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MAJOR MARTIN LANDS IN SPAIN

paid to him, even if all this had to be done under pseudonyms. We were glad to be able to show respect to him without any danger to the success of the operation in which he had played so vital a part. Indeed, by doing what our instinct required of us, we would make it more difficult for the Germans to check the Spanish doctor's verdict-a verdict with which we were entirely satisfied. Frequent visits to the grave by British officials and their representatives would at least deter any exhumation by the Germans or Spaniards before the tombstone could be laid.
First of all we got the Naval Attache to arrange for a wreath to be placed on the grave from Pam and the family; next we arranged that a tombstone should be laid as soon as possible and, finally, I wrote to the Naval Attachts, asking him to thank the Vice-Consul at Huelva on behalf of Major Martin's family for all the trouble he had taken, and the consideration that had been shown, and asking also that photographs of the grave might be taken, as they would be treasured by the family and by Major Martin's fiancee, to whom he had so recently become engaged.
The wreath was composed of flowers from the garden of an English mining company at Huelva; the gravestone was of plain white marble and bore the inscription, "William Martin. Born 29th March, 1907. Died 24th April, 1943. Beloved son of John Glyndwyr Martin and the late Antonia Martin of
Cardiff, Wales. Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.
R.I.P."
We could do no more for him, although we were deeply in his debt and felt that very soon many

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