** An outstandingly rare WW2 Confidential military intelligence interrogation report, every distributed copy with its own unique security number, this being 'Copy No. 50'.
Very few examples of this security-numbered interrogation report have survived. Because of the report's extreme rarity, few collectors know these documents exist; only a tiny handful actually owns one.
WW2 CONFIDENTIAL report Copy No 50 Present Status of Manufacturing Methods for Wa-Ko (Great Circle) Ribbon Parachute Canopies
BIOS Intelligence Report. Interrogation report 98. British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee (BIOS). January 1946.
** A report by Dr. F. Weinig on the manufacturing technique of Wa-Ko parachute ribbon canopies.
Duplicated typewritten report in English, 10 x 7.5 inches, 25 x 19 cms, 6 pages including 3 of sketches.
Very good in original stapled card wrappers. Protected in a modern clear archival jacket.
Friedrich S. Weinig, one of the German scientists who went to the USA under operation Paperclip, was working in the Foreign Exploitation Section of Air Documents Division, Intelligence T-2, Wright's Field.