MI9: UK INTELLIGENCE SERVICES

May 24, 2010 at 7:06 am | Posted in History, Military, Research, United Kingdom | Leave a comment

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UK Intelligence Services

MI (Military Intelligence)

MI (Military Intelligence) had agencies numbered up to 19, but not all at the same time.

Most were folded into MI5, MI6 or GCHQ after the war.

MI1 (Codebreaking)

MI2 (Russia and Scandinavia)

MI3 (Eastern Europe)

MI4 (Aerial Reconnaisance)

MI8 (Military Communication Interception)

MI9 (Undercover operations)

MI10 (Weapons analysis)

MI14 and MI15 (German specialists)

MI17 (Military Intelligence “Head Office”)

MI19 (PoW debriefing)

Comment:

The most recent episode of “Foyle’s War” on PBS TV, set in England in 1945-6, makes mention of MI9.

(MI9 Undercover operations)

“Foyle’ War”

Series Seven
2010

Set in: June–Aug 1945

1 (20) “The Russian House”
2 (21) “Killing Time”
3 (22) “The Hide”

UK Intelligence Services

MI (Military Intelligence)

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