Went like this...

- I have a project in git working with no issues
- I added a bunch of code in a subdirectory not realising that it was 
itself a git project
- I did some other stuff and then 'git add .; git commit' in the root of 
the project (no errors)
- I pushed to my master repo and back down somewhere else and discovered 
the 'submodule' directory was empty
- I realised what I did, went back to the source, deleted the .git folder 
in the 'submodule' but something has happened. Git refuses to recognise the 
contents of this directory. Even deleting it and putting it back doesn't 

What can I do to recover this?

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