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Cryptologic Documents in the Navy Department Library

Introduction
Use and Reproduction Policy

SRH - Special Research History
SRMA - Discrete Records of Historical Cryptologic Import: U.S. Army
SRMD - Discrete Records of Historical Cryptologic Import: Joint Server and/or U.S. Government Cryptologic Agencies.
SRMN - Discrete Records of Historical Cryptologic Import: U.S. Navy.
SRNS - Summaries: Japanese Naval Radio Intelligence.


Introduction

This collection is composed of naval, military, intelligence, diplomatic, and technical studies prepared largely by the US military utilizing decoded and translated enemy communications. The bulk of the material deals with World War II, though some studies cover topics ranging from World War I to the attack on USS Liberty in 1967. These documents describe military operations, intelligence organizations and activities, communications security and intercepts, code breaking, codes, and ciphers. The collection was transferred from the Naval Security Group at Fort Meade, Maryland, to the Navy Department Library in the early 1990s.

Use and Reproduction Policy

Cryptologic documents are unavailable for loan and must be consulted in the library. Use of digital cameras by researchers to reproduce pages from documents is permitted. Permission to use personal scanners or to photocopy a small number of pages may be granted by the reference staff, contingent upon the physical state of items. Any photocopying of original documents in the collection shall be done by the reference staff, or under their close supervision (Reference: Naval Historical Center Instruction [NAVHISTCENTINST] 5070.1C.). The library does not provide a document duplication service. Researchers that are unable to visit the library, but wish to obtain reproductions of photocopied documents which comprise the majority of the collection, should contact the Naval Historical Foundation for duplication services http://www.navyhistory.org/documentservice.html, or the National Archives and Records Administrationís Textual Reference Branch at College Park, MD, tel. (301) 713-7250), http://www.archives.gov/facilities/md/archives_2.html, where these documents and many other similar materials are located in the records of the National Security Agency in Record Group (RG) 457.

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Title
Special Research Histories
SRH-002 305 Flicke, Wilhelm F. War Secrets of the Ether. [survey of German and European cryptologic history 1908-1945].
SRH-005 86 Use of (CX/MSS ULTRA) by the United States War Department. (1943-1945).
SRH-006 28 Synthesis of Experiences in the Use of Ultra Intelligence by U.S. Army Field Command in the European Theater of Operations. [March 1944].
SRH-008 415 Battle of the Atlantic, Vol. II [U-Boat Operations--December 1942 to May 1942 including German U-boats and raiders in the Indian and Pacific Oceans].
SRH-009 94 Battle of the Atlantic, Vol. I Allied Communications Intelligence, December 1942-May 1945.
SRH-011   The Role of Communications Intelligence in Submarine Warfare In the Pacific. [Vol. I, Jan. 1943, 198 pp; Vol. II, Feb. 1943, 202 pp.; Vol. III, Mar. 1943, 263 pp; Vol. IV, Apr.-May 1943, 172 pp.; Vol. V, Jun. 1943, 390 pp.,; Vol. VI, Jul. 1943, 362 pp.; Vol. VII, Aug.-Sep. 1943, 444 pp.; Vol. VIII, Oct. 1943, 309 pp.].
SRH-012   The Role of Radio Intelligence in the American-Japanese Naval War. [Vol. I Aug. 1941-Jun. 1942, 338 pp.; Vol. II, Jun. 4, 1942-Jul. 16, 1942, 420 pp.; Accretion to Vol. II, 283 pp.; Vol. III, Solomon Islands Campaign, Jul 1. 1942-Aug. 9, 1942, 665 pp.; Vol. IV, Part 1, Solomon Islands Campaign, Aug. 9 1942-Aug. 14, 1942, 383 pp.; Vol. IV, Part 2, Solomon Islands Campaign, Aug. 14, 1942-Aug. 25, 1942, 442 pp.].
SRH-013 384 Ultra--History of U.S. Strategic Air Force Europe vs. German Air Force. June 1945.
SRH-014 55 Final Report of the Radio Intelligence Section, General Staff, General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces 1918-1919.
SRH-015 42 Notes on German Fuel Position by G-2 SHAEF. [1945].
SRH-016 110 The Need for New Legislation Against Unauthorized Disclosures of Communications Intelligence Activities. [Special Report No. 1 June 1944].
SRH-017 264 Allied Strategic Air Force Target Planning. [1943-1945].
SRH-018 97 Collection of Japanese Diplomatic Messages 12 Jul. 38-21 Jan. 42, Department of the Army Intelligence Files.
SRH-019 34 Blockade-Running Between Europe and the Far East by Submarines, 1942-1944.
SRH-020 22 Narrative Combat Intelligence Center, Joint Intelligence Center, Pacific Ocean Area [8 Nov. 1945].
SRH-021 462 Controlled Agent Communications Activities 1944-1945.
SRH-023   Reports by U.S. Army Ultra Representatives with Army Field Commands in the European Theatre of Operations, 1945, [Part I, 67 pp.; Part II, 120 pp.].
SRH-024 69 Battle of the Atlantic, Vol. III [German Naval Communication Intelligence, by OP-20-G. 1942-1945.].
SRH-025 78 Battle of the Atlantic, Vol. IV [Technical Intelligence from Allied C.I., 1941-1945.].
SRH-026 4 Marshall Letter to Eisenhower on the Use of "Ultra" intelligence, March 15, 1944.
SRH-028 35 Navy Department, Code and Signal memoranda No. 1, Code and Signal Section, Division of Operations, 1917.
SRH-029 19 Friedman, William F. A Brief History of the Signals Intelligence Service, June 29, 1942.
SRH-030 13 A History of the Code and Cipher Section During the First World War. Prepared in 1919 by Major Herbert O. Yardley.
SRH-031 141 Trip Reports Concerning Use of Ultra in the Mediterranean Theater, 1943-1944.
SRH-032 89 Reports by U.S. Army Ultra Representatives with Field Commands in the Southwest Pacific, Pacific Ocean and China Burma India Theaters of Operations, 1944-1945.
SRH-033 7 History of the Operations of Special Security Officers Attached to Field Commands, 1943-1945.
SRH-034 20 Marshall Letter to MacArthur on the Use of "Ultra" Intelligence, May 23 1944 and Related Correspondence.
SRH-035 64 History of the Special Branch, MIS, War Department, 1942-1944.
SRH-036 693 Radio Intelligence in WWII, Tactical Operations in the Pacific Ocean Areas, January 1943.
SRH-037 35 Reports Received by U.S. War Department on Use of Ultra in the European Theater, World War II. [October 1945.].
SRH-038 193 A Selection of Papers Pertaining to Herbert O. Yardley. [1889-1958.].
SRH-040 80 "Magic" Diplomatic Extracts, July 1945.
SRH-042 82 Third Army Radio Intelligence History in Campaign of Western Europe, Prepared by Signal Intelligence Service of Headquarters, Third U.S. Army. [1943-1945.].
SRH-043 15 Comment on Marshall-Dewey Exchange Concerning Pearl Harbor, September 1944.
SRH-045 60 Reminiscences of Lieutenant Colonel Howard P. Brown, Prepared Under the Direction of Chief Signal Officer, 4 August 1945.
SRH-046 13 Procedure for Handling Ultra Dexter Intelligence in the CBI. [22 March 1949.].
SRH-048 79 Summary of Operational Activity of Signal Security Detachment "D", 12th Army Group, ETO, Covering the period 1 September 1944 to 1 April 1945.
SRH-050 13 Riverbank Laboratory Correspondence 1919.
SRH-051 18 Interview with Mr. Ralph T. Briggs 13 January 1977, concerning "Winds" message.
SRH-052 398 Estimated Japanese Aircraft Locations, 15 July 1943-9 August 1945, United States Fleet.
SRH-053 6 Special Report by: Joint Army-Navy Committee on the Japanese Air Forces, Estimate of Japanese Air Situation as of 23 June 1945, United States Fleet.
