Memorandum by the United States Chiefs of Staff1
[Washington,] 31 August 1943.
Intelligence and Quasi-Intelligence Activities in India
- The United States Chiefs of Staff have given careful consideration to the proposals submitted by the British Chiefs of Staff in [Page 1238] C.C.S. 196/2.2 They accept the first reservation which the British Chiefs of Staff have made to full acceptance of the U.S. Chiefs of Staff’s proposal set forth in C.C.S. 196/1.3
- The United States Chiefs of Staff do not accept the second reservation proposed by the British Chiefs of Staff. In this regard they do approve a free interchange of intelligence on a cooperative basis but not the intermixture of British and American intelligence staff officers, except those operating on a combined staff under a supreme commander.