KV 2/1722 - 1723 - 1724
a quite tragic Argentinean
Who was sent from Argentina to Spain
as an diplomatic envoy on behalf of the Argentinean Government
in October 1943.
He was arrested onboard the Spanish ship:
Cabo de Hornos
albeit in the possession of a legal Argentinean diplomatic passport.
There occurred in the course of this story very strange
Hellmuth was being arrested without British Secret Services possessed sound knowledge,
as they had hoped for the fact that Hellmuth possessed also a German nationality.
Which wasn't the case, but no reason for reconsidering the circumstances.
What is appalling, in my perception, the ignorance of the facts.
The British Secret Services, in both World Wars, acted in many respects without a full legal authorisation.
Even when this was challenged, in this case by the British Home Office, they did not accept, and went on with their handlings.
This behaviour is not the only disgusting events, there are more examples, proving the systematic breaching, of often international agreements.
They handled as if they "Ruled the Waves" which the actually did.
The main problem might have been that the Anglo-Saxons are lacking a "Fundamental-Constitution" (Grundgesetz).
For those wanting to enter into these aspect: I would like to invite you to study, for example:
KV 2/535 + 536 + 537 + 538 + 539 concerning: My Erikson (Ericsson)
KV 2/1477 + 1478 + 1479 + 1480 + 1481 + 1483 + 1484 on Franz Mayr, in particular their attitude after the war. Albeit, here the British Secret Services were hunting on Franz Mayr - who proved to be smarter then they were. They set-out a trap for the once by them cheated Swiss Authorities in the case of Franz Mayr; and these did just what they (S.I.M.E) did not expect. They gave it ultimately up in about 1951!
But also consider the Hentig case, mainly playing during the first world-war and beyond.
Osmar Alberto Hellmuth
As so often in extensive files, related personalities being part of these files too.
Juan Harnisch, a long standing friend of Hellmuth
Actually it was Harnisch who has brought Hellmuth in touch with the Argentinean Government
Consequently, sent on a diplomatic mission to Europe.
By Arthur O. Bauer