WN#17372]
      Report on opinions and activities at the Vatican, November 22, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#17372]
      Memo on situation of patriot bands in Northern Italy, December 18, 1944, 8 pp.
      [WN#17372]
      Report on Italian political movements among the patriots, October 26, 1944, 3 pp.
      [WN#17372]
      Report on Japanese economic structure, November 17, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#17373]
      Memo regarding the Pope on the CGIL, Communism, etc., December 20, 1944, 3
      pp. [WN#17375]
471   Report regarding Fascist Italy and plans for an Axis economic center in Asia,
      December 18, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#17379]
      Report on a document that the Japanese financial attaché prepared in 1942 for the
      Japanese ambassador to Italy, December 27, 1944, 11 pp. [WN#17379]
      Reports on Greek Situation, 1943, [WN#17651 and WN#17654]
      Report on Afghanistan, regarding the German threat, Afghan sympathy with
      Nazism, German propaganda, methods open to Americans of collecting
      information, and intermediaries, January 15, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#17652]
      Minutes of the Joint Consultative Committee, January-February 1944, ca. 25 pp.
      [WN#17656]
      Report regarding a trip through Greece in October and November, 1944, ca. 15
      pp. [WN#17661]. Includes accounts of Nazi atrocities.
      Report on Jewish Agency Estimate of Arab military potentialities, October 1945,
      2 pp. [WN#17668]
      Report on Russian troops in Bulgaria, October 1945, 3 pp. [WN#17669]
      Report regarding the movements of the Anglo-American labor delegation in
      Italy—Antonini role thus far, September 9, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#17726]
      Report on evacuation of Sudenten Germans from Czechoslovakia, August 30,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#17728]
      Report on the Abwehr and on Nazi personalities, August 7, 1945, 11 pp.
      [WN#17729]
      Report on visits by King Leopold of Belgium to Hitler, 1944, 1 p. [WN#17732]
      Report on German-Soviet negotiations, 1938-1941, July 15, 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#17734]
      Report on Hungarian Nazi personalities in Bavaria and Oberosterreich, July 1945,
      3 pp. [WN#17735]
      Report on objectives of the Catholic Church in Hungary and Rumania, September
      5, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17738]
      Reports on Hungarian political situation, September 1945 [WN#17739]
      Report on Hungarian SS Division, September 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17740]
      Branch assignments for OSS, Austria, September 11, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#17742]
      Report on relations between the OSS and the British in South Africa, July 17,
      1944, 2 pp. [WN#17744]
      Report on the changing attitude of Brigadier Lenton, head of South African
      censorship, July 20, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#17746]
      Reports on Portuguese East Africa, July 27 1944 [WN#17748]

472   Documents relating to the USSR [from the Allied Control Commission?] ca. 800
      pp. [WN#17281]

473   Statement by Dr. [Konrad] Adenauer, in German, on “One Time Nazis,” October
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#17380]
      Reports on conditions in Poland, June-August 1946, ca. 40 pp. [WN#17380]
      Report on insurance business in Berlin, August 29, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#17381]
      Numerous reports on the political and economic situations, as well as other topics,
      on Thailand, Java, Sumatra, Burma, and Malaya, 1944. [WN#17383-WN#17392]
      Folder containing atrocity pictures (with negatives) of victims killed in France
      mainly by German military units and the Gestapo. Names of victims written on
      the back of the photographs, 1944. [WN#17395]
      Report on German atrocities at Oradour sur Glane, June 1944, 4 pp. [WN#17396]
      Report on rising communist influence in Rumania, June 1944, 1 pp. [WN#17399]
      Report on a conversation between Von Papen and Michael Antonescu, Dec. 1943,
      3 pp. [WN#17399]
      Reports on the situation in Bulgaria, May 1944, [WN#17399]
      Report, in French, on the structure and functioning of various organizations in
      Luxemburg operating under the control and leadership of the Nazi party, July
      1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#17400]

474   Report on the “Apple Mission” to Crete, the first all-MO mission, November 4,
      1944, 7 pp. [WN#12028]
      Report on Baltic conditions, August 1945, 4 pp.
      Report from Estonia, August 1945, 6 pp. [WN#17401]
      Report on Finnish-Russian political situation, August 1945. [WN#17401]
      Report from the Swedish General Staff covering Russian activities in the Baltics,
      ca. January 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17401]
      Reports on developments in South Africa and Lourenco Marques, including the
      activities of Nazi sympathizers and diamond smuggling, ca. January 1944-March
      1945, [WN#17696-WN#17700]
      Report on Chinese intelligence setups, September 4, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#17704]
      Report on the Standard Oil Company’s Property and general conditions in the
      Hong Kong-Canton area, February 1944 [WN#17706]
      Memo on British attitude on SEAC and adjacent countries, January 4, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#17707]
      Report on political opposition groups within Germany, November 7, 1943, 13 pp.
      [WN#17708]
      “SOS, 1944,” a call from Count Michael Karolyi in London to the peasants and
      workers of Hungary to resist the Nazis in 1944, December 16, 1943, 4 pp.
      [WN#17711]
      Reports by Broadway, British Intelligence (MI6 Headquarters), about
      developments in the U.S.S.R. Air Force, aviation schools, and aircraft factories,
      ca. December 1942-September 1943 [WN#17715]

475   Reports by Broadway, British Intelligence (MI6 Headquarters), about
      developments in the U.S.S.R. Air Force, aviation schools, and aircraft factories,
      ca. May 1944-April 1945 [WN#17719-WN#17720]
      Report on German plans for the resistance movement, February 5, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#17721]
      Report on German-Swedish trade relations, February 13, 1945, 1 p. [WN#17721]
      Report on Yugoslav clandestine resistance to A.M.G. at Trieste, July 7, 1945?, 1
      p. [WN#17721]
      Reports relating to Japanese activities in Lisbon, Portugal, October-November
      1943 [WN#17722]
      Report on the role of Communism in France, October 1943, 2 pp. [WN#17723]

476   Report entitled “What it Means to be an Agent,” October 1943, 5 pp.
      [WN#17781]
      Report of a trip to Madrid and Barcelona, Spain by an employee of RKO (Radio-
      Keith-Orpheum) Pictures, June 1944, 13 pp. [WN#17786]
      Report on the OSS sub-mission to Norway, July 25, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17794]
      Treaty between Finland and Russia covering the establishment of fortifications on
      certain islands and coastal regions along the Gulf of Bothnia, April 16, 1945,
      [WN#17796]
      Report of the Intelligence Officer, China Theater, May 25, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#17799]
      Report about the visit of Premier T. V. Soong and General Tai Li to Tientsin,
      China, January 23, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#17800]

