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Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 MtPORT To 01100TRAL 1501MVANri T4 *irr rrrrMA or Vrte, DOCIIIMT t mirtu, r rrornam rtt Yrs rIcr rittm rtRali r,J na P101/ 0 19 , -rtTfr inrr HST tr JAwriArre ic44 , 1 ormAL Preliminary discussion* on t* p' mald objeetives Dr the DosumeiNt 1ntellt4mmoo Viii0A took place commencing OctrIbor I. 1943, and an the 7th or Octelbero 1443. oral Donovan approved the momoran4qm onb- mitted trit Colonel Brooker, date4 the 21141 Pa. October, 1943. It. Comdr. H. S. Morgan feam nanknated legtfl of both the Censormhip Division and the Document Intelligenoe Division. i.e orilm. bined Department being called the C. D. AVI,V,M7X t ? I Branch and responsible to General Magruder On October 12, 1943, two memorsAda were produced with the object or orrtolacily AP" 1 lutd, ' 4 alerting the Branches and Missions of the OSS concerning the establishment or the. Document intelligence Division, and giving an outline of the scope and activities of this Section after approval by General Donovan and General Magruder. The publication of the above memoranda was followed up by a series of explanatory talk* to Desk Heads and Departmental Heads, both in Washington and in the New York Offio. In order to insure that all forms or intent genoe requested by the Document Intelllasmco Division should be readily forthcoming fran these sources, and also that the require- ments of the various sources in question could be foreseen and to the maximum caps.* ity fulfilled. The Division of labor and authority as be- tween the C. Do Branch and R and D on all matters concerning camouflage reproduction was established in a memorandum of the llth of December, 1943. STAFF The staff of the Document Intelligence Divi- sion now consists of: Chief Translator and Librarian Camouflage Expert Secretary and Stenographers (2) Warrant Officer 44$40M APPEND:r. I 4 .1/4 , ,r44400414!14,???????????*--r- , "'?,???????.0.,!-,Ifeclolfaintorsakr.onik.,.t ;1374, . ? -r .Z4f ,LA Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Met I t- I I , ?A 4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 ommimm The staff ti oehnotate One Reprementattve One Secretary As will be seen tn Appendix 2, tiho pr4a4AM plans sail for the appolntment of addlilttlewl personnel both Civilian and miltlt.a.o.y tor Washington and for the ?telt/. 3 OFFICES The main ?Moe of the C. D. arginch ta edited in the Central t1tru In iatrt?ri, ROOM' 100 through 103. 1 A subsidiary office la matntatned tn Mew Torok in Room 3181 with a Representative and a Secretary dolng the liaison with the gew 'Cork Mission and with the U.3. Government Survey of Foreign Experts. 4 ORGANIZATION The Document IntelligencG Diviston is at present organized on a basis of 6 Sections: 1. Editorial: so-called because It deals with all information concerning identity, travel, residence, forced labor, surriow, forbidden and evacuated areas, currency, postal censorship and radio, etc. 2. Camouflage: so-called because it deals with all matters concerning the concealment of small items on the person, in luggage, or other forms of containers. 3. Clothing: so-called because tt collects used clothing outfits of foreign origin and channels them to theaters overseas. 4. New York liaison Section. 5. Representatives with Field Missions. 5 INFORMATION A large number of information channels have been established with various agencies and also with all the Branches of the OSS. A full list of these sources is shown in the attached Appendix. One of the most valuable of those sources has proved to be the U.S. Government Survey APPENDIX $ pro-7-. -- ""7??7----..P.pw_gallati glwanortlitaszWARil 1 ;- ....to ,- 110. ?1., , ' I *-1 i 1 A.- -1.,../q'. ,,Ir.., .44, . 4 . , , L 1 Declassified and and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 4,4 z.-151 A. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 or rcretign NAportsi in p, ettlimls *IL Oh* Wpoolal Interrogation Rerlvts ***Otatling from retugeem rso4nPp17 *rotved trots 04eopaiA Countries. On the am e./r X411%1411174 1744* Lieut. Colonel Orooker gave * talk thei Spootal tnterrogators or hho Sutrelwy of Per- oign Kxperts on tho wrritetrolgation. or gees* and suppliod them with a pao4P especially written Cor their tiA4 ott th1a subjeet. This paper als* wribodtmi *II the questtone appegring tn AppwndtA 3. Tho groat value of tho intormatIon rs*etv*4 from this source oannnt be too ht4117 wmpvta at sed. A filing Aystoym 11414 bean Lnauguramod tft th* Washington Off loo fully oross-reflreeed, both on the baste or dountrie* and slatblaohe* The subjects tn this oonneotion are. Col* example, identity, travel, restdenoe, Corood labor, ourfew, forbidden and evaolitated areas, currenoyi postal ownsorshIpo ovisataltoiittono eta. The fullest possible colleattan of otccelots has been made and these have been rti*d and cross-referenced so that at all times and at a maximum degree it will he possi$le to furnish any cachet to the Desks on request. Summaries of the up-to-date information ema- nating from these files will be forwarded to the Missions and to the interested Branohes of the OSS in the Forms or Bullet tris dasortbed in a later paragraph. 