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of honest peasant families whom Stalin-calling them "kulaks," a name which no longer means much more than victim-had rooted up and transported and destroyed.
I also knew, however, that at that very moment-it was February 1934.-Fascist field pieces in the streets of Vienna were shelling the model workers' apartment houses which the Socialists had built. Fascist machineguns were mowing down the Austrian workers in their last desperate stand for socialism. Everywhere Fascism was on the march. Everywhere the forces of reaction were gaining ground. The Soviet Union still seemed the sole hope of mankind. I remained in the service of the Soviet Union-that is, of Stalin its master.
Two years later came the Spanish tragedy, and I saw Mussolini and Hitler pour their men and munitions to the aid of Franco, while Premier Leon Blum of France, a Socialist, was drawn in on the hypocritical game of "non-intervention" which doomed the Spanish republic. I saw Stalin-belatedly to be sure, and timidly, and not enough-come to the aid of the beleaguered republic. I still felt that, as a choice between evils, I was fighting., on the right
side.
But then came the turning point. I watched Stalin, while collecting hard cash for his belated help, drive a knife into the back of the Loyalist government. I saw the purge assume insane proportions in Moscow, sweeping away the entire Bolshevik Party. I saw it transported to Spain. And at the same time, from my vantage point in the Intelligence Service, I saw Stalin extend the hand of secret friendship to Hitler. I saw him, while thus paying court to the Nazi leader, execute the great generals of the Red Army, Tukhachevsky and the other chiefs with whom and under

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