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Year's greeting to your friends and he wished you to get the advantage of the special rate."
" Oh, I didn't mind at all. I like these queer little things that happen to one when one's travelling. I just get a good laugh out of them."
As soon as dinner was over and Miss Reid had left them the captain sent for the radio-operator.
" You idiot, what in heaven's name made you ask Miss Reid last night whether she wanted to send a radio?"
" Sir, you told me to act naturally. I am a radio-operator. I thought it natural to ask her if she wanted to send a radio. I didn't know what else to say."
" God in heaven," shouted the captain, "when Siegfried saw Bri.inhilde lying on her rock and cried: Das ist kein Mann," (the captain sang the words, and being pleased with the sound of his voice, repeated the phrase two or three times before he continued), "did Siegfried when she awoke ask her if she wished to send a radio, to announce to her papa, I suppose, that she was sitting up after her long sleep and taking notice?"
" I beg most respectfully to draw your attention to the fact that Brunhilde was Siegfried's aunt. Miss Reid is a total stranger to me."
" He did not reflect that she was his aunt. He knew only that she was a beautiful and defenceless woman of obviously good family and he acted as any gentleman would have done. You are young, handsome, Aryan to the tips of your fingers, the honour of Germany is in your hands."
" Very good, sir. I will do my best."
That night there was another knock on Miss Reid's door.
" Who is it?"
" The radio-operator. I have a radio for you, Miss Reid."
" For me." She was surprised, but it at once occurred to her that one of her fellow passengers who had got off at Haiti had sent her New Year's greetings. "How very kind people are," she thought. "I'm in bed. Leave it outside the door."
" It needs an answer. Ten words prepaid."

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