6 CLOTHING Through various sources and with the valua- ble cooperation of the New York Office, large quantities of Foreign Clothing, Ace's glories, Brief Cases, and Suit Cases have been obtained. A warehouse has been established in Washington where all the above articles are processed, sorted, and dispatched to the Field, as requested. An idea of the quantity of clothing, etc., which has been collected to date can be seen from the attached Appendix. Details of the amount of clothing forwarded to the Field may be also seen from the in- closed Appendix. 1, .r.tamismarr, .-TItticalsosparwringowsw , ....v.P 1: ,!II r ? r APPENDIX NiliFEMOVIIVWXUrwm**.*****.qiiiikr46,,,m, nne-Imccifipri nd Aooroved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 OPriarr.*****Arewrala.r.-...t... , . i ;??. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 rrom all avellable Alemeome * emnetd * LA number of ortginet forelo peper140 lotohm4s and stampe have been oolleotol *nd i1*ego oross-refwrenced libretti hag heel% naluso. rated in addition to the itbrery 1440141* and rubber stamps. An Appendix is tnolosed which *Plows Th4WWI.. box, of !foreign Doeument.s collected in this. connection by conntries and by subj4c44. This list does net include which have been reproduced Reproduction Department of requests Details of those in a separate Appendix. thoee documente b7 the Technical R and D *t our/ ere to be found Neither does this list include details of the documents Which are at the present moment in the process or being reproduced and which also form the /subject or a sop114... rate Appendix. 8 CAMOUFLAGE Large quantities of foreign articles which would be suitable for camouflage purposes have been collected and are stored in the same warehouse in Washington AS the Cloth- ing. These articles number approximately 1200, are all "Bona Fide" articles or foreign manufacture and cover a vast range of items from toothpaste tubes to medicine bottles, electric torches, etc. In addi- tion to the above, on request, we have re- ceived from SOE London 4 cases of examples of camouflage materials being produced in the United Kingdom. A list or these arti- cles is inoloaed. A workshop is being established in the warehouse in Washington where alterations and production of camouflage material will take place. It will be operated jointly by the Document Intelligence Division Camouflage Expert and by the Reproduction Expert of the Research and Development Branch. In addition to the above a room will shortly be available where Branch Heads and various Representatives may have available for their inspection, all the various types of camou- flage and concealment items which will be available. Already a number of concealment items have been produced and adapted covering such ? t.1 - 4414701ShcirtItadvIt.12a4?11tosi...--- - I '4 it! 3 't? 4r. AwVT4D 4 7 A TTMOTX 4 AP71.43DTX Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Wt ;iC Iv) Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 tbAme An hrter 44I 4.1TF.104444, 14044i104 00110010+ LtikthhrAt P*110114. 11..A4A4 doublm tw)F,hpamk4 ?*,4 aleittt,vrva itMmA orATr rrirtti1h1,111. Tho Att4nhAd At 744 i4tA"t4 lr artiol?;,n whtrOl thAtra 141$1,1 rgq11041//t1014.4 by thn gnr)grAPhtn dA4kA gittl orhtlh mem the courae of prneltse.T--)n 9 UULLETIUn The Bulletins whioh havc been4 or wTik be produced by thA DociumAnt rntmIligono4 Division for dm1ivAr7 ho IT-ttno'c.194 And to the Field fall Into 4 ogte4torliss! 1. Teohnical processes ror use In Field or by Operattonal Brqn,LIhns: A. Each of these Bullettns wIll boo companied by a complete ktt enabitne, tc.44 person to handle the operation oltspLetety wtthout having to obtain any addIttonAl supplies of any kind. 2. Specific documents which nave been reproduced in Washington with coviplote detaila as to origin, uses, methods of completing, together with the necessary stamps or cachets and exact size photo- stats illustrating the ortgtnal as completed. A. Each of these Bullot!ns will be ac- companied by the required number of blank documents. 3. Complete description on each new typo of camouflage material or concealment material made available, giving full de- tails on how to use, and how to reorder. A supply of samples for actual use will go with the Bulletins. 4. Bulletins containing current up-to- date information on countries where we are operating, produced approximately under the headings listed in Appendix 3. The attached Appendix will &ive an idea of: A. The Bulletins which have been already issued to the Branches, B. The Bulletins which are in the course of preparation, and finally, C. The Bulletins which it is proposed to publish in the immediate future. It will be noticed that Bulletins #1 and #a which ? itAKM.R15,11440.1"??-''' ? 1' t " tki Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 ' I. 'irr; tri 4' ? 