Pat Farrington writes: Whilst researching the background to World War II activities of my father, John Leonard Farrington (1906–1982), starting at the Imperial War Museum, I followed a data trail that led me to a recent Quarterly Journal paper (Rose & Clatworthy 2008a) and its subsequent discussion (Ludford 2009; Rose & Clatworthy 2009). It was recognized in the UK that ‘Tri-service [land, sea and air] warfare, especially the amphibious invasions of Europe, could not be planned on a single-service basis and needed … integrated intelligence support. The biggest example of this kind was the...

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