The narrator begins this section by talking about the Skye terrier Mary, Queen of Scots carried with her to her execution.
She says she has been allowed to spend the past three days reading over all her work and checking it—von Linden is a schoolmaster to the end.
She realizes she has not once written her own name on anything, so she writes it twice, once with and once without the title: Lady Julia Lindsay MacKenzie Wallace Beaufort-Stuart.
Now we know what the "JB-S" stands for.
She says she always thinks of herself as Julie, not as Lady Julia or any of her other aliases, and this is what the people she loves call her.
She thinks of the execution of Edith Cavell and the last words of Admiral Nelson, "Kiss me, Hardy."
The last part of this section is a note to von Linden from his superiors, ordering him to send Flight Officer Beaufort-Stuart directly to Natzweiler-Struthof to be executed by lethal injection if she survives the six-week experimentation period.
There is the suggestion that von Linden has been too lenient already.