477   List of Congo personalities, September 16, 1944, 1 p. [WN#17831]
      List of blacklisted firms of the Cape Verde Islands, 1 p. [WN#17836]
      Report on the Ossewa Brandwag [an African nationalist organization] in
      Rhodesia, October 16, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#17840]
      Report on “Nazi Conceptions from a South African Point of View,” September
      18, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#17841]
      Report based on the files of Der Deutsch-Afrikaner, a pro-Nazi newspaper in
      Pretoria, South Africa, September 18, 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#17842]
      Report on clearing in Reichmarks the Reichs credit received in Angola,
      November 23, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#17865]
      Report on internal conditions in Germany, March 12, 1943, 3 pp. [WN#17877]
      Report on the internal situation in Italy, February 1943, 3 pp. [WN#17877]
      Report on events in Poland, March 15, 1943, 1 p. [WN#17877]
      Report on the military forces of Poland’s Marshal Zymierski, November 1945, 40
      pp. [WN#17878]
      Report on Soviet-Turkish relations, November 30, 1945, 1 p. [WN#17879]
      Report on living conditions in Russian Zone of Germany, October 29, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#17880]
      Report on arrests and tortures in the Canary Islands, December 28, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#17881]
      Letter from Jan Librach to Colonel G. Edward Buxton regarding collaboration
      between the OSS and the Polish Continental Action, [the Washington-Librach
      Agreement] June 28, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#17884]
      Report on the “political machinations of the Freemasons on the Iberian
      Peninsular,” November 11, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#17887]
      Report on internal situation in Finland, April 1945, 7 pp. [WN#17902]
      Red Army rank and signal book, in Finnish, ca. 1940, [WN#17905]
      Report about the visit of the Commander-in-Chief of the Estonian Army, General
      J. Laidoner, to Moscow, U.S.S.R. in 1939, 5 pp. [WN#17908]
      OSS X-2 German Section Memo on Nazi resistance plans, with references to the
      Alpine Reduit, the RSHA, Schellenberg, and other top Nazis, n.d.,4 pp.
      [WN#UNIDENTIFIED]

478   List of known British undercover agents in Angola, March 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#17808]
      Report on Nazi activities and Nazi propaganda in the Union of South Africa from
      1933-September 1939, five volumes, [WN#17809]
      Report on Berlin, Germany; Vienna, Austria; and other places, March 14, 1945, 4
      pp. [WN#17819]
      Report on Japan, March 16, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#17819]
      Report on Russian-Japanese relations, March 1945, 4 pp. [WN#17819]
      Report on the Japanese political and economic situation, March 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#17819]

479   Report on the internal political situation in Finland, March 10, 1945, 7 pp.
      [WN#17822]
      Report on Bulgaria, April 7, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17822]
      Report on conditions in Germany, April 7, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17822]

480   Reports on the disclosure of invisible writing, the application of invisible writing,
      and invisible inks and pencils, n.d., ca. 30 pp. [WN#17853]
      Report on intelligence requirements on Russian Zone of Germany, Aug. 21, 1945,
      11 pp. [WN#17996]
      Records relating to the kidnapping of Alfredo Mann, head of the Stefani Agency,
      in Lourenco Marques, May-June 1943, ca. 10 pp. [WN#17999]
      Memo on Chinese-American relations, October 25, 1944, 12 pp. [WN#18008]

481   Report on French Cameroons, September 23, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#18012]
      Memorandums regarding European Labor representatives in London, 1942, 9 pp.
      [WN#18013]
      Notes regarding certain Finnish fascists and pro-Nazis functioning in the U.S., ca.
      1942, 2 pp. [WN#18013]
      Report on the Workers’ Movement in Belgium, 1942, ca. 50 pp. [WN#18020]
      Report on the internal situation in Bulgaria, December 3, 1942, 7 pp.
      [WN#18131]
      Correspondence between the OSS and Fraser & Sons, International Merchants,
      regarding commercial contacts with import-export firms in both Portugal and
      Portuguese colonies, ca. 1942-1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#18136-WN#18137]
      Report on movements through the Port Bou, Cerbere, January 13 to January 21,
      1943, 18 pp. [WN#18138]
      Report about telephone censorship in Spain, February 10, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#18139]
      Reports on Ireland regarding the attitude of the Irish Government toward various
      points connected with the war, including toward the U.S., 1943, ca. 10 pp.
      [WN#18145-WN#18146]
482   Documents relating to the USSR “emanating from Allied Control Commission,”
      ca. 800 pp. [WN#17856]

483   Finnish military staff guide to interrogation of prisoners-of-war, 1943, 63 pp.
      [WN#17915]
      List of Latvian Scientists in Sweden, July 2, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#17917]
      Report on the re-education on German military refugees in Sweden, June 28,
      1945, 2 pp. [WN#17917]
      Memorandum regarding special operations in Lourenco Marques, November 13,
      1942, 3 pp. [WN#18077]
      Memorandum regarding politics inside South Africa, November 11, 1942, 4 pp.
      [WN#18078]
      Intelligence Report on Liberia, November 13, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#18078]
      Memorandum regarding the operations and personnel of the Texas Company in
      Belgium and Switzerland, September 14, 1942, 4 pp. [WN#18080]
      Report relating to the Ossewa-Brandwag, June 4, 1941, 4 pp. [WN#18081]
      Reports from Leopoldville, Belgian Congo, November 1942-January 1943, ca. 15
      pp. [WN#18082]
      Report on the present state of opinion and feeling in French Guinea, ca. December
      1942, 1 p. [WN#18082]
      Report on activities in Ireland, September 4, 1942-November 21, 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#18084]
      Memorandum of agreement between the OSS and the ISLD, July 20, 1943 pp.
      [WN#18088]
      Outline of Plan CHIANTI, which sought to coordinate the activities of Hungarian
      émigré groups, May 9, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#18097]
      Lisbon, Portugal cables, May-September, 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#18100]
      Caserta, Italy cables, February-July 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#18566-WN#18567]

484   Documents relating to the USSR [from the Allied Control Commission?] ca. 800
      pp. [WN#17966]

485   Documents relating to the USSR [from the Allied Control Commission?] ca. 800
      pp. [WN#17967]

486   Index cards relating to relations between countries, 5 cards, [WN#18201]
      Index cards relating to France, Italy, North Africa, and Spain, 98 cards,
      [WN#18203]
      Index cards relating to Czechoslovakia, 2 cards, [WN#18204]
      Index cards relating to France, Norway, and Poland, 4 cards, [WN#18351]
      Index card relating to Pan-Slavism in Europe, [WN#18352]
      Index card relating to Germany [WN#18355]
      Index cards relating to China, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Spanish Morocco,
      Switzerland, and the US, 7 cards, [WN#18507]
      Index cards relating to relations between countries, 9 cards, [WN#18509]
      Index cards relating to activities by England in Tangier, and in Spain by
      Germany, 6 cards, [WN#18523]
      Index cards relating to Greece and South Africa, 2 cards, [WN#18524]
      Index cards relating to Algeria, England, Germany, the Near East, Portugal,
      Japan, Spain, Turkey, and the US, 14 cards, [WN#18525]
      Index cards relating to Afghanistan, Africa, Albania, and French West Africa, 8
      cards, [WN#18581]
      Index cards relating to Albania, Algeria, the Andaman Islands, Angola, and
      Argentina, 14 pp. [WN#18582]
      Index cards relating to Argentina and Austria, ca. 80 cards, [WN#18583]
      Index cards relating to Bolivia, Brazil, and Bulgaria, 25 cards, [WN#18612]
      Index cards relating to China, 4 cards, [WN#18625 and WN#18702]
      Index cards relating to Czechoslovakia and Denmark, 5 cards, [WN#18776]
      Index cards relating to Egypt and England, 21 cards, [WN#18777]
      Index cards relating mainly to Finland, but also to Europe and the Far East, 124
      cards, [WN#18802]
      Index cards relating to France, 13 cards [WN#18837, and WN#18927 –
      WN#18928]

487   Reports, statements, and interviews from the Netherlands, April-August, 1945,
      and March 31, 1946, ca. 150 pp. [WN#18586]
      Memorandum regarding a deferment for Anton de Irala, the head of the Basque
      intelligence network in South and Central America, May 9, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#18590]
      Information on some of the Germans who signed the “Message of Greeting” sent
      to the “Free Germany” Committee in Moscow, including composer Maxim
      Stempel, November 7, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#18594]
      Message from Belgrade, Yugoslavia discussing tensions between British Prime
      Minister Winston Churchill and Yugoslavian Partisan leader Josip Broz Tito,
      December 9, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#18596]
      Vessel reports concerning developments in Japan, and other countries, May 21-
      July 6, 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#18599-WN#18602]. Topics include Japanese
      contacts and negotiations with the Russians.
      Memorandum regarding the Star Project, which published a weekly New York
      edition of the Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, August 21, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#18902]
      Memorandum regarding relations with Basque Agents, February 3, 1944, 2 pp.
      [WN#18910]
      Notes on the Siamese political situation, September 20-October 3, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#18918]

