In September 1940, 4 would-be spies were dropped by boat on the English coast.(they left from Etaples, on the channel, where I come from). Their history is well documented: they lasted 48 hours.
A “major” Sensburg seems to have played a significant role in this escapade.
From what I have been able to find out, he might be Walter Albert Lothar Sensburg (1895?-1996), Hauptmann 1/11/13, Oberstleutnant 1/2/42.
On 5/12/40 He was apparently Leiter I.H. Brussels (what is that? I know AST Brussels was in charge of the area, but what does “I.H.” stand for? An english translation of AST: Intelligence Headquarters?)
He obviously was very concerned with the suitability of the boats used to cross the channel, and took full responsibility for that.
I am interested in clarifying his position in August/September 1940.
Can anybody help?