SRH-054 16 Effects of B-29 Operations In Support of the Okinawa Campaign, 18 March-22 June 1945.
SRH-055 44 Estimated Unit Locations of Japanese Navy and Army Air Forces as of 20 July 1945, United States Fleet.
SRH-056 224 Preliminary Report to Pacific Order of Battle Conference, 15 August 1945.
SRH-058 11 Callimahos, Lambros D., The Legendary William F. Friedman.
SRH-059 69 Selected Examples of Commendations and Related Correspondence Highlighting the Achievements and Value of U.S. Signals Intelligence During World War II.
SRH-060 111 Notes on the Japanese Theatre Coordination Section, Signal Security Agency, 16 Nov. 1943-25 Feb. 1944.
SRH-062 116 History of Military Intelligence Service, W D G S, Reports Unit.
SRH-063 47 Japanese Surface and Air Operations, 1 January 1942-31 January 1942.
SRH-064 33 Japanese Submarine Operations, 23 January 1942 to 25 March 1942.
SRH-065 56 Japanese Surface and Air Operations, 1 February 1942-31 March 1942.
SRH-066 11 Examples of Intelligence Obtained From Cryptanalysis, 1 August 1946.
SRH-067 20 Japan as Mediator in the Russo-German Conflict, 29 December 1944.
SRH-068 26 Japanese Estimates of Germany's Ability to Continue the Struggle, 22 January 1945.
SRH-069 37 The Problem of the Prolongation of the Soviet-Japanese Neutrality Pact, 12 February 1945.
SRH-070 13 Notes on the Crimea (Yalta) Conference, 23 March 1945.
SRH-071 18 Abrogation of the Soviet-Japanese Neutrality Act, 23 April 1945.
SRH-072 27 Recent Political Developments in Thailand (Siam), 1 May 1945.
SRH-073 11 White Russians in Manchukuo, 8 May 1945.
SRH-074 17 Japanese Burmese Relations, 9 May 1945.
SRH-075 16 Japanese Reaction to German Defeat, 21 May 1945.
SRH-076 13 Japanese-Portuguese Relations and the "Macao Problem" (February-May 1945), 23 May 1945.
SRH-077 11 Sino-Soviet Relations, 1 June 1945.
SRH-078 14 Russo-Japanese Relations, 18 June 1945.
SRH-079 20 Russo-Japanese Relations (June 1945), 2 July 1945.
SRH-080 3 Compilation of Intelligence Data, Japanese Submarine Forces (U.S. Navy/British Admiralty Letter), 9 February 1945.
SRH-081 13 Information from Captain George W. Linn, USNR (Ret.).
SRH-082 11 Situation in Thailand (April-June 1945), 7 June 1945.
SRH-083 18 The Chunking-Yenan Controversy, 10 May 1945.
SRH-084 11 Russo-Japanese Relations (1-12 July 1945), 14 July 1945.
SRH-085 24 Russo-Japanese Relations (13-20 July 1945), 21 July 1945.
SRH-086 22 Russo-Japanese Relations (21-27 July 1945), 2 August 1945.
SRH-087 14 Mongolian Independence, 3 August 1945.
SRH-088 20 Russo-Japanese Relations (28 July-6 August 1945), 7 August 1945.
SRH-089 14 Military and Political Plans for the Southern Pacific Area Formulated by the Japanese Prior to 14 August 1945, 24 August 1945.
SRH-090 46 Japan's Surrender Manoeuvers, 29 August 1945.
SRH-091 18 The Chunking-Yenan Controversy, Chronological Report, 8 September 1945.
SRH-092 28 Japan (Reaction to Defeat and Current Problems), 28 September 1945.
SRH-093 21 Sino-Japanese Relations (Japan's China Policy), 2 October 1945.
SRH-094 31 French Indo-China (Political Situation), 11 October 1945.
SRH-095 20 Recent Political Developments in French Indo-China, 6 April 1945.
SRH-096 14 Japanese Relations with the Remaining "Listening Posts" in Europe (May-mid-July 1945), 1 August 1945.
SRH-097 133 Proceedings of the Pacific Order of Battle Conference, 3-19 July 1944.
SRH-098 366 Report of Pacific Order of Battle Conference (Ground Forces), 15-18 August 1945.
SRH-099 155 History of the Intelligence Group, MIS (MID) W.D.G.S., 7 December 1941-6 September 1945, Graphic Presentation of Intelligence.
SRH-100 12 The Aftermath of Japanese Occupation of French Indo-China, (March-May 1945).
SRH-101 22 Estimated Disposition of Japanese Fleet, Naval Aircraft and Merchant Shipping, 13 August 1944 and 18 November 1944
SRH-102 42 Identifications, Locations and Command Functions of Significant Japanese Army/Navy Personnel.
SRH-103 23 Suicide Attack Squadron Organization, July 1945
SRH-104 15 Enemy Combat Ship Losses, 1 August 1945.
SRH-105 25 Japanese Swept Channels and Sunken Vessels as Indicated in Ultra. (maps), 18 August 1945.
SRH-106 3 Specific Instructions for the Handling and Dissemination of Special Intelligence. [25 January 1941].
SRH-107 42 Problems of the SSO System in World War II. [post-WWII].
SRH-110 58 Operations of the Military Intelligence Service, War Department, London (MIS WD London).
SRH-111 33 Magic Reports for the Attention of the President, 1943-1944.
SRH-112 47 Post Mortem Writings on Indications of Ardennes Offensive, December 1944.
SRH-113 29 Selected Documents Concerning O.S.S. operations in Lisbon, Spring 1943.
SRH-114 26 China's Position Today, 19 August 1945.
SRH-115 387 U.S. Army Investigations into the Handling of Certain Communications Prior to the Attack on Pearl Harbor, 1944-1945.
SRH-116 56 Origin, Functions and Problems of the Special Branch, M.I.S. [15 April 1943].
SRH-117 12 History of Special Branch, M.I.S., June 1944-September 1945.
SRH-118 421 Incidental Exhibits, RE Pearl Harbor Investigation, (MIS WDGS). [August 1944].
SRH-119 95 Military Intelligence Service, War Department, Special Security Office and other Correspondence Relating to Special Intelligence in the Pacific Ocean Area [5 September 1944 to 20 July 1945].
SRH-120 107 Utilization of American Indians as Communication Linguists. [13 October 1950].
SRH-121 45 Japanese Ship List "Know Your Enemy", 18 December 1944.
SRH-122 143 Japanese Messages Concerning the Hoshi Maru and Awa Maru, December 1944 through August 1945.
SRH-123 236 Brownell Committee Report, 28 December 1951.
SRH-124 212 Operational History of the 849th Signal Intelligence Service, Mediterranean Theater of Operations, United States Army. [27 July 1945].
SRH-125 75 Friedman, William T. Certain Aspects of "Magic" in the Cryptological Background of the Various Official Investigations Into the Pearl Harbor Attack.
SRH-126 47 History and Organization of PACMIRS, 6 September 1944-14 August 1945.
SRH-127 196 Use and Dissemination of Ultra in the Southwest Pacific Area, 1943-1945.
SRH-128 39 Study of Pearl Harbor Hearings, Military Intelligence Service, War Department, General Staff, 1947.
SRH-129 172 Japanese Order of Battle Bulletins, military Intelligence Service. [March-June 1944].
SRH-130 81 History of the Intelligence Group, Military Intelligence Service, WDGS Scientific Branch.
SRH-131   History of the Intelligence Group, Military Intelligence Service, WDGS Military Branch [Part I, 29 pp.; Part II, 226 pp.; Part III, 205 pp.; Part IV, 151 pp.; Part V, 144 pp.; Part VI, 161 pp.] [October 1945].
SRH-132 7 History of the Special Distribution Branch Military Intelligence Service, W.D.G.S., Part 3, Section 7. [January 1946].
SRH-134 29 Friedman, William T. Expansion of the Signal Intelligence Service from 1930-7 December 1941.
