File Reports

A complete set of the File Reports, 1937-1951, with full text searchability. Over 2,000 File Reports offer a perfect introduction to the archive, providing top-level summaries and conclusions of the findings of nearly every Mass Observation study from 1937-1951, from its initial studies, to its wartime work for the government, to its post-war reinvention as a market research organisation. The range of topics covered is immense, including popular culture (with reports on cinema-going, radio and music, and the advent of television); consumerism, branding and fashion (including the rise of department stores and the New Look); sex, marriage, and the family, as well as attitudes to war, politics and America, Russia and Europe.  Users are advised to begin their research with the File Reports.

1 CHANNELS OF PUBLICITY October 1939
2 GOVERNMENT POSTERS IN WARTIME October 1939
3 PUBLIC INFORMATION LEAFLETS October 1939
4 ARP INSTRUCTIONS October 1939
4A PROPAGANDA AND ARP RECRUITING October 1939
5 SIX RAILWAY POSTERS October 1939
6 SPORT IN WARTIME October 1939
6A WARTIME DIRECTIVE No 2 October 1939
7 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN WARTIME 19/11/39 (copy held at Imperial War Museum) November 1939
8 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN WARTIME 20/11/39 (copy held at Imperial War Museum) November 1939
9 SIX RAILWAY POSTERS, SERIES II (TH) November 1939
10 CO-ORDINATION OF SOCIAL RESEARCH November 1939
11 EVACUATION REPORT November 1939
11A JAZZ AND DANCING November 1939
11B PORTABLE ELECTRIC COOKING APPLIANCES November 1939
11C WARTIME DIRECTIVE No 3 November 1939
12 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN WARTIME (copy held at Imperial War Museum) December 1939
13 SPORT IN WARTIME (HN) December 1939
14 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN WARTIME December 1939
15 "THE LION HAS WINGS" December 1939
15A WARTIME DIRECTIVE No 4 December 1939
15B WORKING WOMEN IN THIS WAR December 1939
16 THE FAKING OF NEWSREELS (copy held at Imperial War Museum) January 1940
17 TOYS - CHRISTMAS 1939 (copy held at Imperial War Museum) January 1940
18 WARTIME SPORT (HN) January 1940
19 THE CONTROLLERS January 1940
20 RECORDING THE WAR January 1940
21 SHOP NOTICES January 1940
22 NEWSREEL REPORT (copy held at Imperial War Museum) January 1940
23 CHURCH - RELIGION IN WARTIME January 1940
24 THE CINEMA IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS OF WAR (copy held at Imperial War Museum) January 1940
25 US 1 February 1940
26 WOMEN'S ORGANISATIONS IN WARTIME (copy held at Imperial War Museum) February 1940
27 US 2 February 1940
28 PRELIMINARY REPORT ON FASHION (copy held at Imperial War Museum) February 1940
29 WORKTOWN WINTER SALES February 1940
30 SHOPS NOTICES February 1940
31 US 3 February 1940
32 SHOPPING CATALOGUES AND LEAFLETS February 1940
33 MUSIC HALLS (copy held at Imperial War Museum) February 1940
34 US 4 February 1940
35 ENGINEERING February 1940
36 SAVING AND SPENDING IN WORKTOWN February 1940
37 PERSUASION AND EFFICIENCY - THE PROPAGANDA OF SCIENCE February 1940
38 SHOP LEAFLETS February 1940
38A NEWSPAPER READING HABITS February 1940
39 SILVERTOWN BY-ELECTION (copy held at Imperial War Museum) February 1940
40 OPINION FORMATION IN WORKTOWN February 1940
41 MORAN MENTALITY February 1940
41A A METHOD OF ESTABLISHING SOCIO-ECONOMIC GROUPING (JGF) February 1940
42 US 5 March 1940
43 PRESENT CONDITION OF POETRY (BA) March 1940
44 ASTROLOGY (BA) (copy held at Imperial War Museum) March 1940
45 PANTOMIME (LE) March 1940
46 BOOK READING IN WARTIME March 1940
47 WARTIME READING March 1940
48 SELECTION AND TASTE IN BOOK READING March 1940
49 GRAMOPHONE RECORDS (JC) March 1940
51 WORKS MAGAZINES March 1940
52 US 6 March 1940
53 FINNISH-RUSSIAN PEACE (TH) (copy held at the Imperial War Museum) March 1940
54 SUMMARY OF OPINION ON FINNISH-RUSSIAN PEACE March 1940
55 BUILDING March 1940
56 US 7 March 1940
57 FILM REPORT March 1940
58 COMPARATIVE NOTE ON PANTOMIME AND MUSIC HALL REPORTS (LE) (copy held at Imperial War Museum) March 1940
59 NORTH-EAST LEEDS BY-ELECTION (TH to MA) March 1940
60 US 8 March 1940
61 ANTI-SEMITISM March 1940
62 LITERARY QUESTIONNAIRE by H P Elderton and G L Wallace March 1940
63 PEACE - SYLT March 1940
64 US 9 March 1940
65 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE OPINION OF LORD HAW HAW March 1940
65A NEWSLETTERS March 1940
66 FILM RESPONSE April 1940
67 US 10 April 1940
68 NOTES ON SCHOOLS QUESTIONNAIRE April 1940
69 THEATRE April 1940
70 GERT AND DAISY April 1940
71 THE LIGHTSHIP LEAFLET April 1940
72 GERT AND DAISY IN CHADWELL HEATH April 1940
73 NORWAY CRISIS April 1940
74 GRAB GRAB GRAB POSTER April 1940
75 US 11 April 1940
76 A FURTHER NOTE ON THE GRAB GRAB GRAB POSTER REACTION April 1940
77 GERT AND DAISY'S BBC TALKS (TH) April 1940
78 NOTE ON ANTI-SEMITISM IN LIMEHOUSE main report missing (TH) April 1940
79 PUBLIC FEELING ABOUT ALIENS (TH) April 1940
80 US 12 April 1940
81 NORTH BATTERSEA BY-ELECTION (TH) April 1940
82 US 13 April 1940
83 CONVERSATION April 1940
84 FIFTH COLUMN - PILOT TEST April 1940
85 BUDGET REACTIONS (TH) April 1940
86 THE EFFECT OF THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF WAR ON LEARNED SOCIETIES April 1940
87 WHAT CHILDREN THINK OF THE WAR April 1940
88 THE ARGYLL BY-ELECTION April 1940
89 MORALE NOW (30/4/40) April 1940
90 MORALE April 1940
91 INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC OPINION May 1940
92 POLLOCK BY-ELECTION May 1940
93 US 14 May 1940
94 SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT ON THE LIGHTSHIP LEAFLET May 1940
95 NORWAY CRISIS May 1940
96 CHILDREN'S READING AT FULHAM LIBRARY (SH) May 1940
97 TEN QUESTIONS UPPERMOST IN PUBLIC MIND May 1940
98 US 15 May 1940
99 POLITICAL CRISIS REPORT May 1940
101 FIRST DAY OF HOLLAND-BELGIUM CRISIS (1) May 1940
103 HOLLAND-BELGIUM REACTIONS (2) May 1940
104 DAY TO DAY REACTIONS AND RELATION TO NEWS May 1940
105 BELGIUM & HOLLAND REACTIONS ON TUESDAY MAY 14 May 1940
106 FURTHER MEMO ON PARACHUTE FEAR May 1940
107 FEELING ABOUT ALIENS May 1940
108 OPINION FORMING AND THE CREATIVE ARTIST May 1940
109 HOLLAND-BELGIUM CRISIS (3) May 1940
111 EAST RENFREW BY-ELECTION May 1940
112 REACTIONS TO EDEN'S SPEECH May 1940
113 SPACE DISTRIBUTION IN THE PRESS 1937, 1939, 1940 May 1940
114 HOLLAND-BELGIUM REACTIONS May 1940
115 NATIONAL UNION OF STUDENTS CONGRESS May 1940
116 US 16-17 May 1940
117 BROADCAST EXPLANATION OF NEWS May 1940
118 INTERNMENT May 1940
119 WARD'S BROADCAST May 1940
120 MINISTRY OF FOOD - PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN QUESTIONNAIRE May 1940
121 ONLOOKERS TALK May 1940
122-3 DUFF COOPER'S BROADCAST May 1940
124 MORALE TODAY 18/5/40 May 1940
125 MORALE May 1940
126 REPORT ON THE PRESS May 1940
127 MORALE TODAY 20/5/40 May 1940
128 MORALE TODAY 21/5/40 May 1940
129 SUMMARY OF NEWS BELIEF AND DISBELIEF May 1940
130 THE KITCHEN FRONT EXHIBITION May 1940
131 MORALE TODAY 22/5/40 May 1940
132-3 MORALE TODAY 23/5/40 May 1940
134 MORALE TODAY 24/5/40 May 1940
135 REACTIONS TO INTERNMENT OF MOSLEY May 1940
136 STREET LITERATURE May 1940
138 MORALE TODAY 25/5/40 May 1940
139 CLASS AND SEX DIFFERENCES IN MORALE May 1940
140 WORKING WOMEN'S ATTITUDE TO EVACUATION May 1940
141 NEWSREELS (2) May 1940
142 MORALE May 1940
143 NORTH LONDON REFUGEES May 1940
144 THE PUBLICATION OF GERMAN COMMUNIQUÉS May 1940
145 MORALE TODAY 28/5/40 May 1940
146 GAS-MASK CARRYING May 1940
147 GERT AND DAISY'S MAILBAG May 1940
148 FUN FAIRS May 1940
149 RADIO PROGRAMMES May 1940
150 AIR RAID FEAR May 1940
151 EVACUATION May 1940
152 THE WAR-WORK DONE BY LOCAL GOVERNMENT May 1940
153 REPORT OF THE DISCONTINUANCE OF EVENING PAPER PLACARDS May 1940
154 THE MIDDLETON AND PRESTWICK BY-ELECTION (copy held at Imperial War Museum) May 1940
155 MORALE TODAY 29/5/40 May 1940
156 HOW TO MAKE A BETTER BRITAIN May 1940
