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before we landed. On the other hand, it was always possible that the assault on Sicily might be delayed for some reason. After some hesitation, we decided that an omission to insert the name might do harm and that it was better to be sure than sorry.
Eventually, however, we were indeed sorry that we had added this embellishment to our creation, but fortunately only for the trouble that it gave us and not because it did any harm. As regards our objective of deception, all went smoothly and our phenomenal luck held. It was quite easy to get the Casualty Section of the Commissions and Warrants Branch of the Admiralty to accede to D.N.L's request that they should include the name of "Temporary Captain (Acting Major) William Martin, R.M." among the "Killed" in the next casualty list-I forget what explanation I gave when I conveyed the odd request. The announcement duly appeared in the issue of The Times dated Friday, the 4th June, 1943. We will probably never know whether the Germans did in fact spot this name, but, if they did, they would have found, in the same list, the names of RearAdmiral P. J. Mack, D.S.O., and of Acting Captain Sir T. L. Beevor, Bt., R.N. It had already been announced in the newspapers that these two officers, with others whose names had not been given, had died when an aeroplane had been lost at sea. What could be more plausible than that Major Martin had died with them-and the fact that it was that list which happened to be the next one was due to pure chance. It makes me hope that the Germans did spot

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