488   Index cards relating to codes and monitoring, ca. 180 cards, [WN#18515 and
      WN#18565]

489   Report on Who’s Who in Dahomey Government, April 1944, 4 pp. [WN#16176]
Plans for organization of Bissau [Portuguese Guinea] Area, March 27, 1944, 4 pp.
[WN#16177]
Report on opinions concerning political and economic situation in Belgian Congo,
April 10, 1944, 7 pp. [WN#16179]
Report regarding subversive movement in Northern Rhodesia promoting native
strikes, June 19, 1944, 1 p. [WN#16187]
Report on inter-colonial migrations in the Ivory Coast, Gold Coast, Togoland,
British and French Mandated Cameroons, July 7, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#16189]
Report on a trip to the West African Coast, July 25-October 25, 1942, 18 pp.
[WN#16193]
Memo regarding Allied Control Commission in Finland, September 4, 1945, 2 pp.
[WN#17407]
Report on Baltic refugees in Sweden, September 14, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17407]
Report on situation in Finland, September 25, 1945, 1 p. [WN#17407]
Report on current intelligence relating to Poland, September 20, 1945, 2 pp.
[WN#17407]
Report regarding news from Poland, October 2, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#17407]
Reports on Russia, September, 1945 4 pp, makes reference to the Jewish situation,
[WN#17407].
Report on communist activities in Norway, October 6, 1945, 1 p. [WN#17407]
Report on Estonian refugees in Sweden, October 9, 1945, 3, pp. [WN#17407]
Report on the Polish Government, October 8, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17407]
Memo regarding the situation in Poland, October 18, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17407]
Report concerning Russian Control Commission activities in Finland, October 22,
1945, 4 pp. [WN#17407]
Information on Indo-China, June 1945, 8 pp. [WN#17410]
Memo on political documents on Indian activities in Thailand, June 15, 1945, 19
pp. [WN#17413]
Memo on group attitudes in southern Malaya, October 2, 1945, 6 pp.
[WN#17414]
Memo on Sino-Thai Communist newspaper, July 25, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#17414]
Memo on public opinion about the British in Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, November
12, 1945, 8 pp. [WN#17415]
Memo on the situation in Java, October 28, 1945, 3 pp., [WN#17415]
Translations of Dutch radio broadcasts from the Wilhelmina Camp in Singapore,
November 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17415]
Information on OSS representation in Russia, November 2, 1942, 1 pp.
[WN#17416]
Aide-Memoire concerning intelligence activities in Greece, August 5, 1942, 8 pp.
[WN#17418]
Reports on Finland, February 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#17419]
List of suspect seamen on Spanish ships, April 1943, 54 pp. [WN#17422]
Report on German intelligence service developments, with references to Canaris,
Himmler, and Kaltenbrunner, June 1943, 3 pp. [WN#17426]
490   Report on attitude of German refugees in Sweden toward Nazism, November 16,
      1945, 1 p. [WN#17404]
      Report on German sympathizers among refugees in Sweden, November 16, 1945,
      1 p. [WN#17404]
      Report on refugee situation in Sweden, November 16, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17404]
      Memo regarding Lithuanian leader in Berlin, Germany, November 13, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#17404]
      Report on Skoda Works, Ltd., Czechoslovakia, October 31, 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#17404]
      Report on the Communist elements of the Swedish press, October 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#17404]

491   Report on Russian defense positions in the Baltic area, prepared by the Finnish
      General Staff, June 6, 1943, ca. 250 pp. [WN#17405]
      Report on a possible informational leak in the American Embassy in Paris, July
      1945, 3 pp. [WN#17826]
      Report on Arab atrocities committed during a riot in Guelma, Algeria on May 8,
      1945, 1 p. [WN#17828]
      Report on conscription in China, July 17, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#17830]
      Dossier on people well known in the Belgian Congo, August 12, 1944, ca. 15 pp.
      [WN#17920]
      List of Estonians in the German SD, December 2, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#17932]
      Reports on Estonia, 1944, 13 pp. [WN#17932 and WN#17933]
      Information on Poland, with references to anti-Semitic feelings, January 4, 1946,
      2 pp. [WN#17938]
      Reports on the political situation in Norway, May 1945, 5 pp. [WN#17940]
      Report on the secret manufacture of sten guns in Oslo, Norway, June 13, 1945, 4
      pp. [WN#17941]
      Reports on evasion of German controls in Norway, with references to
      concentration camp at Mollergaten, June-July 1945, 16 pp. [WN#17942-
      WN#17943, and WN#17946]
      Report of the execution of men claiming to be OSS agents by Spanish military
      authorities in Tangier, Spanish Morocco for operating a clandestine radio for
      espionage purposes, October 2, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#17951]
      Reports relating to developments in Algeria, April-June 1945, ca. 40 pp.
      [WN#17957-WN#17958]

492   List of persons suspected of working for or being in the service of the German
      Intelligence Service (S. S. R. A.), ca. June 1943, 13 pp. [WN#17962]
      Report on the situation in Tonkin, October 11, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#17968]
      Report on 70-day trip from Shanghai to Chunking, May 15, 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#17969]
      Report on Shanghai, including information on terrible conditions in “the
      concentration camps,” May 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17969]
      Report on the OSS (S.I.) organization in Nigeria, August 28, 1942, 11 pp.
      [WN#17970]
      Reports from Lagos, Nigeria, August-December 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17970,
      and WN#17972-WN#17973]
      Report on Swiss who are sympathetic to the Nazis, September 15, 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#17971]
      Lists of Moslems, Jews, and others in Tangier said to be working for the British,
      January 1943, 3 pp. [WN#17988]. The names were included in a report submitted
      by the Spanish police to the Germans.
      Report on personalities in the Belgian Congo, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#18036]
      Report on the two Eritrean movements, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#18039]
      Report on Ethiopian financial stability, October 1944, 19 pp. [WN#18040]
      Report on Portuguese Guinea personalities, n.d., 22 pp. [WN#18045]
      Report on personalities in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, March 21, 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#18048]
      Letter reviewing attempts to establish an OSS organization in Ethiopia,
      September 11, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#18065]
      Letter regarding possible sources of Japanese information in Northern Italy,
      September 22, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#18071]
      Report on Conditions of German Jewish Refugees in Shanghai, China during the
      occupation, torture of one and death of seven, October 29, 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#18102]
      Reports on disposal of Gold and property by Germans in Shanghai, China,
      October-December, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#18103]
      Report on Communist military activities and organization in North China,
      December 17, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#18105]
      Report on Japanese Communists in Shanghai, China, January 28, 1946, 2 pp.
      [WN#18106]
      Report on North China-Communist situation, December 28, 1945, 4 pp.
      [WN#18107]

