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MAJOR MARTIN, ROYAL MARINES

In reply quote: S.R. 1924/43
Combined Operations Headquarters,
IA Richmond Terrace,
Whitehall, S.W.i.
21st April, 1943
DEAR ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET,
I promised V.C.LG.S. that Major Martin would arrange with you for the onward transmission of a letter he has with him for General Alexander. It is very urgent and very "hot" and as there are some remarks in it that could not be seen by others in the War Office, it could not go by signal. I feel sure that you will see that it goes on safely and without delay.
I think you will find Martin the man you want. He is quiet and shy at first, but he really knows his stuff. He was more accurate than same of us about the probable run of events at Dieppe and he has been well in on the experiments with the latest barges and equipment which took place up in Scotland.
Let me have him back, please, as soon as the assault is over. He might bring some sardines with him-they are "on points" here!
Yours sincerely,
LOUIS MOUNTBATTEN.
Admiral of the Fleet Sir A. B. Cunningham, G.C.B., D.S.O.,
Commander in Chief Mediterranean, Allied Forces H.Q.,
Algiers.
I was rather pleased with that letter. It explained why Major Martin had the "vital letter" and why that had not been sent through official channels. It explained why Major Martin was being flown out. And, in view of the Prime Minister's clear realisation

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