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Details of HW 80/6
Reference:HW 80/6
Description: Technical Conference for the implementation of the US-British Communication Intelligence Agreement, 11-27 March 1946 Introduction Appendix A, Terms to be Used Appendix B, Principles of US-British Communication Intelligence Security and Dissemination Appendix C, Collection and Exchange of Raw Material, with Exhibits 1-9 Appendix D [title withheld] Appendix E, Co-ordination of, and Exchange of Information on Cryptanalysis and Associated Techniques, with Exhibits 1-3 Appendix F, Exchange of Communication Intelligence and Co-ordination in Translation Appendix G, Exchange of Collateral Material Appendix H, Arrangements to be made for Comint Communications Appendix I, Liaison and Channels for Exchange Appendix J, Interpretation of Certain Provisions of the US-British Communication Intelligence Agreement Recommendations of US-British Technical Conference Letter to Chairman London Sigint Board, 27 March 1946 Letter to Chairman State Army Navy Communication Intelligence Board, 27 March 1946 State Army Navy Communication Intelligence Board revisions and approval of recommendations, 29 May 1946
Date: 1946
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record
Access conditions: Retained Until 2010
Record opening date: 25 June 2010

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