No. You see, we were in Belgium and my father lost 300 pounds which was, in those days worth 3000 pounds. He bought tickets, coupons to travel from England on August 26th , all the way to Belgium, Holland, Berlin, Warsaw, Prague, Venice, Florence, Rome, Genova and Marseilles and catch the boat from Marseilles back home. We were trapped in Belgium one day before the war broke out, on the first lap of the journey. So my father went-British officer, to the Ambassador-I still remember the name, Sir Oliver Locker-Lampson. I and my mother were in the hotel, he came back and said in Bengali "judhho hobeh na," and my mother said how can you be so sure? He said, "na, na ambassador bollo." My mother said, what did the ambassador say?