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THE CREATION OF A PERSON

bill was dated the 19th April, but showed that the ring had actually been bought on the 15th.
We were in some difficulty in getting these and the other documents. Obviously, the true story of why we wanted them could not be told, but I was convinced that just to ask for them and to give no reason, except that it was for something secret, was liable to cause talk; on other other hand, once a plausible reason was given we felt sure that we could rely on those whom we approached.
So my "cover story" was that there was someone who seemed suspiciously interested in officers who were temporarily hard up: we wanted to have some documents, building up towards a shortage of money,, which a particular person could leave about his rooms where they would be seen by this individual. We could then observe what his conduct was. This seemed to be a satisfying story, and we received ready help-and no one ever let us down with the slightest leak.
What might be called the supporting cast among the documents having been provided for, we now had to obtain the "stars."
First of all we needed a suitable snapshot of Pam, Major Martin's fiancee. The scheme which we devised was to ask the more attractive girls in our various offices to lend us a snapshot of themselves for use in a photographic identity parade-the sort of thing where the photographs of one or two suspects are shuffled in among those of a number of perfectly innocent persons and the "witness" is asked to pick out the one of the person whom he had seen; we

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