493   Records relating to the politics, railways, and climate of, and the activities of the
      Germans and Italians in, Angola, 1941-1943, ca. 100 pp. [WN#18110]
      News bulletin from General Headquarters, West Africa, December 24, 1942, 9 pp.
      [WN#18110]
      Report on separatist and subversive organizations in Spain, n.d., 4 pp.
      [WN#18111]
      Memorandum relating to a plan for operations in France, December 22, 1942, 2
      pp. [WN#18111]
      Memorandum relating to procurement of light planes for use out of North Africa,
      December 28, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#18111]
      Letters regarding developments in Leopoldville, Belgian Congo, December 1942,
      10 pp. [WN#18111]
      Information on Yugoslavia, 1941-1942, 12 pp. [WN#18113]
      Report on political and military situation in Germany as seen by a Reich’s
      Official of Diplomatic status in one of the neutral countries, January 1943, 4 pp.
      [WN#18114]
      Report on political situation in France, January 25, 1943, 7 pp. [WN#18114]
      Report on disturbances in Tehran, Iran, January 24, 1943, 2 pp. [WN#18114]
      Memorandum relating to a secret session of the British House of Commons
      regarding the continuance of the Darlan government in North Africa (the Darlan
      Affair) January 7, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#18115]
      Memorandum relating to possible FBI use of immigration lists to find fascist
      agents in the U.S., December 18, 1942, 2 pp. [WN#18116]
      Memorandums relating to the Yugoslavian situation, December 1942, 5 pp.
      [WN#18117]
      Letters regarding developments in Leopoldville, Belgian Congo, December 1942,
      5 pp. [WN#18118]
      Letter and memorandum regarding developments in Luanda, Angola, December
      1942, 8 pp. [WN#18118]
      Reports relating to the Cape Verde Islands, 1941-1942, ca. 30 pp. [WN#18118]
      Report of impressions on Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa, December 1942, 9
      pp. [WN#18119]
      Letter regarding developments in Leopoldville, Belgian Congo, December 30,
      1942, 2 pp. [WN#18119]
      Report, in French, regarding Swiss journalists formerly subsidized by the
      Germans, July 23, 1945, 5 pp. [WN#18165]
      Memorandum regarding Nazi agents, German and White Russian, in Japan in
      Manchuria, August 20, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#18169]
      Information on Paul Dickopf, September 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18171]
      Memorandum relating to American use of former Nazis in German shipping
      activities, September 10, 1945, 1 p. [WN# 18171]
      Biographical information on members of the Freies Deutschland Kommittee,
      September 7, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18171]

494   Report on Hans Wilhelm Eggen, September 26, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18173]
      Statement made by Hans Wilhelm Eggen, September 10, 1945, 1 p. [WN#18173]
      Report on Schellenberg’s interrogation as it related to Eggen, September 12,
      1945, 3 pp. [WN#18173]
      Information on Paul Dickopf, September 10, 1945, 1 p. [WN#18173]
      Summary of C.E. intelligence in Switzerland, October 10, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#18174]
      Report on Wilhelm Hoettl, October 31, 1945, 5 p. [WN#18175]
      Memorandum on Hans Wilhelm Eggen, October 31, 1945, 1 p. [WN#18175]
      Report on work of penetration agents of the 12th Army Group to May 6, 1945;
      these were mostly SD people used by US Army, 3 pp. [WN#18177]
      List of personnel employed at Gestapo HQ, Munich, May 8, 1945, 10 pp.
      [WN#18178]
      First weekly report of the 25th SCI Unit, Brussels, including preliminary notes on
      the organization of the Belgian Intelligence Service, May 22, 1945, 5pp.
      [WN#18178]
      Memorandum relating to the forced transfer of Operation VIOLET from OSS
      control, May 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18178]
      Weekly report of SCI Unit 88, May 15, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#18178]
      Report on the Caucasus and Axis activities with Caucasian political groups, April
      4, 1945, 11 pp. [WN#18182]
      Proposal for US Intelligence activities in Syria and Lebanon, October 1945, 5 pp.
      [WN#18186]
      Proposed plan of operations for X-2 Branch, Cairo, Egypt, January 25, 1944, 16
      pp. [WN#18188]
      Memorandum summarizing outstanding accomplishments of X-2, MECATO,
      March 27, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#18189]
      X-2 basic personnel roster, NETO, as of March 31, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#18190]
      X-2 Cairo branch history report to September 1, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#18194]
      Letter from Bern, Switzerland regarding X-2 work in Bern, December 31, 1944, 4
      pp. [WN#18358]
      Progress reports from Switzerland, ca. August 1945-April 1946, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#18359].
      Report from Bern, Switzerland on enemy collaborationists and spies, February-
      March 1945, 6 pp. [WN#18359]
      Memorandum on Austrian resistance movement, January 8, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#18360]
      Memorandum relating to American nationals in Central Europe, 2 pp.
      [WN#18360]
      Information on Japanese travelers to Switzerland, December 26, 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#18360]
      Reports, in Italian, listing police officials at the Questura in Milan, and naming
      enemy agents in Northern Italy, December 18, 1944, 9 pp. [WN#18360]
      List of German agents in Alsace, December 12, 1944, 3 pp. [WN#18360]
      Report on German and Swiss journalists, December 5, 1944, 11 pp. [WN#18360]
      Records relating to the work of Fred Waller, Vice President of the Vitarama
      Corporation, on projection experiments for the OSS, December 1941-August
      1942, ca. 50 pp. [WN#18369]

495   Istanbul, Turkey cables, April-October 1946, ca. 20 pp. Much of the information
      relates to Eastern Europe. [WN#17858]
      Report relating to developments in Spain, September-October 1945, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#18023-WN#18024]
      Memos regarding insurance intelligence, October 1944, 2 pp. [WN#18028]
      Information on the Grand Mufti and the French, September 6, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#18029]
      Information on Spain and Portugal, including documents from the offices of the
      Japanese Naval Attaché in Lisbon, 1944-1945, ca. 300 pp. [WN#18031, and
      WN#18528-WN#18529]
      Reports on the political situation in Thailand, March 1945, 50 pp. [WN#18120]
      Information on the political situation in Spain, December 1944, ca. 30 pp.
      [WN#18121]

496   Report on popular feeling in Aleppo, Syria and contiguous areas, April 4, 1945, 4
      pp. [WN#18302]
      Lists of symbols used by the OSS station in Bucharest, Rumania, March 1945, 2
      pp. [WN#18303]
      Information on Rumania, 1945-1946, ca. 60 pp. [WN#18305]
      Memo for SAINT Bucharest, December 1, 1944, 5 pp. [WN#18308] References
      to Jewish deportees in Transnistria, extensive massacres, and names of war
      criminals.
      Information, in Japanese, obtained from the offices of the Japanese Naval Attaché
      in Lisbon, March-June 1945, ca. 600 pp. [WN#18313-WN#18318, and
      WN#18530-WN#18531]

497   Memorandum relating to opposition in Lourenco Marques to OSS in connection
      with the security of ships, February 3, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#18326]
      Records relating to copyrights, inventions, and patents, ca. 1943-1945, ca. 300 pp.
      [WN#18368]
      Memorandum on Servicio Vasco da Informacion in Africa, summarizing the
      progress of undertakings with the Basque Government in New York regarding
      establishment of an OSS-controlled Basque intelligence network in Algeria and
      the Moroccos, April 6. 1944, 4 pp. [WN#18613]
      Memorandum on the Air Lines Project, discussing whether Pan American
      Airlines could be used as a source of information and/or a cover for OSS
      employees, April 8, 1944, 2 pp. [WN# 18615]
      Memorandum containing a report on field conditions in the Belgian Congo,
      October 6, 1944, 10 pp. [WN#18633]
      Memorandum on letters of thanks to the Texas Company and Pan American
      World Airways for acting as cover companies, September 27, 1945, 1 p.
      [WN#18635]
      Memorandum critiquing Bern, Switzerland reports on France, Switzerland, and
      Italy, October 9, 1945, 7 pp. [WN#18641]
      Memo regarding HAMPSHIRE/BARTON intercepts, October 15, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#18645]
      Memorandum evaluating reports sent through PP [Pilgrim’s Progress] and other
      reports, October 17, 1945, 12 pp. [WN#18647]

