Central Office of Information
The fifth volume in the COI collection, Portrait of a People, proudly looks at Britain and its people.
The fourth volume on the COI collection – Stop! Look! Listen! – focuses on health, safety and welfare messages.
Volume one of the Central Office of Information collection tackles crime, juvenile delinquency, policing and the justice system.
Official records of the royal tours and state visits of Queen Elizabeth II, offering unprecedcented access.
Established in 1946, the Central Office of Information (COI) was a successor to the wartime Ministry of Information and was responsible for produci
Information (in|for|mation), noun: what is conveyed or represented by a particular arrangement or sequence of things (Oxford English Dictionary)