4dOtt.t- _ -OA 44.31 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 have elreedy beer; Aole) tt) Mos V1414 IttAl,.44 oompLote klh #14h levoe7okieN; nerteeeee7 :Or Worrying mIt or *414! eyv4piltrAirt 44040f$004 In the Pullehtn. Bulletin 01 is oonsider,o4 .A4 r? h porttnoe AA it enables A permon frith tNoo, maximum of simpliethy AM atot4mu4 equipment to reproduom tnivrei4ton4 of rubber stamps. Night or th,01144 kilo) ki441.6 a1reed7 been dispetoned to Pleld 7.41SArtot14 and a request has altmAdy be teoet**4 :pmm Alglerm for a rurther in or tat*se whtmal they wish to dispetah V7 eoW,;atnets into France. No met arrangement or fititribnhtom rnr the distribution of Bulletins hest been arranged, stnoe the distribution will very in accordance with the type or Dullettn. All Bulletins will be numbermd and each takov7 of anyone Bulletin will also be numbmred and treated as a Seoret Doovment tn strict accordano,7 with the rules laid down for thls classif,sation of document. ri :to foe, rept .1110?44 fi '4f 1,6 A fki44, 10 TRAINING AND DISPATCHING OF OTTERSEAS FRS3V31'A1A In order to insure in the first pl*co that all senior members of the Document rntellt- game Division were "au courant" with the exact time, methods, and objectives of the Document intelligenoe Division, and further to insure that overseas representattves would receive rdequate and detailed train- ing, a special week-end course was conducted at the Farm over the week-e&id of the 7t2... 9th of January, 1944. Alllectures being given by Lt. Colonel R. M. Brooker. This course was attended by all the senior mem- bers of the Document Intelligence Division, including Lt. Comdr. Morgan, Chief of the C. D. Branch, and also the notshing In- structors from areas A and E, and fran the Farm. The First Field Representative who has now arrived to take up his duties in Algiers was also present. Subsequent to the above course, conttau!ng attempts have been made to recruit people as Field representatives of the Documant Intelligence Division. About a dozen people have been interviewed, and are in the process of being selected or weeded out. A/1 the preliminary interviews have taken place in New York. Lt. Colonel Reddick and Major Watts Hill will shortly be visiting various field tax=rmireitgwilIaNkip*MEGI 91 r ogt 4".4"2411441kAS441P.61rIall.i3M1.-'04,4,?-f? stf .?-? . L ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 47' L.; Pt Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Missions and every opportu *141 bw 0404n by them on the n14411 hAtid to elp igitA th, Mote detoll this siervises oind *ork or 4ho Deoustent Intelligence Divistan, and also to sit requirements elf the Yissions So Mott th4 speedtest and greatest servine posslblee mai at a11 times be roindered bj the DitomMimt tnte1 ligenoe Divistond 11 THE OPMATIOUAL POLICY The operational poltay which has been *ted from the beginning has bf$4?11 that 4verythtrig possible under the lecope of the Dowritiornr, rAt ligence Division should be handled IA Plold Missions on the spot. The Washington Offt04 ts a base where all forms of Intelltgense not directly accessible to the ?told Atte sollooted and disseminated in order to supplement the Intelligence already available In the Misst,)ns. In the IMMO Way any operattons whioh Iar$9917 for technical reasons it is not possible to per- form in the Field will be carried out in Washington. 12 MISCELLANEOUS Lt. Colonel Brooker has assisted and advised in the inception and operation of the above activities. He has also from the beennInz run the New York Office, spending half his time in Washington and half in tfew York. In addition to these activities he has de- livered lectures on request to the whole of the Washington SI Branch (3 lectures), the X-2 Branch, New York Office Staff, and the Survey of Foreign Experts. OA- iigget0Figi4i4 reA L. nAciassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Please be advised that Owelora1 Dolloviut ham approved your memorandum rIr Ootaborr 2, 1943, setting forth in General ,4, plans for a projeot tit/Pounded b7 him with you in Algiers, For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 1 To Prom Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Ammomm Rrtgadisv awne '70ellnhey Wilit4m I Delino-1140 Litiutoenent Co1one1 A Pr Preokor If MEM The following la 4 memorendum 44 10041u440:Ard Buxton setting forth in gene-T.41 the ploins (nr tho plvT),t,^11: discussed between Gener41 Donovan And ,Iolniolel Rrnelicpr in Algiers and to be set up in tho thlited ltokk.es tn elnnInno-. tion with Lieutenant Cemmander Uorgan4 II. INTEIITION It is intended to set up now seottcms in oAses wtwrei none have already been e1tab1ish44d And to coordineto the activities of sections which have siread7 bt4on 4stA4ltshod to cover the following subjects: - A. To correlate, pool and disseminate ail InfTrmutton from OSS and outside sources Including othor government agencies concerning conditions in all colIntries in which OSS agents are being or may be omployed, this covers enemy territory, enemy ocoupted territory or neutral territory. This information will cover * largo field and include specialized information necessary to the production of all forms of papers and, docamentation. A broad outline of the types of Information to be cov- ered can be gathered from the following headings: 1. Information concerning all Identity papers In,- eluding ration cards, eta. 2. All information concerning travel restrictions and zoning in force within a country. 