Hello to everyone here on what looks to be an invaluable resource for researchers and anyone interested in PsyOps history.
My particular area of interest is the WW2 period (although also fascinated by the use of PsyOps techniques and operations more recently, e.g. Northern Ireland).
I'm researching the life of Eric Dingwall for a prospective biography; I've already had a two-part biographical piece published by the Fortean Times:http://www.academia.edu/3854100/Dr_Dingwalls_Casebook._Part_One_A_Sceptical_Enquirer
At the time, I amassed a good deal of information, but this tends to relate to Dingwall's paranormal investigations and his sexology research (he was honorary curator for the British Library's Private Case of obscene/pornographic/banned literature).
However, another side of his career is far less well-documented (perhaps unsurprisingly); he was somehow involved in counter-intelligence during WW2 but I've heard varying accounts of his activities. One friend of his thought he worked at Bletchley. But I've found indications in his papers that he'd worked in some capacity for the PWE.
My surmise - considering his knowledge/expertise in unusual sexuality and in the occult - is that he could well have been a part of Delmer's black ops programme.
I look forward to reading the material uploaded here, and to some interesting discussions on the forum.
If anyone has any information on Eric Dingwall's WW2 activities that might help me join the dots, I'd be very grateful to hear from you!
Thanks again, and best wishes,