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STALIN APPEASES HITLER

every move with an eye upon Berlin. His hope was to get into such a position that Hitler would find it advantageous to meet his advances.
A high-point in this Stalin policy was reached late in 1936 upon the conclusion of a secret Germa-Japannese agreement, negotiated behind the smokescreen of the anti-Comintern pact. The terms of that secret agreement, which came into Stalin's possession in the main through my efforts and those of my staff, incited him to a desperate attempt to drive a bargain with Hitler. Early in 1937 such a deal was actually pending between them. Nobody knows to what extent the recent treaty of August 1939 was anticipated at that time.
It was two years before Stalin began to disclose to the world his friendly attitude towards Germany. On March 10, 1939, he made his first pronouncement following Hitler's annexation of Austria and occupation of the Sudeten areas, giving his answer to these world-shaking Nazi conquests. The world was astounded by Stalin's friendly overtures to Hitler. It was dumbfounded when, three days later, Hitler marched into Czechoslovakia.
The record of Stalin's policy of appeasement towards Hitler-both the open and the secret record-reveals that the more aggressive Hitler's policies became, the more Stalin pressed his courtship. And the more strenuously Stalin wooed him, the bolder were Hitler's aggressions.
Long before the rise of Hitler, or even of Stalin, Soviet-German co-operation had been dictated by the pressure of events. A Moscow-Berlin tie had been formed more than ten years before Hitler in the Rapallo pact of 1922. Both the Soviet Union and the German Republic were then being treated as outcasts ; both were in disfavour with the Allies; both opposed

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