Found in 342 Collections and/or Records:
Official: War Cabinet: Weekly Intelligence Reports: Eastern., 04 Oct 1917 - 27 Dec 1917
Includes printed summaries of affairs in various countries including Russia, Egypt and Armenia with notes by William Ormsby-Gore [later 4th Lord Harlech, Assistant Secretary to the War Cabinet].Subjects covered include: the arrest of Bolo Pasha; British diplomacy in Turkey; unrest in Russia; the blockade of the Red Sea and Zionism.
Official: War Cabinet: Weekly Intelligence Reports: Western and General., 18 Jul 1917 - 26 Sep 1917
Includes printed summaries of affairs throughout the British empire and Africa and other parts of the world with notes by Leo Amery [Secretary of State for the Colonies and for the Dominions].Subjects covered include: financial negotiations with the United States; opinions among Labour movements in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa of conscription and war; peace discussions with Germany; shipping; and inter-imperial exchange.
Official: War Cabinet: Weekly Intelligence Reports: Western and General., 03 Oct 1917 - 27 Dec 1917
Includes printed summaries of affairs throughout the British empire and Africa and other parts of the world with notes by Leo Amery [Secretary of State for the Colonies and for the Dominions].Subjects covered include: shipping; peace discussions; Germany's attitude towards a post-war trade war; the Allied war conference; enemy agents in Italy; and affairs in Germany.
Papers on naval subjects, 1915
Subjects include: the Dardanelles Campaign; completing orders with private shipbuilders; the possibility of the war ending in a naval stalemate; keeping clear of the Heligoland Bight; naval intelligence on German shipping, submarine construction, zeppelin movements and a planned raid for 7 May; Fisher's resignation as 1st Sea Lord.
Papers relating to German ship building in the run up to the First World War, 1909-01 - 1911-08
Papers relating to German ship building in the run up to the First World War, 1910-07 - 1910-08
Papers relating to Lewin's books on 'Ultra' and 'Magic', 1924 - 1983
Includes notes from interviews, correspondence, copies of a number of 'Ultra' signals and reviews.
Papers relating to the history of the Battle of Jutland, and decyphered German signals, 1916 - 1955
Includes letters from W.F. [William Francis] Clarke (Member of "Room 40" - First World War Naval Intelligence code-breaking unit) to Dryer, 1955; and schedules of decyphers produced by Room 40 OB on 31 May 1916.
Peter Wright, 1986-11
Rough notes and text of a statement to Parliament by NK on the ‘Spycatcher’ case [the Government’s attempt to ban memoirs written by Peter Wright, a former MI5 officer].