157 NORTH RIDING AIR RAID May 1940
158 MORALE TODAY 30/5/40 May 1940
158A COOKING ELECTRICALLY May 1940
159 MORALE TODAY 1/6/40 June 1940
161 WARTIME CATALOGUES OF MEN'S CLOTHES June 1940
162 "PASTOR HALL" June 1940
163 "FOR FREEDOM" June 1940
165 NOTES ON PRESENT MORALE SITUATION AND MORALE TODAY 3/6/40 June 1940
166 HOW LEOPOLD NEWS WAS HEARD June 1940
167 ATMOSPHERE IN DOVER 3 6 40 June 1940
169 MORALE TODAY 4/6/40 June 1940
170 SUFFOLK VILLAGE REPORTS June 1940
171 MORALE TODAY 5/6/40 June 1940
172 PILOT SURVEY ON ARP PREPAREDNESS June 1940
173 MORALE TODAY 6/6/40 June 1940
174 REFUGEES June 1940
175 SCIENCE, MORALE AND PROPAGANDA June 1940
176 "LA MARSEILLAISE" June 1940
177 WAR JOKES IN MUSIC HALLS June 1940
178 FOOD AND WINE CATALOGUES AND LEAFLETS June 1940
179 MORALE TODAY 8/6/40 June 1940
181 CAPITULATION TALK IN WORKTOWN June 1940
182 DOVER June 1940
183 MORALE TODAY 10/6/40 June 1940
184 ANTI-ITALIAN RIOTS IN SOHO June 1940
185 ASPRO ADVERTISEMENT June 1940
186 MORALE TODAY 11/6/40 June 1940
187 GERMAN BOMBER DOWN AT EYKE June 1940
188 MORALE TODAY 12/6/80 June 1940
189 GENERAL TRENDS IN MORALE June 1940
192 SHOPPING HABITS IN BOLTON June 1940
193 A NEW ATTITUDE TO THE PROBLEMS OF CIVILIAN MORALE June 1940
194 ATTITUDES TO ITALY June 1940
195 NEWCASTLE BY-ELECTION June 1940
196 MORALE TODAY 13/6/40 June 1940
197 PROPAGANDA IDEAS June 1940
198 FILM JOKE COMPETITION EFFORT June 1940
199 MORALE TODAY 14/6/40 June 1940
201 FRENCH SURRENDER June 1940
202 MORALE TODAY 17/6/40 June 1940
203 MORALE TODAY 18/6/40 June 1940
204 THE ARP CARD AND ITS EFFECTS June 1940
205 THE BOW AND BROMLEY BY-ELECTION June 1940
206 KITCHEN FRONT EXHIBITION June 1940
207 MORALE TODAY 19/6/40 June 1940
208 NORTH CROYDON BY-ELECTION June 1940
209 AN OBSERVER'S EXPERIENCE TRYING TO HELP HER COUNTRY June 1940
210 ARREST OF AN OBSERVER June 1940
211 PRESS POSTER INCIDENT June 1940
212 EAST ANGLIA AIR RAIDS June 1940
213 MORALE TODAY 20/6/40 June 1940
214 NORWAY June 1940
215 NEWSREELS IN EARLY JUNE June 1940
216 INVASION LEAFLET June 1940
217 AIR RAIDS June 1940
218 MORALE TODAY 21/6/40 June 1940
219 MoI SPEAKER IN HYDE PARK, see also FR 239 June 1940
221 MORALE TODAY 22/6/40 June 1940
222 GENERAL POINTS IN MORALE June 1940
223 RUMOURS June 1940
224 MORALE TODAY AND YESTERDAY 23-24/4/6/40 June 1940
225 IMMEDIATE INTERNATIONAL USES OF MASS-OBSERVATION June 1940
226 REACTIONS TO FRENCH ARMISTICE (copy held at Imperial War Museum) June 1940
227 MORALE TODAY 25/6/40 June 1940
228 MORALE TODAY AND YESTERDAY 26-27/6/40 June 1940
229 JOKE REPORT June 1940
231 MoI LECTURE IN WORCESTER June 1940
232 MORALE TODAY 28/6/40 June 1940
233 GENERAL MORALE SINCE 6 JUNE June 1940
235 MINISTRY OF FOOD COOKERY DEMONSTRATION IN WORCESTER June 1940
236 MEMO FROM TH ON A TYPICAL PRESS STORY June 1940
237 MORALE TODAY 29/6/40 June 1940
238 REFUGEES June 1940
239 Mol SPEAKER IN HYDE PARK June 1940
241 THE DISCONTINUANCE OF EVENING PAPER PLACARDS June 1940
242 MORALE TODAY 1-2/7/40 June 1940
243 CIVICORPS IN DONCASTER June 1940
244 MORALE TODAY 3/7/40 June 1940
245 REFUGEES June 1940
246 MORALE TODAY 4/7/40 June 1940
247 THE ROYAL FAMILY June 1940
248 BROADCASTS BY ELLEN WILKINSON AND R H S CROSSMAN June 1940
249 COMMUNIST PARTY LEAFLET June 1940
250 YARDSTICK MEMO June 1940
251 PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT MR CHAMBERLAIN June 1940
252 MORALE TODAY 5/7/40 June 1940
253 AIR RAIDS June 1940
254 MORALE TODAY 6/7/40 June 1940
255 MORALE TODAY 8/7/40 June 1940
256 BBC June 1940
257 SHOULD LEADERS LEAD? June 1940
258 TEST ON NUR RESOLUTION AS PUBLISHED IN DAILY MIRROR June 1940
259 MORALE TODAY June 1940
261 AIR PROPAGANDA June 1940
262 REFUGEES June 1940
263 MORALE TODAY 11/7/40 June 1940
264 MORALE TODAY 12/7/40 June 1940
265 NEED FOR MORALE POLICY June 1940
266 AIR RAID CASUALTY NEWS June 1940
267 ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF THE WAR June 1940
268 PANS TO PLANES June 1940
269 PRESS STORIES TEST June 1940
271 NOTES ON AIR RAIDS IN PORTSMOUTH June 1940
272 PRESS AND RADIO NOTES June 1940
273 MEMO FROM TH ON PROPAGANDA June 1940
274 RELATIONS OF CIVILIANS AND MILITARY June 1940
275 PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT MR CHAMBERLAIN June 1940
276 PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT ALIENS June 1940
277 CHURCHILL'S SPEECH (HP and JF) June 1940
278 WAR TILL 1942 June 1940
279 CHARLES GARDNER BROADCAST June 1940
281 TWO BITS OF PROPAGANDA June 1940
282 GENERAL MORALE REPORT June 1940
283 PRESS PRESTIGE June 1940
284 SURVEY OF PUBLIC OPINION June 1940
285 BROADCAST TO EMPIRE June 1940
286 PREDICTION, RESTRICTION AND JURISDICTION June 1940
287 W NUNN, MP June 1940
288 ANGLO-FRENCH LECTURE BY PROFESSOR SAURAT June 1940
289 GENERAL MORALE TRENDS June 1940
290 WOMEN IN WARTIME (PF) June 1940
291 BRICK SHELTERS (CF) June 1940
292 HAMPSTEAD HOUSEWIVES SERVICE June 1940
293 FIRE DEMONSTRATION IN WORCESTERSHIRE June 1940
294 BROADCAST ON RADIO NEWSREEL June 1940
295 ON JAZZ (BOLTON) (AH) June 1940
296 FIREFIGHTING DEMONSTRATION June 1940
297 SCIENCE, MORALE AND PROPAGANDA (TH) see also FR 37 June 1940
298 ROUT THE RUMOUR RALLY June 1940
299 CHILDREN AND THE WAR (AH) June 1940
301A FIRST WEEKLY MORALE REPORT June 1940
301B LOCAL MORALE REPORT June 1940
304 PEOPLE'S ATTITUDE TO BLACKOUT June 1940
305 UNINTELLIGIBLE WORDS June 1940
306 TESTING THE SLOGAN "GO TO IT!" June 1940
308 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS Series B (see appendix) June 1940
311 DOES PUBLIC OPINION COUNT? June 1940
312 CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS June 1940
313 CIVILIANS IN AIR RAIDS August 1940
314 NEWSREELS August 1940
315A SECOND WEEKLY MORALE REPORT August 1940
315B LOCAL MORALE REPORT August 1940
318 LOCAL MORALE REPORT August 1940
322 GENERAL August 1940
323 WAAF Exhibition (CF) August 1940
324 ATTITUDE TO ALIENS August 1940
325 COOPER'S SNOOPERS August 1940
326 CLOTHES (NM) August 1940
327 MINISTRY OF INFORMATION NOTICE BOARDS August 1940
328 MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SHOP WINDOW DISPLAY August 1940
329 HORE BELISHA August 1940
331 A MISUNDERSTANDING August 1940
332 PUBLIC OPINION AND THE REFUGEE August 1940
333 PRESS CAMPAIGN AGAINST DUFF COOPER August 1940
334 MORALE AND THE MINISTRY (FRF) August 1940
335 WARTIME SAVING AND SPENDING August 1940
336 COOPER'S SNOOPERS (RF) August 1940
337 LEISURE August 1940
338 THIRD WEEKLY MORALE REPORT August 1940
339-41 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS August 1940
343 WHAT PEOPLE THINK ABOUT THE PRESS August 1940
344 SPECIAL NOTES THIS WEEK August 1940
345 WOODFORD RALLY August 1940
346 BRITISH ISRAELITE FOUNDATION August 1940
347 MoI SPEAKERS IN HYDE PARK (LE) August 1940
348 GRAMOPHONE AND WIRELESS IN WORKSHOPS August 1940
349 "STAY WHERE YOU ARE" LEAFLET August 1940
351 GASMASKS August 1940
352 ROW IN ROMFORD ABOUT CONSCRIPTION OF WEALTH August 1940
353 GRACIE FIELDS August 1940
354 ATTITUDES TO BLOCKADE OF EUROPE August 1940
355 POLICY ABOUT CIVILIAN SHELTERING August 1940
356 FOURTH WEEKLY MORALE REPORT August 1940
360 US 18 August 1940
361 WHAT IS PUBLIC OPINION? (TH) August 1940
362 SPIRITUAL REPORT August 1940
363 REPORT ON THE WORD 'CRUSADE' August 1940
364 METROPOLITAN AIR RAIDS August 1940
365 FIFTH WEEKLY MORALE REPORT August 1940
366 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS August 1940
370 MORALE AND AIR RAIDS August 1940
371 CARS AND SIRENS August 1940
372 MORALE IN COASTAL SUFFOLK August 1940
373 MR DUFF COOPER'S LETTERS August 1940
374 AIR RAID NEWS August 1940
377-8 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS August 1940
379 SPECIAL NOTES August 1940
381 SIXTH WEEKLY MORALE REPORT September 1940
382 AIR RAIDS (CF) September 1940
383 PROPAGANDA FOR SCIENCE September 1940
384 INTERNEES LEAFLET September 1940
386 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS September 1940