3. All information concerning the various controls of action imposed upon the country (e.g. owner- ship of firearms, radio transmitters, pigeons, purchase of chemicals, etc.) 4. All controls of communications. 5. Controls of publications of all types. B. To provide suffioient information for the production of papers and also to collect specimen papers and labels, etc., to be submitted to R&D for reproduction. C. To collect and forward to the field all types of for- eign clothing and accessories necessary for an agent proceeding to the field. D. To develop all necessary forma of camouflage of any products including radio equipment being sent to the field. This covers explosives, arms, food, cigarettes, devices, secret messages, (and may include eventually the development of secret ink). This task will ent&il the widespread collection of information concerning 123?: Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 ri! A 011 Declassified and Ap roved For Release 2013/09/20 CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 10 to WJD - foreign labels 4n4 dofitletnero ot votetoult 4.tetdee ;roxlf viding spectmons rr suoh ocotetner4 *nd Imrn*L* *A4 furthermore the development nr P140011AV14e41h444 404 new ideas on' axe it1bj4ot or coneieetmen 4t14inn flag. to be submitted agatn to RAO. III. 2019NAII2H It is proposed that the department te teke o* the a4 ve intentions should be tie%led the 007frourient Seottoll and will be attached to General nagruder4o fAirtme and bo directly responsible to tam. 9119211UMMI It is proposed that the whole of the organis tt In this section will be centered an Washington. All tnforma- tion and material from 411 the various 8'w:woes bet nger tralised to the Washington headquarters frrAm which hosd- quarters it will by dissemInated to the broaches intres in Washington and to the field. The necessary staff will be as follows: Coordinator and Advisory Director Lieutenant Colonel R t Brooker Chief Lieutenant Commander Henry S Xorgan A. Naval Personnel 1. Two lieutenants, junior grade, to assist in liaison work for the Section with the Navy Department. 2. One petty officer for the clothing collec- tion subsection described below. B. Army Personnel 1. Five majors to be chiefs of the following subsections: A. One to collect personal documents and information regarding their use. b. One to be chief of the information pool and control the classification and dissemination of the material collected. c* One to collect and distribute foreign clothing and equipment. d. One to collect camouflage mat3rtal (match boxes, brief cases, etc.) ftt- langti41' f I4 1, '4%# ? ' . AltiiNgititooranw - WI C''.4,670 ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 ; ? ?-? ; 4, 111 ? 014) vs? ? ' Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 r Po 0. One to head The 11 t n tho Donumoint Sedition 1 4it WAir Dovarn- ment *nd srlth otho k 4V1W1071, 15 41 agent:11*e. The rank requested ts require n theme poott In be..4 oause of the relative rank or hrn inett*idmale *I whom these men will have to deal, 2. rive oaptatns to be ilerittotomdon, Algiers, Cairo, New Deihl and Chungkia44# to be attached to the ossa Xisalonsai cover ?Moors to arrange for 144 ool ligation of documentai olottang* flag, items, Items, eta, and to mak, */*1lAble to the Illusions the material oollootod and prepared in Washlhigton. 3. Seven eaptatns or first limputenallts. A. One for the oolleotton substeotton. b. Three for the information pool. c. One for the collection of clothIng. d. One for the collection of camouflage material. o. One for the liaison subsection. N.B. Civilian personnel may be used in some cases. This does not include the necessary expert secretarial and filing assistants. V. OFFICES As mentioned above it is proposed to have the main office situated in Washington. It is, in addition, pro- posed to establish and maintain a small office in Now York to handle the collection of information, papers and clothing, oto, through the various channels available in that city. It will probably be necessary to establish and centralize the clothing in New York as muah better facilities are offered for this work. It will undoubtedly eventually be nocemsary to have a representative on the Pacific coast tor the collection of Japanese material. It is further proposed to 'stab- lish a "demonstration room' in Washington to exhIbit to important personalities and agents proceeding to the field the types of material available. VI. FIELD OPERATIONS As will be seen from the above table or organisation and personnel required it is proposed that as soon as the Dootnnent Section is working as an efficient unit, spe- cialized personnel should be recruited and trained and finally attached to field missions in the capacity of coy- er and camouflage experts so that the duties of such rt 4 ? .11 ZerrZ ta'4% '1? ? to. a .1 ttt. , 744FarealraVOI ManIpmazworm.-- ,Zs ott Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 r- , 7 re/ 4.