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THE GERMAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
PLAYS ITS PART

received this information, they had obviously reacted as we expected them to do, and had demanded evidence to support the authenticity of the documents, for the first written report from Madrid had been followed by a second and more detailed one; this latter indicated that still further enquiries would be made. But time was short; Berlin had clearly appreciated the importance of the information and had decided that the details given by Madrid were convincing. And they had indeed, "gone to town" on it!
The first document of importance was an Intelligence appreciation which had been attached to a translation into German of the letter from Sir Archibald Nye to General Alexander. It was dated the 14th May, 1943, and had been stamped with the "most secret" instructions: "To be circulated personally! Not through Registry!" The circulation marked on it was to the Commander-in-Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Doenitz, and on the 15th May his Chief of Staff had initialled it and marked it with a cross, in blue pencil, to signify that Doenitz should read it himself; this the latter did, obliterating the cross in ;green pencil with his personal "squiggle" and the figures 18 to indicate the date when he read it on his return to his H.Q. from his visits to Mussolini and Hitler; there were also two other officers included in the circulation.
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