391 SEVENTH WEEKLY MORALE REPORT September 1940
392 EVACUATION AND OTHER EAST END PROBLEMS September 1940
393 "FADE OUT" (FILM) September 1940
394 MASS-OBSERVATION FILM WORK September 1940
395 MORALE REPORT 12/9/40 September 1940
396 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS September 1940
397 PRESS STORIES AND AIR RAIDS September 1940
398 REPETITION IN GOVERNMENT PROPAGANDA September 1940
401 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS September 1940
403 THE EFFECT OF AIR RAIDS September 1940
404 ATTITUDES TO WAR September 1940
405 CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS (2) September 1940
406 AIR RAIDS AND INVASION September 1940
407 A SHELTER IN MIDDLESBROUGH September 1940
408 HUMAN ADJUSTMENTS IN AIR RAIDS September 1940
409 DAILY MORALE REPORT 18/9/40 September 1940
411 PARLIAMENT CHRISTIAN September 1940
412 EVACUEES AT OXFORD (LE) September 1940
413 HUMAN ADJUSTMENTS IN AIR RAIDS see FR 408 September 1940
414 EVACUEES AT OXFORD September 1940
415 NOTES ON MORALE September 1940
416 LOCALE MORALE REPORTS September 1940
418 DAILY MORALE REPORT 25/9/40 September 1940
421 DAILY MORALE REPORT 27/9/40 September 1940
422 NEWS REACTIONS September 1940
423 PRESS GUIDANCE September 1940
424 OPINION TRENDS September 1940
425 YOUNG MEN IN TUBES September 1940
428 PRESS ADVERTISEMENTS AND AIR RAIDS September 1940
429 LOCALE MORALE REPORTS September 1940
431 SURVEY OF VOLUNTARY AND OFFICIAL BODIES DURING BOMBING OF THE EAST END (RF/NM) September 1940
432 TREATMENT OF SCIENCE September 1940
433 THE HUMAN FACTORS IN EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGES September 1940
434 LETTERS AND DIRECTIVES September 1940
434A DESIGN FOR HOME September 1940
435 "LET GEORGE DO IT" September 1940
436 SHELTER IN LONDON October 1940
437 A TEST FOR DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS October 1940
438 WORLD REVIEW October 1940
439 FIRST WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE October 1940
441 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS October 1940
442 SLOGAN October 1940
443 ATTITUDES AND ACCESS TO NEWS AMONGST SERVICE MEN October 1940
444 NEWSREELS October 1940
445 FILM QUESTIONNAIRE October 1940
446 SOCIAL RESEARCH AND THE FILM October 1940
447 ARP IN KILBURN October 1940
448 PERSONIFACTION PROCESSES - (YOU) October 1940
449 SECOND WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE October 1940
451 RECEPTION AREAS October 1940
452 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS October 1940
454 PHOTOGRAPH OF WOMAN AND CHILD October 1940
455 MEMO TO MARY ADAMS ON REPORT FROM SOCIAL SURVEY October 1940
456 COMPARISON October 1940
458 MoI SHORTS October 1940
459 THIRD WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE October 1940
461 REFUGEES IN WORCESTER October 1940
462 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS October 1940
463 "LET GEORGE DO IT" October 1940
464 EAR PLUGS October 1940
465 HOW THE PRESS TREATED THE BLITZ October 1940
466 FOURTH WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE October 1940
467 THE OFFICIAL SIDE OF EVACUATION October 1940
468 THE PROSPECT OF WINTER October 1940
469 PUBS IN FULHAM October 1940
470 THE SOCIAL FUNCTION OF THE PRESS (RF) October 1940
471 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS October 1940
472 IMPRESSIONS OF NAZI GERMANY ON FILM (LE) October 1940
473 WHAT PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT TODAY October 1940
473A EXPERIMENT IN GAUGING ANY DAILY MORALE FLUCTUATIONS October 1940
474 MIDDLESBROUGH October 1940
475 WORCESTER October 1940
476 LETTERS AND DIRECTIVES October 1940
477 FIFTH WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE November 1940
478 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS November 1940
479 BOMBING OF A MESSERSCHMIDT IN STREATHAM November 1940
481 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS November 1940
482 THE THIRD EVACUATION (1) November 1940
483 THE THIRD EVACUATION (2) November 1940
484 NOVEMBER OPINION TRENDS November 1940
485 VICTORIANISM IN FILMS AND MUSIC HALLS November 1940
486 SIXTH WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE November 1940
487 LOCALE MORALE REPORTS November 1940
488 "INVASION FROM MARS" November 1940
489 NON-PHYSICAL EAR PLUG PROBLEMS November 1940
491 "BATTLE FOR BRITAIN" November 1940
492 DIRECTIVE RESULTS November 1940
493 SEVENTH WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE November 1940
494 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS November 1940
495 COVENTRY November 1940
496 POPULAR ATTITUDES TO WARTIME POLITICS November 1940
497 COVENTRY November 1940
498 PRESENT POSITION OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH (RF) November 1940
499 THE HOPE OF YOUTH November 1940
501 EIGHTH WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE November 1940
502 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS November 1940
503 AIR RAID ON LEICESTER (LE) November 1940
504 "THE WAR AND OURSELVES" November 1940
505 CUNNINGHAM REID AFFAIR November 1940
506 BEATING THE NIGHT BOMBER November 1940
507 PROVISIONAL PRINCIPLES FOR HOME PLANNING November 1940
508 NINTH WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE November 1940
509 CIRCULAR AND DECEMBER DIRECTIVE November 1940
510 THE WAR IN M-O DIARIES December 1940
511 POLITICAL AWARENESS IN WARTIME December 1940
512 LOCAL MORALE REPORTS December 1940
514 COLONIES QUESTIONNAIRE December 1940
515 ATTITUDE SCALES December 1940
516 SOUTHAMPTON December 1940
517 SOUTHAMPTON December 1940
518 EMPIRE ADVERTISING December 1940
519 ATTITUDES TO SPAIN, INDIA AND RUSSIA December 1940
520 WOMEN AND MORALE (PF) December 1940
521 TENTH WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE December 1940
522 NORTHAMPTON BY-ELECTION December 1940
523A WAR IN M-O DIARIES December 1940
523B ATTITUDES TO OTHER NATIONALITIES December 1940
524 NEWSREELS December 1940
525 QUESTIONNAIRE ON THE TERM 'FEDERAL UNION' AND ON ATTITUDES TO LOOTERS December 1940
526 CONFERENCE ON FEDERAL UNION OXFORD December 1940
527 ELEVENTH WEEKLY REPORT FOR HOME INTELLIGENCE December 1940
528 EMPIRE CRUSADE CAMPAIGN December 1940
529 THE AFTERMATH OF TOWN BLITZES December 1940
530 WOMEN AND THE WAR EFFORT December 1940
531 EXHIBITION AT CHARING CROSS UNDERGROUND STATION December 1940
532 RESULT OF DECEMBER DIRECTIVE December 1940
533 WOMEN AND THE WAR EFFORT December 1940
534 "LUNDY ISLE OF PUFFINS" BY R PERRY December 1940
535 TEST QUESTIONS FOR MR McNULTY December 1940
535A USE OF GAS IN HOMES December 1940
535B THE MARKET SITUATION IN OXFORD December 1940
536 FIRE SPOTTERS AND COMPULSORY ARP December 1940
537 CHRISTMAS 1940 December 1940
538 LIVERPOOL AND MANCHESTER December 1940
539 NOTE ON RUMOUR December 1940
540 WINTER SALES IN HIGH STREET KENSINGTON (VW) December 1940
541 FEELING ABOUT VARIOUS RACIAL GROUPS December 1940
542 PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE ABOUT BARDIA December 1940
543 THE PEOPLE'S CONVENTION December 1940
544 ATTITUDES TO INVASION December 1940
545 WARTIME INCONVENIENCES December 1940
547 AIR RAID IN YORK December 1940
550 SOCIOLOGY IN GREAT BRITAIN (JF) December 1940
551 REACTIONS TO BOOTHBY December 1940
552 THE BANNING OF THE "DAILY WORKER" December 1940
553 YOUNG PEOPLE December 1940
556 1940-1 WAR OF NERVES December 1940
559 PORTSMOUTH AND PLYMOUTH December 1940
563 DERBY December 1940
564 JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES December 1940
565 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE FOR JANUARY 1941 December 1940
565A EVACUATION PROBLEMS AND THEIR EFFECT ON LOCAL TRADE December 1940
566 PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT THE FRENCH February 1941
567 CARROT REPORT February 1941
568 MORALE IN 1941 February 1941
569 AIRMEN February 1941
571 REVIEWS February 1941
