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woman. You can imagine there was not a great deal o f fun for any of us-either the instructors, officers in charge of the different departments or the military personnel who were being trained at the school. They were allowed very little leave. There were stringent security measures. But Mrs. Deane managed to make life a great deal happier for all of us. She threw parties; she did all sorts of things to relieve the monotony o f our lives.
" I saw a great deal of her because she invariably organised her parties with my help, and also because I grew very attached to her. In point o f fact within a few months I was head over heels in love with her. I am not a man who is particularly interested in women except for an occasional affair which doesn't usually last long, and I suppose it was for this reason that when I fell for Mrs. Deane I fell the hard way. `I'o me she was the only person in the world.
" Eventually, I proposed to her, and she turned me down. She considered me to be quite a friend in the best sense of the word, and she had no love for me in the other sort o f way, and so that was that!
" At the end of the war the school closed and I went back to the States, where I continued with my interrupted work on the Intelligence Staff. Some weeks ago I came to England. I thought that the passing o f time might possibly have changed Mrs. Deane's mind. Anyway, I thought there was no harm in trying again. So I telephoned her and she asked me down to Mallowfield, where she was still living in the Dower House because, apparently, it costs a lot o f money to keep the main house going.
" I went down there and saw her. I asked her if there was any possibility o f her changing her mind. She said no, and I suppose in order to let me know that it would be a good thing for me to give up all hope she told me that she

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