SRH-135 188 History of the Second Signal Service Battalion, 1939-1945.
SRH-136 715 Radio Intelligence in World War II, Tactical Operations in the Pacific Ocean Areas, December, 1942.
SRH-137 26 Unit History, 1st Radio Squadron, Mobile, U.S. Air Force Security Service, 1-31 August 1949 and 1 March-30 April 1950.
SRH-138 56 Unit History, 2nd Radio Squadron Mobile, U.S. Air Force Security Service, 1 February to 31 July 1949.
SRH-139 186 Unit History, 3rd Radio Squadron, Mobile, U.S. Air Force Security Service, 1 January-31 December 1950.
SRH-140 18 History of the "Language Liaison Group", Military Intelligence Service, War Department, 22 September 1945.
SRH-141   Papers from the Personal Files of Alfred McCormack, Colonel, AUS, Special Branch, G-2 Military Intelligence Branch, War Department. [Part I, 228 pp.; Part 2, 352 pp.] [5 February 1942 to 29 August 1945].
SRH-142 44 Russell, Commander Jerry C., Ultra and the Campaign Against the U-boats in World War II. [20 May 1980].
SRH-143 74 Smith, Tommy J., Ultra in the Battle of Britain: The Real Key to Success? [18 May 1980].
SRH-144   Radio Intelligence in World War II Tactical Operations in the Pacific Ocean Area, February 1943. [Part I, 331 pp.; Part II, 315 pp.].
SRH-146 9 Handling of Ultra Within the Military Intelligence Service (MIS), 1941-1943. [29 January 1946].
SRH-147 44 Communications Intelligence Summaries, 1 November-6 December 1941, Commandant, 14th Naval District, United States Navy.
SRH-148 11 General Information on Local Ultra Picture as Background for Signal Intelligence Conference, 6 March 1944.
SRH-149 25 Safford, Laurance F., A Brief History of Communications Intelligence in the United States.
SRH-150 5 The Birthday of the Naval Security Group. [History to 1968].
SRH-151 26 Military Study, Communication Intelligence Research Activities, 30 June 1937.
SRH-152 13 Historical Review of OP-20-G. [17 February 1944].
SRH-153 20 MIS, War Department, Liaison Activities in the UK, 1943-1945. [12 October 1945].
SRH-154 48 Signal Intelligence Disclosures in the Pearl Harbor Investigations. [1 July 1947].
SRH-155 59 Intelligence Summaries, Japanese Shipping, January-February 1943.
SRH-156 98 Weekly Listing of Merchant Vessels Sunk in Far Eastern Waters, 14 December 1944-15 March 1945. PSIS 120-2-PSIS 120-14.
SRH-157 67 Monthly Listing of Sinkings of Japanese Ships, April-September 1945. PSIS 121-1 [through] 121-6.
SRH-158   A List of Japanese Merchant Ships Second Edition, PSIS 100-1, 1 February 1945. [Part I, Abe M. to Kyu-Urakaze M., 330 pp.; Part II, Lai Hsing to Zyno M. 283 pp.]
SRH-159 9 Preliminary Historical Report on the Solution of the "B" Machine. [14 October 1940].
SRH-160 37 History of Weather Unit (1942-1943).
SRH-161 10 Permanent Organization for Code and Cipher Investigation and Attack (Plans for M.I. 8). [May 1919].
SRH-162 15 History of Security Monitoring, WWI to 1955.
SRH-163 111 Joint Army-Navy Assessment Committee (JANAC), Miscellaneous Memoranda, 1943-1947.
SRH-164 65 Memoranda from COMINCH, (F-20) to Joint Army-Navy Assessment Committee (JANAC), 1944-1945.
SRH-165   Memoranda from Office of Naval Communications to Joint Army-Navy Assessment Committee (JANAC), 1943-1944. [Part I, 1943-1944, 245 pp.; Part II, 1945, 404 pp.; Part III, 1946, 205 pp.].
SRH-166   Joint Army-Navy Assessment Committee (JANAC), Memoranda to Office of Naval Communication. [Part 1, September 1944-May 1946, 331 pp.; Part 2, April 1946-January 1946, 322 pp.].
SRH-167 34 Memoranda from Army Signal Corps to Joint Army-Navy Assessment Committee (JANAC), 1945-1946.
SRH-168   Agenda Minutes/Assessments, Joint Army-Navy Assessment Committee (JANAC). [Part I, meetings 1-12, 15 February-23 December 1943, 271 pp.; Part II, meetings 13-20, 18 February-11 August 1944, 302 pp.; Part III, meetings 21-28, 24 August-15 December 1944, 352 pp.; Part IV, meetings 29-36, 5 January-13 April 1945, 332 pp.; Part V, meetings 37-44, 20 April-9 November 1945, 373 pp.; Part VI, meetings 45-47, 30 November 1945-17 January 1946, 311 pp.; Part VII, meetings 48-51, 25 February-1 May 1946, 297 pp.; Part VIII, meetings 52-55, 11 June-25 July 1945, 290 pp.; Part IX, meetings 56-66, 9 August 1946-23 January 1946, 294 pp.].
SRH-169 73 Centralized Control of U.S. Army Signal Intelligence Activities. [1945].
SRH-170   Shipping and Economic Notes, Military Intelligence Service, War Department. [Part I, Indices, 84 pp.; Part II, 18 October 1944-15 January 1945, 475 pp.; Part III, 22 January-25 March 1945, 4236 pp.; Part IV, 1-16 April 1945, 466 pp.; Part V, 20 April-1 May 1945, 452 pp.; Part VI, 2-15 May 1945, 440 pp.; Part VII, 18-30 May 1945, 457 pp.; Part VIII, 2-16 June 1945, 424 pp.; Part IX, 19 June-2 July 1945, 459 pp.; Part X, 4-18 July 1945, 445 pp.; Part XI, 19 July-4 August 1945, 500 pp.; Part XII, 8-10 August 1945, 578 pp.; Part XIII, 28 August-28 September 1945, 286 pp.].
SRH-171 64 Navy Department, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Secondary Course in Cryptanalysis. [1939].
SRH-172   OCSigO Signal Security Agency, Japanese Army Order of Battle Information, 5 October 1943-31 May 1944. [Part I, 5 October-7 December 1943, 410 pp.; Part II, 8 December 1943-25 January 1944, 385 pp.; Part III, 26 January-25 March 1944, 386 pp.; Part IV, 27 March-31 May 1944, 377 pp.].
SRH-173   OCSigO Signal Security Agency, Japanese Order of Battle, First Edition, (15 March 1944). [Part I, 341 pp.; Part II, 428 pp.].
SRH-174   OCSigO Signal Security Agency, Japanese Order of Battle, Second Edition, (31 March 1945. [Part I, 405 pp.; Part II 443 pp.].
SRH-175   Signal Security Agency, Japanese Order of Battle, 26 May 1944-31 March 1945. [Part I, 26 May-17 November 1944, 471 pp.; Part II, 18 November 1944-31 March 1945, 473 pp.].
SRH-176   OCSigO Signal Security Agency, Japanese Order of Battle, Fifth Edition, (12 January 1945). [Part I, 361 pp.; Part II, 358 pp.; Part III, 315 pp.; Part IV, 316 pp.].
SRH-177 16 Interrogation of Japanese Concerning Possible Broadcast of the "Winds Execute" Messages, October-November 1945.
SRH-178 10 Radio Security Station, Marine Detachment, Peking, China, 1927-1935.
SRH-179 50 Radio Security Station (STA "A"), 4th Marine Regiment, Shanghai, China, 1924-1929/1935-1940. [photo album and map].
SRH-180 100 U.S. Naval Pre-World War II Radio Intelligence Activities in the Philippine Islands. [1929-1945].
SRH-181   OCSigO Signal Security Agency, Japanese Order of Battle, Fourth Edition, (10 October 1944). [Part I, 273 pp.; Part II, 292 pp.; Part III, 323 pp.; Part IV, 223 pp.; Part V, 233 pp.].