572 MEMO RE BOARD OF TRADE RESEARCH February 1941
573 REPORT FROM WESTERN UNIT (M-O) February 1941
574 WAR IN DECEMBER DIARIES February 1941
575 HENDON BOMB February 1941
576 INVASION FEELINGS February 1941
577 EVACUATION February 1941
578 HOME PROTECTION LEAFLET February 1941
579 NOTE ON PRIESTLEY BROADCAST February 1941
581 FOOD RETAILERS February 1941
582 MoI FILMS February 1941
584 WEARING WHITE IN BLACKOUT COUNT February 1941
585 RUMOUR IN CAMBRIDGE February 1941
586 INVASION FEELINGS February 1941
587 ANOTHER HENDON BOMB February 1941
588 THE LARGE HENDON BOMB February 1941
589 PRIESTLEY'S TALK February 1941
590 REPORT ON FIRST REACTIONS TO THE SYLT RAID February 1941
591 SWANSEA February 1941
592 COMMUNITY EFFORT AND INITIATIVE February 1941
593 DUNBARTONSHIRE BY-ELECTION February 1941
594 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE February 1941
594A THE INVASION LEAFLET February 1941
594B COMMUNITY FEEDING IN HARROW February 1941
595 SWANSEA March 1941
596 PRIESTLEY'S BROADCAST March 1941
597 FIRE FIGHTING ADVERT March 1941
598 WAR DIARIES March 1941
599 EXPECTATIONS OF SOCIAL CHANGE BROUGHT ABOUT BY WAR March 1941
600 MORALE IN GLASGOW March 1941
601 BRISTOL March 1941
602 CARDIFF March 1941
603 SOUTHAMPTON March 1941
604 THE SCOTTISH SHIPBUILDING AND ENGINEERING APPRENTICES' STRIKE March 1941
605 GENERAL MORALE SITUATION IN LONDON March 1941
606 PORTSMOUTH March 1941
607 CLYDEBANK BOMBING March 1941
608 PUBLIC FEELING ABOUT THE CZECHS March 1941
609 MANCHESTER AIR RAID March 1941
610 THE PUBLIC March 1941
611 THE NEW LABOUR PLANS March 1941
612 INVASION INSTRUCTIONS March 1941
613 WEEK'S MORALE March 1941
614 MINISTRY OF HEALTH ADVERTISEMENTS March 1941
615 WHY APPEAL TO WOMEN? March 1941
616 THE MULL OF KINTYRE March 1941
617 RECENT MORALE March 1941
618 WHITE IN BLACKOUT March 1941
619 DIARY EXTRACTS ON THE END OF THE WAR March 1941
620 MANCHESTER AIR RAIDS (BN) March 1941
621 DRAFTS FOR PROPOSED BOOK ON WAR DIARIES (YL) p11 missing in section 'Blitz Begins' March 1941
622 RAF TRENDS March 1941
623 ATTITUDE TO GAS March 1941
624 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN March 1941
625 WOMAN POWER April 1941
626 PLYMOUTH April 1941
627 NEWS QUOTA April 1941
628 BRISTOL April 1941
629 PRESENT DEFICIENCIES IN AMERICAN MORALE April 1941
631 GLASGOW April 1941
632 FOOD TENSIONS IN LATE FEBRUARY April 1941
633 THE NEED FOR AN OFFENSIVE MORALE April 1941
634 BROADCAST FOR NORTH AMERICA SERVICE April 1941
635 REVIEWS April 1941
636 REVIEWS April 1941
637 APRIL FOOLS' DAY 1941 April 1941
639 "YOU'RE TELLING ME" April 1941
640 HULL April 1941
641 THE HOUSE OF COMMON SENSE April 1941
642 J B PRIESTLEY April 1941
643 NOTE ON WEEK'S MORALE April 1941
644 BUDGET REACTIONS April 1941
645 GAS TESTS AT EAST MOLESEY AND ESHER April 1941
646 QUESTIONS ON SALONIKA April 1941
647 THE HOUSE OF COMMON SENSE April 1941
648 NATIONAL UNION OF STUDENTS CONFERENCE, 1941 April 1941
649 A P HERBERT'S POSTSCRIPT April 1941
651 QUESTIONS UPPERMOST IN THE PUBLIC MIND April 1941
652 BUDGET April 1941
653 USES OF LEISURE IN THE RAF April 1941
654 CHURCHILL April 1941
655 NOTE ON MORALE April 1941
656 THE POPE'S BROADCAST April 1941
657 A P HERBERT'S POSTSCRIPT April 1941
658 EASTER SUNDAY April 1941
659 SLEEP April 1941
661 THE SMALL SHOP KEEPER April 1941
662 FEELINGS ABOUT POISON GAS April 1941
663 REGISTRATION OF WOMEN April 1941
664-6 AN OFFENSIVE MORALE April 1941
667 NOTE ON MORALE April 1941
668 A PUBLIC DEMAND FOR REPRISALS? (TH) - draft (see also FRs 671, 694) April 1941
669 PLAN FOR BRITAIN April 1941
671 A PUBLIC DEMAND FOR REPRISALS? April 1941
672 A P HERBERT'S POSTSCRIPT April 1941
673 SATURATION OF INSTRUCTIONS April 1941
674 EDUCATION IN THE ARMED FORCES (see also FR 686) April 1941
675 THE MORALE SITUATION April 1941
676 NOTE ON CHURCHILL'S SPEECH April 1941
677 NOTE ON MORALE April 1941
678 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE April 1941
679 TWO GENERAL TRENDS IN MORALE May 1941
681 GAS MASK LEAFLET May 1941
682 NEWSPAPER READING May 1941
683 PLYMOUTH May 1941
684 CABINET CHANGES May 1941
685 HOLIDAYS May 1941
686 EDUCATION IN THE ARMED SERVICES May 1941
687 THE PUBLIC ACADEMY May 1941
688 THE END OF THE WAR May 1941
689 DIARY COMPARISONS May 1941
690 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE May 1941
691 BROADCAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN SERVICE May 1941
692 KINGS NORTON BY-ELECTION May 1941
693 PADDINGTON CHURCH COUNT May 1941
694 A PUBLIC DEMAND FOR REPRISALS? May 1941
695 REACTIONS TO HESS May 1941
696 OBITUARY OF SIR JAMES FRAZER May 1941
697 FEELINGS ABOUT FOREIGNERS May 1941
698 SPORTS QUESTIONNAIRE May 1941
699 PLAN FOR BRITAIN May 1941
701 GASMASK CARRYING May 1941
702 ARMY EXPENSES May 1941
703 EAST SUFFOLK VILLAGE May 1941
704 FOOD AND RATIONING May 1941
705 GASMASK CARRYING May 1941
706 LIVERPOOL May 1941
707 HESS May 1941
708 BROADCAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN SERVICE May 1941
709 REVIEW May 1941
711 THE LIVERPOOL WATERFRONT May 1941
712 GASMASK CARRYING AT STRATFORD-ON-AVON May 1941
713 FEELINGS ABOUT VICHY May 1941
714 WAR WEAPONS WEEK May 1941
715 HOLIDAYS (BW) May 1941
716 MORALE PRIORITIES May 1941
717 REACTIONS TO MILITARY ITEM IN THE EVENING STANDARD May 1941
718 LONDON OPINION ON RATS May 1941
721 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE June 1941
722 SOCIAL WELFARE AND THE BLITZED TOWNS June 1941
723 CIVILIAN AND SERVICE MORALE (TH) June 1941
724 BROADCAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN SERVICE June 1941
725 HORNSEY BY-ELECTION June 1941
726 BROADCAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN SERVICE (TH) (see also FR 724) June 1941
727 LIVERPOOL SEAMEN June 1941
728 CHANGES IN CLOTHING HABITS June 1941
729 FIRST WEEKLY REPORT June 1941
731 SOME ARMY QUESTIONS June 1941
732 REVIEW June 1941
733 MORALE AND GASMASK CARRYING June 1941
734 MORALE IN THE RANKS OF RAF June 1941
735 GASMASK CARRYING AND NEWSPAPER READING June 1941
736 SERVICEMEN ON RAILWAY STATIONS June 1941
737 CHANGES IN CLOTHING HABITS June 1941
738 SECOND WEEKLY REPORT June 1941
739 QUESTIONNAIRE ON PSYCHOLOGICAL WARWORK AND ON AIR RAIDS June 1941
741 CLOTHES CUPBOARDS June 1941
742 BROADCAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN SERVICE June 1941
743 THE PUBLIC AND THE PRESS June 1941
744 CHURCHILL v HORE-BELISHA June 1941
745 THIRD INVASION LEAFLET June 1941
746 "BANDS OF THE BRAVE" June 1941
747 CIVILIAN ENQUIRIES ABOUT ARMY LIFE AND ORGANISATION June 1941
748 SOME ARMY QUESTIONS (OXFORD) June 1941
749 HORE-BELISHA AND CHURCHILL June 1941
751 CLOTHES June 1941
752 CLOTHES June 1941
753 THIRD WEEKLY REPORT June 1941
754 SHOE RETAILER DISPLAY June 1941
755 FAITH IN PARLIAMENT June 1941
756 FIRST REACTIONS TO CLOTHES RATIONING IN M-O DIARIES (YL) June 1941
757 GENERAL PICTURE OF WAAF LIFE June 1941
758 REVIEW June 1941
759 REPORT ON USA June 1941
761 OXFORD CLUBS AND EVACUEE PARTICIPATION June 1941
762 BROADCAST FOR INDIA SERVICE June 1941
763 REVIEW June 1941
764 "THE GREAT DICTATOR" June 1941
765 FOURTH WEEKLY REPORT June 1941
766 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE July 1941
768 DEMOLITION IN LONDON July 1941
769 MASS ASTROLOGY July 1941
771 THE NEWSPAPERS AND THE INVASION OF RUSSIA July 1941
772 "ANSWERING YOU" I July 1941
773 COMPARATIVE REPORT ON WAR DIARIES July 1941
774 CLOTHES RATIONING July 1941
775 FIFTH WEEKLY REPORT July 1941
776 SMOKING TRENDS July 1941
777 SURVEY OF OXFORD UNIVERSITY July 1941
778 GREENOCK BY-ELECTION July 1941
779 SHOE REPAIRERS' OPINIONS July 1941
781 THE SOUTH WALES WATERFRONT July 1941
782 SEX DIFFERENCES IN OVERHEARD REMARKS July 1941
783 SIXTH WEEKLY REPORT July 1941
784 SMOKING HABITS July 1941
785-6 BLITZ INFORMATION - THE LIFE-LINE OF CIVIL DEFENCE July 1941
787 "LIVING WITH CANNIBALS" I July 1941
788 TIGER BAY July 1941
