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THE GERMAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
PLAYS ITS PART

body was recovered on the 30th May: the shortest time that was suggested was some five days. So, on that basis, the aircraft disaster which caused Major Martin's death must have taken place on about the 25th April.
I am not sufficient of a philosopher to work out what can be deduced from this. It could be argued that we had been lucky that no one noticed this discrepancy and that our deception ought to have been "blown." I hope it is not too egotistical to say that I do not accept that. We had provided the Spaniards and Germans with all the clues from which they could draw the deductions that we wanted. While I suppose it would be absurd to say that we were entitled to reasonably competent and intelligent cooperation from the other side, I think we can say that we had provided the right clues and that they did draw the right deductions, even if those deductions were only reached by a cancelling out of compensating errors!
Anyhow, the report shows that the Germans did deduce that Major Martin must have travelled by air and that the disaster to the aircraft took place on a date consistent both with his departure and his state when he arrived.
The next paragraph of the report also interested us. It revealed that our view of the efficiency of German-Spanish co-operation at Huelva was fully justified. It recorded how, when the fortuitous intervention by a military unit and a naval judicial officer precluded immediate access to the documents, the efforts of the British Vice-Consul to take charge of

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