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Oberg nodded. ” “This use of psychology. I can’t believe that they’re so slow because of inefficient organization. They must see an advantage in sustaining uncertainty here in France. ” The lieutenant looked a little surprised. “You said ‘they’,” Adele added quietly. “We. I meant to say we, of course. ” Oberg shifted in his chair, picked up his pen. He tapped it against the desk and smiled at Adele again, a less careful smile this time. ” Adele had worn her best suit and the blue shoes that matched, even though they pinched her feet.
Adele slowed down. The rest of the women coming off the night shift pushed past her. She came to a stop and tried to control her panic. These women couldn’t possibly see her meet a soldier. Military trousers half-seamed would be pulled away from her machine. She’d be bumped into, horrible notes would be stuffed into her pockets, terrible words whispered in her ears, excrement smeared on her chair. She’d seen all this happen to another girl, plump and red-faced and frightened. Adele hurried off the end of the bridge and turned down a cinder path that led along the bank of the raceway.
She wondered if he was wearing one of her trousers. She thought it was quite possible, because that’s what she did every night now, sit in a long dimly lit room in the middle of a row of rough women and sew seams on an endless procession of Wehrmacht pants. The queue divided into two beyond the doorway, the right tributary heading off toward another officer. Unlike the Wehrmacht man, this one was sitting rigidly at his desk, his eyes fixed on a tall, frail-looking individual who was standing in front of him kneading his cap in his hands.