`1 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 personnel will *ark tn Miro dtendtton*, *n thoF 61(1.0 hoevi furnishing adastitiA, toformoktionf pap41*, eldAhlAs 4n4 oamoullage to the heAd or a mission wn4 *ft th* hand, collooting all VI**, thing* fr6ret *11 4outto4* to the fieqd to be sent bac* to hh#E Doctlmoot 801,atiott to Washington. 38 AND eNIAOTS As soon as ?approria has been glYen And. indlositton as to the best ohannels of oommuniontt6n It ts propos-44 to establish liaison wlth the ronowtrig isouroes nnd LA return to render them Am muoh assIatAnon gs possiblol A. All branches of OSS inclndlog New Tork office and schools And hrgitnLn4 brnnizEh Consolidated British Int*Ilige:nce Miss:Lon in New York Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 4_4.4,e.:1, F 4q:114114, 3 ? .:? ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 0 ?i ? 11011 A A Assisting the Head or the gl Fteeds 1* Advising on, euperrising, or #1,4t1UA LI es, out all or connected with cover, ols* the * n7 and morale of agents from the day' they gee roorqlted, to the day they are dispatched, Inclading the tonteL, ing period. 2. Working out in conjunetton with each, indlwidual agent, his detailed cover story, And interrooting him on his story before departuro so as to LAsur, within the bounds of possibility thAt'. the *tor7 Is fool 'uproot. 3. Supplying ment, papers, etc., for all story. clothing, accessories personal 11(1,11 money, luggage, cone* lment materiel agents, in acoordanee with their cover 4. Instructing agents in the typo of cover inioriia. tion required at all times to facilitate and perfeot cover stories for future agents proceeding to the field. 5. Liaison between Desk Heads, Training, knd Ope'llVso tions, in regard to each agent or group of *gents s* as to insure a smooth flow of procedure and unshaken confidence on the part of the agents from the day they join the organisation until the ttmo they aottz- ally leave on their mission, B Assisting the C. D. Branch at Headquarters, and in consequence the whole of our organization, by: 1. Collection and Analysis of all cove. Information concerning countries operated by the Mission, both from the field and from Headquarters. 2. Submitting to the C. D. Branch at all cover information and experiences of value to other Branches, Sections, Headquart mrs likely to be or Missions. 3. Submitting to the C. D. Branch in Washington specimen papers, letter-headings, ration cards, labels, rubber stamps, etc? for reproduction. 4. Submitting to the C. D. Branch at Headquarters ideas, suggestions, samples, concerning all articles useful or potentially useful, either for camouflage or concealment purposes. 5. Submitting to the Head of the Mission all ideas, examples, and information on any of the foregoing subjects, emanating from the C. D. Branch at Head- quarters. 414MWI 1.1.111k tV41:1 fe4i Pr, E ? ?ts Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001 R000100050005-4 prrr.r,47 ? rI it , I} 4,07' Vivo,sr. r tir x. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 ttilt,ottAr ir,) r"-:117Yirir GENIOAL This mimorindlin t ?.lroof MisJionn of 0S8 with InCnrmattelA 1ichodDOcumont t n tr,11 Thp kniftert - 4 tho purposno Ind operlttnn or ttir r-,In Ind 111-y information rcordlng m;%t rtal Ind InfnvtillOttn rr-.7)m tho Branches and MilstrA1:1, Ind 111n Ifirirrviirt e:',441ritnit sorvioos which thc 5oct1:-)n is 1 ORGANIZATION Tho oronization or t;i- will bo principally contr4-d in material collected nnd rflqur droosod thoro in the., first trIstln, rlomdv. has boon appointcd Chi r of tho tir t,::;,)1,1 R. Brookor will act al advtoor to Lnd1,..1,JP; it organization and incrption of tho work* OPERATIONS The Documont Intc11tg-41c- Soctt-)n ganizo and coordinatc t1h. f11itr acti7lti 222111.111122M11Lon , pi t' s4? To collect from OSS -7*nd outztd other Governmcnt Agonci-s, all Inf.ft.ir=t: on tions in foroign countrtG: operation of ;,zonts thorQin. n nr torritory, encmy-occupLud terrIt')ri vAt'r.ortzd neutral torritory. To pool and dissominato such inromAt1on to C.');:t outside agencies as may b?, approprtAt,.. P etti 4? This information will cov,,r a 1:1..rZL. ft ?Ict) 4L11 includo opecicaizod information nec,l'sz?lry to ttlo production of all forms of papers and docum,,r,tation and stamps. There is attached a detailed m:,.mor-Indum in tho form of a questionnaire settLno forth th., types of information which the Documoat Intoill;ence Section dosircs to receivo from the Sranchs and Missions. Thc, Document Intullig..;nce Sction alJo ? it- 1, a .s ? v itt ! ' kite Art' 4 ' - 'SA ? An4, , ' , _ ),s?. ?,411 \re' Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 witthrto to 4-1m01)4 orr 144 :44'1F14 d00401(41t6 It gor-o-n /qv, w.1411-t44t1 -4 1f17 Of 0S8 togthor ntth per,14,t1 teql,cfrywo'.! rilong tht! ttor;.3 tndtiltr.4 In r,114-1 Moti*reulello., 2t LIMPAJ aartaan 10,= To provido saftoion6 tnfotm:Atinn r ptfill,ecigJorti or paporso nnd ntnmp',4 111 n11 ttgle tuNd 001100t nprintM174/ Plipf,P4# lelitu71A0 looll,tqVhP1d1404.40 To colloctl clAsstfy nwt Co/wweteet to !i.latea C 11L tIpes of foreign olothlry,: nnd 1.1qAeolotrt=1 mo,If1441f..7 for an agont