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

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Britain and the US in Africa, 1942-1944

These records focus on the 'Massingham' base in Algeria which served as a starting point for missions to France. These papers also include territorial negotiations between the US and the UK. Tunisia and French North Africa were difficult areas for the British to operate in, so co-operation with the Free...

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

Britain and the US in Scandinavia and the Balkans, 1942-1945

The Scandinavian records in this group focus on Norway, Denmark and Sweden. The focus in these hostile countries was to undermine their defence through sabotage and psychological warfare. In the Balkans, operations focused on Albania and Yugoslavia. At that time, Yugoslavia included the countries now known as Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia,...

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

Ministry of Economic Warfare and economic intelligence, 1939-1945

These reports cover each week's economic developments around the World. They explore topical issues like German manpower. Important writings on economic developments are summarised in a series of reviews. The core areas covered in these reports include finance, industrial output, food production, trade agreements, and weapons supplies.

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