SRH-182 29 U.S. Naval Communications, Supplementary Activity, Vaitogi, Samoa, 1939-1947.
SRH-183 31 OCSigO Signal Security Agency, Location of Japanese Military Installations, 14 December 1944.
SRH-184   CNO, Pacific Intelligence Section, Allied Claims and Enemy Confirmation of Damage to Japanese Ships (January 1943-September 1945. [Part I, January-September 1943, 298 pp.; Part II, October-December 1943, 317 pp.; Part III, January-February 1944, 205 pp.; Part IV, March-May 1944, 287 pp.; Part V, June-July 1944, 220 pp.; Part VI, August-October 1944, 464 pp.; Part VII, November-December 1944, 261 pp.; Part VIII, January-February 1945, 202 pp.; Part IX, March-April 1945, 348 pp.; Part X, May-August 1945, 324 pp.].
SRH-185 85 War Experience of Alfred McCormack. [31 July 1947].
SRH-186 34 U.S. Naval Supplementary Radio Station ,Iwo Jima, March-December 1945.
SRH-187 9 U.S. Naval Supplementary Radio Station, Palmyra Island, Territory of Hawaii, 28 April 1942-16 January 1946.
SRH-188 8 U.S. Navy Strategic Radio Direction Finder Station, Guadalcanal, November 1942-4 December 1944.
SRH-189 19 U.S. Naval Supplementary Radio Station, Johnston Island, 1 December 1942-1 January 1946.
SRH-190 6 U.S. Navy Strategic Radio Direction Finder Station, Tarawa Atoll, 13-19 December 1943--27 November 1944.
SRH-191 8 U.S. Navy Supplementary Radio Station, Kwajalein, 29 February 1944-8 December 1945.
SRH-192 32 U.S. Naval Supplementary Radio Station, Manus Island, 17 June 1944-10 October 1945.
SRH-193 20 U.S. Naval Radio Direction Finder Station, Morotai Island, 24 January-3 February 1945.
SRH-194 6 U.S. Naval Supplementary Radio Station, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 16 July-17 September 1945.
SRH-195   War Department (MID) Military Intelligence Service, Japanese Ground Forces Order of Battle Bulletins. [Part I, 7 April-2 June 1945, 405 pp.; Part II, 9 June-11 August 1945, 394 pp.].
SRH-196 25 Reports on the Activities of Dr. Marshall Stone in the China, Burma and India Theaters, 20 January-31 March 1945.
SRH-197 44 U.S. Navy Communication Intelligence Organization, Liaison and Collaboration, 1941-1945.
SRH-198 47 File of Messages Exchanged with U.S. Military Mission to Moscow. [25 October 1945].
SRH-199 122 Japanese Army Shipping Organization, 1 March 1945, Military Intelligence Service, War Department.
SRH-200   OP-2-G File On Army-Navy Collaboration, 1931-1945. [Part I, 18 July 1931-31 May 1944, 345 pp.; Part 2, 9 June-11 August 1945, 294 pp.].
SRH-201 210 A Collection of German U-Boat Admonition/Experience Messages (1943-1945), OP-20-G.
SRH-202 17 Location of Principal Combat Ships (Japanese), 22 September-29 December 1944 OP-20-G.
SRH-203   General Headquarters, Southwest Pacific Area, Military Intelligence Section, General Staff, Special Intelligence Bulletins. [Part 1, No. 1-209, 2 May 1943-30 November 1943, 350 pp.; Part 2, No. 210-329, 1 December 1943-31 March 1944, 354 pp.; Part 3, No. 330-390, 1 April 1944-31 May 1944, 187 pp.].
General Headquarters, Southwest Pacific Area, Military Intelligence Section, G-2, Ultra Intelligence Bulletins. [Part 4, No. 391-510, 1 June-30 September 1944, 467 pp.; Part 5, No. 511-599, 1 October-28 December 1944, 427 pp.].
Part 6, GHQ, SWPA, Military Intelligence Section, G-2, Ultra Intelligence Summaries. [No. 1-137, 15 April-29 August 1945, 575 pp.].
SRH-204 600 A List of Japanese Merchant Ships, First Edition -- July 1944, and First Supplement -- August 1944, OP-20-G.
SRH-205 49 OP-20-GA Compendium of Available Italian Submarine Message Translations (30 January-10 September 1943).
SRH-206 15 U.S. Navy (OP-20), Report on Orange Navy's Reaction to Changkufeng Incident, August 28, 1938.
SRH-207 106 Evacuation of USN COMINT Personnel from Corregidor in WWII. [post WWII].
SRH-208   United States Navy Submarine Warfare Message Reports, COMINCH to Admiralty. [Part I, 3 June 1942-31 May 1943, Serials 1-118, 122 pp.; Part II, 1 June 1943-30 December 1943, Serials 119-249, 141 pp.; Part III, 1 January 1944-31 May 1944, Serials 250-324, 80 pp.; Part IV, 2 June 1944-9 June 1945, Serials 325-458 160 pp.].
SRH-210 60 Collection of Papers Related to the "Winds Execute" Message, U.S. Navy, 1945. [December 1945].
SRH-211 36 Japanese Radio Communications and Radio Intelligence, CINCPAC-CINCPOA Bulletin 5-45, 1 January 1945.
SRH-212 24 Elementary Cipher Solution, Navy Department, Office of Chief of Naval Operations, Code and Signal Section, 1930.
SRH-213 40 Office of Operations Bulletins, Office of Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department, 1935-1941. [cryptography and cryptanalysis]
SRH-214 44 Elementary Course in Cryptanalysis, Office of Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department, Circa 1939.
SRH-215 51 U.S. Navy, Communication Security Group, Training Pamphlet No. 17, Ciphers, 1937.
SRH-216 73 Elementary Course in Cryptanalysis, Office of Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department, Circa 1940.
SRH-217 167 U.S. Navy Basic Course in Elementary Cryptanalysis, 1941-1942.
SRH-218 99 Navy Department, Elementary Course in Cryptanalysis, 1946.
SRH-219 66 Ultra Material in the Blamey Papers. [June 1945].
SRH-220   Messages Between U.S./Philippine Guerilla Forces and HQ, SWPA, (December 1942-November 1943). [Part I, 67 pp.; Part II, 536 pp.; Part III, 543 pp.; Part IV, 330 pp.; Part V, 518 pp.; Part VI, 186 pp.].
SRH-221 21 SIS Activities of Captain Harrison and Captain Koerner, ETO 1944-1945.
SRH-222 212 OP-20 Report on Japanese Grand Fleet Maneuvers (May-June 1930).
SRH-223 280 Various Reports on Japanese Grand Fleet Maneuvers (June-August 1933).
SRH-224 120 Various Reports on Japanese Grand Fleet Maneuvers (August-October 1934.)
SRH-225 81 Various Reports on Japanese Grand Fleet Maneuvers (July-September 1935).
SRH-226 16 Japanese Naval Reserve Communications Intelligence Specialists (1941-1945). [July 1945].
SRH-227 105 Unit History, 126th Signal Radio Intelligence Company, February 1941-September 1945.
SRH-228 398 Histories of Radio Intelligence Units, European Theater of Operations, September 1944-March 1945, Vol. I.
SRH-229 210 History of the 136th Radio Security Detachment, 7 February 1942-30 April 1946.
SRH-230 10 The Role of COMINT in the Battle of Midway. [June 1972].
SRH-231 115 Japanese Reports on Monitoring of Allied Wireless Communications in the Philippines (January-November 1943).
SRH-232 10 U.S. Navy COMINCH, Radio Intelligence Appreciations Concerning German U-boat Activity in Far East (January-April 1945).
SRH-233 46 United States Navy, Director of Naval Communications, Memoranda on the Congressional Investigations of the Attack on Pearl Harbor. [December 1946].
SRH-234 69 The Zimmerman Telegram and Related Papers. [1970].
