December 1945: A major report, prepared by the US Air Technical Intelligence Group and published here by BIOS, on wartime centrifuge research and training carried out by the Japanese aviation and aeronautical authorities
October 1945: A review (by the US Naval Technical Mission in Europe, distributed by BIOS) of developments on aircraft vibration and flutter research by some of the most important aircraft design groups and research centres in Germany
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.
September 1945: A survey of all German wartime searchlight 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.