Found in 254 Collections and/or Records:
(Untitled), [May 1941]
Text of most secret cipher telegram from unidentified sender to unidentified recipient advising the latter that arrangements will be made to meet any wish he may express to be relieved of his command if he finds himself "unwilling to give effect to it". The distribution list indicates that copies were restricted to WSC and the Chief of the Imperial General Staff [General Sir Alan Brooke].
(Untitled), 15 Jun 1941
Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt: hopes for publicity for United States marines "taking over that cold place" [?Iceland]; refers to Vichy resistance in Syria; comments on effect of operations "Tiger" and "Jaguar" [codenames for operations to supply reinforcements to Middle East]; comments on imminent German onslaught on Soviet Union [information learned from Enigma decrypts].
(Untitled), 18 Jun 1941
Telegram from WSC to General Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa]: comments on how defeat at Agedabia almost destroyed General Sir Archibald Wavell's [Commander-in-Chief, Middle East] tank force, and details measures that were taken to reinforce Wavell; comments on battle in desert; refers to intelligence regarding the German advance on the Soviet Union.
(Untitled), 09 Jul 1941
Telegram from WSC to Oliver Lyttelton [later Lord Chandos, Minister of State in the Middle East] on liaison with Vichy France over Syria. He recites text of message of 5 Jul from Vichy agent, and proposed text of British reply.
(Untitled), 01 Aug 1940
(Untitled), 08 Aug 1940
"Weekly Intelligence Commentary no. 51" from the War Office General Staff. Covers 1 to 8 August 1940 and divided into sections on: 1. Germany (distribution of German divisions); 2. Italy and Italian possessions; 3. Balkan States and Turkey: a) Romania; b) Turkey; 4. Finland; 5. Far East.
(Untitled), 15 Aug 1940
(Untitled), 22 Aug 1940
(Untitled), 29 Aug 1940
"Weekly Intelligence Commentary no. 54" from the War Office General Staff. Covers 22 to 29 August 1940 and divided into sections on: 1. Germany: a) German intentions; b) 18 mm Infantry Mortar; c) distribution of German divisions. 2. Italy and Italian possessions; 3. Balkan States: a) Romania; b) Hungary; c) Greece.
(Untitled), 05 Sep 1940
(Untitled), 12 Sep 1940
(Untitled), 19 Sep 1940
(Untitled), 26 Sep 1940
(Untitled), 10 Sep 1941
Letter from WSC to the Prime Minister of Norway [Johan Nygaardsvold] asking him to reconsider a decision to withdraw Captain Rocher-Lund from Stockholm [Sweden] since he is very useful to the British Intelligence Services.
(Untitled), [Nov] 
Copy of first page of a letter from WSC to Maurice [?Hankey] reporting on an interview with [Sir Stewart] Menzies [Head of the Secret Intelligence Service, MI6] and discussing an enquiry into the Secret Service. Unsigned carbon.
(Untitled), 19 Nov 1939
Letter from WSC to Sir Alexander Cadogan [Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs] on replacing Sir Hugh Sinclair as Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service with Captain [Gerald] Muirhead-Gould RN; also the need to improve Admiralty intelligence services, with note to Private Secretary on distribution. [carbon and draft].
(Untitled), 09 Nov 1939
Letter from Sir Alexander Cadogan [Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs] to Sir Archibald Carter [Permanent Secretary of Admiralty] asking for nominations from WSC and [Admiral of the Fleet Sir] Dudley Pound [1st Sea Lord] for Admiral [Sir Hugh] Sinclair's replacement as Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service.
(Untitled), 21 Nov 1939
Letter from [1st] Lord Vansittart [Chief Diplomatic Adviser to Foreign Secretary] to WSC, enclosing copy of letter to Sir Kingsley Wood, Secretary of State for Air, containing information from a private source on German air and naval capabilities; with letter of thanks from WSC to Vansittart.
(Untitled), 01 Nov 1939 - 30 Nov 1939
(Untitled), 10 Oct 1940
Letter from J M B Butt [War Cabinet Office] to John Peck [Assistant Private Secretary to WSC] on inventions sent to WSC by an E Yeoman Robinson; refers to letter [carbon enclosed] from F A Lindemann [later 1st Lord Cherwell] to Brigadier [?] Arthur Harker of MI5 asking him to look into Robinson's activities as "he describes in considerable detail methods of the highest secrecy which have been used or are about to be used".
(Untitled), 23 Oct 1940
(Untitled), 22 Nov 1931
Memorandum by the [? Indian Police] sent to Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Special Branch, Metropolitan Police, on the Ghadr Indian revolutionary party, active in California, which had threatened to kill WSC during his lecture tour of the United States. [Typescript].
(Untitled), 19 Dec 1914
Telegram from Commander-in-Chief, Home Fleets [Vice-Admiral Sir John Jellicoe], to Admiralty, on his suspicions of a German base in either the Hebrides or Skye [Inverness-shire, Scotland]: Jellicoe requests a thorough search, reporting that he had given orders that no telegrams detailing movements of ships be accepted.
(Untitled), 06 Sep 1914
Telegram from British Naval Attache (Petrograd), to Admiralty, reporting that the Russian Admiralty had acquired several German signal books and cyphers: he suggests that a British cruiser or destroyer be sent to Russia to collect copies; includes Admiralty responses. [Carbon].
(Untitled), 04 Dec 1914
Telegram from Captain MacIlwaine, fitting out ships at Harland and Wolff, Belfast [Northern Ireland] to Admiralty, reporting that Sir Otto Jaffe, a prominent German Jew, was a suspected spy. MacIlwaine alleges that Jaffe had made an exhaustive report to the German Government on Belfast, and that he had been seen spying on ships fitting out "from an unusual place of observation". [Carbon].