October 1945: A major report on the wartime design and production of marine propellers in Germany.
September 1945: A detailed report on the German 200 cm searchlight, Model 43, and associated equipment.
1946: A report by British Intelligence officers on mechanical computing instruments of very high quality made by the German firm of A. Ott, including a differential analyzer.
1946/47: Nestler's slide rules, draughtman's scales and protractors; Ott's differentiograph and other precision instruments.
1945/46: A concise account of the whole field of research, development and manufacture of parachutes in WW2 Germany.
1947: A title index, in German and English, to a collection of 832 very significant aeronautical research reports published between 1939 and 1944.
July 1945: A major 161 page extensively illustrated report on German wartime and immediate post-war fire engines.
1945/46: Intelligence report by BIOS on work at the forefront of research into solving handling difficulties when using T-Stoff, the primary liquid fuel for rockets.
1945/46: An investigation into new lines of research undertaken by the Germans in radiator development.
December 1945: 1945 intelligence report on the development of fuel injection for high-speed diesel engines, notably by Dr. L'Orange and Hirth Motoren GmbH.
July 1945: A report on the Kurskoppler, an automatic dead reckoning navigational aid designed by the Germans for use in aircraft, 2-man submarines and small boats - a very early development in navigational computing.