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Author:David Boyle [Boyle, David]

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Published: 2019-03-04T22:00:00+00:00

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Berne, December 1941

“Samuel Johnson wrote that when you are being hanged in the morning, it concentrates the mind wonderfully,” she wrote in her notebook. It was Dr Johnson, wasn’t it? She felt sure there had been some kind of crossword clue along those lines many years ago, but she could always check later.

 

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The Swiss Appointment by David Boyle

Author:David Boyle [Boyle, David] , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:David Boyle [Boyle, David]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Endeavour Quill

Published: 2019-03-04T22:00:00+00:00
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Berne, December 1941

“Samuel Johnson wrote that when you are being hanged in the morning, it concentrates the mind wonderfully,” she wrote in her notebook. It was Dr Johnson, wasn’t it? She felt sure there had been some kind of crossword clue along those lines many years ago, but she could always check later.

“No such deadline affects the Swiss, but they are now surrounded by Nazi allies so that their minds are similarly concentrated. And it is not a comfortable experience.”

She looked down at her handiwork and was not terribly happy with it. It was all a bit wordy – how would Liebling do it? Still, it would do for the time being, as an intro for her New Yorker article.

She sipped the glass of wine she had armed herself with. There were shortages of almost everything across Europe, she knew, but apparently there was no shortage of wine in Switzerland. In fact, they appeared to be determined to drink it all before the Nazis arrived.

Yet it was also extremely hard to concentrate, now that the Nazis knew who she was – probably even knew what room of what hotel she was staying in. She had taken the precaution of asking them at the reception desk not to reveal her room number, and she had locked her door and heaved the cupboard against it, but she knew that was not going to be enough.

Two questions kept coming into her mind. First, what did the Nazis actually know about her mission here? Second, in order to answer that, how did they know? Assuming there was no leakage from London, they could have intercepted Paul Wittgenstein’s unwise letter to Gruber, in which case they would know only the most general things. Or similarly, they could have intercepted the cables between Wittgenstein and Krieg, or heard the basic information through a contact in either of their offices. What details had they included? She simply did not know.

She knew that Geneva and Berne were both stuffed with agents and spies, pretend journalists and remittance men. She had deliberately made no mention of precisely which piece of equipment was important to her since she arrived – or before, come to that. The chances were, she believed, that they knew which company she was targeting – yet she also knew that they made a range of different chronometers for a range of different electronic products. Unless she talked in her sleep – which was not completely impossible – they would not deduce any connection with Lorenz.

And with a bit of luck, she would also be on the next train to Lisbon first thing on Monday morning.

So why was she worrying?

The answer was that the meeting between Gruber and the officials from Scherzinger seemed to have been ridiculously anodyne. They had apparently barely mentioned anything, either about chronometers or about war exports.

“The correct thing to do in these circumstances,” the general manager had said, “would be to summon the board. Herr Wittgenstein owns forty-nine per cent of the shares.

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