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THE LAUNCHING OF THE BODY

THERE then came a period of anxiety; I had never had any qualms about the success of the operation, but now that its execution was out of my hands I kept thinking of things that might go wrong. Oddly enough, I still did not worry whether the Germans would see through the deception. I was confident that they would not. My anxiety was confined to the launching of the body. Could we really be sure that the body would float ashore or would I have to confess, after all the effort, that the whole thing was a complete flop? And, in my worst moments, I visualised the Seraph getting into trouble off Huelva, where she had gone only because of my plan. Still, I had more than enough to do with my other duties not to have much time for worry, and we did have at least one very cheerful evening during this period.
It had seemed absurd to waste the tickets, the stubs of which Major Martin had in his pocket. So we had, as I have recorded, bought four tickets, and we took care to give Major Martin the stubs of the middle two seats of the four.
George and I then invited "Pam" and Jill, the girl who had arranged for the writing of the love letters, to "Bill Martin's farewell party." We started at the Prince of Wales' Theatre, where the manager let us

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