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MAJOR MARTIN LANDS IN SPAIN

ON the 3rd May we received a signal from the Naval Attache in Madrid. He had been informed by the Vice-Consul at Huelva that the body of aMajor Martin, Royal Marines had been picked up just off-shore by a fisherman on the 30th April. The body had been duly handed over to the Vice-Consul and had been given a full military funeral, at which the Spanish Services and civilian authorities were represented, at twelve noon on the following day in the cemetery at Huelva. There was no mention in the Attache's message of the black official briefcase or of any official papers.
There then followed an exchange of signals between the Admiralty and the Naval Attache. If the papers had been what they purported to be, it was obvious that, when the death of Major Martin and the arrival of his body in Spain became known at Combined Operations H.Q., there would have been a realisation of the fact that a most secret document had gone astray, and reference to Sir Archibald Nye would have revealed the full measure of the disastrous "leak" of strategic information that might have taken place. In those circumstances, increasingly pressing messages would have been sent to the Naval Attache, urging him to try to get the documents back at all costs, but warning him that he must take the utmost care not to show undue anxiety lest that

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