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MI10, or Military Intelligence, section 10, was a department of the British Directorate of Military Intelligence, part of the War Office. It was responsible for weapons and technical analysis during World War II.

The group was merged into MI16 (scientific and technical intelligence) when the latter was created near the end of the war, and MI10 became the section responsible for road intelligence.[1]


  1. ^ Michael Smith, The Spying Game, Politico's Publishing, 2003 ISBN 1-84275-004-6 p. 461

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