SRH-235 6 COMINT Contributions, Submarine Warfare in WWII, 17 June 1947, VADM C.A. Lockwood, USN, COMSUBPAC.
SRH-236   United States Navy, Submarine Warfare Message Reports, Admiralty to COMINCH. [Part I, 24 May 1942-31 December 1942, Serials 001-170, 256 pp.; Part II, 1 January 1943-31 March 1943, Serials 171-382,, 310 pp.; Part III, 1 April 1943-30 June 1943, Serials 383-540, 283 pp.; Part IV, 1 July 1943-20 September 1943, Serials 541-676, 252 pp.; Part V, 1 October 1943-31 December 1943, Serials 677-857, 340 pp.; Part VI, 2 January 1944-30 March 1944, Serials 858-1045, 356 pp.; Part VII, 1 April 1944-29 June 1944, Serials 1047-1197, 262 pp.; Part VIII, 1 July 1944-30 December 1944, Serials 1198-1468, 322 pp.; Part IX, 2 January 1945-12 June 1945, Serials 1469-1678, 266 pp.; Part X, U-boat Situation Reports Part 2, 23 May 1942-19 April 1943, 162 pp.].
SRH-237 35 Geiger-Muller Counter for Detection of Radioactive Secret Ink, 1941-1945.
SRH-238 24 MIS/SSA, Axis Analysis of Over-the-Hump U.S. Air Transport Traffic, 15 June 1945.
SRH-239 28 War Department, MIS, Japanese Army Signal Centers and Officer Lists, 1 September 1945.
SRH-240 30 Detachment B, 5th Radio Squadron Mobile, Weekly R/T Technical Summary, 19-25 November 1944; 17-23 December 1944.
SRH-241 191 Historical Data Report, 26th Radio Squadron Mobile, 1 January 1953-30 June 1954.
SRH-242 317 History of the 12th Radio Squadron, Mobile, 1 January 1951-31 December 1951; 1 January 1953-31 March 1953.
SRH-243 101 Historical Report, 15th Radio Squadron, Mobile, 1 April-30 December 1951; 1 August-31 December 1954.
SRH-244 271 Historical Report, 8th Radio Squadron, Mobile, 21 November 1947-28 February 1954.
SRH-245 123 Historical Data Report, 6961st Communications Squadron, 1 January 1953-31 December 1953.
SRH-246 28 Historical Data Report, 6962nd Supply Squadron, 1 September-31 December 1953.
SRH-247 70 Historical Data Report, 34th Radio Squadron Mobile, 1 January-30 September 1953.
SRH-248 113 Historical Data Report, 1st Communications Security Squadron, 8-31 December 1953.
SRH-249 52 History of the 32nd Communications Security Squadron, 1 July-31 December 1953.
SRH-250 49 Historical Data Report, 84th Radio Squadron Mobile, 1 January 1953-31 December 1954.
SRH-251 10 History of Communications Security in Korea, September 1950-July 1953.
SRH-252 219 Hurt, John B., A Version of the Japanese Problem in the Special Intelligence Service (later Signal Security Agency), 1930-1945.
SRH-253 6 Historical Data Report, 85th Radio Squadron Mobile, 8-31 December 1953.
SRH-254 172 The Japanese Intelligence System MIS/WSGS, 4 September 1945.
SRH-255 85 Oral History Interview with Mr. Robert D. Ogg. [May 1983].
SRH-256 71 Attack on the U.S.S. Liberty.
SRH-257 330 Analysis of Japanese Air Operations During Okinawa Campaign. [October 1945].
SRH-258 361 Japanese Army Air Forces Order-of-Battle, 1945.
SRH-259 101 OP-20-G File of Reports on Japanese Naval Air Order of Battle (World War II). [June 1944].
SRH-260 238 OP-20-G File of Memoranda, Reports and Messages on German Blockade Runners (World War II) (1943-1944).
SRH-262 42 Japanese Minor Combatant Vessels Used for Deep-Sea Escort, `1 June 1945, Pacific Strategic Intelligence Section, OP-20.
SRH-263 21 Japanese Submarine Sinkings During WWII, OP-23. [November 1945].
SRH-264 93 A Lecture on Communications Intelligence by Capt. J.N. Wenger, USN, 14 August 1946.
SRH-265 96 Status of Japanese Naval Vessels as of November 1945, CINCPAC/CINCPOA.
SRH-266 67 Japanese Signal Intelligence Service, Third Edition (SSA, 1 November 1944).
SRH-267 28 History of Engineering Research Associates. [16 August 1946].
SRH-268 11 Advanced Intelligence Centers in the U.S. Navy, June 1942.
SRH-269 6 U.S. ARmy COMINT Policy: Pearl Harbor to Summer 1942.
SRH-270 5 Army-Navy-FBI COMINT Agreements of 1942.
SRH-271 9 Presidential Memorandum on Communications Intelligence Activities.
SRH-272 124 CINCPAC, Enemy Activities File, April-May 1942.
SRH-275 159 OP-20-G File of Fleet Radio Unit, Melbourne (Frumel), 28 June 1943-2 September 1945.
SRH-276 162 Centralized Control of U.S. Army Signal Intelligence Activities, 30 January 1939-16 April 1945.
SRH-277 52 A Lecture on Communications Intelligence, By RADM E.E. Stone, DIRAGFA, 5 June 1951.
SRH-278 193 War Diary Combat Intelligence Unit (Pacific-1942). [7 Dec 1941-25 July 1942].
SRH-279 86 OP-20-G File, Communication Intelligence Organization, 1942-1946.
SRH-280 241 An Exhibit of the Important Types of Intelligence Recovered Through Reading Japanese Cryptograms.. [August 1944].
SRH-281 281 United States Navy File of Correspondence with Department of State, 1919-1950.
SRH-282 147 Friedman, William D., Military Cryptanalysis Part I--Monoalphabetic Substitution Systems. [1938].
SRH-283 124 Friedman, William D., Military Cryptanalysis Part II -- Simpler Varieties of Polyalphabetic Substitutions. [1938].
SRH-284 540 OP-20G Radio Intelligence in WWII, Submarine Operations in the Pacific Ocean Areas, November 1943.
SRH-285 147 OP-20G Radio Intelligence in WWII, Submarine Operations in the Pacific Ocean Areas, December 1943.
SRH-286 247 OP-20G Radio Intelligence in WWII, Submarine Operations in the Pacific Ocean Areas, January-February 1944 (in part).
SRH-287 447 OP-20G Radio Intelligence in WWII, Tactical Operations in the Pacific Ocean Areas (Appendix only), March 1943.
SRH-288 518 OP-20G Radio Intelligence in WWII, Tactical Operations in the Pacific Ocean Areas April 1943.
SRH-289 153 The Employment of Mobile Radio Intelligence Units by Command Afloat During WWII. [February 1942 to August 1945].
SRH-290 6 U.S. Naval Direction Finder Station, Soapstone Point, Alaska. [1921-1938].
SRH-291 9 U.S. Naval Communications Station, Guam, Station B. [1929-1941].
SRH-292 26 U.S. Naval Radio Direction Finder Station, Point St. George, Crescent City, California, [1923-1944].
SRH-293 14 U.S. Naval Radio Station, Astoria, Oregon. [1932-1939].
SRH-294 8 U.S. Naval HFDF Station, Chincoteague Island, Virginia. [1942-1943].
SRH-295 30 U.S. Naval HFDF Station, Sitka, Alaska.. [1938-1954].
SRH-296 12 U.S. Naval HFDF Station, Farallon Islands, California.. [1923-1942].
SRH-297 29 U.S. Naval HFDF Station, Point Arguello, California. [1906-1943].
SRH-298 7 U.S. Naval HFDF Station, Cape Lookout, North Carolina. [1935-1942].
SRH-299 37 U.S. Naval Supplementary Radio Station, Jan Mayen Island, November 1943-December 1945.
SRH-300 8 U.S. Naval SUPRAD Station, Antigua, British West Indies. [1943-1944].
