Secrecy, sabotage, and aiding the resistance: how Anglo-American co-operation shaped World War Two

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11 volumes in Secrecy, sabotage, and aiding the resistance: how Anglo-American co-operation shaped World War Two

Anglo-American joint projects, 1940-1954

These records focus on ways in which the United States and the United Kingdom worked together. Sabotage training took place at Camp X, Canada, where Britons and Americans learned methods to hinder the enemy and aid rebels. The trained men would be known as the Jedburghs, an elite...

  • Contributor:  The National Archives
  • Reference:  73358A
  • Keyword:  intelligence government ww2 warfare usa european british diplomacy

British security services' activities in the USA, 1940-1945

These items cover British operations inside the United States. Many of these papers focus on the surveillance and assessment of groups within the US. Groups of interest included Italian anti-fascists and hostile nationalists from the America First Committee, as well as Basque organisations. American relations with the Austrian legion and...

  • Contributor:  The National Archives
  • Reference:  73358B
  • Keyword:  intelligence government ww2 warfare usa european british diplomacy

US and British security services' operations in Europe, 1940-1945

Diplomacy plays a significant role in these items, as the UK and US held a number of meetings to discuss their strategies for different countries. The discussions include the signing of the 'London agreement' London Agreement on military co-operation. These reports cover British and US operations from Belgium...

  • Contributor:  The National Archives
  • Reference:  73358C
  • Keyword:  intelligence government ww2 warfare usa european british diplomacy

Anglo-American operations in China and the South East Asia Command, 1940-1946

These items focus on China and only contain items on South East Asia where they relate to China. Many of these documents also contain maps. The main themes of these papers are operational details, intelligence on China itself, and the conflict for the coast of China. The British Army Aid...

  • Contributor:  The National Archives
  • Reference:  73358D
  • Keyword:  intelligence government ww2 warfare usa british diplomacy
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