June 1945: Details of high-frequency research at German Universities and technical high schools.
July 1945: Report on wartime radar and infra-red experimental work carried out at the Carl Bosch laboratory of Berlin.
October, 1944: A report by a T-Force intelligence officer on X-Ray and radiological equipment and on the V2 missile, then in the early days of its deployment before the start of the main attacks against London and Antwerp.
May 1945: "The object of the visit was to gain first-hand knowledge of the latest developments in fundamental ... rubber research in Germany. The facilities at the Central Laboratories at Leverkusen are probably unequalled elsewhere in the world."
1945: WW2 military intelligence report by the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee on the Jumo KM8 torpedo engine with rotary disc valves designed by Felix Wankel.
April 1945: A detailed description of two very large bomb shelters (Grossmarkthalle Bunker and Windeckstrasse Bunker) located in Bonn.
December 1944: Three separate reports combined into one on the manufacture of Junkers jet engines at the Matford Plant, Strasbourg.
August 1945: A review of German practice at the end of the war on the recovery of scrap and salvage from crashed and decommissioned aircraft.
June 1945: A report covering the results of an investigation carried out at Walter-Werke, Kiel, on the work done there on propulsive ducts of various designs for aviation, large guns and submarine use.
May, June 1945: "The target ... is one of the outstanding German stations for stationary tests on rocket motors. Stations of comparable importance have been only at Peenemunde and Berlin". (Extract from report)
August 1944: A very early CIOS report, one of the first on German advanced fuel production, with details of the important Liege plant.
April 1945: WW2 military intelligence report by CIOS on the Wittring underground liquid oxygen plant near Saarguemines in France constructed by 5,000 slave laborers to supply V-2 rocket fuel.
May 1945: Showing the successful attempts by the Germans to produce satisfactory steel in sizable quantity from low grade ores mined locally without the assistance of imported high grade ores.
May 1945: A CIOS report on information obtained from Dr. Scherzer, Scientific Controller of the Bevollmachtigter fur Hochfrequenzforschung (BMF).
1945: An examination of the production of aircraft engine generators, regulators and related equipment manufactured by Robert Bosch of Stuttgart.
June 1945: A major report on various aspects of fuel injection and vehicle electrical equipment, manufacturing and development work conducted at Stuttgart, Munich and elsewhere.
August 1945: Automobile development work carried out by Professor Wunibald Kamm of the Stuttgart Research Institute covering the safety, economy, performance and comfort of passenger cars.
June 1945: Report on a demonstration of a television-type homing device for missiles
June 1945: A report on an experimental station for the study of electrical means for accelerating missiles.
June 1944: CIOS report on the original prototype Italian Campini aircraft with a ducted airscrew or fan, and ducted exhaust, a forerunner of true jet propulsion.
Original WW2 military intelligence report by CIOS: German wartime fabrication of light metals at Bitterfeld, Aken and Stassfurt for, mainly, aircraft production
April 1945: The report by CIOS on experimental engines by Heinkel at Staatliche Salinen, a salt mine at Kochendorf near Friedrichshall.
November 1944: A fine military intelligence report by CIOS on storage facilities for fuel for jet aircraft and V2 rockets in caves in France.
July 1945: Report by CIOS on the German secret Natter vertical take-off aircraft intended for use against US high-level bombers on daylight raids.
Dr. Gold. A designer of death rays? An opportunist? A chancer? A Wehrmacht Walter Mitty? A charlatan?
August 1944: WW2 intelligence report on German research and development in the Paris area in radar and guided missiles