ptt'oeoe.din,11, to th Ai40 re.,0 thtA purposo, to rnctLrtqir a ecqrtpr-Vtk.osttrt: rtk ins, aceessoria, oults3Fr-s, dtzpAte,h and thus to bo tn 1 pozIttoP to mk.4t wZ!th.o-0', 14;,???? any sudden domands from whnt 7?,4" Camouflaa To collect all possiblo suges,o to7na Ind rogarding form of camouflagc for tn7mnr.. rt11,1 sont to the fluid which requlro veuttoallge,7,. Tht. covers radio oquipmont, documo.ntslt qlxple.1Lvo:3, fIrt and ammunition, food, modicql supOlf:i0, al4arott. dovices, socrot messagos, etc. Thtl:; tls.k w111 (7ntqlt, a wido-spread collection of infotmatton (ncorninK foroisn labels and containers or wirious kindJb providing spocimcns of oontatntDr nct lAbols. Tho Document Intelligence Section litizhws to UvOinp 11. possiblo sources of information on tho torgoing Ind to rocoivo any ideas on the subjoct of conceqinwat and camouflage which may be doveloped. RELATIONS WITH THE MISSIONS In order that the results of thc: operatIonz or the Document Intelligence Section may be available in the fik-id? it is planned that specialized personnel will be rrcruitc.d nmd trained and sent out as cover exports, to assist heads of Missions in the preparation of cover stories for asents? and handle all quostions concerning information, documntl.tton, papers,- clothos and camouflaged A further duty of such porsonnol will be to send back to Washington anything they are able to obtain under tiu above Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 * 0 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 hondings, so thnt thp mnxtmum mop irp, thz1 Brnnohns nnd Misnixtrts# MISOM0400$ It 18 intondod thnt the) Donqmort In will mako tho MAXIMuM uan or 111 r4tAtt(14 qhvinoz1 F,hr% colloction of inforwaton tnd mnt-ertll ict w111 rit now channals nnd afJ 141 nrrw lottIttitt t?n e11-4 wher,1 alroady oxist. As montionod prrottouol:f. r t rrr Documont Intolltgonoo Soottc)n vtil tr; tn dition to this, n small orrico wilt tIrl rartirOttn,,, tn N,w Throe(' to work in contnct with all ztnitrorK4 17c1.11_11)1 tn thAfl and also to handl? tho sterl.lc Ind r.lel:;;TC110!j-q1 of 1.14 accossorios, luersa8n, into. F4rthormor, to, bo dosirablo, n roprosontntivo will br, piA,741 ,E71 41, for tho colloction of Oriontal rant, rt Ai .cnei tflfrIrmnttln A domonstrltion room wt 11 bn 011:41t)11.4.1h1 tn to oxhibit all wIrious typos of matrt.1.1 procooding to tho field lnd Tny oth6r pnrsonz (1.r.)11(;7rnot.i. LIAISON It is roquostod that tho Brirc Ch1 dotgx11,(: In individual within thoir Br-Inch wIth whom th,3 Docum,at Cntl- ligonco Soction can maintain its princlpal cDrIttot lnd wt7w will insuro that its rol-;ttons with thn lndtvidw.1 ar:neh aro adoquatoly coordinated. ... . , 1,,,.. ' - ig ?.- ..1, . ,$.?.? , 1 IF' l!' ,..,1 r .-!, - - , ? .., ..;. ? ,.: t 14, j 4A? . , ?? , ii ,?,, -.. .,lit 1 ;[?ti!r; ' ....,-; t1.-t . . ''' : - 1 ' 111.43-- ? r -", -',1,' . ? -... - It - :f", F-:-. ii, II' kl"' ?,.....?.i.? .. , e ' ? ;4. ?,..._, .4% . , i : .?...1, . , ,,p : .... /AZ: ' ? I " e %, A , - ' ':. ,if.r.?4?`??..?4,, :0?11,, r,,e ' , ? I ....".1, --404 ' ..?. k.., .:7 4 .:';' ? 4. 0. ? It ? - ir. ..4 ? .. ? .1 [...? ,I. .1. ' d .L.41'1:,'. j4. 1 :fa?C4-'t ,3: I ?t! '15, .; ,:?...? 7??,),?: t i? ? f ,, e?.# ? , ' ;,1 - - ???.?????.......*?????ipgalKalFiMi410000"....."' ? 44' I ',t1T1*- 4.11?44`.- t I and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 f Thr t-t. rc)rri typo;.: (-If Inc itmi, t ..?1:t Sr.r.1 t; ,it + ?1! t -,111 quot;tton rtiy h, 1,1 goncn, find h.ks rio - hev.rn mIth or poltEical Lnt,11111?non1 Ail t) 1r. Innrrl,itl to onablc In vrnt t- to stay th(,rp., rind 1;nri, t'?1, forma Lion ror to r,11 rsTil up- to-d't t,i ryws. t ; r. CONTROL OF IDITITY 1. What Identity c,t1.,Ifl Ir. in 7! 1 2. Are Civillan ItI n.Lt cqr.1:11,ui Vi to occupation -)r Ly 3. In tho case of an occ..!irt Idc;ntity cards b,.on LIsu rt to 1ation. Al torrvt ovt)rstampod by plc.cpytn: C-)ve--!.1 rocIstration of p-pul*J,L,-)n. 4. What arc thc poqibtlIti L1:7, ? .1r. rcal identity cards. 5. Do you know of any ruc,istr'Itton - a c beon dostroyr.,d by bombIn(:), 6. How ofton are IdontIt: cards Inspt,ctl such inspoctIons most usually tnkt: plact). 7. If idcntity cards arL asked for, Is tIlls (1.)nc, ? German or local police. 8. To what extfmt is the local pollcc, willing to assist allied sympathisers and undnr what circum- stances. g, .12222.21111100.2002;mormemormi .1.30121INVImmoorr?-?. 0 A ? sr"t40-No ? ?; Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 VIii t, p4peirrt I utvd;ftl tmoogAgry tr.) In t;)?.-, ;(ttl Whnrn qrep thn rtttrl (1-t/ nrn thrl ohnnged4 What itnma or food -Indr 041r1 409er'10 rgtion enrds qnd whlt IA r,ite, What 'Aro thr arttelns on thp Mink plrArkt. Do you know of ntri onscL9 nf lilt- i boine, nsnistnd, 141i,,rr), 1n4 11'14,11. Do you know nnmen or (1.1.;tnrIpttclm.: ,)r provocatourn workinp rlr th, .)nr,rrly. Can you givn the loosaton or 'tny Gontapo or Germnn KommnIntur,., CONTROL OP NOMENT 1. What subdivinionn of th.1 cc)unt,ry ,tr. for tho purposon of int.rrtql mov,:t 2. Aro thoro any forbirt&sn zonc)3 or 01v1(lult:'d qr'11.1. What formalitius must bF, compli.A wtth to within tho country includilv whit pnvra 11%' n000ssary and whorc, they nr,! obtlicwd4. . What possibilities lre thi:!re of olJtqlninc rA13fl travol pormits. 