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MAJOR MARTIN, ROYAL MARINES

"condole." It might not have worked out that way (indeed for all I knew all the Martins were brothers), but this was only an added precaution against a not too serious risk-and, of course, there was bound to be some risk in any name that I gave him. So I added the good normal Christian name of "William", and our body became "Captain (Acting Major) William Martin, Royal Marines," with the approval of the Commandant-General, Royal Marines, who agreed to accept him into that Corps. Finally, I laid on the necessary precautions in case any enquiries were addressed to the C.G.R.M.'s department.
I had got a blank identity card and spent my time, whenever seated, rubbing it up and down my trouser leg to try to produce the "patina" which such a document normally gets with time, even when carried in a wallet. I did not do so badly, but I was a little worried by the slow progress of the ageing process when I got another idea. I decided that Major Martin should have lost his original identity card and have had a new one issued. So I got a new blank, stuck in the photograph of Major Martin's double, filled in the particulars and signed it for him, and then got a suitable official to sign it as issued on the 2nd February 1943, "in lieu of No. 09650 lost"-the latter number being that of my own card, which would help to reduce complications if there were any subsequent enquiry-and got the appropriate stamps and seals put on it.
I had decided that Major Martin's "ship" should be Combined Operations H.Q., for reasons that I

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