498   Training Handbook [no cover, no date] ca. 200 pp. Contains information on OSS
      organizations, intelligence agencies, intelligence reports and requirements, secret
      service operations, undergrounds, and enemy organizations. [WN#18806-
      WN#18807]
      Memo for SAINT Bucharest concerning an eyewitness account of the deportation
      of Jewish population from Czernowitz (Tumania) between 1941-1943, and names
      of war criminals, December 19, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#18012]
      Memorandum listing the officers and directors of the Post Mercury Company,
      Inc. October 29, 1945, 2 pp.
      Memorandum on awards to British officers, November 1, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#18932]
      Memorandum regarding Fritz Thyssen, December 30, 1941, 1 p. [WN#18940]
      Memorandum on Nazi persecution of Catholics, and anti-Nazi opposition, in
      Austria and Bohemia, November 14, 1944, 1 p. [WN#19110]
      Message from Bari, Italy saying that Raoul Wallenberg would know whether or
      not a particular source would be at the Swedish legation in Budapest, Hungary,
      November 7, 1944, 1 p. [WN#19112]

499   Index cards relating to special activities, 9 cards, [WN#18128]
      Index cards relating to relations between countries, 39 cards, [WN#18154]
      Index cards relating to Spain, 137 cards, [WN#18202]
      Index cards relating to Communism, 9 cards, [WN#18205]
      Index cards relating mainly to Spain, but also to Burma, Finland, Italy, and
      Russia, 138 cards [WN#18206]
      Intercepted diplomatic and other communications, December 1942 – February
      1944, ca. 30 pp. [WN#14195, WN#14197 – WN#14200, WN#16151 –
      WN#16154, and WN#16156]
      Memorandum relating to possible SI work in Sumatra, December 1, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#16155]
      Records relating to Columbia University’s Post-Graduate School of Journalism in
      Chungking, China, ca. March 1944 – February 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#16158]
      Intelligence Report relating to fears in Iraq of a renewed attack by Mulla [sic]
      Mustafa, January 19, 1946, 1 p. [WN#16158]

500   Information on Yugoslavia, 1943, ca. 10 pp., [WN#18213]
      Report on Madagascar operations, ca. January 1943, 16 pp. [WN#18218]
      List of British agents operating on Spanish and Portuguese ships, ca. February 18,
      1943, 4 pp. [WN#18222]
      Report on trip to the Cape Verde Island, including a section on the concentration
      camp at Tarrafal, January 26, 1943, 12 pp. [WN#18224].
      Report on progress of work with Polish Section SOE, November 1 1942-February
      10, 1943, 6 pp. [WN#18228]
      Memorandum on the Polish underground organization, March 15, 1943, 6 pp.
      [WN#18229]
      Memorandum regarding concealment of enemy assets, November 29, 1944, 1 p.
      [WN#18232]
      Memorandum regarding relations with the British, December 23, 1944, 1 p.
      [WN#18233]
      Documentation gained from the offices of the Japanese Military and Naval
      Attaches in Lisbon, 1944-1945, ca. 250 pp. [WN#18238]

501   Documentation gained from the offices of the Japanese Military and Naval
      Attaches in Lisbon, 1944-1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#18238]
      Dispatch listing pro-Axis Spaniards working for Spain, June 21, 1943, 1 p.
      [WN#17428]
      Report on recent developments in German Intelligence Service, May 20, 1943, 2
      pp. [WN#17428]
      Report on German intelligence activities in Finland, May 28, 1943, 5 pp.
      [WN#17428]
      Report on German intelligence activities in Norway, May 1, 1943, 8 pp.
      [WN#17428]
      Report on German intelligence activities in Finland and the Baltic States, June
      1943, 3 pp. [WN#17429]
      Report on the Abwehr in Portugal in 1942, 10 pp. [WN#17429]
      Report on German intelligence organizations in Spanish Morocco, January 4,
      1943, 1 p. [WN#17429]
      Note on the Sicherheitsdienst in Spanish Morocco, May 20, 1943, 1 p.
      [WN#17429]

502   Report on German intelligence activities in Greece, [1941?], ca. 150 pp.
      [WN#17430]
      Report on German intelligence activities in Turkey, April 1944, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#17431]
      Report on Axis intelligence activities in Turkey, January 1939-June 1942, ca. 150
      pp. [WN#17432]
      Report on Italian Intelligence Service, April-May 1943, 5 pp. [WN#17435]
      Report on Axis intelligence activities in the Mid-East, Turkey, the Balkans, and
      Portuguese East Africa, May 1943, 5 pp. [WN#17435]
      Report on Rohner Gehrig & Co. [on the MEW “G” List], July 23, 1943, 2 pp.
      [WN#17436]
      List: New York “Most Secret” Watch List, August 2, 1943, 21 pp. [WN#17437]
      Report on German intelligence activities in Finland and the Baltic States, July
      1943, 6 pp. [WN#17437]
      Biographical sketches of Rumanians in Italy, May 9, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#17438]
      Report on the suppressive and educative efforts of the government and of OZNA
      [Organ Zaštite Naroda (Armije), a Yugoslavian security agency] in Serbia,
      Yugoslavia, May 14, 1946, 7 pp. [WN#17438]
      Report on developments in the OZNA in Milan, Italy, May 1946, 1 p.
      [WN#17438]
      Biographical data on Serb Patriarch Dr. Gavrilo Dozic, May 7, 1946, 2 pp.
      [WN#17438]
      Report on Indian pre-election political plans and expectations, April 22, 1946, 15
      pp. [WN#17439]
      Report on Communist activities in Palestine, September 1, 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#17439]
      Report on Hungarian Government documents and disorganization of Hungarian
      communications, December 1, 1944-February 27, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#17439]
      Report on conflicts within the Yugoslav cabinet, April 18, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#17439]
      Report on the autonomous province of Voivodina, Serbia April 6, 1945, 7 pp.
      [WN#17439]
      Cables from Caserta, Italy relating to the Rumanian situation, September 1944, 7
      pp. [WN#17440]
      Caserta, Italy cables relating to German P.O.W.s, including possible OSS use as
      agents for MO and SI work, November-December 1944, 12 pp. [WN#17442]

503   Memorandum on the use of San Marco Battalion personnel by OSS Marine
      Detachment, November 29, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#18387]
      Report on Plan CHIANTI relating to Hungarian events in Milan, August 16,
      1946, 6 pp. [WN#18388]
      Progress report for Project SYMPHONY, May 2, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#18394]
      Weekly report of SCI operations for the week ending August 8, 1945 by the OSS
      Mission to German, X-2 Branch, 2 pp. [WN#18395]
      Report of visit to SCI field stations, Germany, September 1, 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#18395]
      Semi-Monthly operations report of the SCI Detachment, Bremen, Germany, July
      15, 1945, 1 p. [WN#18398]
      London, England cable May 25, 1946 regarding meeting with Admiral Leahy
      concerning the London SSU Mission, 2 pp. [WN#18405]
      SSU Washington cable to various missions, October 16, 1946, indicating that “it
      is definite policy that we will not use employees of UNRRA, American Red
      Cross, or similar philanthropic organizations in any manner whatsoever for
      intelligence purposes.” [WN#18406]
      SSU Washington cable to London, England Mission, September 19, 1946,
      regarding relations with British MI-5, 2 pp. [WN#18406]
      Information on Turkey, early 1942, ca. 20 pp. [WN#18413]
      Information about the situations in Spain, Norway, Sweden, Hungary,
      Yugoslavia, Poland, France, and other countries, 1940-1942, supplied by various
      sources including Polish Intelligence and Leo Glassman, secretary of the
      American Friends of Polish Jews, ca. 200 pp. [WN#18414-WN#18444]
      Report on Rumanian metallurgical and armament industries, July 23, 1942, 6 pp.
      [WN#18438]
      Report on French IS activity in North Italy, May 10, 1946, 10 pp. [WN#18451]
      Report on conditions in Pointe Noire, French Equatorial Africa, ca. June 1942, 2
      pp. [WN#18953]
      Information from Pierre Rodrigues, reporter for the French language newspaper
      L’Amerique and former cabinet attaché, relating to the de Gaulle Delegation,
      France Forever, the Unite de Free France, and other matters, 1942, ca. 75 pp.
      [WN#18953 (1 of 2)]

