I won't run gobs of polls - I don't have time to even strt a huge thing other than the one story I'm doing, which is really based off something I wrote 10 years ago, and won't be back here to check ont he voting. However, I did want to check this board's opinion on who Nimrod might be.
E.M. (Eva) Seifert wrote a few good books (I stopped reading after the 3rd, I think it was, as it got too sad with how some Allies acted at the end of the war) with Klink as a spy. It never seemed to me like he was capable of that, though - just like Burkhalter thought. Schultz, too; he might have been with something like the Confessing Church, we know he was with an outlaw party, the Social Democrats, but even with the major stuff in a couple stories I wrote, it's his wife who runs the operation, and Schultz would never have access to the things Nimrod would need, anyway.
I never thought Burkhalter looked possible, but after reading some fanfiction from others, I have to admit the idea has grown on me a little. he sends lots of people to Stalag 13. He puts up with Klink and the others. yes, he threatsn to send Klink or Schultz to the Russian front, but even then, he either would: A. Known Hogan would find a way to get them off the hook; or, 2. Have someone else in line. A few things still make it seem uplikely and would have to be explained. But, that would make cool fanfic.
Hilda was who I thought it was when i first saw that episode. First, who would suspect a woman. Second, why couldn't she have another job? No, she doesn't actively help Hogan, but coming too close to other agents would be quite risky. It was in her desk, and what Gestapo person would look there? They think it's a post only strong enough for a man, I thought, but it's made for a woman.
Or, is it someone else. Hochstetter isn't even on my radar, I don't think; I suppose it's possible, though. However, someone else could have snuck them in, just supposed to be dropping things off for Klink.