790 COVENTRY'S PREPARATION FOR NEXT WINTER'S BLITZ July 1941
791 CLOTHES RATIONING July 1941
792 "ANSWERING YOU" II July 1941
793 SEAMEN'S WELFARE ON MERSEYSIDE July 1941
794 SEVENTH WEEKLY REPORT July 1941
795 SONGWRITERS July 1941
796 SECOND BROADCAST FOR INDIA July 1941
797 "ANSWERING YOU" III July 1941
798 SOLDIERS' FEELINGS ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THEM AFTER THE WAR (BW) July 1941
799 MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FILMS July 1941
800 GAS MASK POSTERS July 1941
801 CLOTHES COUPON CARRY OVER July 1941
802 EIGHTH WEEKLY REPORT July 1941
803 "LIVING WITH CANNIBALS" II July 1941
804 DOGS IN LONDON July 1941
805 "ANSWERING YOU" IV July 1941
806 PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF AIR RAID SHELTERS AND EVACUATION July 1941
807 THE POSTWAR PROSPECT AND DEMOBILISATION July 1941
808 HABIT CHANGES IN WARTIME July 1941
809 BULLETIN & DIRECTIVE to panel August 1941
810 DRAFT MEMORANDUM FOR RESEARCH STUDY ON COMPLACENCY by F Goldman August 1941
811 NINTH WEEKLY REPORT August 1941
812 MASS ASTROLOGY August 1941
813 MASS ASTROLOGY August 1941
814 GAS MASK POSTERS August 1941
815 THE BUILDERS CAMPAIGN August 1941
816 "ANSWERING YOU" VI August 1941
817 CHESTER QUESTIONNAIRE August 1941
818 SMOKING TRENDS August 1941
819 FOREIGN SEAMEN'S ORGANISATIONS IN LIVERPOOL August 1941
820 LULL August 1941
821 FIRST TWO MONTHS IN THE NAVY August 1941
822 THE TENTH WEEKLY REPORT August 1941
823 "LIVING WITH CANNIBALS" III August 1941
824 BUILDERS CAMPAIGN August 1941
825-6 REVIEW August 1941
827 SERVICE AND CIVILIAN PAY August 1941
828 "ANSWERING YOU" VII August 1941
829 "FORTY YEARS OF PROGRESS" August 1941
830 CLOTHES RATIONING August 1941
831 "FORTY YEARS OF PROGRESS", see FR 829 August 1941
832 ELEVENTH WEEKLY REPORT August 1941
833 "LIVING WITH CANNIBALS" IV August 1941
834-5 SOCIAL CHANGE August 1941
836 AN ARMY DEPOT IN 1941 August 1941
838 PROVINCIAL DOGS August 1941
839 MANCHESTER INDUSTRIAL ATMOSPHERE August 1941
840 BIDDLE SURVEY (USA) August 1941
842 "ANSWERING YOU" VIII August 1941
843 OPINION ABOUT INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT August 1941
844 HULL August 1941
845 SOME CRITICISMS AND SUGGESTIONS ON SALVAGE COLLECTIONS August 1941
846 TWELFTH WEEKLY REPORT August 1941
848-9 PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT RUSSIA August 1941
850 PORTSMOUTH 1941 August 1941
851 NEWS OF RUSSO-GERMAN WAR August 1941
852 INFLUENCES ON OPINIONS August 1941
853 THE TECHNIQUE OF GALLUP POLLS (RF) August 1941
853A MASS-OBSERVATION IN WARTIME August 1941
854 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE September 1941
855 THIRTEENTH WEEKLY REPORT September 1941
856 BOLTON'S INDUSTRIES September 1941
857 POSTWAR JOBS September 1941
858-9 REVIEW September 1941
861 HOUSING AND RECONSTRUCTION September 1941
862 FOURTEENTH WEEKLY REPORT September 1941
863 'VICTORY V' CAMPAIGN September 1941
864 CHILDREN'S IDEAS ABOUT THE WAR (BW) September 1941
865-6 BATH RECONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE (JA) September 1941
867 WHY NOT WAR WRITERS? September 1941
868 INDEX OF DIARISTS MENTIONING CERTAIN SUBJECTS September 1941
869 SALVAGING HISTORY September 1941
871 GOVERNMENT EXHIBITIONS September 1941
872 FIFTEENTH WEEKLY REPORT September 1941
873-4 HUMAN PLANNING September 1941
875 "ANSWERING YOU" IX September 1941
876 PORTSMOUTH SHOPS AND SHOPPING September 1941
877 CHATHAM, SEPTEMBER 1941 September 1941
878 WHAT DOES BRITAIN MEAN TO YOU? September 1941
879 SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING RAF MORALE September 1941
881 SIXTEENTH WEEKLY REPORT September 1941
882 COMPOSITION OF NATIONAL PANEL September 1941
883 VISIT TO DOVER September 1941
884 IPSWICH MORALE September 1941
885 SEVENTEENTH WEEKLY REPORT September 1941
886-7 CIVILIAN ATTITUDES TO THE NAVY COMPARED WITH THE RAF AND ARMY September 1941
888 HOP PICKING IN KENT September 1941
891 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN PROGRESS October 1941
893 SCIENCE AND WORLD ORDER October 1941
894 WHY NOT WAR WRITERS? (TH) October 1941
895 PUBLIC ATTITUDES TO RAF NEWS October 1941
896 "POVERTY AND PROGRESS" October 1941
897 FASCIST DISTURBANCES IN THE ISLE OF MAN October 1941
898 EMPIRE AIR TRAINING SCHEME October 1941
899 FIRST WEEKLY DIGEST October 1941
902 SCARBOROUGH AND WHITBY BY-ELECTION October 1941
903 PLYMOUTH October 1941
904 "WHAT BRITAIN MEANS TO ME" October 1941
905 WREKIN BY-ELECTION October 1941
906 A NOTE ON SCARBOROUGH AND WREKIN BY-ELECTIONS October 1941
908 THE EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS October 1941
909 SECOND WEEKLY DIGEST October 1941
911 RAZOR BLADE SCHEME October 1941
913 RECONSTRUCTION PROBLEMS October 1941
914 TRANSPORT October 1941
916 EVACUATION October 1941
917 RUMOURS 20/10/41 October 1941
918 CO-OPERATION WITH AMERICA AFTER THE WAR October 1941
919 FEMALE ATTITUDE TO COMPULSION October 1941
922 RUMOURS October 1941
924 SUMMARY OF RUSSO-GERMAN WAR October 1941
925 SOME COMMENTS ON THE FAIRFIELD ABSENTEEISM REPORT October 1941
926 SUMMARY OF TALK TO BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY October 1941
927 THIRD WEEKLY DIGEST October 1941
928 RUMOURS 27/10/41 October 1941
931 FOURTH WEEKLY DIGEST October 1941
932 THE CLYDE SITUATION October 1941
933 STREET LITERATURE October 1941
934 THE EFFECTS OF WAR ON HAPPINESS October 1941
936 SUMMARY INTERIM REPORT ON ATS October 1941
937 MEMO FROM AN ARMY OFFICER October 1941
938-9 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE November 1941
942 PERMUTATIONS OF EVACUATION November 1941
943 WAR JOKES November 1941
944 REVIEW November 1941
945 RUMOURS 3/11/41 November 1941
947 FIFTH WEEKLY DIGEST November 1941
948 ABCA November 1941
949 THE LIBERAL PARTY'S NATIONAL ENQUIRY INTO THE POSITION AND DIFFICULTIES OF THE INDEPENDENT TRADER November 1941
951 EVERYDAY FEELINGS ABOUT SCIENCE November 1941
952 ATS CAMPAIGN November 1941
953 TWO BLITZ OCCASIONS (TH) November 1941
955 ATS November 1941
957 SIXTH WEEKLY DIGEST November 1941
958 MORALE IN OCTOBER November 1941
961 BEAVERBROOK WASTE PAPER APPEAL November 1941
963 ABCA SCHEME November 1941
965 SEVENTH WEEKLY DIGEST November 1941
967 "SHIPS WITH WINGS" November 1941
968 WAR BOOKS November 1941
969 MASS-OBSERVATION November 1941
971 MONTHLY DIGEST OF M-O MATERIAL November 1941
974 EIGHTH WEEKLY DIGEST November 1941
975 SUPERSTITION November 1941
977 SHORT DIAGRAMMATIC FILM November 1941
979 SMOKING November 1941
980 ARMISTICE DAY November 1941
982 NINTH WEEKLY DIGEST December 1941
983 HOUSES OR FLATS? December 1941
985 RUMOURS December 1941
987 "LIVING AMONG CANNIBALS" December 1941
988 THE NATIONAL SAVINGS COMMITTEE December 1941
989 RUMOURS 8/12/41 December 1941
990 PUBLIC FEELING ABOUT WARTIME REFORMS December 1941
992 TENTH WEEKLY DIGEST December 1941
993 SAVING SURVEY December 1941
995 EFFECTS OF RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN ON FEELINGS ABOUT INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT December 1941
997 RUMOURS 15/12/41 December 1941
999 AMERICAN TINNED FOOD December 1941
1001 NOVEMBER MORALE December 1941
1003 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN December 1941
1004 OPINION DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF THE WAR BETWEEN AMERICA AND JAPAN (BW) December 1941
1006 FILM TREATMENT December 1941
1009 MANPOWER AND CONSCRIPTION December 1941
1012 RUMOURS 29/12/41 December 1941
1014 HARROW BY-ELECTION December 1941
1015 EDINBURGH BY-ELECTION December 1941
1016 TWELFTH WEEKLY DIGEST December 1941
1017 HAMPSTEAD BY-ELECTION December 1941
1018 THIRTEENTH WEEKLY DIGEST December 1941
1019 WHAT PEOPLE WANT December 1941
1020 REVIEWS OF HOME PROPAGANDA BY MASS-OBSERVATION January 1942
1022 HOW BRITAIN EATS January 1942
1024 OPINION ABOUT LIBERALISM January 1942
1025 MASS-OBSERVATION AND HOW IT WORKS January 1942
