|Churchill/MLBE 2 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||Correspondence with Captain S.W. Roskill
||Correspondence with Rear-Admiral I.G.Aylen
||Correspondence about escape of German warships up Channel, Feb 1942
||Correspondence about HF/DF ('Huff-Duff') by officers experienced in its use
||Correspondence about Bismarck operation 1941, and the 'Athens telegram' about her destination being Brest
||Correspondence with Captain G.E. Colpoys
||Correspondence with Admiral of the Fleet Earl Mountbatten
||Correspondence with F.A.P. Meyer who worked in B-Dienst 1941-5, on decryption of British signals
||Correspondence with Professor F.H. Hinsley, author of British Intelligence in the Second World War
||Correspondence with Dr. Margaret E.C. Stewart, formerly of the OIC, who became a distinguished archaeologist, and her brother Sir Stuart Mitchell, one of the most brilliant naval officers of his generation
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British Naval Intelligence Papers, mainly of Donald McLachlan and Patrick Beesly.
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Konter-Admiral E. Godt
Kapitän zu See H. Meckel
Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz
Walter Meyer (not to be confused with F.A.P. Meyer, filed separately. See 2/11).
Map of German Naval Command organisation in Norway.
Map of Tirpitz in Tromso 12 Nov 1944.
Essay by Grand Admiral Dönitz on' The War at Sea', dated 24 Sep 1945.
See also MLBE 2/11.
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