5. What possibilition arc th..ro of travt1lin6' wU:hou movomont permits, givinc namis of nrizt 3taiti;h1 guides or crossine places. 6. How can such euicips be contaetod. To what extont'and undor that circumstancos ct neutrals travel in Uhe country. 8. What are tho possibilities of obtaining lifts in enemy vohicles. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 ?;Mint ar,, b I t r71r: olthr by thcit 10. What controls ,xt,1!: do thoy trAki,* 11. When and who.-re n-lr,, mnrkot control* 12. WM oh arr) thr qprrov, ilk,4 country or int,,r-4cno 13. Are lny 3ptio1.11 hDlars or ?y,; civilian trqvtl. 14. What claso,:l or t:IJ mattors of eirculqtt.m. CONTROL OF ACTION 1 What ar(! thc curC.,w hour:1. 2 ? What pape:rs avo necrytrd population are $.x4.mot w;rfr What regulrItLons ratt. ..lpts limit or prohibit ilot,,nln, to %I'LL L ;-(.3. What products an. no lent; r chased, c.6., eh( merit, etc. 5. What restrictions ar thArc prohlt2ttin,:; JL drinks or cigarc,ttos or food on curtqL 6. What local rulos havc boon LmposLd thc population regarding salutin.,i; of ,nomy pt:rorznvi, general behaviour, etc. What rogulations gov%.rn fishtnG, hunttn,-;, be, What permits aro necessary and whoro are titcy obtained. What regulations govern cmploymnt, change of ployment, etc. What classcs havo beon callcd for ,Jmpleymont in Germany; what classes of employmmt arc- oxpt. e, k 11 ?1 t. '''''t k s? ' k ' C.,t,t,.... - ' . t ' ? 1 Arl f .? 1. s 4 V Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 mmomm. 701.vtA nor0'4-,19 spno1.11 r fp.1 rji? en' r 1. Do :iou !cnfr.oAr jjjst: , rad tion, 111r11. Whlt Int( ,;',0v1H consorshIp. 5. Do you know Qr nni 17; s. sonalitiLv In th,-4. CONTROL OF PIIBLTCATrONS .1 . 1. What rcstrictIns milts in tilt?, wzrpr,p, 'kizt What rcstrictimis -ov(N1 rL moetinGs, cIncmas, ctc. e t ra ? '4 4 -0 CONTROL OP FLIANCE What restrictions or formailt of funds from q b'Ink recount oL' tv'lz1sC ' )C and/or securities. Do you knew lny nam.,J of convert lecal currcncy Into polln,ls if so, how can this bcst b, ti '? ? 4,4 ? go ?/., ,O ? 4?, Any recent changes In currL:Icy dmurtIrt!.,:)a.z. DETECTIVI;rEASURES. Any details from porsonal exprL.ncos vnir47,ir or local police methods for sc'archs, intorrogationst or spoclal police methods, Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 .1 . te?-:=.--,t7 .. , 4.. 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Foreign BrtyAdoa4t Intelligence Service, FCC 4) Daily Reports, Foreign Radio Broadcasts. eover- ing turope and Far East, produced tyy toqr414n Broadcast Intelligence Service, FOC 5) Daily Operattons Intelligenc, by roglons, pro- duced by OW1. 6) Office of Control, Central OpevAttans, rAtel. ligence and ?Propaganda analysis, daily reports produced by OWI. 7) Office of Control, Central Operations, tel ligence and Propaganda analysts, weekly urn- manes produced by OWI. 8) News Digest o review of the Foreign ?reas da British source, London. 9) Information received from U.S. Government, Survey of Foreign Experts. 10) Desk Heads, New York Office, Washington and Missions, and through U16M their various con tacts, such as FBI, OWI, ONI, etc. 11) State Department Plain Cables 12) FCC Daily Report 13) French newspapers 14) Wochenbericht fur Suddeutschlaad und Ostarreich 15) Foreign Nationality groups in the US 17) Weekly printed Resume 18) The R and A Outposts 19) News Digests published by various Gov. in exile 20) Netherlands News Digest Published in London (OSS Lib.) 21) Ship Observer Project 22) OSS Disseminations Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 LikrialL219,21.412 Suits 010oato et Topcoats 50 4 4J 1 41 3 Hats & Caps 00 Shirts 04 6 40 1 AI Shoes 02 4 44 1 . Socks & Stockings Ties 37 44 P7 Collars in id. . Underwear 41 Pajamas 1 - . Nightshirts 4 . Raincoats 52 Sport Jackets 6 3.. 3 Gloves 2 Sweaters 1 1 1 Scarfs .. Trousers & Vest 8 .. . Tuxedo coat & vest. 1 . . Ski-Suit 1 Sport Trousers Nickers a - Germany b - France c - Hungary d - Austria e Luxembough f - Belgium 6 - roland h Danmark I . SwItzerland Twelve (12) complete German outfits, including, suit, overcoat, hat or cap, shirts, shoes & socks, ties, and underwear despatched to the Field on December 18, 1943 and January 12, 1944. ? A,4?,11 , Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 4 4 Suits 127 7 2 L4 Overcoats 68 7 1 Mats & Caps 100 Shirts 192 24 4 4oil Shoes 70 Socks 69 2 5 Ties 148 46 4 5 827 Underwear 50 6 Pajamas & 9 4 Nightshirts Raincoats 65 I Spare trousers 9 Knickers 11 Sportcoats 11 4 3 Coats & Vests 13 1 5 Gloves 2 Sweaters Scarfs Ski-suits Germany b Franco Hungary d - Austria Luxembourg f Belgium g Poland h Danmark - Switzorland Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 ?rano, ()simian-1r tuxembourig AIMS tr.!, titi I t Bolgi Po rt ugal Prance Prenoh colonies e many Aus trim, Be 1 gi Spanish pods. ElaLptrationis Luxembourg Portugal Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Sell el tat Spa n Span! Aril loos a ? Re o erlaz t so do oilimernt 400 cia chtif t , tAraps axid a *Alia Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 laLlatkg (Ample stooks or Whose donumowrq *to en nAed In Weahtngton) NAME_ OF tX)CihvilfiNT O&M Agg,aggia 1. Carte ditdentite (pink) The 01041: IIIMOVW0 Otng10 Oret0t41 04per0 tominipld or Ali, porrple lt.tteg tn 14unnoe. 