1026 "ANSWERING YOU" January 1942
1028 RUMOURS 5/1/42 January 1942
1029 WAAF OBSERVER January 1942
1030 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S EVE 1941 January 1942
1031 "THE GREAT MAN CHASE" January 1942
1032-3 WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT FROM WAR (TH) January 1942
1034 OPINION ON THE EASTERN WAR January 1942
1035 "I'M GETTING FED UP WITH SPIES" January 1942
1036 BLANKETS FOR RUSSIA January 1942
1039 SPEECH TO PUBLICITY CLUB January 1942
1041 SPEECH TO HOUSING CENTRE January 1942
1043 THE END OF THE WAR January 1942
1044 FOURTEENTH WEEKLY DIGEST January 1942
1045 FIFTEENTH WEEKLY DIGEST January 1942
1048 MORALE IN DECEMBER 1941 January 1942
1049 REPORT ON BIRCH BUSES (HUMAN FACTORS) January 1942
1050 ATTITUDES TO SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM January 1942
1052 THE FAR EAST AND THE FUTURE January 1942
1053 A SAVINGS SURVEY (WORKING CLASS) January 1942
1054 TALK TO HAMPSTEAD ETHICAL SOCIETY January 1942
1055 NOTE ON PUBLIC ATTITUDE TO PRESS ADVERTISING January 1942
1057 BROADCAST TO SWEDEN January 1942
1058 "WAR IN THE EAST" January 1942
1059 "SHIPS WITH WINGS" January 1942
1061 SIXTEENTH WEEKLY DIGEST January 1942
1062 NOTE ON "WAR IN THE FAR EAST" January 1942
1064 THE BIG DEBATE January 1942
1065 CORNISH TIN MINING January 1942
1066 TALK TO ST CHRISTOPHER'S SCHOOL January 1942
1067 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN January 1942
1072 MENUS February 1942
1073 BUDGETS incidence of luxury expenditure taken from panel replies (BW) February 1942
1074 HEALTH February 1942
1076 SAVERS AND NON-SAVERS February 1942
1077 EXCESS PROFITS TAX February 1942
1078 WAR PRODUCTION February 1942
1079 BROADCAST TO SWEDEN No 2 February 1942
1080 ADOLESCENTS IN WARTIME February 1942
1081 ARRIVAL OF A NEW EMPLOYEE February 1942
1083 ATS CAMPAIGN February 1942
1084 FROM THE MINISTRY OF SUPPLY TO THE MINISTRY OF PRODUCTION February 1942
1085 DISLIKE OF MINISTERS February 1942
1086 THE EFFECT OF WAR ON HEALTH AND HAPPINESS February 1942
1087 "ANSWERING YOU" February 1942
1088 EXPECTATION OF 1942 February 1942
1090 THE CAMPAIGN IN THE FAR EAST February 1942
1091 WAAF MORALE February 1942
1092 MINISTRY OF PRODUCTION February 1942
1094 FEELINGS ABOUT THE AUSTRALIAN PEOPLE February 1942
1095 OPINION ON AMERICA February 1942
1096 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN February 1942
1098 DIARY OF A COTTON WORKER February 1942
1101 WAR IN FAR EAST February 1942
1103 WARTIME INCONVENIENCES February 1942
1104 OPINION ABOUT THE GERMAN PEOPLE February 1942
1105 MORALE IN DONNINGTON February 1942
1107 WAR IN FAR EAST (see FR 1101) February 1942
1108 SEVENTEENTH WEEKLY DIGEST February 1942
1109 EIGHTEENTH WEEKLY DIGEST February 1942
1110 NINETEENTH WEEKLY DIGEST February 1942
1111 OPINION ON CABINET CHANGES February 1942
1112 THE CLOSING OF SMALL SHOPS February 1942
1114 TWENTIETH WEEKLY DIGEST February 1942
1117 CABINET CHANGES February 1942
1118 TRUSTING THE BRAINS February 1942
1119 "SEAMAN FRANK" February 1942
1120 GERMAN BATTLE CRUISERS AT BREST February 1942
1121 "NEWSPAPER TRAIN" February 1942
1122 MORALE IN JANUARY 1942 February 1942
1126 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN March 1942
1128 THE BRITISH PUBLIC'S FEELING ABOUT LIBERALISM March 1942
1129 "SEAMAN FRANK" March 1942
1131 "WAR IN THE EAST" March 1942
1132 "RUSH HOUR" March 1942
1133-4 BRACKER'S TRACKERS March 1942
1135 WAR INCONVENIENCES March 1942
1136 JAPANESE ATROCITIES March 1942
1137 JAPAN AND RUSSIA March 1942
1138 MUSIC March 1942
1139 TWENTY-FIRST WEEKLY DIGEST March 1942
1143 UTILITY CLOTHING SCHEME March 1942
1144 BROADCAST TO GERMANY March 1942
1145 TWENTY-SECOND WEEKLY DIGEST March 1942
1146 NEWSPAPER STRIPS March 1942
1147-8 PUBLIC OPINION March 1942
1149 SOME THOUGHTS ON GREYHOUNDS AND NATIONAL UNITY March 1942
1151 THE DEMAND FOR DAY NURSERIES March 1942
1152 "NEWSPAPER TRAIN" March 1942
1153 REACTIONS TO NEWS March 1942
1155 FOOD TENSIONS March 1942
1156-7 WHAT WORKERS REALLY EARN March 1942
1158 THE BRITISH EMPIRE March 1942
1160 ADVERTISING March 1942
1162 PROPAGANDA FOR TOWN PLANNING March 1942
1163 WOMEN IN INDUSTRY March 1942
1165 MORALE IN FEBRUARY 1942 Series F (see appendix) March 1942
1166 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS March 1942
1167 MORALE NOW AND AHEAD March 1942
1171-2 PAPER SALVAGE CAMPAIGN March 1942
1173 WARNING THE DAILY MIRROR March 1942
1174 MoI PROVINCIAL FILM QUESTIONNAIRE March 1942
1175 FOOD SUGGESTIONS March 1942
1176 SALVAGE PAPER; DAILY MIRROR March 1942
1177-8 THE IMPLICATIONS OF GRANTHAM March 1942
1179 NOTES FROM AN AIRCRAFT CARRIER March 1942
1182 IF I WERE MINISTER OF INFORMATION March 1942
1183 BEDTIME STORY March 1942
1184 SANITARY TOWELS March 1942
1190 PUB BOOK April 1942
1193 MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SHORTS April 1942
1194 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE April 1942
1196 BLAINA INVESTIGATION April 1942
1197 FURTHER REPORT ON DAILY MIRROR April 1942
1198 "WE WANT MORE SHIPS" April 1942
1199 WORK AND HOLIDAYS April 1942
1200 RELIGION April 1942
1201 PUBLIC OPINION April 1942
1204 "SHIPS WITH WINGS " April 1942
1205 MORALE IN MARCH April 1942
1206 ON PRODUCTION April 1942
1207 PRESTIGE OF GOVERNMENT LEADERS April 1942
1209 IGNORANCE April 1942
1210 THE OPPOSITE SEX AND WARTIME DIFFICULTIES April 1942
1211 THE PORT OF HULL April 1942
1212 QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE METHOD IN SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH April 1942
1213 PORT OF HULL (see FR 1211) April 1942
1214 REPORT FOR Nature April 1942
1216 THE TIME FACTOR IN WAR PRODUCTION April 1942
1218-9 SHIPS WITH WINGS April 1942
1221 FORCES PUBLIC OPINION SURVEY April 1942
1222 BOOK READING SURVEY April 1942
1224 HOUSEWIVE'S FEELINGS ABOUT FOOD April 1942
1225 NOTES ON RUBBER SALVAGE CAMPAIGN April 1942
1226 UNCOMMON SENSE April 1942
1227 CARDIFF BY-ELECTION April 1942
1229 ATTITUDES TO THE CONTINUANCE OF ORGANISED SPORT IN WARTIME (BW) April 1942
1231 DAILY MIRROR WARNING AND NEWS BELIEF April 1942
1233 PANEL NEWS QUOTA April 1942
1237 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN May 1942
1238 APPEALS TO WOMEN May 1942
1240 PUB BOOK May 1942
1241-2 FUEL RATIONING QUESTIONNAIRE May 1942
1243 FUEL RATIONING May 1942
1244 MINISTER OF DEFENCE May 1942
1245 MERSEYSIDE SHIPPING SITUATION May 1942
1247 NEWS DISINTEREST May 1942
1249 RADIO May 1942
1253-4 AIR SUPERIORITY May 1942
1255 APPEALS TO WOMEN May 1942
1256 FEELINGS OF THE WEEK May 1942
1257 CHANGES IN CLOTHING HABITS IN APRIL 1941 & 1942 May 1942
1258 MORALE IN APRIL May 1942
1262 SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT ON RAOC DONNINGTON May 1942
1263 BELIEF IN THE SUPERNATURAL May 1942
1264 THE PROVINCIAL NEWS QUOTA May 1942
1266 NOTE ON CLOGS May 1942
1267 POLITICAL TRUCE May 1942
1268 THE TRADITONAL ENGLISH SUNDAY May 1942
1269 POST WAR EDUCATION May 1942
1273 FORCES FAMILY ALLOWANCES May 1942
1274 FUEL RATIONING May 1942
1275 A STUDY OF WAR ATTITUDES by P E Vernon, reprinted from The British Journal of Medical Psychology, Vol XIX, part 2, 1942 [Non M-O item] May 1942
1276 CANNIBAL ISLAND May 1942
1282 CLASS CONSCIOUSNESS AND CLASS UNCONSCIOUSNESS May 1942
1283 FAMILY ALLOWANCES AT THE LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE May 1942
1284 SUMMARY OF RAW MATERIAL USED IN MORALE REPORT May 1942
1285 TWO BAEDECKER RAIDS May 1942
1286 RADIO May 1942
1290 MORALE IN MAY 1942 June 1942
1291 RADIO COLUMN FOR OBSERVER June 1942
1292 ARMY IN EAST June 1942
1294-5 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN June 1942
1297 SECOND FRONT FEELINGS June 1942
1298 PEOPLE IN PRODUCTION June 1942
1301 HEATED PEOPLE June 1942
1302 REVIEW OF RAF BOOKS June 1942
1304 REVIEW OF ARMY BOOK June 1942
1305 MALEKULA BROADCAST June 1942
1306 AMERICANS IN IRELAND June 1942
