Hitler's Black Book - information for Gerald Barry

Title
First Name(s)
Gerald
Surname
Barry
Original List ID
B33
Date of Birth / Age
20/Nov/1898
Home Town
Last Seen
Believed Location
43 Cheval Place London Sw7
Occupation
Director of 'News Chonicle'
Investigating Office
Involved In
Alias
Editorial Notes
Sir Gerald Barry (20 November 189-21 November 1968) was a British newspaper editor and organiser of the Festival of Britain. Born in Surbiton, Barry studied at Marlborough College, and planned to continue his education at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, but instead joined the Royal Flying Corps then, on its establishment, the Royal Air Force. In 1919, he took a post as a journalist at the Daily Express, and in 1921 he moved to the Saturday Review as Assistant Editor, becoming editor in 1924. He resigned in 1930, refusing an order from the board of directors to support the United Empire Party. He was immediately appointed editor of the new Week-End Review, an article in which prompted the formation of the Political and Economic Planning think-tank; Barry was appointed as a founder member. When the Week-end Review merged with the New Statesman in 1934, Barry joined its board of directors. Meanwhile, he took a post as Features Editor of the News Chronicle, succeeding Aylmer Vallance as Editor in 1936, serving until 1947.
Source of Editorial Notes
Some of the material for the biographical data was partially derived from various information found within specific articles on en.wikipedia.org/wiki, de.wikipedia.org/, cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/, fr.wikipedia.org, pl.wikipedia.org which is released under the terms of the creativecommons.org/licenses/by-s/3.0/.

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Amtsgruppe VIG1 - Evaluation of Intelligence Material
Name (Before 1941)
Name (After 1941)
Evaluation of Intelligence Material
Address
Berkaer Strasse 32, Berlin
History
The RSHA (Reich Main Security Office) came into existence on 27/9/39 after being separate offices of the SD (security service) and SS (nazi paramilitaries) since the mid 1930's. AMT I & AMT II were formed officially on 1/10/39 but reorganised completely after March 1941, heads of department were regularly transferred to different departments and the Einsatz Squads of paramilitary murderers when new countries were invaded as all had perceived 'undesirables' to be eliminated.
Head Officers
Not Listed in 1940/41
Notes
N/A
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