** An outstandingly rare WW2 Confidential military intelligence report, every distributed copy with its own unique security number, this being 'Copy No. 7'.
Very few examples of this classified and security-numbered 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 7: Augsburg-Nuremburg Machine Works Diesel Engines; Review ...; The Supercharger Assembly of the MV 40/46 Engine.
BIOS Intelligence Report. Interrogation Report 73. British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee (BIOS). November 1945.
** Information obtained during the interrogation of two German scientists on marine engines, particularly for submarines.
Duplicated typewritten report in English, 10 x 7.5 inches, 25 x 19 cms. 32 pages.
Good in original stapled card wrappers. Printing a touch pale. Protected in a modern clear archival jacket.