The "war book"

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Dear Ministry of Defence,
I would like access to the United Kingdom wartime broadcasting instruction, commonly nicknamed "The War Book", due to interest.

Yours faithfully,
Harvey Walker

DBS KI-RR FOI (MULTIUSER), Ministry of Defence

Dear Harvey Walker

Thank you for your FOI request. To allow us to respond to your appropriately I would like to seek clarification of the likely time period of the information you require.

DBS KI-RR FOI Team

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correspondence@mod.ecase.gsi.gov.uk on behalf of Defence Business Services Knowledge & Information Secretariat,

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Dear Harvey Walker

Thank you for your email received on 27/11/2019 requesting the following
information: access to the United Kingdom wartime broadcasting
instruction, commonly nicknamed "The War Book".

I am treating your correspondence as a request for information under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000.

The Ministry of Defence requires further information in order to determine
whether it holds any information within the scope of your request. In
particular, it would be useful to know the likely time period of the
information you require.

Once you have clarified your request, I will be pleased to consider it
again.

Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

If you are not satisfied with this response or you wish to complain about
any aspect of the handling of your request, then you should contact us in
the first instance at the address above. If informal resolution is not
possible and you are still dissatisfied then you may apply for an
independent internal review by contacting the Information Rights
Compliance team, Ground Floor, MOD Main Building, Whitehall, SW1A 2HB
(e-mail [email address]). Please note that any request for an internal
review must be made within 40 working days of the date on which the
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Commissioner will not normally investigate your case until the MOD
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and powers of the Information Commissioner can be found on the
Commissioner's website, http://www.ico.org.uk.

Yours sincerely,

DBS KI-RR FOI Team

Dear [email address] on behalf of Defence Business Services Knowledge & Information Secretariat,

I would like the version valid during 1983, notably during the soviet nuclear false alarm.

Yours sincerely,

harveywalker500