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THE GERMAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
PLAYS ITS PART

over to him were set aside under the pretext that all articles found on the body, including all papers, must be laid before the local Spanish magistrate.
After being reproduced, all documents were returned to their original condition by the Spanish General Staff and definitely give the impression-as I was able to see for myself-that they had not been opened. They will be returned to the English to-day through the Spanish Foreign Office.
Further enquiries are being made by the Spanish General Staff concerning the whereabouts of the pilot of the aircraft, who was presumably injured in the crash, and an interrogation of the latter about any other passengers.

From the point of view of our little group, this was a most fascinating document. It fully justified the care with which we had built up the personality of Major Martin, so that the very "reality" of that officer carried conviction as to the genuineness of the documents that he was carrying, although it does reveal how chance would render some details important and others unimportant. It also reveals how accurate we were in our belief, on which the whole operation was based, that the Germans would have complete access to anything that interested them, once it was placed in the hands of the Spanish Staff.
The first point that emerges is that, as I have already said, we need not have worried whether the attachment of the briefcase to Major Martin by a chain was plausible or not as the Germans were told that he had the briefcase clutched in his hand; so the inefficiency of the Spaniards, as well as their cooperation with the Germans, helped us.

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