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THE GERMAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
PLAYS ITS PART

involved in the planning and launching of large-scale operations would agree with that view at least!
Another point which illustrates how, when one is working a deception of this kind, one has to put oneself into the mind of the enemy and to try to assume his degree of general knowledge is the statement in Paragraph 5. The Germans say that Sicily is impossible as a cover target for an operation by troops based on Alexandria-presumably because they consider the distance to be too great. Had it been our Staff who read the document, the reaction would have been different: they knew that the distance was not too great and that troops from Alexandria could be used in an assault on Sicily, as, in fact, took place.
I need not consider the rest of the document in detail, as I will deal in the next chapter with the Operational Staffs' appreciations of the documents. But this appreciation does reveal the care with which every word and implication of the V.C.LG.S.'s letter was studied.
This document was followed by another report circulated by the German Intelligence Service which was dated the 15th May, 1943, It read as follows:

Subject: British Official Mail Washed Ashore Near Huelva The following points were cleared up in a conversation on 10-5-43 with the official concerned, a Spanish staff officer with whom we have been in contact for many years:
1. Clutched in the hand of the corpse was an ordinary briefcase which contained the following documents:

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