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THE GERMAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
PLAYS ITS PART

to D.D.N.L's room that morning with a very worried face, and had asked for instructions; his report was as follows:
In the file of documents that he was examining he had discovered "these two documents": one was a copy of a most secret letter from the V.C.LG.S. to General Alexander and (he said) it looked as if there had been a fearful breach of security, as well as probable breaches of all sorts of regulations; normally, he ought to hand copies of letters of military importance over to his opposite number in the War Office, but this affair seemed to be so "hot" and fraught with high level complications that he felt that D.N.I. might like to handle it himself on his level!
D.D.N.I. had recognised the letters and put the officer's mind at rest. There then began a search for other documents bearing on the matter, and we soon found evidence of the completeness of our triumph over the German Intelligence Service.
As we had anticipated, they had immediately recognised the vital importance to their Operational Staff of these documents, if genuine, and had wasted no time.
Their agents in Madrid must have telegraphed the contents of the documents and an account of their discovery to Berlin early in the first week of May, because we have found reference in a later document to the fact that an Intelligence appreciation of Allied intentions had been circulated by signal on the 9th May before the "original documents" had been received in Berlin.
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