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THE JOURNEY NORTH

Jewell with anything more with which to simulate signs of a disaster.
The canister was duly stowed on board H.M.S. Seraph and I had final discussions with Lieutenant Jewell. In these I suggested that he might be able to launch the body with only officers present on deck. If he could, it would reduce the number of persons who were "in the know" and thus make leakage of the story less likely-and it was more than usually important to guard against leakage, as the story of the launching of a dead body off the coast of Spain was one that would tempt the best of us to gossip.
If he could launch the body in this way, he would obviously need a"cover story" for the rest of the crew, who would see a package that they had thought to be destined for Malta taken up on deck off the coast of Spain, after which it would never reappear. I suggested that he might tell them that the socalled optical instruments were, in fact, a secret weather-reporting buoy and that, if the Spaniards learned of its existence, they would remove it. If he had to have the crew on deck during the launching, either because of rough weather or for any other reason, he would use the cover story that I had given him in the "operation orders".
All went well with our arrangements, and on our return to London we were able to end our report with the statement: "On April 19th, 1943 at 1800 British Double Summer Time H.M. s/m Seraph sailed from Holy Loch." Remembering the nature of the cargo, I felt that these names were most suitable and augured well for the success of the operation.

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