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STALIN APPEASES HITLER

consisting of Nazi radicals dissatisfied with Hitler's moderate policies. They were dreaming of a "second revolution. " The other group was composed of officers of the German army, under the leadership of Generals Schleicher and Bredow. This circle had looked forward to a restoration of the monarchy. It joined hands with the Roehm wing for the purpose of unseating Hitler, each side hoping to emerge triumphant in the end. Our special bulletins from Germany brought the news, however, that the garrisons in the metropolitan centres remained loyal to Hitler and that the main body of army officers was true to the government.
In Western Europe and America, Hitler's purge was widely interpreted as a weakening of the Nazi power. In Soviet circles, too, there were those who wished to believe it foreshadowed the collapse of Hitler's rule. Stalin had no such illusions. He summed up the discussion at the Politbureau as follows :
" The events in Germany do not at all indicate the collapse of the Nazi regime. On the contrary, they are bound to lead to the consolidation of that regime and to the strengthening of Hitler himself."
General Berzin came back from the Kremlin session with this dictum of Stalin.
In my anxiety to learn the decision of the Politbureau I had stayed up all night awaiting Berzin's return. We had a strict rule that no one, not even the Commissar of War himself, could take confidential state papers home with him, and I knew that Berzin would have to come back to the department.
The course of Soviet policy towards Nazi Germany followed from Stalin's dictum. The Politbureau decided at all costs to induce Hitler to make a deal with the Soviet Government. Stalin had always believed in coming to terms early with a strong enemy.

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