504   Information relating to Africa, ca. 1942, ca. 150 pp. [WN#18953 (2 of 2)]
      SICE Weekly Report #4 for the week ending July 29, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#18963]
      London, England cables November 1944-August 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#19212]
      Memorandum requesting an opinion regarding the use of gas, poison, and irritants
      against draft animals in the China Theater, June 23, 1945, 1 p. [WN#19219]
      Memorandum on training operations, MU, Nassau, March 26-May 17, 1944, 4 pp.
      [WN#19248]
      Memorandum on contacts between R&D and the U.S. Navy, March 22, 1945, 8
      pp. [WN#19250]
      Memorandum summarizing weapons and methods for which Research and
      Development were responsible, November 11, 1943, 6 pp. [WN#19254]
      Cable to Caserta, Italy relaying information on the Nazi movement in Hungary for
      possible use in the interrogation of Peter Hain (or Hein), a Hungarian police
      inspector, June 15, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#19417]
      Cable to SAINT Rome for SCI/A Salzburg, with information on German
      Intelligence Service personnel in Austria, Hungary, and other places, July 19,
      1945, 4 pp. [WN#19419]. Includes information on Oberschaarfuhrer Siegfried
      Walch, who was said to have treated all prisoners, including Jews and trade-
      unionists, correctly; and information on Major Kiraly, aide to the Chief of
      Hungary internal security.
      Cable from Calcutta, India describing current events, including a report that
      Norton Jones, Deputy Calcutta Police Commissioner, admitted that he alone
      ordered police to fire on student demonstrations on Thanksgiving Eve, November
      29 [1945?], 3 pp. [WN#19477]
      Report no. 1 of Plan PORTA, a Joint SSU-Italian operation to detect and
      counteract an attempt to reactivate former OSS agents for use by the F.I.S., May
      10, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#15452]

505   Reports from Yugoslavia and Slovenia, December 1945-February 1946, 13 pp.
      [WN#18454]
      Report on Plan PROFESSOR, regarding a Papal audience, May 16, 1946, 2 pp.
      [WN#18455]
      Report on S.I.P., the Political Information Service, of the Communist Party in
      Italy, May 18, 1946, 3 pp. [WN#18458]
      Report on the Tricolors Movement in Italy, May 20, 1946, 4 pp. [WN#18460]
      Memorandum on sources of SCI Unit Z, Trieste, Italy, June 6, 1946, 3 pp.
      [WN#18469]
      Memorandums regarding DUSTY reports, 1945-1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#18473].
      They relate to information gathered from Vatican source.
      Preliminary report on PROFESSOR Plan, March 1, 1946, 5 pp. [WN#18477]
      Cables from Sigex, Kandy, regarding duties in SEA, August 1945, 6 pp.
      [WN#18482]
      Madrid, Spain and Lisbon, Portugal Cables, 1944-1947, ca. 100 pp. [WN#18483]
      Paris, France Cables, February 1945-October 1946, ca. 200 pp. [WN#18484-
      WN#18486]

506   Report on cryptographic material found in Abwehr offices, Lisbon, Portugal, July
      28, 1945, 9 pp. [WN#18253]
      List of Germans to be repatriated from Portugal, August 25, 1945, 16 pp.
      [WN#18257]
      Brochure: Schools and Training, Middle East, OSS; ca. 1944, 73 pp. [WN#18786]
      Syllabus: Area WA, Basic; December 15, 1944, ca. 200 pp. [WN#18787].
      Rome, Italy cable describing the British as convinced that Spanish leader
      Francisco Franco was cooperating with Nazi Germany and had “special
      connections” to the military caste that intended to succeed Hitler, December 15,
      1944, 1 p. [WN#19184]

507   Memorandum reporting that an English soldier, Private Morgan, was cooperating
      with the Germans, and turning Allied POWs over to them in the area below
      Teramo, Italy, ca. June 1944, 1 p. [WN#18578]
      Report on Italians leaving USA for Italy during 1934-1937, made at the request of
      British Liaison, July 12, 1943, 14 pp. [WN#18679]
      Memorandum on the Jewish Agency Plan, March 20, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18695]

508   Memorandum providing additional notes on British intelligence service in
      Turkey, March 29, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18812]
      Memorandum reporting on field conditions in Sweden from an under cover agent
      for the OSS Labor Division, SI, March 30, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#18813]
      Memorandum on the decision not to cooperate further with the Jewish Agency,
      March 30, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18813]
      Memorandum recommending establishment of an OSS Mission in Dakar, French
      West Africa, March 31, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18814]
      Records relating to the past activities of, and future plans for, the Italian Section,
      SI, ca. 1944-1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#18819]
      Records relating to Italian Project no. 1, ca. September 1942, 10 pp. [WN#18820]
      Records relating to Italian Project no. 2, n.d., 5 pp. [WN#18821]
      Records relating to Italian Project no. 3, ca. August-September 1942, 6 pp.
      [WN#18822]
      Records relating to developments in Argentina, ca. 1943, ca. 400 pp.
      [WN#18823]
      AFHQ cable reporting offer of Mr. A. Lany, a member of the Jewish Agency, to
      place 300 Palestinian Jews under the control of SOE operating under the
      headquarters of the Balkan Air Force, July 27, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#18532]
      Caserta, Italy cable reporting allegation that the Russians dropped anthrax on
      Norway from Finland in “the year 37,” June 5, 1945, 1 p. [WN#18532]

509   SSU telephone directory, December 1945, 31 pp. [WN#18537]
      Analysis of VESSEL reports, including lists of sources and cryptonyms, June
      1945, 16 pp. [WN#18538]
      Report of interrogation of Leopold Hirsch, an Austrian Jew forced to work for SS
      intelligence in France, ca. October 1941, 24 pp. [WN#18539]
      Memorandum on recruiting in Surinam, March 15, 1944, 6 pp. [WN#18543]
      Memorandum on leaks to the press on operations conducted by the Africa
      Division, SI, December 1, 1944, 1 p. [WN#18705]
      Report on field conditions in Sweden and Finland, 1943-1945, 18 pp. [18715]
      Safehaven information relating to Portugal, September 13, 1945, 7 pp.
      [WN#18718]
      Memorandum on SI Korean personnel, September 17, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#18720]
      Memorandum on the George Project, September 21, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#18724]
      Safehaven information on credits opened in various Portuguese banks, September
      21, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#18724]
      Safehaven information on credits opened with Banco Lisboa & Acores, Sept. 24,
      1945, 5 pp. [WN#18725]
      Report on the new Spanish Republican government-in-exile, ca. September 25,
      1945, 4 pp.[WN#18726]
      Memorandum regarding SI coverage in Southeast Europe, February 26, 1946, 3
      pp. [WN#18728]
      Records of OSS/SSU Mission to Austria, including mission reports, personnel
      requirements, and budgetary records, 1945-1947, ca. 100 pp. [WN#19051]
      Records relating to OSS work with the Basques of Spain, September-December
      1943, ca. 25 pp. [WN#19057]
      Commentary on the Mexican Ambassador to Lisbon, Portugal, General Francisco
      J. Aguilar, who was seen as possibly useful on Japanese intelligence questions, ca.
      July 1944, 2 pp. [WN#19059]
      Memorandum on a special plan for depriving the Germans of the cooperation of
      French Industry (implementing Special Program #7-MO/ETO), June 30, 1944, 1
      p. [WN#19059]
      Memorandum listing the American firms that aided the work of the Portuguese
      Desk as cover organizations, December 11, 1943, 1 p. [WN#19060]
      Memorandum listing undercover personnel on the Iberian Peninsula, October 19,
      1944, 1 p. [WN#19061]

