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THE GERMAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
PLAYS ITS PART

(a) A piece of ordinary white paper containing letters addressed to General Alexander and Admiral Cunningham. This white paper bore no writing on it.
Each of the three letters was in a separate envelope with the usual form of address and directed personally to the addressee, sealed apparently with the sender's private seal (signet ring).
The seals were in perfect condition. The letters themselves, which I have had in my hands in their re-sealed envelopes, are in good condition. For reproduction purposes the Spaniards had dried them with artificial heat and then placed them in salt water for twenty-four hours, without greatly altering their condition.
(b) Also in the briefcase were the proofs of the pamphlet on the operations of the Combined Operations Command mentioned by Mountbatten in his letter of the 22nd April, as well as the photographs mentioned therein.
The proofs were in perfect condition, but the photographs were quite ruined.
2. The messenger also carried a note-case in the breast pocket of his coat with personal papers, including his military papers with photographs (according to these, he was the Major Martin referred to in Mountbatten's letter of the 22nd April), a letter to Major Martin from his fiancee and one from his father, and a London night-club bill dated the 27th April.
Major Martin therefore left London on the morning of the 28th April, the same day that the aircraft came to grief near Huelva.
3. The British Consul was present at the discovery and is fully informed about it. The expected suggestions by the British Consul that the documents should be handed

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