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THE BIRTH OF AN IDEA

over there who was either paid, or at any rate ideologically ready, to pass the information on to the Germans. Thirdly, there were neutral business-men and sailors travelling between this country and the Continent.
Therefore we could not hope to prevent the Germans knowing that there was an operation afoot. What we could hope to do was to prevent the vital information of "When?" and "Where?" leaking.
Until the invasion of North Africa had taken place the Allies had no foothold on the continent of Europe, and the war in North Africa consisted of a campaign in which we were pushing from east to west with our armies based on the Canal Zone. As a result of this situation there was no reason why the Allies should not make an attack at almost any point. As far as the Germans knew, we might land in Norway,