SRH-301 33 U.S. Naval Supplementary Radio Station, Port Isabel, Texas. [1942-1945].
SRH-302 61 U.S. Naval SUPRADSTA, Poyner's Hill, Poplar Branch, North Carolina, 1920-15 July 1945.
SRH-303 15 Naval Supplementary Radio Station, Otter Point, Umnak Island, Alaska. [1941-1945].
SRH-304 11 U.S. Naval HFDF Station, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. [1942-1945].
SRH-305 34 Safford, L.F., The Undeclared War,, "History of P.I.", 15 November 1943.
SRH-306 151 OP-20G, Exploits and Commendations, World War II. [1942-1948].
SRH-307 66 G.H.Q., SWPA, Special Intelligence Precis. [February-November 1943].
SRH-308 26 Fleet Radio Unit Detachment, Cooktown, Australia. [1943-1944].
SRH-309   Pacific Ocean Mobile Radio Intelligence Unit Reports, 1945. [Part I, 241 pp.; Part II, 282 pp.; Part III, 349 pp.].
SRH-310 61 German Military Ciphers from February to November 1918.
SRH-311 35 Principles of Solution of Military Field Codes Used by the German Army in 1917.
SRH-312 29 U.S. Naval HFDF Station, Exmouth Gulf, Australia, May 1943-November 1944.
SRH-313 42 Pacific Ocean Mobile Radio Intelligence Unit Reports, 1942.
SRH-314 120 Pacific Ocean Mobile Radio Intelligence Unit Reports, 1944.
SRH-316 33 U.S. Naval Supplementary Radio Station, Adelaide River, Northern Territory, 25 March 1943-21 September 1945.
SRH-317 308 Pacific Ocean Mobile Radio Intelligence Unit Reports, 1943.
SRH-318 395 U.S. Navy Reports on Japanese Grand Fleet Maneuvers, 1936.
SRH-319 14 Various Reports on Japanese Grand Fleet Maneuvers, 1937.
SRH-320 59 Various Reports on Japanese Grand Fleet Maneuvers, 1927-1929.
SRH-323   COMINCH, Combat Intelligence Division, File on Hospital Ships, January 12, 1943-April 30, 1945. [Part I, General File, January 12, 1943-April 30, 1945, 192 pp.; Part II, Submarine Patrol Reports Related to Hospital Ships, 305 pp.; Part III, File on Misuse of Hospital Ships by the Japanese Navy, 143 pp.].
SRH-324 284 U.S. Navy Pacific Ocean Mobile Radio Intelligence Units, Related Correspondence, 1943-1945.
SRH-326 60 U.S. Naval Radio Station, Libugon, Guam. [1926-1938].
SRH-327 106 Studies in German Diplomatic Codes Employed During the World War. [WWI] [1937].
SRH-335 88 The Contribution of the Cryptographic Bureaus in the World War. [wwi] [1935].
SRH-341 61 Latin American Clandestine Radio, 1942.
SRH-348 31 U.S. Navy Mobile Radio Intelligence in the European Theater, WWII, 1944-1945.
SRH-348A 87 U.S. Navy Mobile Radio Intelligence in the European Theater, WWII, June 1941-July 1945.
SRH-349 116 The Achievements of the Signal Security Agency in World War II. [February 20, 1946].
SRH-352 26 U.S. Naval Radio Station, Dutch Harbor, Unalaska Island, Alaska. [1937-1043].
SRH-355 699 Naval Security Group History to World War II (Part II). [1916-1938].
SRH-357 235 History, Signal Intelligence Division (ETO), June 1942-July 1945.
SRH-360 189 History of Invention and Development of the Mark II ECM (Electric Cipher Machine).
SRH-362 422 History of the Signal Security Agency, Volume Three, the Japan Army Problems: Cryptanalysis 1942-1945.
SRH-364   History of the Signal Security Agency, Volume One, 1939-1945. [Part I, 240 pp.; Part II, 1942-1945, 360 pp.].
SRH-365 49 History of Signal Intelligence Division of the Signal Office, AFMIDPAC, 1941-1945.
SRH-367 92 A Preliminary Analysis of the Role of Decryption Intelligence in the Operational Phase of the Battle of the Atlantic, U.S. Navy OEG Report #66, 8/20/51.
SRH-368 113 Evaluation of the Role of Decryption Intelligence in the Operational Phase of the Battle of the Atlantic, U.S. Navy OEG Report #68, 1952.
SRH-369 33 Selected Documents From OKL/Director General of Signals (Third Reich).. [1945].
SRH-370 5 Order Concerning Cryptanalytic and Cipher Work (Third Reich), 1944.
SRH-371 6 Designations of German Intercept Stations (Third Reich). [4/28/43].
SRH-372 11 Memoranda on Allied Order of Battle as Obtained From Radio Intercept (Third Reich). [February-March 1942].
SRH-373 97 Correspondence Between OKW/CHI and Intercept Stations (Third Reich) [1939-1944].
SRH-374 11 W/T Report of German Tanker "Altmark" (Third Reich), 1940.
SRH-375 4 German and Italian Correspondence on Miscellaneous Cyphers (WWII). [1941].
SRH-376 5 Observations on French Diplomatic Style (Third Reich). [1941].
SRH-377 5 Order of Battle of OKW/CHI (Third Reich), 1945.
SRH-378 40 Radio Situation Reports, Army Group South (Third Reich), 1941.
SRH-379 14 The German Navy Signal Intelligence Service (Third Reich), 1944.
SRH-380 58 Final Report on the "Rote Kapelle" Case (Third Reich). 22 December 1942.
SRH-385 20 Soviet Long Range Bomber Force (Third Reich). [November 1944].
SRH-389 18 Speech Scrambler and other items (Third Reich). [1942].
SRH-391 216 American Signal Intelligence in Northwest Africa and Western Europe. [WWII].
SRH-403 81 Selections from the Cryptologic Papers Collection of Rear Admiral J.N. Wenger, USN. [1943-1953].
SRH-404 43 Notes on the Liaison Service and the Liaison Intelligence Service of the Germany Army Service During the World War. [WWI].
SRH-405   History of the Signal Intelligence Division, European Theater of Operations, United States Army, Narrative History. [Volume I, Part I, 304 pp.; Volume I, Part II, 362 pp.; Volume I, Part III, 227 pp.; Appendix A, Technical History, 196 pp.; Appendix B, Part I, Exhibits and Appendices, 188 pp.].
SRH-406 186 Pre-Pearl Harbor Japanese Naval Dispatches. [September-4 December 1941].
SRH-409 14 Observations on Signal Intelligence Gained From North African Theater of Operations. [December 1943].
SRH-410 71 List of Named Japanese Ships.. [WWII--after 3 July 1943].
SRH-411 43 Reports of the Press Dispatches of Rodriquez Francisco Lucientes, January 1943.
SRH-414 51 Messages from Various Posts to Tokyo on U.S. Fleet Movements, 1940-1941.
SRH-415 24 Haruna Messages From Various Japanese Offices Abroad Signaling Destruction of Codes, December 1941.
Discrete Records of Historical Cryptologic Import: U.S. Army

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SRMA-005 36 Enemy Analysis of Allied Communications, 15 December 1944.
SRMA-006 7 Use of Balloons by Japanese, WWII. [1944-1945].
SRMA-010 6 French Knowledge of German Cryptanalysis, 1927.
SRMA-011 452 SSS/SSA/ASA, Staff Meeting Minutes, 25 November 1942-17 February 1948.
SRMA-015 35 Surrender on the Air. [Japan] [19 August 1945].
Discrete Records of Historical Cryptologic Import: Joint Server and/or U.S. Government Cryptologic Agencies

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SRMD-001 136 Estimates of Empire Air Distribution, 5 June-14 August 1945.
SRMD-002 160 War Plans Section Comments on Communication Intelligence Summaries, Joint Intelligence Center Pacific Ocean Area (JICPOA), 21 June-2 December 1942.
