By Kurt F. Jensen
Kurt F. Jensen argues that Canada was once a extra energetic intelligence associate in the Second global War alliance than has formerly been prompt. He describes Canada’s contributions to Allied intelligence prior to the battle all started, in addition to the noticeably Canadian actions that begun from that time. He unearths how the govt. created an intelligence association in the course of the conflict to assist Allied assets. it is a convincing portrait of a country with an energetic position in moment international struggle intelligence accumulating, person who maintains to steer the structure of its present services.
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M. Drake was second in command. The early mandate of the Rockcliffe station is unclear, but the very limited resources available to the station suggest that little of consequence could have been accomplished. In November 1940, the Canadian Army sent Drake on a mission to Washington to seek assistance and advice from the United States on the establishment of a cryptographic bureau in Canada. 56 It was while preparations for Drake’s visit were still underway that planning assumed a new direction.
Drake also gave Mauborgne the details of several German stations and frequencies that Canada had recorded. 59 Mauborgne cautioned the Canadians that because of the US status as a non-belligerent, the US Army Signal Corps would want to keep its activities hidden from the public. The Canadian military attaché accompanying Drake responded that the question of formal and ongoing co-operation would be a matter that could be referred to the Canada-US Permanent Joint Board on Defence, the bilateral defence forum that permitted a measure of Canadian-American military co-operation notwithstanding US neutrality.
The story might have ended there but for the foresight and determination of a handful of individuals set on providing Canada with a sovereign source of intelligence. The creation of a Canadian SIGINT agency called the Examination Unit was the first step. 37 2 The Birth of the Examination Unit At the beginning of 1941, Hugh Keenleyside, a sombre, precise person known for his managerial skill, and who represented the DEA on the National Research Council’s (NRC) War Technical and Scientific Development Committee, enquired of the DND whether it had carried out any work toward creating a cryptographic capability.