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2 edition of Home Intelligence reports on opinion and morale 1940-1944. found in the catalog.

Home Intelligence reports on opinion and morale 1940-1944.

Great Britain. Ministry of Information.

Home Intelligence reports on opinion and morale 1940-1944.

by Great Britain. Ministry of Information.

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Published by Harvester Press in Hassocks .
Written in English


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ContributionsGreat Britain. PublicRecord Office.
The Physical Object
Pagination4 microfilms ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14412393M

Books shelved as intelligence-analysis: Psychology of Intelligence Analysis by Richards J. Heuer Jr., Structured Analytic Techniques For Intelligence Ana. The book includes two essays on the use of military intelligence in the American Civil War, two more for the First World War, and a total of seven essays on the Second World War. The various authors are subject-matter experts and the quality of the essays is uniformly quite s: 4.

Home Intelligence Reports revealed fluctuations in listening to Lord Haw-Haw and indicate that he continued have a wide audience past the period of Phony War. On 14 September it was noted although morale is high, more people than for some time are Haw-Haw.”. Page guide - Study Our Data Catalogue contains a full study description (Details tab) for each dataset and also provides access to online documentation (Documentation tab), resources (Resources tab) and access conditions (Access tab).

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Home Intelligence reports on opinion and morale 1940-1944 by Great Britain. Ministry of Information. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The British people and World War II: Home Intelligence reports on opinion and morale, (Inf. and Inf. ) [microform]. The ‘collecting division’ was closed in October in effort to cut the number of people employed by the MOI.

The BBC producer Mary Adams (broadcaster) was appointed director of a re-formed Home Intelligence division in November Her division started work in February See also Home Intelligence report no. Januin Home Intelligence Reports on Opinion and Morale, – [microfilm] (Brighton, ).

Google Scholar Author: Kaarel Piirimäe. The first part contains the daily summaries of morale produced at the start of the war. The second part contains the weekly summaries that were produced from onwards. The third part contains special reports commissioned by other government departments and undertaken by the Home Intelligence section.

A short guide to the history of the files and using them can be found here. The British Library Microform Research Collections.

HOME INTELLIGENCE REPORTS ON OPINION AND MORALE Research Publications 4 reels of microfilm. Hardcopy index. The collection includes weekly reports by Home Intelligence between the years andand will be of interest to anyone with a curiosity about wartime life in.

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This book is written by Jeff Hawkins with help from Sandra Blakeslee, but it is /5(). But for all their limitations these reports are indispensable. Home Intelligence Reports on Opinion and Morale, – Brighton Sussex, and Angus Calder The Peoples’ War) “Hidden Lives”, is history “as it really was” told by five very different people.

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Home Collection Current location: "the British People and World War II, Home Intelligence Reports on Opinion and Morale" (Directorate of Home Intelligence, Ministry of Information. Between andthe Ministry of Information in Britain carried out regular and detailed investigations into opinions, morale and feelings of the British people on the home front.

The strength of these reports -- a key primary source -- lies in the fact that they were compiled from a great diversity of independent sources, notably the 13 different regional headquarters of the ministry, as well as panels.

This book shows that before World War II the official prognosis in Britain was pessimistic but that measures to bolster morale were taken nevertheless, in particular with regard to protection against air raids. An examination of a range of indicative factors concludes that morale fluctuated but was in the main good, right until the end of the War.

Home intelligence reports on opinion and morale, [microform] Available through interlibrary loan from the Center for Research Libraries. "This set contains reports compiled from a variety of independent sources, including regional headquarters of the Ministry and panels of civilians and officials, on reactions to the presentation of the war in the media and by politicians.

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Handbook of intelligence studies / edited by Loch K.

Johnson. 1st ed. Includes bibliographical references and index. Intelligence Handbooks, manuals, etc. Johnson, Loch K., UBH35 dc Morale and Mass Observation: Governing the Affective Atmosphere on the Home-Front Home Intelligence Reports on Opinion and Morale, –, ‘Second Weekly Report for Home.

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His best-known book, tells the inside story of Home Intelligence, It incorporates a complete set of the unit’s morale reports from September to June 14 Home Morale Emergency Committee: Report to Policy Committee, 4 JuneTNA: INF 1/; Home Intelligence Report, 1 Junein Addison, Paul and Crang, Jeremy A., eds., Listening to Britain: Home Intelligence Reports on Britain’s Finest Hour, May to.

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