SRMD-003 43 Summary of Orange Ship Traffic by Ports for December 1942.
SRMD-004 30 Combined Communications Board, Washington Subtractor Table for Use With the Combined Field Code Pacific and Australian Edition. [1 June 1944].
SRMD-005 519 United States Navy File of SIGTOT Messages From JICPOA Estimates Section to CINCPAC Advanced Headquarters, March-August 1945.
SRMD-006 285 United States Navy File of SIGTOT Messages CINCPAC Advanced Headquarters to JICPOA, Estimates Section, March-August 1945.
SRMD-007   JICPOA, Summary of ULTRA Traffic. [Part I, 11 September-31 December 1944,, 332 pp.; Part II, 1 January-31 March 1945, 240 pp.; Part III, 1 April-30 June 194, 254 pp.; Part IV, 1 July-31 August 1945, 145 pp.].
SRMD-008 262 JICPOA, Analysis of Enemy Shipping, Mining and Mine Countermeasures, 15 February-17 August 1945.
SRMD-009 449 JICPOA/F-22 File of Administrative Letters/Correspondence, January 1942-September 1945.
SRMD-010   Joint Intelligence Center Pacific Ocean Area (JICPOA), Estimate of Enemy Distribution and Intentions. [Part I, April 1943-July 1944, 338 pp.; Part II, August 1944-August 1945, 300 pp.].
SRMD-011 272 JICPOA, Estimate of Japanese Army and Navy Fighter Deployment, 8 Aug 1944-23 April 1945.
SRMD-012 233 JICPOA, Enemy Combat Ship Losses, 1 January 1944-1 August 1945.
SRMD-013 112 JICPOA, Japanese Merchant Ship Losses, December 1941-April 1944.
SRMD-014 53 JICPOA, Various Reports and Memoranda on Mining, April 1944-January 1945.
SRMD-015 128 Reports and Memoranda on a Variety of Intelligence Subjects, January 1943-August 1945.
SRMD-016   JICPOA, Weekly Location Report, (Japanese Fleet, Air Forces, Ground Forces), July 1942-August 1945. [Part 1, July-October 1942, 273 pp.; Part 2, November-December 1942, 303 pp.; Part 3, January-March 1943, 446 pp.; Part 4, April-June 1943, 502 pp.; Part 5, July-September 1943, 516 pp.; Part 6, October-December 1943, 569 pp.; Part 7, January-February 1944, 420 pp.; Part 8, March-April 1944, 406 pp.; Part 9, May-June 1944, 403 pp.; Part 10, July-August 1944, 499 pp.; Part 11, September-October 1944, 521 pp.; Part 12, November-December 1944, 491 pp.; Part 13, January-February 1945, 493 pp.; Part 14, March-April 1945, 516 pp.; Part 15, May-June 1945, 531 pp.; Part 16, July-August 1945, 554 pp.].
SRMD-017 102 Fundamentals of Traffic Analysis (Radio Telegraph), October 1948.
SRMD-019 73 The Panay Incident. [1970].
 
SRMF-001 28 HQ XXI Bomber Command, Memoranda Concerning Enemy Reaction to U.S. Bombing Missions, 24 January-10 March 1945.
Discrete Records of Historical Cryptologic Import: U.S. Navy

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SRMN-001 13 Military Study of Facsimile, by J.N. Wegner, Lt., USN, 1938?
SRMN-002 9 Convoy Routes of Japanese Merchant, Tanker and Combatant Ships in the Pacific Area, December 1, 1943-October 1944. [Four pages are folded charts].
SRMN-003 9 Instructions for Safeguarding and Using Navy Cipher Box, Mark II 1918.
SRMN-004 113 OP-20G, File of CINCPAC Intelligence Bulletins (16 March-1 June 1942).
SRMN-005 270 OP-20-G, File of Memoranda and Reports Relating to the Battle of Midway. [May 20 1942 to 30 June 1943].
SRMN-006 286 Royal Australian Navy Support to United States Navy through Australian Commonwealth Naval Board Summaries/Translations of Japanese Messages, February-December 1942.
SRMN-007 188 Japanese Espionage Activities in the United States, 1941-1943.
SRMN-008 370 United States Navy, CINCPAC and COMFOURTEEN, CI Bulletins/Radio Digests, 1 March-31 December 1942.
SRMN-009 383 United States Navy, CINCPAC Fleet Intelligence Summaries, 22 June 1942-8 May 1943.
SRMN-010 141 United States Navy, Course in Elementary Cryptanalysis, 1941-1942.
SRMN-011 385 United States Navy, Elementary Course in Cryptanalysis, 1948-1950.
SRMN-012   Combat Intelligence Unit, 14th Naval District, Traffic Intelligence Summaries with Comments by CINCPAC War Plans/Fleet Intelligence Sections, 16 July 1941-30 June 1942. [Part I, 16 Jul.-31 Dec. 1941, 308 pp.; Part II, 1 Jan.-31 Mar. 1942, 592 pp.; Part III, 1 Apr. 30-June. 1942, 826 pp.].
SRMN-013   United States Navy Commander in Chief, Pacific Intelligence Bulletins #78-#666, 1 June 1942-28 September 1945. [Part I, #78-#345, 1 Jun. 1942-23 Feb. 1943, 393 pp.; Part II, #345-#471, 24 Feb.-30 Jun. 1943, 227 pp.; Part III, #534-#655, 1 Sep..-31 Dec. 1943, 383 pp.; Part IV, 1 Jan.-30 Jun. 1944, 414 pp.; Part V, 1 Jul.-30 Sep. 1944, 378 pp.; Part VI, 1 Oct.-31 Dec. 1944, 484 pp.; Part VII, 1 Jan.-31 Mar. 1945, 480 pp.; Part VIII, 1 Apr.-31 May 1945, 428 pp.; Part IX, 1 Jun.-31 Jul. 1945, 351 pp.; Part X, 1 Aug.-23 Sep. 1945, 345 pp.].
SRMN-014 54 United States Navy, FRUPAC "GI Manual", 3 February 1944.
SRMN-015 44 United States Navy, The Establishment of Advanced Intelligence Centers, May 1942-August 1943.
SRMN-016 204 U.S. Navy, COMINCH (F-22), File of Intelligence and Liaison, Pacific Area (BESAW), 10 September 1943-21 November 1945.
SRMN-017 639 U.S. Navy, CINCPAC/CINCPOA, Japanese Repatriation Ship Movements. [Part I, 30 September 1945-22 November 1945, 319 pp.; Part II, 23 November 1945-15 February 1946, 326 pp.].
SRMN-018 22 U.S. Navy, (OP-20-G), West Coast Communications Intelligence Activities, Policies and Procedures, 20 June 1942-26 December 1943.
SRMN-019 83 U.S. Navy, (CINCPAC/CINCPOA), Estimate of Enemy Situation, 30 June 1944-27 August 1945.
SRMN-020 79 U.S. Navy, (CINCPAC/CINCPOA), Estimate of Enemy Strength in the Carolines-Marianas and Adjacent Areas, 20 March-31 July 1944.
SRMN-021 105 U.S. Navy, (CINCPAC/CINCPOA), Estimate of Enemy Strength in the Marshalls, Gilberts and Adjacent Areas, 6 September-27 December 1943.
SRMN-022 314 U.S. Navy, (COMINCH, F-21), Log of Attacks on U-Boats, 6 November 1942-30 December 1943.
SRMN-022A 290 U.S. Navy, (COMINCH, F-21), Log of Attacks on U-Boats, 1 January 1944-5 May 1945.
SRMN-023   U.S. Navy, (COMINCH, F-21), Log of U-Boat Attacks. [Part I, 4 November 1942-31 December 1943, 297 pp.; Part II, 1 January 1944-10 May 1945, 285 pp.].
SRMN-024 6 U.S. Navy, CINCPAC/CINCPOA), Enemy Reaction to Nansei Shoto and Formosa Air Strikes, (Special Report), 20 October 1944.
