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whom I had worked for years in the defence of the Soviet Union and of socialism.
And then Stalin made his final demand upon methe demand he made upon all responsible officials who wished to escape the firing-squads of the Ogpu. I must prove my loyalty by delivering a close comrade into its clutches. I declined the offer. I broke with Stalin. I forced my eyes to remain open to what I had seen. I forced my mind to know that, whether there was any other hope in the world or not, I was serving a totalitarian despot who differed from Hitler only in the Socialist phrases, the relic of his Marxist training, to which he hypocritically clung.
I broke with Stalin, and began to tell the truth about him, in the autumn of I937, when he was successfully deceiving public opinion and the statesmen of both Europe and America with his insincere denunciations of Hitler. Although advised by many wellmeaning people to remain silent, I spoke out. I spoke for the millions who had perished in Stalin's compulsory collectivization and compulsory famine ; the millions still living at forced labour and in concentration camps; the hundreds of thousands of my former Bolshevik comrades in prison, the thousands and thousands who had been shot. It took the final overt act of Stalin's treachery, his pact with Hitler, to convince a large public of the madness of humouring him, of closing eyes to his monstrous crimes in the hope that he might carry a gun in the armies of democracy.
Now that Stalin has shown his hand, it is time for others who remained silent for short-sighted or strategic reasons to speak out. A few have already done so. Luis de Araquistain, former ambassador to France of the Loyalist government, has helped to disabuse world opinion as to the character of Stalin's

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