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The FBI is a national and federally empowered police force - to investigate crime.
They do NOT collect clandestine intelligence or have anything to do with the military.
In dealing with security threats overseas we co-operate closely with the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) and Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), who are responsible for gathering intelligence overseas, and with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office." Simples.
For John in London: The FBI is in fact partly an inteligence service. Intelligence Services back then,served and married my mother in England in fifties,also served in France in fifties, I was told even though he was Canadian, he also worked for the British, is it possible that he could have worked for M19 after the War 2, I am trying to validate information I have been learning on him.
Security threats to British interests anywhere in the world fall within the scope of our functions as set out in the Security Service Act 1989.
According to an American PBS documentary on the Allied Prisoners of War held in Colditz Castle during the Second World War, MI9 existed primarily to aid the escape of British soldiers held captive. As mentioned above, MI-9 was the escape and evasion apparat. Foot has apparently also written a book on that entity.) MI5 and MI6 were originally part of the Military Operations and numbered MO5 and MO6, lower numbers dealing with various administrative matters.
One of the principal techniques MI9 used was to mail contraband to prisoners hidden in Red Cross care parcels. E.--Special Operations Executive, the ad hoc covert ops and dirty tricks organization during WW2. They kept the same numbers when Military Intelligence was formed. Well here is the list I've managed to come up with from searching on the net, no clues for what MI12 or MI18 were/are though.
The author says that the whole series has now been replaced anyway.
MI1-director of military intelligence; also cryptography MI2-responsible for Russia and Scandinavia MI3-responsible for Germany and eastern Europe MI4-Aerial reconnaissance during world war two MI5-domestic intelligence and security MI6-foreign intelligence and security MI8-interception & interpretation of communications MI9-clandestine operations (escape and evasion) MI10-weapons and technical analysis MI11-field security police MI14-German specialists MI17-secretariat body for MI departments MI19-POW debriefing unit Contrary to the above answers likening MI5 to the FBI, that's rubbish too. It has nothing whatsoever to do with the US Intelligence services and is simply the "Federal Bureau of Investigation".