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the Versailles system. They had traditional business bonds and mutual interests.
It is now common knowledge that during those ten years there was a secret arrangement between the Reichswehr -the German Anny-and the Red Army.
Soviet Russia permitted the German Republic to evade the Versailles prohibitions against training artillery and tank officers, and developing aviation and chemical warfare. These things were done on Soviet soil. The Red Army, on the other hand, got the benefit of expert German military knowledge. The two armies exchanged information. It is also common knowledge that trade between Soviet Russia and Germany flourished during that decade. The Germans invested capital and operated concessions in the Soviet Union. The Soviet Government imported machinery and engineering personnel from Germany.
Such was the situation when Hitler's menacing figure arose. Some seven or eight months before his ascent to power, in the early summer of 1932, I met in Danzig one of the high officers of the German General Staff, a confirmed monarchist who came from Berlin expressly to meet me. He was an old school military man and believed in the restoration of the German Empire in co-operation with Russia.
I asked this officer for his opinion on Germany's policy in the event of Hitler becoming the head of the Government. We discussed Hitler's views as outlined in his book, Mein Kamfif. The German officer gave me his analysis of coming developments, and concluded : "Let Hitler come and do his job. And then we, the army, will make short work of him."
I asked the officer if he would be good enough to Submit his views in writing for me to forward to Moscow, and he agreed to do so. His report created

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