510   Memorandum recommending establishment of an OSS Mission in Dakar, French
      West Africa, March 31, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17446]
      Vessel Reports March-June 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#17447-WN#17448]
      Survey of OSS liaison activities, January 15, 1945, 13 pp. [WN#17451]
      Memorandum on the continuance of operations in South Africa, January 19, 1945,
      3 pp. [WN#17454]
      Memorandum on a comparative study of intelligence from OSS and non-OSS
      sources, January 19, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#17456]
      Memorandum on the activities of Edmond Ciuntu, former Rumanian Minister to
      the U.S.S.R., during his stay in Japan and his return to Rumania via Moscow,
      January 26, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#17458]
      Caserta, Italy cables, December 1944-February 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17461-
      WN#17470]
      Cables from South East Asia, 1945-1946, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17471-WN#17475]
      Contracts – numerical index, n.d., 12 pp. [WN#18270]

511   Contracts, A-Z, ca. 1942-1945, ca. 800 pp. [WN#18271]

512   Contracts and related records, ca. 1942-1945, ca. 600 pp. [WN#18272-
      WN#18276]
      Memorandum describing the temporary break between the OSS and the Basque
      separatist organization in the fall of 1943, June 13, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#18284]
513   Memorandum on contacts with Russians on the West Coast, November 3, 1944, 1
      p. [WN#18298]
      Report on problems on the West Coast, November 4, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#18299]
      Memorandum on relations with Jewish agencies, March 7, 1945, 2 p.
      [WN#18661]
      Memorandum on the use of the Airedale Organization in Spain, May 9, 1945, 2
      pp. [WN#18665]
      Critique of an X-2 report describing the alleged penetration of the PENNY-
      FARTHING chain in Southern France, May 31, 1945, 3 pp. [WN#18672]
      Report on field conditions by the Chief of the Labor Section, SI, Stockholm,
      Sweden, June 23, 1945, 4 pp. [WN#18730]
      Report on field conditions in Italy by an agent undercover as a member of the
      Fine Arts Commission, December 1944-April 1945, 7 pp. [WN#18731]
      Report on the SI personnel of the SSU mission to China, n.d., ca. 20 pp.
      [WN#18740]
      Report on the organization and SI staff of the SSU mission in Southeast Asia,
      n.d., 9 pp. [WN#18741]
      Plan for Post War Secret Intelligence Operations in the Far East, January 1946, 90
      pp. [WN#18742]
      Report on the New York office of the Director of Strategic Services, December 7,
      1942, 37 pp. [WN#18743]
      Memorandum on intelligence work relative to Italy which is to be carried out
      from Switzerland, April 4, 1945, 1 p. [WN#18496]

514   Memorandum on North China labor leads, April 13, 1945, 1 p. [WN#18840]
      Field report outlining SI operations in Spain, ca. 1943-1944, April 20, 1945, 22
      pp. [WN#18846]
      Berne, Switzerland cables, July 1943-August 1944, ca. 60 pp. [WN#18860-
      WN18863]
       Basque Committee intelligence reports, 1942-1945 [Beginning], ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#18277]

515   Basque Committee intelligence reports, 1942-1945 [Conclusion], ca. 800 pp.
      [WN#18277]

516   Memorandum on the possibility of gathering Far Eastern intelligence in Sweden,
      December 20, 1944, 2 pp. [WN#18377]
      Plan for Post War Secret Intelligence Operations in the Far East (Annexes), ca.
      1946, ca. 60 pp. [WN#18378]
      Plan for Permanent Secret Intelligence Far East, ca. 1946, 101 pp. [WN#18379]
      Spain Projects 1-8, 1942-1943, ca. 50 pp. [WN#18878]
      Kappa Cables, [Beginning] December 1943-April 1944, ca. 200 pp. [WN#18879]

517   Kappa Cables, [Conclusion] December 1943-April 1944, ca. 200 pp.
      [WN#18879]
      Memorandum on the possible occupation of Mozambique and Angola, May 27,
      1943, 11 pp. [WN#18744]. The memorandum was based on a British suggestion
      that the British and Americans join together to produce an incident to justify the
      occupation.
      Report on information on intelligence agencies, South Africa, May 15, 1943, 3
      pp. [WN#18745]
      Report on assignment to Portuguese Guinea, May 1943-January 1944, February
      17, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#18746]
      Reports on field conditions in the Cape Verde Islands, April-May 1945, 9 pp.
      [WN#18747]
      Summary “of what has gone before in the way of OSS doings in South Africa,”
      ca. October 1944, 4 pp. [WN#18750]
      Report of the activities, Chief SI OSS, China [Quentin Roosevelt], September
      1944 – September 1945, November 14, 1945, 54 pp. [WN#18751]
      Report on field conditions, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2, 1942-September 14, 1944,
      22 pp. [WN#18752]
      King Cables, December 1944-August 1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#18755]
      Reports on Hungary, 1941-1942, ca. 30 pp. Includes information on the condition
      of the Jews. [WN#18756]

518   Reports on Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Austria, Belgium, France, Rumania,
      Turkey, Sweden, Norway, Argentina, Brazil, and several other countries, 1941-
      1942, ca. 200 pp. [WN#18757-WN#18766]
      Reports and correspondence to and from Arthur Goldberg from the U.S. west
      coast and overseas, 1943-1944, ca. 200 pp. [WN#18824-WN#18825]. Includes
      ship observer reports.

519   Africa Division SI Reports, 1943-1945, ca. 150 pp. [WN#18828-WN#18834]
      Report on the history of the OSS in Africa, ca. 1942-1945, 14 pp. [WN#19001]
      Special report-Principal Developments in the Africa Section SI, November 1,
      1943-February 1, 1944, ca. 20 pp. [WN#19002]
      List of persons awarded OSS and SHAEF commendation certificates, November
      15, 1946, 9 pp. [WN#19003] The list came from the London station.
      Memorandum on history of the Low Countries Desk, July 23, 1945, 3 pp.
      [WN#19004]
      Memorandum on SI activities in the Netherlands, July 18, 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#19004]
      Memorandum on SI activities in Belgium, July 17, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#19004]
      Report of some activities of the Low Countries SI Desk, April 30, 1943, 1 p.
      [WN#19004]
      Monthly reports of the Low Countries Desk FSRO, January 1945 – October 1946,
      ca. 20 pp. [WN#19004]
      Intelligence reports regarding OSS Missions in the Netherlands and France
      [Melanie records], 1944-1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#19016]
      Kappa Cables, [Beginning] 1944-1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#18880]
520   Kappa Cables, [End] 1944-1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#18880]
      Kappa Cables, 1944-1945, ca. 400 pp. [WN#18881]
      Plan for Post War Secret Intelligence Operations in India-Burma and Southeast
      Asia, ca. January 1946, ca. 100 pp. [WN#18882]

521   London and Paris cables discussing transition from OSS to SSU, October 1945, 4
      pp. [WN#19524]
      Message recounting Palestinian politician Husayn Khalidy’s views on
      developments in Palestine, January 1, 1944, 1 p. [WN#19533]
      Athens, Greece cable suggesting discontinuance of payments to Greek military
      personnel, March 10, 1944, 1 p. [WN#19548]
      Baghdad, Iraq cable characterizing the new cabinet as the “rare selection of the
      master crooks, blackmailers, and senile nonentities of the country,” December 29,
      1943, 1 p. [WN#19554]
      Cables to Thailand, May-June 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#19560]. Includes discussions
      of printing 550 million Baht in the U.S. and refraining from acts of sabotage
      against the Japanese.

