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see her reaction I put the photograph on my dressing table. I was disappointed-she said nothing. About a year later, when my wife returned from America, where she had been doing a job in our Security Co-ordination Service, I showed her the photograph, and she astonished me by saying, "So that was why your mother started writing in her letters that she felt that I should come home as soon as my job allowed it"!

While we were waiting in London, the Seraph was having an uneventful passage to the coast of Spain. The first news that we got was from the pre-arranged signal which informed us, on the 3oth April, that "Operation Mincemeat" had been completed. This was followed by a letter sent by Lieutenant Jewell from Gibraltar:

Most Secret and Personal
From: The Commanding Officer, H.M. Submarine Seraph.
Date: 30th April, 1943.
To Director of Naval Intelligence.
Copy to F.O.S.
(for Lt.-Cdr. The Hon. E. E. S. Montagu, R.N.V.R.) personal.

Operation Mincemeat
Weather: The wind was variable altering between S.W. and S.E., force 2. It was expected that the sea breeze would spring up in the morning, close inshore, as it had on the previous morning in similar conditions.
Sea and swell-2.0-Sky overcast with very low clouds -visibility was patchy, 1 to 2 miles-Barometer 1016.

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