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Reference:
KV 4/465
Description:

Reports on the operations of B1B in connection with financial and currency enquiries during the Second World War: includes analysis of the banknotes used to pay German agents in the UK, including SNOW, RAINBOW, TATE and POGO; use of German forgeries of Bank of England notes; and history of the Security Service section which carried out the analysis

Note:
Serial 1a: report on the payment of German agents by Bank of England notes. Serial 2a: supplementary report
Date:
1942 Oct 13 - 1945 Aug 14
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Former references:
in its original department:   POL F 50-24-44-28
Legal status:
Public Record
Access conditions:
Retained Until 2012
Record opening date:
17 February 2012

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