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WW2 British intelligence reports you'll rarely see and shouldn't miss

Seldom found British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee (BIOS) military intelligence reports from 1945-46 on German wartime research and technology.

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Report on Nestler's Automatic Logarithmic Dividing Machine and Other Targets
1946 : An important report with large emphasis on Nestler's automatic dividing machine used in the production of high-quality engineering slide-rules but with additional information on other advanced engineering tools.
£145

H. Walter Kommanditgesellschaft, Kiel (materials for bi-fuel rockets)
1945/46 : Intelligence report by BIOS on work at the forefront of research into solving handling difficulties when using T-Stoff, the primary liquid fuel for rockets.
£42

German Kurskoppler: Model 3040-B, Model 3040-G
July 1945 : A report on the Kurskoppler, an automatic dead reckoning navigational aid designed by the Germans for use in aircraft, 2-man submarines and small boats - a very early development in navigational computing.
£110

Fuel Injection without Injection Pump
December 1945 : 1945 intelligence report on the development of fuel injection for high-speed diesel engines, notably by Dr. L'Orange and Hirth Motoren GmbH.
£48

Aircraft Vibration and Flutter Research in Germany
October 1945 : A review (by the US Naval Technical Mission in Europe, distributed by BIOS) of developments on aircraft vibration and flutter research by some of the most important aircraft design groups and research centres in Germany
£225

Fundamental Work on Combustion in Germany
1946 : A substantial report devoted to the physics and chemistry of oxidation and flames; combustion in spark ignition engines; combustion in diesel engines.
£48

Benson Boilers in Germany for Naval and Mercantile Marine Use
1945 : By 1945, 109 Benson boilers and a large number of marine boilers with steam outputs of up to 160 t/h had been produced for the German navy and merchant marine.
£42

German Mountain Engineer Equipment
June 1946 : The major 1946 composite report by the Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency, Washington D.C., on the German wartime specialist engineering equipment (bridges, cable-cars, tramways and the like) used in mountainous and similarly rough terrain.
£72

Developments during the War in Automotive Ignition Particularly by the Firm of Robert Bosch, G.m.b.H. Stuttgart
March 1947 : A report by the Technical Industrial Intelligence Division of the U.S. Department of Commerce examining German development during the war years in the automotive and aeronautical ignition field.
£36

Data on the German X-Ray Industry
Sept-Nov 1945 : A report of visits to six x-ray manufacturing companies, 5 hospitals and 11 other targets in Berlin and elsehwere in September to November 1945.
£48

German Design & Production of Optical Measuring Instruments
1945 : An investigation of the design and production methods employed in the manufacture of German optical instruments, as well as the development made in recent years.
£25

Passenger Car and Truck Chassis
December, 1945. : A report by the US Field Information Agency Technical FIAT, issued in Britain by BIOS, on German development in different aspects of automobile design and engineering.
£38

Engine Generator Sets Standardised by the Army and Air Force
July 1945 : A report on an investigation to survey the engine-generator practice of the German army and to determine desirable features which might be incorporated into American practice.
£25

Manufacture and Design of Propellers in Germany
October 1945 : A major report on the wartime design and production of marine propellers in Germany.
£60

German 200 cm. Searchlight Model 43.
September 1945 : A detailed report on the German 200 cm searchlight, Model 43, and associated equipment.
£42

German Air Foam Fire Fighting Equipment
October 1945 : A major 244 page extensively illustrated report on German wartime and immediate post-war air foam fire fighting equipment.
£48

The Ott Differential Analyser
1946 : A report by British Intelligence officers on an advanced differential analyzer under development and construction by the German firm of A. Ott of Kempten, Bavaria.
£125

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