Found in 343 Collections and/or Records:
A history of SOE [Special Operations Executive] activities in Greece, 1940-42, 1945
Annotated typescript by [?] Ian Pirie.
"Alfred Ewing and 'Room 40'", 1927, 1979
Royal Society reprint of a lecture given in 1927 by Sir [James] Alfred Ewing [head of the Department of the Admiralty dealing with enemy cipher, 1914–17], with an introduction by [Reginald] R V Jones, Joint Editor, Notes and Records of the Royal Society, on the initiation and development of naval cryptography in the First World War.
Army and Preparation for War, 1911-07 - 1914-07
British Naval Intelligence Papers, mainly of Donald McLachlan and Patrick Beesly.
The collection includes: McLachlan's papers for "Room 39"; Beesly's papers for "Very Special Intelligence" and for "Very Special Admiral"; and papers of Commander Lloyd Hirst, an intelligence officer.
Censorship and Security in Gibraltar and the Western Hemisphere in World War II, 1939 - 1982
Channel 4, 20/20 Vision: M15’s Official Secrets, 1985-02 - 1985-03
Includes: recordings of television interviews with NK and other members of the Shadow Cabinet; recordings of news bulletins featuring NK and Labour; recordings of speeches from Conference; party political broadcasts and election broadcasts; political documentaries; recordings of Prime Minister’s Questions, from the House of Commons.
Colin Wallace, 1986-10 - 1990-01
Copy of an unpublished autobiography, 1945-90
Comprises: Chapter 9, Post-War; Chapter 10, Dalton and Gaitskell; Chapter 11, The Steel Industry Battle; Chapter 12, The Atomic Bomb and Soviet Spies; Chapter 13, Slaugham; Chapter 14, Bevan's Resignation; Chapter 15, Theatre Censorship; Chapter 16, Museum Charges and Clay Cross; Chapter 17, Miscreants; and Chapter 18, The Lords.
Correspondence, 1933-03 - 1956
Correspondence with Margaret Thatcher, 1984-04 - 1984-12
Correspondence with Margaret Thatcher, 1984-09 - 1985-10
Intelligence, British and cryptography, 1980-08
Dr Christopher Andrew's broadcast, 1980, and his paper on the mobilisation of British Intelligence.