3. Form 7250 Imp. nunicipale 4. Provisional Might Permit* SAW, AS *bole,. The dlr. ferenoe ts thm, area fr)r whIoh it Ls Nmlido Instructions to accompan7 carte d'tdontite in the Department dos Souches- du-Rhone. Temporary permit which allows the bearer to be on the streets arter the curfew. 5. Kennkarte 6. Ausweis # S * 7. Ausweis #63125/10173 * 8. Field Kit D-1 9. Certificate of Residence in St. Jean-de-Luz * 10. Residence: St. Jean-de- Luz * Gorman Identity- card with the same uses as #1 above. Military Ldentity document for members or the Luftwaffe. Same as precedIng document Kit to accompany Bulletin #1 Certificate issued to res- idents of a town In the restricted zone *long the frontier. Slip to accompany Identity card of a person residing in St. Jean-de-Luz permit- ting bearer to enter the restricted zone on either side of the forbidden zone. U. Certificate of employment * Certificate carried with carte Widentite showing place of employment and employer. 12. Permit to Land, Marseille * Permit for neutral seaman to go through the restricted harbor areas of Marseille in order to enter the town. Also used as temporary carte dfidentite while in the town. * With cachets *O0(qMW. he- npriaccified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 OMBIZZON 15. Timbre Fiscal, 13 Promns 14. Police Nationale OAPto d'idontlte tf,* tiwmp flto d ern mAn7 Thotgal p4porto* tnolnd., tng winos dftdowteJltk4 The mott tmportAnt ofrlatAl p4 or #411 Leltd, of ell ppi Wirt g tft PtArt0Of Requtred or R11 antomoblito delvers, 16. Textile card 17. Social Insurance oArd 18. Membership card, social insurance 19. Demobilizatton card 20. Certificate de Reoensement 21. Carte d'identite public official 22. Traveler's insurance card 23. Carte de Travail 24. French Passport 25. Carte d'identite Recelpt for p47mwnt :dt? neoessar7 pemilms. Comparable to soolnl sec-a rlty nArd. Issued to army porsonnot. Registratton tn labor drwft Most Importrult stsig,le pa?r of ?ranch officlAils. Special tnsurance card, Equivalent of a unIon card for workers. Issued to A French ctttzea for travel abroad The most Imp o rt ant st le official paper required of all people livIng in Franco. * With cachets Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Incendtar7 suttoase Monopol on Temporal oAn NoxOn can Rusty drum Piece of soap Sponge Cigarette oaae Torch Wallet Pair pipes Tube TannpulIer Fountain pen Bar chocolate Pair pipe mouthpieces Pencil P10#4,.* o C loot t Siv-t Or* Slitoolo Su4ak diob 8ultoot tramt17 tirli CLoomitt, bry* Utah bolt arush /st Clothol4 1 ns 4* DI*tsgmpsr b-rtAigh Rub14,1* siho t CaAo go 1 Hoover 1 Suitcase 1 Concrete block 1 Blue water bottle 1 Box lantern slides Pled. drIftwood Patr iaogs Cleatotto dtspla7 box Box cigarettes Encendiary t4 i. box 011 can Tin Le Sunocol It% Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Battery, f1ashl1ght0 pnoti t7pe, /ittth OI I 4. nig message container 4. But with zipper-closed aontatner 5. Belt with secret message contalnor 6. Briefcase with secret compartment 4 a 7. Briefcase, self-dostraying 8. Brooch, lady's, with message contatner Camera, special, small 10. Camera, small, wristwatch 11. Camera, Minox, camouflaged 12. Cigarettes for carrying messages 13. Cigarette lighter, (a) with compartment to serve 53 message container, (b) with message container self-destroying 14. Envelopes, waterproof 15. Eradicator, ink 16. Eradicator, ultra-vielet 17. Escape kits 18. Fountain pen with message container 19. Handcuff openers 20. Inks, disappearing and secret 21. Cloth, linen or silk, on which message may be written in invisible ink 22. Key latch with message container 23. Knife blade to be concealed as escape tool 24. Message container 25. Microfilm field kit 26. Microfilm "flimsy" Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20 CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4 27. Microfilm super-redudttoA 28. Microfilm, water noRthble 29. Paper boxes with sesrot messego erimper4morms 30. Paper, "Bible" 31. Paper, no-rattle 32. Paper, photostat, thin 33. Paper, quick burning 34. Paper, soluble 35. Pencil with message container 36. Pipe with message compnrtment 37. Photographic enlarger-reducer, Zoller 38. Photostat, Zeller, portable 39. Press "X" 40. Razor blades, sensitized, on which messages may be written 41. Reader, microfilm 42. Reproduction process daylight 43. Shaving brush with message container 44. Shoe laces, special 45. Spectacles, tortoise shell, with microfilm container 46. Suitcases with secret compartments for the oryig*4 F' of messages or reports 47. Suppositories, non-soluble, with container for microfilm 48. Talcum powder box, foreign type, with message container 49. Watch, pocket, with message container Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/20: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100050005-4