1309 ULSTER SHIPPING SITUATION June 1942
1312-3 THE JOURNALISTS' WAR June 1942
1314 MARGINAL CREATIVE PERSONNEL June 1942
1315 DEATH AND THE SUPERNATURAL June 1942
1317 WOMEN'S WAR June 1942
1318 LIVING IN CITIES EXHIBITION June 1942
1319 RADIO June 1942
1319A TALK FOR NEW ZEALAND June 1942
1321 ABSENTEEISM FROM FIREWATCHING AND WARDEN'S SERVICES, NORWICH June 1942
1322-3 MASS-OBSERVATION AND MORALE June 1942
1324 THE PRESS AND THE SIXTH LIBYAN CAMPAIGN June 1942
1326 PUBLIC OPINION DURING THE PAST YEAR June 1942
1330 QUARTERLY SURVEY OF GASMASK WEARING (DB) June 1942
1330A DAILY EXPRESS June 1942
1331 MORALE IN JULY 1942 July 1942
1332 BOOKS AND THE PUBLIC July 1942
1333 PUBLIC SATISFACTION WITH THE PRIME MINISTER July 1942
1334 RADIO COLUMN July 1942
1335 "ANSWERING YOU" July 1942
1337-8 THE SALVAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BONES July 1942
1339 DAILY EXPRESS READERSHIP July 1942
1341 SOCIAL CLIMBING July 1942
1342 "NEXT OF KIN" FILM July 1942
1344 PEOPLE IN PRODUCTION July 1942
1346 BOB MARTIN'S TABLETS July 1942
1349 MORALE AND AGE 1942 July 1942
1351 RADIO COLUMN July 1942
1352A WHAT BRITAIN THINKS ABOUT THE POSTWAR WORLD July 1942
1352B AMERICA AND THE POSTWAR WORLD July 1942
1352C RECORDING THE HOME FRONT WAR IN BRITAIN July 1942
1356 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE July 1942
1359 SUGGESTED SERVICE OF INFORMATION FROM MASS-OBSERVATION July 1942
1361-2 REPORT ON WHO LIKES AND DISLIKES SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS July 1942
1363 CRIPPS' BROADCAST TO AMERICA July 1942
1364 RECONSTRUCTION REPORT July 1942
1364A RECONSTRUCTION REPORT July 1942
1366 POSTWAR QUESTIONNAIRE July 1942
1369 MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL USED IN THE MORALE REPORT FOR JULY July 1942
1375 SECOND REPORT ON SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS August 1942
1378-9 WAR PHOTOGRAPHS EXHIBITION August 1942
1380 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE August 1942
1381 CRIPPS August 1942
1383 EDWARD CURRAN & CO LTD CARDIFF August 1942
1384-5 RELATIVE POPULARITY OF CERTAIN WAR CHARITIES August 1942
1389 RECONSTRUCTION August 1942
1390 TUBE INVESTMENTS LTD August 1942
1392 DEATH OF THE DUKE OF KENT August 1942
1393 TUBE INVESTMENTS LTD August 1942
1394 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS August 1942
1397 POSTWAR QUESTIONNAIRE August 1942
1400 JOKES August 1942
1401 MORALE IN AUGUST 1942 September 1942
1402 BULLETIN AND DIRECTIVE September 1942
1410 THE LIMITATIONS OF STATISTICS IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH September 1942
1411 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS September 1942
1412 NOTE ON SPEECH GIVEN BY SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS AT THE NOTTINGHAM YOUTH RALLY, 31 AUGUST 1942 September 1942
1413 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS September 1942
1414 RECONSTRUCTION September 1942
1415 MASS-OBSERVATION September 1942
1416 FEELINGS AT THE SUGGESTION OF A BAN ON THE GIVING OF BONES TO DOGS (DB) September 1942
1418 SERVICE PAY September 1942
1419 PROPOSED RADIO INVESTIGATION September 1942
1420 REPORT ON THE DAILY HERALD READERSHIP September 1942
1421 THE SALVATION ARMY September 1942
1422 THE SERVICE OF YOUTH (see FR 1353) September 1942
1423 NIGHT BOMBING AND THE PEOPLE September 1942
1428 QUARTERLY SUMMARY OF GASMASK CARRYING September 1942
1431 MORALE IN SEPTEMBER 1942 October 1942
1442 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS October 1942
1443 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS October 1942
1445 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN October 1942
1446 SUGGESTED SERVICE BY MASS-OBSERVATION FOR THE MINISTRY OF FUEL October 1942
1447 REPORT ON THE FUEL ECONOMY I October 1942
1448 REPORT ON THE FUEL ECONOMY II October 1942
1449 REPORT ON THE FUEL ECONOMY III October 1942
1450 MEMORANDUM ON MASS-OBSERVATION October 1942
1451-2 RECONSTRUCTION October 1942
1453 WOMEN'S OPINIONS October 1942
1455 CANADIAN PUBLIC OPINION SURVEY October 1942
1456 PEOPLE'S HOMES October 1942
1457 PILOT QUESTIONNAIRE ON EDUCATION October 1942
1481 MORALE IN OCTOBER 1942 November 1942
1482 SOCIAL SCIENCE AND THE SCIENCES (DB) November 1942
1483 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS AND THE FUTURE November 1942
1484 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS AND THE FUTURE November 1942
1485 RECONSTRUCTION IV November 1942
1487 FUEL ECONOMY V November 1942
1488 FUEL ECONOMY VI November 1942
1489-90 FUEL ECONOMY VII November 1942
1491 THE USE OF TOWELS FOR DRYING AND POLISHING GLASSES IN PUBLIC HOUSES November 1942
1492 CURRENT FEELINGS ABOUT RUSSIA (JH) November 1942
1493 WOMEN'S OPINIONS November 1942
1494-5 WAR FACTORY November 1942
1496 TUBE INVESTMENTS LTD INVESTIGATION November 1942
1497 TUBE INVESTMENTS LTD November 1942
1498 BLAINA November 1942
1499 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN November 1942
1501 WHAT THE BRITISH THINK OF THE AMERICANS November 1942
1522 MORALE IN NOVEMBER 1942 December 1942
1524 SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS December 1942
1525 RECONSTRUCTION V December 1942
1526 FUEL ECONOMY VIII December 1942
1527 FUEL ECONOMY IX December 1942
1528 IMPRESSIONS OF EXHIBITION ON FUEL ECONOMY December 1942
1529 VIEWS ABOUT NEWS December 1942
1531-4 SHOPPING HABITS December 1942
1536 HAVE YOU A MIND OF YOUR OWN? December 1942
1537 BACKGROUND TO NOVEMBER 1942 December 1942
1538 FIRST REACTIONS TO THE BEVERIDGE REPORT December 1942
1539 POSTWAR SECURITIES December 1942
1541 CHRISTMAS ECONOMIES 1942 December 1942
1542 GENERAL ATTITUDES TO VENEREAL DISEASE December 1942
1543 GERMANY AFTER THE WAR December 1942
1545 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN - DECEMBER December 1942
1546 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN December 1942
1548 QUARTERLY SUMMARY OF GASMASK CARRYING December 1942
1549 FEELINGS OF THE WEEK December 1942
1550 PEOPLE'S HOMES December 1942
1550A INTRODUCTION TO PEOPLE'S HOMES December 1942
1561 MORALE IN DECEMBER 1942 January 1943
1562 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN January 1943
1565 PUBLIC REACTIONS TO THE BEVERIDGE REPORT (LE) January 1943
1566 RELIGION AND THE PEOPLE January 1943
1567 GIRLS BETWEEN SCHOOL LEAVING AGE AND REGISTRATION AGE January 1943
1568 PUBLIC REACTION TO THE BEVERIDGE REPORT January 1943
1569 FEELINGS ABOUT AMERICA AND THE AMERICANS January 1943
1571 STREET COUNTS January 1943
1572 RELIGION AND THE PEOPLE January 1943
1573 PUBLIC ATTITUDES TO VD January 1943
1574 MASS-OBSERVATION January 1943
1578 INTRODUCTION TO HOUSING BOOK January 1943
1579 MORALE 1943 January 1943
1591 MORALE IN JANUARY 1943 February 1943
1592 WOMEN'S OPINIONS February 1943
1593 THE SORT OF HOME THE ENGLISHMAN WANTS February 1943
1594 FOOD INDIRECTS February 1943
1595 READERSHIP OF THE TRIBUNE February 1943
1596 THE PUBLIC AND VD February 1943
1597 MASS-OBSERVATION METHODS (JF) February 1943
1598 MARTINS CIGARETTES February 1943
1599 THE PUBLIC AND VD February 1943
1601-2 RECORDING THE HOME FRONT WAR February 1943
1603 INDUSTRIAL WELFARE February 1943
1604 KUOYU POSTSCRIPT ON INDUSTRIAL WELFARE February 1943
1605 ADVERTISEMENTS FOR CLARK'S SHOES - DRAWINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS February 1943
1606 WHAT ARE PEOPLE IN BRITAIN THINKING AND TALKING ABOUT? February 1943
1607 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (3) February 1943
1609 MORALE FEBRUARY 1943 February 1943
1610 THE WATFORD BY-ELECTION February 1943
1611 WOMEN IN PUBS February 1943
1612 FAITH AND FEAR IN POSTWAR BRITAIN February 1943
1614 EXTRACT FROM QUOTA QUESTIONNAIRES March 1943
1615 MORALE IN FEBRUARY 1943 March 1943
1616 SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN HOME-BUILDING March 1943
1617 OPINION TRENDS AMONG THE FORCES March 1943
1618 RADIO SHOPS March 1943
