The military believed that the team Knochen will easily hold in their hands, because they are few. 20 people - a mere trifle in comparison with the 2500 Field Police, who settled in Paris, and soon reached the number of 6000. But Knochen strengthened his point: he came to the aid of the second Sonderkommando, also about two dozen people, under the command of Hauptsturmfuhrer Kieffer. Then, in early August came the third group headed by SS Untersturmfuhrer Roland Nozekom on a special mission to gather political information. Nozek was a specialist in this field. A member of the party since 1932, he traveled to Italy, Belgium, Hungary, Turkey, Romania, Greece and France.