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ON APRIL 30, 1952, the Budapest correspondent of the International News Service, Jeno Szatmary, signed after being tortured a “confession” saying that “Endre Marton and his wife are transmitting intelligence data to the American embassy at their weekly press conferences.
However, as Halder's attitude was based on more comprehensive intelligence data than that of the Panzer commander, and as it was borne out by the sequence of events, it is possible that it was less subjective than Guderian claimed at the time.
For McCullough’s sending the intelligence data to the White House via a secure method, see Ogg’s comments p.