Special Series – Military Intelligence Service

Introduction:

[Taken from No. 23 – Index to Intelligence Publications]:

Special Series deals with subjects requiring comprehensive, monographic treatment. The primary consideration in selecting topics has been to disseminate information of immediate applicability, based on the best available sources. In addition to much hitherto unpublished material, information previously disseminated in brief or tentative forms in MID periodicals and bulletins is combined with new material on the same subject when exhaustive treatment of that subject is necessary.


Editor’s Notes:

The Special Series has been organized here from various online archives and covers both the European and Pacific theatres of operation.

The sources are:


Update History:

  • July 20, 2019 – Initial Post


Special Series in Order:

No. 1 – British Commandos – 1942 – 142 Pages

No. 2 – German Armored Army – 1942 – 40 Pages

No. 3 – German Military Training – 1942 – 113 Pages

No. 4 – German Motorized Infantry Regiment – 1942 – 67 Pages

No. 5 – Development of German Defensive Tactics in Cyrenaica 1941 – 1942 – 67 Pages

No. 6 – Artillery in the Desert – 1942 – 123 Pages

No. 7 – Enemy Air-Borne Forces – 1942 – 110 Pages

No. 8 – German Tactical Doctrine – 1942 – 95 Pages

No. 9 – German Squad in Combat – 1943 – 129 Pages

No. 10 – German AntiAircraft Artillery – 1943 – 118 Pages

No. 11 – Morale-Building Activities in Foreign Armies – 1943 – 67 Pages

No. 12 – German Military Abbreviations – 1943 – 249 Pages

No. 13 – British Military Terminology – 1943 – 217 Pages

No. 14 – German Infantry Weapons – 1943 – 203 Pages

No. 15 – German Costal Defenses – 1943 – 98 Pages

No. 16 – Enemy Capabilities for Chemical Warfare – 1943 – 170 Pages

No. 17 – German Doctrine of the Stabilized Front – 1943 – 154 Pages

No. 18 – German Winter Warfare – 1943 – 236 Pages

No. 19 – Japanese Infantry Weapons – 1943 – 257 Pages

No. 20 – German Ski Training and Tactics – 1944 – 118 Pages

No. 21 – German Mountain Warfare – 1944 – 136 Pages

No. 22 – Company Officer’s Handbook of the German Army – 1944 – 141 Pages

No. 23 – Index to Intelligence Publications – 1944 – 121 Pages

No. 24 – Enemy Tactics in Chemical Warfare – 1944 – 128 Pages

No. 25 – Japanese Field Artillery – 1944 – 120 Pages

No. 26 – Japanese Tanks and Tank Tactics – 1944 – 87 Pages [Superceded by No.34]

No. 27 – Soldier’s Guide to the Japanese Army – 1944 – 193 Pages

No. 28 – German Mountain Troops – 1944 – 197 Pages

No. 29 – Japanese Defense against Amphibious Operations – 1945 – 129 Pages

No. 30 – Japanese Mortars and Grenade Dischargers – 1945 – 81 Pages

No. 31 – Guide to Maps of the Far East – 1945 – 64 Pages

No. 32 – Japanese Parachute Troops – 1945 – 68 Pages

No. 33 – Punch Below the Belt: Japanese Ruses, Deception Tactics and Anti-Personnel Measures – 1945 – 122 Pages

No. 34 – Japanese Tank and Antitank Warfare – 1945 – 224 Pages



 

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