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Letter by Brigadier Mockler-Ferryman on a Certain Operation. Note by the Secretary

1 October 1942

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APPENDIX A ALLIED FORCE HEADQUARTERS Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff G-2 A.P.D.O. 1. 29th October, 1942. Dear General Eisenhower has asked me to write and say how grateful he is for the work that the C.I.U. and A.P.I.S. have done for the Allied Force. He realises that we have made heavy demands on you at short notice; these have always been punctually met at considerable strain to the personnel. The high quality of the photos, mosaics, photo maps and models have greatly helped our planning, and will be no mean contribution to any success which the operation may achieve.

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second world war military intelligence special operations intelligence gathering dwight eisenhower joint intelligence sub-committee chiefs of staff victor cavendish-bentinck francis inglis operations planning thomas haddon

Collection ID
CAB81
Conflict
Second World War
Document Reference
CAB 81/111/27
Document Types
Correspondence
File Reference
CAB 81/111
Identifier
10.1080/swwf.cab81.0111.027
Keywords
Special Operations
Operations Planning
Intelligence Gathering
Languages
English
Organizations
Chiefs of Staff
Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee
Pages
4
Persons Discussed
Victor Cavendish-Bentinck
Dwight Eisenhower
Thomas Haddon
Francis Inglis
Themes
Military Intelligence