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Old 6th March 2010, 01:17
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Download link for the Royal Navy report on the BV222 ...

https://www.humyo.com/10203701/ADM%20234%204%20Bv222/

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Allied assessment of German Air Force dispositions October 1942 (includes German ASR) ...

https://www.humyo.com/10203701/GAF%2...%20Oct%201942/

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Re: Using Y-Intercepts to research the Luftwaffe

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Some of you may find these pages useful.

https://www.humyo.com/10203701/FILES...ts%20extracts/

They are extracts from subjects covered in the Western Front Committee Reports in HW14/2055, various dates in late 1942.

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Hi Dennis,

thanks for posting these...I always wondered what a SALU report contained. Perhaps revealing is the stamp on the title page of the SALU report (DSCF3047), stating "SPECIAL NOTE. This document is based on the evidence available at War Station (Station X). It does not necessarily represent the views of the Ministries, or any one of them."

W/C John Stubbington, in his his excellent book, 'Bletchley Park Air Section. Signals Intelligence Support to RAF Bomber Command' (Minerva Associates, 2007), details the problems that existed between Air Intelligence in London and the Air Section at Bletchley over the analysis of raw data. The crux of the issue was that A.I. did not think it was the job of the Air Section to analyse data and produce reports, believing instead that this was solely their own preserve. The disclaimer quoted above highlights this difference of opinion...

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Hello Bruce --

I have had no luck accessing your "humyo" files. Help, please.

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Hello Don,
Sorry you have problems: perhaps others have as well so let's use the board to tackle it. What happens when you use the link?

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Hi Bruce --

I was told I wasn't authorized to view your file, and didn't I want to join humyo (for free)? I don't, but since the file you've posted there is in my current area of interest, I joined, re-logged in, and was told again that I'm not authorized to view your file. Enough time wasted....

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Hello Don,
I must ask if anybody else has had the same problem, because I cannot recreate it (I am the account holder so it gives me a different page when I access it). Also, does it happen with all of the links posted?

Each link only gives access to the specified file/folder, so sorry you wasted your time joining only to be turned away again. In the meantime, if you send me a PM with your email address, I will send a 'private' link to whichever file(s) you are after.

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Hi Bruce,

I have the same problems with the October '42 disposition files. I can open everything else, but that link I don't have the "necessary privileges to access".

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Adam & Don: try now, if no luck then I will repost them. I think it may have a been a rookie mistake on my part.

" Allied assessment of German Air Force dispositions October 1942 (includes German ASR) ..."
Don, is this the one you meant?

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Hi Bruce --

Yes, that's the file that interests me. I can now pull it up on humyo. But my efforts to read it, by enlarging, saving, or printing it, does nothing but freeze my computer. Any more hints?

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