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A History of U.S. Communications Intelligence during World War II: Policy and Administration

Book Description

A study of high-level policy, administration, and organization of COMINT during WWII and how it was controlled and directed by each military service and how these services related to each other and to their British counterparts.

Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
  2. Foreword
  3. INTRODUCTION AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  4. 1. U.S. COMINT, 1939–1941
    1. 1.1. THE U.S. INTELLIGENCE ORGANIZATIONS PRIOR TO PEARL HARBOR
    2. 1.2. THE OTHER COMINT ORGANIZATIONS: COAST GUARD, FBI, AND FCC
    3. 1.3. PREWAR COMINT AGREEMENTS WITH THE BRITISH
    4. 1.4. TOWARD PEARL HARBOR
    5. 1.5. Notes
  5. 2. The First Year of War
    1. 2.1. THE IMPACT OF WAR
    2. 2.2. THE EXPANSION AND REORGANIZATION OF ARMY COMINT DURING 1942
    3. 2.3. NAVY COMINT REORGANIZATION AND EXPANSION IN WASHINGTON DURING 1942
    4. 2.4. THE ARMY-NAVY-FBI COMINT AGREEMENTS, MARCH–JULY 1942
    5. 2.5. U.S.-BRITISH COMINT AGREEMENTS IN WASHINGTON - 1942
    6. 2.6. NAVY COMINT IN THE PACIFIC
    7. 2.7. GROWTH OF U.S. NAVAL COMINT IN THE PACIFIC
    8. 2.8. Notes
  6. 3. Army-Navy Policy and Organizational Development during 1943
    1. 3.1. THE COMBAT INTELLIGENCE DIVISION AND OP-20-G
    2. 3.2. THE ARMY COMINT BREAKTHROUGH IN 1943
    3. 3.3. CENTRAL BUREAU BRISBANE
    4. 3.4. PROPOSALS FOR CLOSER ARMY-NAVY COOPERATION
    5. 3.5. Notes
  7. 4. The Army-British COMINT Agreements of 1943: The ENIGMA Crisis
    1. 4.1. THE CRISIS IN BRITISH-U.S. RELATIONS
    2. 4.2. AN AGREEMENT IS REACHED
    3. 4.3. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGREEMENTS
    4. 4.4. Notes
  8. 5. British-U.S. Navy COMINT Agreements of 1943–44
    1. 5.1. Notes
  9. 6. Continued Jurisdictional Problems regarding Clandestine Communications
    1. 6.1. THE RADIO INTELLIGENCE DIVISION
    2. 6.2. THE NAVY-FBI CONTROVERSY AND THE ATTENDANT DISPUTES REGARDING THE BRITISH
    3. 6.3. Notes
  10. 7. The Army and Navy Move toward Full Cooperation, 1944–45
    1. 7.1. THE ARMY AND NAVY FORMALIZE COOPERATION
    2. 7.2. THE WORKINGS OF ANCICC AND THE CREATION OF ANCIB
    3. 7.3. Notes
  11. 8. Internal Army and Navy Organizational Developments, 1944–45
    1. 8.1. SSOS IN THE PACIFIC
    2. 8.2. DEVELOPMENTS AT THE WAR DEPARTMENT
    3. 8.3. ATTEMPTED ARMY CONSOLIDATION IN THE THEATERS AND THE CREATION OF ASA
    4. 8.4. DEVELOPMENTS IN NAVY COMINT ORGANIZATION IN WASHINGTON AND THE PACIFIC
    5. 8.5. Notes
  12. Glossary of Abbreviations
  13. Sources