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Notable WW2 joint British/US military intelligence reports

British and American Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee (CIOS) military intelligence reports from 1944-45 on German wartime research and technology.

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German Activities in the French Aircraft Industry

January 1945 : Report on the 5-week visit in December 1944 and January 1945 by a large CIOS team to obtain information on all work done for the Germans by the principal French aircraft factories outside the Paris area during the occupation. 25 targets were visited.
£180

Robert Bosch GmbH Stuttgart

1945 : An examination of the production of aircraft engine generators, regulators and related equipment manufactured by Robert Bosch of Stuttgart.
£36

The German Commercial Air Transport Industry and Related Aeronautical Activities and Developments

1945 : The definitive 1945 Allied report on the German air transport industry: airline operations; air traffic control and air safety; airports and airways, airplanes; aircraft accessories; aircraft power plants; communications; navigation; meteorology.
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Robert Bosch and Deckel Co

June 1945 : A major report on various aspects of fuel injection and vehicle electrical equipment, manufacturing and development work conducted at Stuttgart, Munich and elsewhere.
£75

History of General Automotive Development at the Stuttgart Research Institute

August 1945 : Automobile development work carried out by Professor Wunibald Kamm of the Stuttgart Research Institute covering the safety, economy, performance and comfort of passenger cars.
£65

Institut fur Physikalische Forschung Neu Drossenfeld

June 1945 : Report on a demonstration of a television-type homing device for missiles
£95

Caves at Bad Mories [sic = Bas Moriers], near Vaas used for Storage of Peroxide

November 1944 : A fine military intelligence report by CIOS on storage facilities for fuel for jet aircraft and V2 rockets in caves in France.
£48

Heinkel-Hirth TL Gas Turbine Engine

April 1945 : The report by CIOS on experimental engines by Heinkel at Staatliche Salinen, a salt mine at Kochendorf near Friedrichshall.
£55

Radar and Controlled Missiles

August 1944 : WW2 intelligence report on German research and development in the Paris area in radar and guided missiles
£95

Caproni-Campini Aircraft and Allied Developments in Italy.

June 1944 : CIOS report on the original prototype Italian Campini aircraft with a ducted airscrew or fan, and ducted exhaust, a forerunner of true jet propulsion.
£125

Physical & Optical Instrument Targets Paris Area

Aug/Sept 1944 : Information on 17 separate companies visited by Allied intelligence officers in August/September 1944 (shortly after Paris was liberated); details of work or business previously done for the enemy, equipment of interest, and manufacturing facilities.
£240

Institutes of the Bevollmaechtigter fuer Hochfrequenz-Forschung

1945 : The major CIOS report on the German high-frequency electronic research institutes.
£185

The Carl Bosch Laboratory of Berlin

July 1945 : Report on wartime radar and infra-red experimental work carried out at the Carl Bosch laboratory of Berlin.
£65

Photographic Lenses and Optical Instruments [in the Paris area]

December 1944 : Information on about 17 separate companies visited by Allied intelligence officers in December 1944 (shortly after Paris was liberated); details of work or business previously done for the enemy, equipment of interest, and manufacturing facilities.
£180

Design of Turbo Generators built for German Navy

June 1945 : Brown, Boveri & Company, the subject of this report, were the designers and manufacturers of large turbo-generators for capital ships and cruisers such as the Prinz Eugen" and smaller units for destroyers and escort vessels.
£48

IG Central Rubber Organisation at Leverkusen

May 1945 : "The object of the visit was to gain first-hand knowledge of the latest developments in fundamental ... rubber research in Germany. The facilities at the Central Laboratories at Leverkusen are probably unequalled elsewhere in the world."
£65

Disc Valve Engine Junkers Torpedo Engine Model Jumo, KM8

1945 : WW2 military intelligence report by the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee on the Jumo KM8 torpedo engine with rotary disc valves designed by Felix Wankel.
£80

Miscellaneous Aviation Medical Matters

August 1945 : A substantial report on German wartime research, often unethical, into general aviation medical matters and on the patho-physiological aspects of prolonged exposure to cold resulting from aircrew baling out at high altitude or landing in water.
£750

Combination Air-Oil-Cooled Engine Development for 3-ton Opel-Blitz Truck

1945 : As a result of experiences in Africa where water was scarce, the German High Command brought pressure to bear on all engine producers to concentrate on developing air-cooled engines. As a result Opel initiated two semi-oil-air-cooled engine projects.
£48

Personnel Anti-bomb Shelters

April 1945 : A detailed description of two very large bomb shelters (Grossmarkthalle Bunker and Windeckstrasse Bunker) located in Bonn.
£48

Description of Junkers .004 (203) Jet Propulsion Engines

December 1944 : Three separate reports combined into one on the manufacture of Junkers jet engines at the Matford Plant, Strasbourg.
£48

Medical and Pharmaceutical Targets in Northern Germany and Holland

June/July 1945 : A substantial report on the activities at 13 medical sites in Hamburg, Utrecht, Leiden and Amsterdam, and 15 pharmaceutical targets in Hamburg, Lubeck, Hannover, Braunschweig and Oss.
£60

Underground Factories in Central Germany

May/June 1945 : The primary source of detailed information on the organisation of German underground wartime secret industry at 13 locations in Central Germany.
£285

Bayerische Motor Werke (BMW)

May, June 1945 : "The target ... is one of the outstanding German stations for stationary tests on rocket motors. Stations of comparable importance have been only at Peenemunde and Berlin". (Extract from report)
£72

Hermann Goering Steel Works Paul Pleiger Hutte Stahlwerke Braunschweig

May 1945 : Showing the successful attempts by the Germans to produce satisfactory steel in sizable quantity from low grade ores mined locally without the assistance of imported high grade ores.
£48

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