1619 READERSHIP OF ILLUSTRATED March 1943
1620 AFTER THE WAR - FEELINGS IN THE WAAF March 1943
1621 THE LIMITATIONS OF STATISTICS IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC OPINION (JGF) March 1943
1622 SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN HOME BUILDING article for Town and Country Planning March 1943
1623 FEELINGS ABOUT RUSSIA March 1943
1624 PRIVATE OPINION ABOUT THE GERMAN PEOPLE March 1943
1625 DRINK March 1943
1626-7 METHODS OF MASS-OBSERVATION WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO HOUSING March 1943
1628 EXTRACTS FROM NEWS QUOTA QUESTIONNAIRES March 1943
1629 HEALTH March 1943
1630 VARIOUS INDIRECTS COLLECTED DURING THE WEEK OF 15 MARCH 1943 March 1943
1631 ABSENTEEISM AND INDUSTRIAL MORALE March 1943
1632 SOME NOTES ON THE USE OF LEISURE March 1943
1633 VD PUBLICITY AND THE PRESS March 1943
1634 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (4) March 1943
1635 WOMEN IN PUBLIC HOUSES March 1943
1637 RADIO March 1943
1638 BULLETIN March 1943
1647 WHAT PEOPLE IN BRITAIN ARE THINKING AND TALKING ABOUT March 1943
1648 RECENT TRENDS IN ANTI-SEMITISM March 1943
1649 BRISTOL BY-ELECTION March 1943
1650 MORALE IN MARCH 1943 March 1943
1651 PEOPLE'S HOMES April 1943
1652-3 THE TUBE DWELLERS April 1943
1654 PEOPLE'S HOMES April 1943
1655 BRITISH NEWSLETTER April 1943
1656-7 MUTUAL ANGLO-AMERICAN FEELINGS April 1943
1658 MORALE IN MARCH 1943 April 1943
1659 FEELINGS ABOUT THE OBSOLETE REGISTER AT EDDISBURY April 1943
1660 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (5) April 1943
1661 FEELINGS ABOUT CZECHS April 1943
1662-3 WHAT YOUR CHILD THINKS OF THE WAR April 1943
1664 FEELINGS ABOUT CZECHS April 1943
1665 FEELINGS ABOUT HOSPITALS April 1943
1666 THE LIMITATIONS OF STATISTICS IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC OPINION April 1943
1667 NEWS QUOTA QUESTIONNAIRES April 1943
1668 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (6) April 1943
1669C NEWS QUOTA April 1943
1669K THE BUDGET April 1943
1669L PUBLIC OPINION AS A MEANS OF OVERCOMING ANTI-SEMITISM April 1943
1669M DAVENTRY BY-ELECTION April 1943
1669N EDDISBURY BY-ELECTION April 1943
1669O POSTWAR CIVIL AVIATION April 1943
1669P MASS-OBSERVATION - FACT HUNTERS - A NEW METHOD OF TESTING PUBLIC OPINION April 1943
1669Q ATTITUDES TO FOREIGNERS April 1943
1669R CLOTHING TRENDS April 1943
1670B MORALE April 1943
1671 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN May 1943
1672 MORALE IN APRIL Series F (see appendix) May 1943
1673 SOCIAL SECURITY AND PARLIAMENT May 1943
1674 BRITISH NEWSLETTER May 1943
1675 PUBLIC TASTE AND PUBLIC DESIGN May 1943
1676 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (7) May 1943
1677 PUBLIC TASTE AND PUBLIC DESIGN May 1943
1678 NEWS QUOTAS May 1943
1679 INDUSTRIAL QUESTIONNAIRE May 1943
1683 CLASS CONSCIOUSNESS AND CLASS UNCONSCIOUSNESS May 1943
1780 YOUTH QUESTIONNAIRE May 1943
1781 THE BLACK MARKET May 1943
1782-3 SOCIAL SECURITY AND PARLIAMENT May 1943
1784-5 TINNED AND DRIED PEAS May 1943
1786 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (8) May 1943
1787-8 PUBLIC TASTE AND PUBLIC DESIGN (see FR 1677) May 1943
1789 DEMOBILISATION May 1943
1791 BROWNING OFF May 1943
1792 GOING TO THE DENTIST May 1943
1793 TAKING MEDICINES IN WARTIME May 1943
1794 GETTING NEW RATION BOOKS May 1943
1795 BROWNING OFF May 1943
1796 MORALE IN MAY 1943 May 1943
1797 SOCIAL SECURITY AND PARLIAMENT May 1943
1829 MORALE IN MAY 1943 June 1943
1830 PUBLIC DESIGN AND PUBLIC TASTE June 1943
1831 GERMANY AFTER THE WAR June 1943
1832 PATENT MEDICINES June 1943
1833 MEDICINES IN WARTIME June 1943
1833A BULLETIN June 1943
1834 EXPLANATORY NOTE ON STATEMENT BY TH ABOUT CLASS DIFFERENCES IN ATTITUDES TO NATIONALISATION AND OTHER MAJOR CHANGES June 1943
1835 BEHAVIOUR OF WOMEN IN PUBLIC HOUSES June 1943
1836 BEHAVIOUR OF WOMEN IN PUBLIC HOUSES June 1943
1837-7A JUVENILE DRINKING June 1943
1839 BROADCAST TO CHINA June 1943
1840 MORALE IN JUNE 1943 June 1943
1841 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (9) June 1943
1842 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (10) June 1943
1843 TUBE INVESTMENTS LTD June 1943
1844 BY-ELECTIONS FEBRUARY - JUNE 1943 June 1943
1845 NEWARK BY-ELECTION June 1943
1846 PUBLIC FEELING ABOUT THE DUTCH June 1943
1862 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN July 1943
1863 SOCIAL SURVEY July 1943
1864 PLASTICS July 1943
1865 MORALE MATERIAL - JULY 1943 July 1943
1866 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (11) July 1943
1867 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (12) July 1943
1868 MORALE IN JUNE 1943 July 1943
1869 PRIVATE MOTORING July 1943
1870 HAPPINESS IN WARTIME July 1943
1870A THE CHAPLAIN TO THE FORCES July 1943
1871 THE CINEMA AUDIENCE July 1943
1882 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (13) August 1943
1883 MORALE IN JULY 1943 August 1943
1884 PETERBOROUGH SURVEY August 1943
1885 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN August 1943
1886 REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLING AND THE QUALITATIVE APPROACH TO PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH August 1943
1887 PEOPLE'S ATTITUDE WITH REGARD TO FIGHTING THE JAPANESE WHEN THE EUROPEAN WAR IS OVER August 1943
1888 MORALE MATERIAL - AUGUST 1943 August 1943
1889 WHAT THE CONSUMER THINKS OF SELF-MEDICATION August 1943
1890 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (14) August 1943
1891 JUVENILE DRINKING IN CHICHESTER August 1943
1892 CHIPPENHAM BY-ELECTION August 1943
1893 WARTIME PATTERN OF SAVING AND SPENDING August 1943
1910 WHAT CHILDREN THINK OF THE WAR September 1943
1910A WHAT CHILDREN THINK OF THE WAR September 1943
1911 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN September 1943
1912 FEELINGS ABOUT A STATE MEDICAL SERVICE September 1943
1913 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (15) September 1943
1914 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (16) September 1943
1915 MORALE IN AUGUST 1943 September 1943
1916 PUBLIC TASTE AND PUBLIC DESIGN September 1943
1921 PUBLIC ATTITUDES TO STATE MEDICINE October 1943
1921A NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE October 1943
1922 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN October 1943
1923 PUBLIC OPINION AND THE AMERICANS October 1943
1924 STRIKES IN WARTIME October 1943
1944 FORTNIGHTLY BULLETIN (17) October 1943
1945 EFFECTS OF THE EXHIBITION October 1943
1946 MORALE IN OCTOBER 1943 October 1943
1947 HAPPINESS IN WARTIME October 1943
1948 THE TUBE DWELLERS October 1943
1949 MORALE IN SEPTEMBER 1943 October 1943
1952 RADIO November 1943
1960 DAILY EXPRESS November 1943
1961 MORALE IN NOVEMBER 1943 November 1943
1962 FEELINGS ABOUT POLITICAL TRUCE November 1943
1963 WHAT MAKES A MARRIAGE SUCCESSFUL? November 1943
1964 WHAT DO YOU THINK OF INTER-ALLIED CO-OPERATION? November 1943
1965 A NEW SOCIAL SCIENCE November 1943
1966 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN November 1943
1967 THE FOUNDATIONS OF A SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE November 1943
1968 WHO'LL WIN? November 1943
1969 WHAT MAKES A MARRIAGE SUCCESSFUL? November 1943
1970 WOMEN IN PUBS December 1943
1971 CHRISTMAS QUESTIONNAIRE December 1943
1983 ACTON BY-ELECTION December 1943
1989 DIRECTIVE AND BULLETIN December 1943
1990 MOSLEY AND AFTER January 1944
1991 A NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE January 1944
1992 RESISTANCE TO ADVERTISING panel views on the impact of press advertising (see also FR 2010C) January 1944
1993 POST-MOSLEY QUESTIONNAIRE January 1944
1994 RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOLS January 1944
1995 SURVEY OF THE VILLAGES OF LUCCOMBE, WEST LUCCOMBE AND LEA January 1944
1996 STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF PUBLIC OPINION SURVEYS (JGF) January 1944
1997