Found in 343 Collections and/or Records:
(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), 17 Sep 1941
Telegram from WSC to Prime Minister of Canada [Mackenzie King] on German attacks on Atlantic convoys and security measures to prevent sabotage and protect crew. [1st page only].
(Untitled), 25 Sep 1941
Telegram from WSC to 1st Lord Beaverbrook [Minister of Supply, British Supply Mission to the Soviet Union, earlier Max Aitken] on secrecy: "I am sure you realise that no-one in Russia ... must know about our special sources of information".
(Untitled), 29 Sep 1941
Telegram from 1st Lord Beaverbrook [Minister of Supply, British Supply Mission to the Soviet Union, earlier Max Aitken] to WSC promising not to reveal secrets; hopeful of reaching agreement; sailing under two flags "a vast success".
(Untitled), 23 Nov 1941
Telegrams from WSC to Major-General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander-in-Chief, Middle East] sharing confidence in outcome of battle; message of encouragement for troops; warning about letting secret information fall into enemy hands.
(Untitled), 25 Feb 1942
(Untitled), 08 Feb 1942-09 Feb 1942
Letter from WSC to "C" [Major-General Sir Stewart Menzies, Head of the Secret Intelligence Service, MI6] on memorandum [CHAR 20/52/17-18]; notes that the United States has British cipher machines.
(Untitled), 25 Jul 1942
Letter from WSC to 3rd Lord Selborne [Minister of Economic Warfare, earlier Lord Wolmer] thanking him for the Quarterly Progress Report of SOE [Special Operations Executive] activities.
(Untitled), 23 Nov 1942
Letter from WSC to 3rd Lord Selborne [Minister of Economic Warfare, earlier Lord Wolmer] on reprisals against SOE [Special Operations Executive] to be discussed with the Foreign Secretary [Anthony Eden, later 1st Lord Avon].
(Untitled), 15 Apr 1945
(Untitled), 30 Oct 1930
Letter from Stuart Atherley (London General Press, 6 Bouverie Street, London) to WSC enclosing a photograph of a document once belonging to Captain Sidney Reilly of the British Intelligence Service [not present] and asking for advice on whether it should appear in Reilly's published memoirs.
(Untitled), 03 Nov 1930
(Untitled), 04 Nov 1930
Letter from Desmond Morton (3 Beaufort Gardens [London]) to WSC [discussing the publication of Captain Sidney Reilly's memoirs]. He reports that the London General Press is a "hole and corner establishment" and that "no one reputable" has heard of Stuart Atherley; recommends that WSC should write to Stuart Atherley to see a copy of the manuscript; and expresses concern at the possibility that Atherley may posses secret information. Signed typescript with manuscript additions.
(Untitled), 05 Nov 1930
Letter to [Stuart Atherley] indicating WSC's willingness to see a copy of the manuscript [of Captain Sidney Reilly's memoirs]. Carbon typescript copy.
W F Clarke's papers on Jutland, 1916-08 - 1981-08
Includes: schedule of decyphers held by Room 40 OB, Admiralty; Patrick Beesly's papers on cryptographic intelligence, German and British, 1981.