From Hitler's Doorstep: The Wartime Intelligence Reports of Allen Dulles, 1942-1945

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OSS Operational Archives: Record Group (RG) 226, National Archives, Washington, D.C. [The primary source for documents in this volume, this collection totals over 3,000 cubic feet of records, most of which were declassified and opened to the public in the 1980s.]
Entries 1-86. Records of the Research and Analysis Branch. Reports comprise hundreds of feet of space and are accessible only through a card index.
Entry 88. Cable files. Includes Bern material.
Entry 90. Includes cables on Operation Sunrise.
Entry 99. OSS History Office Files. Material on Bern operations, Breakers, resistance groups.
Entry 106. Includes material on the New York office.
Entry 108. Includes reports sent from Bern by pouch after the border was opened in 1944.
Entry 110. Contains important files on Operation Sunrise.
Entry 115. London Field Files. Documentation on Germany and other subjects of concern to OSS Bern.
Entry 121. Includes material on the George Wood operation.
Entry 125. Includes Bern field files -- raw agent reports.
Entry 134. Cable files. Basic source for Allen Dulles messages from Bern. Confusing organization, overlapping sets, but the mother lode on operations at Bern and other OSS posts.
Entry 138. Washington X-2 Records. Includes George Wood and Breakers documentation.
Entry 139. Washington / Field Station Files. Contains Caserta records relating to Operation Sunrise.
Entry 160. New York Office records. Set of Dulles radiotelephone "flash" transmissions.
Entry 162. Donovan records. Includes chronological files of items sent to other agencies.
Entry 180. William J. Donovan Microfilm (193 rolls). Copied by Donovan upon his departure from OSS. Obtained by Anthony Cave Brown from Donovan's law firm in the late 1970s and used by him in his books, listed below. Ultimately retrieved by the CIA, subjected to security review, and provided to the National Archives and the U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pa. Largely duplicated in other parts of RG 226.
Entry 190. Director's records and field files. Considerable Bern-related material, including reports from France and Italy and local contacts.
OSS Washington Director's Office Records (Microfilm: M1642, 132 rolls). Contains many documents relating to Bern and Dulles.

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