SRMN-025 107 U.S. Navy, (CINCPAC/CINCPOA), Post War Summaries of Status of Japanese Naval Vessels (Sunk and Afloat), November 1945.
SRMN-026 14 U.S. Navy, (CINCPAC/CINCPOA), Estimate of Empire Approaches and Combat Air Strength, 20 December 1944.
SRMN-027 515 U.S. Navy, Estimated Disposition of Japanese Fleet, Aircraft Merchant\Shipping and Economic Notes, 2 December 1944-3 August 1945.
SRMN-028   U.S. Navy, Reports of the West Coast HF/DF Strategical Net. [Part I, 1 July-31 December 1942, 447 pp.; Part II, 1 January-30 April 1943, 530 pp.; Part III, 1 May-13 August 1945, 531 pp.]
SRMN-029 67 U.S. Navy, Daily Radio Intelligence Summaries Net Control, West Coast R.I. Net, 22 August-1 September 1943.
SRMN-030 121 COMINCH File of Biweekly Messages on U-Boat Trends, 1 September 1942-1 May 1945.
SRMN-031 154 COMINCH Messages on German U-Boat Position Estimates, 10 June 1942-6 November 1942.
SRMN-032 283 COMINCH File of Memoranda Concerning U-Boat Tracking Room Operations, 2 January 1943-6 June 1945.
SRMN-033   COMINCH File of Messages on U-Boat Estimates and Situation Reports, 1 October 1941-4 June 1945. [Part 1, Oct. 1941-Sep. 1942, 447 pp.; Part 2, Oct. 1942-Mar. 1943, 943 pp.; Part 3, Apr.-Dec. 1943, 1062 pp.; Part 4, Jan.-Aug. 1944, 688 pp.; Part 5, Sep. 1944-Jun. 1945, 788 pp.].
SRMN-034   COMINCH File: Rough Notes on Daily U-Boat Positions and Activities, January 1943-May 1945. [Part I, Jan.-Dec. 1943, 531 pp.; Part 2, Jan.-Dec. 1944, 662 pp.; Part 3, Jan.-May 1945, 247 pp.].
SRMN-035 106 Admiralty-COMINCH, Ultra Message Exchange, 25 June 1942-17 October 1944.
SRMN-036 187 COMINCH File of U-Boat Situation Estimates, 15 June 1942-21 May 1945.
SRMN-037 657 COMINCH File: U-Boat Intelligence Summaries, January 1943-May 1945.
SRMN-038 12 Functions of the "Secret Room" (F-211) of COMINCH Combat Intelligence Atlantic Section, Anti-Submarine Warfare, WWII. [Undated].
SRMN-039 152 COMINCH Pacific Strategic Intelligence Section (PSIS) File, March 1944-December 1945.
SRMN-040 54 COMINCH File: Assessment of U-Boat Fleet at the End of WWII, June-October 1945.
SRMN-041 246 COMINCH File: Liquidated U-Boats, 1942-1945.
SRMN-042 96 COMINCH File: Anti-submarine Warfare Actions Against Japanese Submarines, 12 September 1944-25 October 1945.
SRMN-043 30 COMINCH File: Special U-Boat Invasion Summaries, 6 June 1944-18 June 1944.
SRMN-044 232 COMINCH File: Weekly Report on Estimated Locations of Japanese Fleet Units, 1 September 1942-9 August 1945.
SRMN-045 272 COMINCH File: Estimates of Japanese Air Strength 5 Jan 42-31 Dec 45.
SRMN-046 105 COMINCH File: Messages Dealing With the U-Boat Problem, 4 June 19942-16 May 1945.
SRMN-047 2 COMINCH Chart: German Naval Radio Stations and Established Communication Lines, 1 January 1945.
SRMN-048 193 OP-20-GI, Reports on U-Boat Disposition and Status, December 1942-2 May 1945.
SRMN-049 237 COMINCH File: Ultra Assessments by F-22 "Secret Room", of Attacks on U-Boats, July 1943-July 1944.
SRMN-050 96 OP-20-GI, Japanese COMINT Reports as Noted by U.S. Navy Intercept, 21 January-6 June 1944.
SRMN-051 542 OP-20-GI, Memoranda to COMINCH F-35, on German U-Boat Activities, December 1942-September 1943.
SRMN-051A 213 OP-20-GI, Memoranda to COMINCH F21, on German U-Boat Activities, October 1943-May 1945.
SRMN-052 144 OP-20-GI, Reports on Japanese/German Radar and Electronics, July 1943-March 1945.
SRMN-053 77 OP-20-GI, Reports on German U-Boats East of Capetown, July 1944-May 1945.
SRMN-054   OP-20-GI Special Studies Relating to U-Boat Activity, 1943-1945. [Part 1, 21 Apr. 1943-Sep. 1944, 513 pp.; Part 2, 15 Feb. 1944-21 May 1945, 361 pp.].
SRMN-055 49 OP-20-GI-A, Forecast/Statistics of U-Boat Activities, 26 January-11 July 1944.
SRMN-056 72 Listing of Ship Sinkings Attributed to German U-Boat Successes, January 1941-April 1945.
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SRNS-0001-0078 123 CNO Summaries (of Radio Intelligence), Japanese Naval Activities (14 April 1942-30 June 1942).
SRNS-0079-0170 145 CNO Summaries (of Radio Intelligence), Japanese Naval Activities (1 July 1942-30 September 1942).
SRNS-0171-0262 225 CNO Summaries (of Radio Intelligence), Japanese Naval Activities (1 October 1942-31 December 1942).
SRNS-0263-0352 230 CNO Summaries (of Radio Intelligence), Japanese Naval Activities (1 January 1943-31 March 1943).
SRNS-0353-0443 215 CNO Summaries (of Radio Intelligence), Japanese Naval Activities (1 April 1943-30 June 1943).
SRNS-0444-0535 154 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities (1 July 1943-30 September 1943).
SRNS-0536-0627 191 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities (1 October 1943-31 December 1943).
SRNS-0628-0718 206 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities (January 1944-31 March 1944).
SRNS-0719-0809 223 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities (1 April 1944-30 June 1944).
SRNS-0810-0901 192 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities (1 July 1944-30 September 1944).
SRNS-0902-0993 212 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities (1 October 1944-31 December 1944).
SRNS-0994-1083 215 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities, 1 January 1945-31 March 1945.
SRNS-1084-1174 269 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities, 1 April 1945-30 June 1945.
SRNS-1175-1289 273 CNO Summaries of Radio Intelligence, Japanese Naval Activities, 1 July 1945-23 February 1946.
SRNS-1517   Fleet Radio Unit Melbourne (7th Fleet), Daily Digests. [Part 1, 20 Mar.-31 Dec. 1942, 929 pp.; Part 2, 1 Jan.-31 Jul. 1943, 1021 pp.; Part 3, 1 Aug.-31 Oct. 1943, 773 pp.; Part 4, Nov.-Dec. 1943, 819 pp.; Part 5, Jan.-Feb. 1944, 912 pp.; Part 6, Mar.-Apr. 1944, 1059 pp.; Part 7, May-Jun. 1944, 1063 pp.; Part 8, Jul.-Aug. 1944, 116 pp.; Part 9, Sep.-Oct. 1944, 909 pp.].
SRNS-1518   Fleet Radio Unit Melbourne (7th Fleet), Outgoing/Incoming Messages. [Part 1, Mar.-Oct. 1942, 537 pp.; Part 2, Nov.-Dec. 1942, 680 pp.; Part 3, Jan.-Feb. 1943, 632 pp.; Part 4, Mar.-Apr. 1943,, 635 pp.; Part 5, May-Jun. 1943, 701 pp.; Part 6, Jul. 1943, 667 pp.; Part 7, Aug.-Sep. 1943, 957 pp.; Part 8, Feb. 1944, 910 pp.; Part 9, Mar. 1944, 765 pp.].