The NecroMech Dossier Core Manual April 2018 - Page 235
Secret Intelligence Service (MI6)
The British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), also known as MI6,
is responsible for gathering foreign intelligence and is headed by
Stewart Menzies. Although required to work with the SOE during the war
Menzies viewed the SOE as
“amateur, dangerous, and
bogus”. With no love lost
with MI5 either this leads
MI6 to be less of a team
player within the Empire Defense Directorate
than its head, Kenneth Strong, would like.
Despite having operational headquarters
at 54 Broadway, off Victoria Street, in
Westminster, following a tradition from
earlier in the war, many clandestine
meetings are held at The Caxton Bar in the
St Ermin's Hotel close by.
The British Security Co-ordination (BSC) office established by Canadian
industrialist William Stephenson under direction from SIS, located at Rockefeller
Center, closes in December 1945. A few operatives, still reporting to Stephenson at an
unknown location, discretely continue SIS operations in the U.S.