522   NICE Weekly Report No. 3, July 24, 1944, 7 pp. References to Hungary,
      Czechoslovakia, and dealing with the head of the Jewish Agency Intelligence
      Service. [WN#18924]
      G-3 (SP OPS) cable explaining areas of OSS v. OWI control, August 22, 1944, 1
      p. [WN#19615]

523   About ten telegrams, April 16-June 5, 1945, dealing with Operation SUNRISE,
      ca. 15 pp. [WN#19322-WN#19325, WN#19327, WN#19329-WN#19333]
      SHAEF Cable September 12, 1944, regarding OWI/OSS relations to British
      Intelligence and SHAEF, 1 p. [WN#19621]
      Cable repeating witness accounts of the murder and torture of American aviators
      parachuting into Hungary by peasants and the Hungarian Gestapo, October, 25,
      1944, 1 p. [WN#19643]

524   Vessel Information, 1945, ca. 200 pp. [WN#19690-WN#19693]

525   Cable summarizing SI documents relating to the Argentine military mission for
      purchases abroad, February 13, 1945, 6 pp. [WN#19718]
      Caserta, Italy cable summarizing the findings of an ACC field trip to Hungary,
      February 17, 1945, 2 pp. [WN#19719]
      Cable dealing with special operations in Central Europe in general, and
      Czechoslovakia in particular, October 12, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#19736]
      Bari, Italy cables, September – October 1944, 30 pp. [WN#19748-WN#19750].
      Includes information on missions and developments in Slovakia.

526   Incoming Bern, Switzerland message, June 5, 1945, 1 p., regarding a decoration
      for Walter [Wally], a SUNRISE operator. [WN#19446]
      Pouch Letters, Lisbon, Portugal, 1943-1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#19062]
      Madrid, Spain chronological file, May-October 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#19063].
      Includes a memorandum on Basque activities in Argentina, and a report on
      existing SI/WES activities in Spain.
      Madrid, Spain chronological file, May-July, 1944, ca. 100 pp. [WN#19064]
      Cables concerning Vessel reports, June1 – July 16, 1945, ca. 30 pp. [WN#19436]

527   Index cards relating to Germany, 15 cards, [WN#19083]
      Index cards relating to Italy, 29 cards, [WN#19198 and WN#19245]
      Index cards relating to Japan, Latvia, Lebanon, and Liberia, 13 cards,
      [WN#19262]
      Index cards relating to Luxemburg and Malaya, 8 cards, [WN#19263]
      Index cards relating to Mozambique, 2 cards, [WN#19286]
      Index cards relating to the Indies, Java, Mozambique, the Near East, the
      Netherlands East Indies, and Norway, 16 cards, [WN#19301]
      Index cards relating to Norway, 4 cards [WN#19302]
      Index cards relating to Portugal, Portuguese Guinea, and Rhodes, 8 cards,
      [WN#19305]
      Index cards relating to Rumania, 11 cards, [WN#19395]
      Index cards relating to Spain, ca. 300 cards, [WN#19401]
      Index cards relating to Uruguay, the Vatican, Venezuela, West Africa, the World,
      and Yugoslavia, 10 cards, [WN#19496]

528   New Delhi, India cables, December 1945 – January 1946, reporting on
      developments in India and Southeast Asia, ca. 20 pp. [WN#19460 – 19462]. The
      January 19, 1946 cable contains information obtained direct from Doctor B. C.
      Roy, Gandhi’s physician.
      Cables with Vessel reports, February – May 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#16249]

529   Cables relating to Greece, ca. 1944 – 1945, ca. 40 pp. [WN#17487 – WN#17491]
      Calcutta, India cables, November 30 – December 7, 1945, 10 pp. [WN#17492]
      Cables for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Beirut, Lebanon; New Delhi, India; and other
      places, ca. December 1943 – September 1945, ca. 20 pp. [WN#17495]
      Paris, France cables, August – December 1945, ca. 50 pp. [WN#18604 –
      WN#18609, and WN#18899]
      Index cards relating to the Union of South Africa, the United Nations, and the
      United States, 19 cards, [WN#18808]
      Index cards relating to Italy, 8 cards, [WN#19222 and WN#19246]
      Index cards relating to Russia, 92 cards, [WN#19397]
      Index cards relating to Tangier and Thailand, 4 cards [WN#19455]
      Index cards relating to US agencies, consulates, embassies, legations, and other
      matters, 33 cards [WN#19491]

530   Index cards relating to Spain, ca. 1944-1946, ca. 500 cards, [WN#19400]

531   Oral Intelligence Branch index cards and negatives on prospects and sources
      interviewed, [WN#22823—beginning]
532   Oral Intelligence Branch index cards and negatives on prospects and sources
      interviewed, [WN#22823—conclusion]
      Final report of OSS Sofia Unit, December 30, 1944, 8 pp. [WN#19763]
      Memorandums on the British policy towards Thailand, April 1945, 2 pp.
      [WN#19767]
      Memorandum on intelligence opportunities in Istanbul, Turkey November 7,
      1944, 5 pp. [WN#19768]
      Records relating to the Red Swastika Mission, which sought to activate Chinese
      resistance groups against the Japanese, May – June 1945, 15 pp. [WN#19771]
      Memorandum relating to the Hammerhead Mission, which aimed to drop an
      intelligence gathering team into Rumania ahead of the advancing Russians,
      August 2, 1944, 4 pp. [WN#19773]
      Minutes of the fourth R & D Committee, August 30, 1943, 4 pp. [WN#19775]
      Lisbon, Portugal cable regarding a chance to get 1,227,500 escudos against a
      $50,000 deposit to the account of Pancada Moraes Co. at the Chase National
      Bank, May 6, 1944 1 p. [WN#19786]
      Lisbon, Portugal cable regarding new plans for SI activities both from and within
      Spain, made possible by the reduced possibility of enemy invasion, July 12, 1943,
      2 pp. [WN#19787]
      Bern, Switzerland cables, August 1942 – October 1943, ca. 30 pp. [WN#19790]
      Prague, Czechoslovakia cables, October – December 1945, ca. 50 pp.
      [WN#19808-WN#19812]

533   Cables regarding Kappa Messages and Boston Series reports, May 1944-May
      1945, ca. 100 pp. [WN#22833]

534   Cables regarding Kappa Messages, May 1944-April 1945, ca. 200 pp.
      [WN#22834]
      Bern, Switzerland Kappa Messages January 1944, ca. 75 pp. [WN#22835]

535   Washington, Special Funds ledgers and related records, ca. 1945 – 1947,
      [WN#03043 – WN#03045]

536   Washington, Special Funds ledgers, ca. 1942 – 1947, [WN#07303 – WN#07305]

537   Washington, Special Funds ledgers, ca. 1944 – 1947, [WN#05726 – WN#05728]

538   Large charts relating to Czech Intelligence and Czech émigré agent C.P. Dickens:
      Dickens Case As Seen By Czech I.S., Notional Life; What The Czech I.S.
      Presumably Does Not Know: Factual Life of Dickens; and Possible Future D/A
      Operations; n.d. [WN#03955]

								
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