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STALIN APPEASES HITLER

in the west or the east or in any other direction. We would like to hear Germany say the same thing to us."
Hitler did not say it. But that did not deter Stalin. It encouraged him to a more strenuous courtship of the Nazi regime.
On January 26, 1934, Stalin himself, addressing the Seventeenth Communist Party Congress, continued the drive for an appeasement of Hitler. Hitler had then been in power exactly one year. He had rebuffed all Moscow's political advances, although he had entered into a trade duel on favourable credit terms with Soviet Russia. Stalin interpreted this as a sign of political goodwill. He referred to those Nazi elements which favoured a return to " the policy of the ex-Kaiser of Germany, who at one time occupied the Ukraine, undertook a march against Leningrad, and transformed the Baltic countries into an encampment for this march." There had been a change, he said, in German policy, which he attributed not to the theories of National Socialism, but to a desire to avenge Versailles. He denied that Soviet Russia had changed its policy towards Berlin because of "the establishment of a Fascist regime in Germany," and stretched out his hand to Hitler with these words :
" Of course we are far from enthusiastic about the Fascist regime in Germany. But Fascism is not the issue here, if only for the reason that Fascism, in Italy for example, did not prevent the Soviet Union from establishing good relations with that country."
Stalin's outstretched hand was ignored in Berlin. Hitler had other ideas on the subject. But Stalin would not be discouraged. He only decided upon a change of method. Viewing the Nazi agitation for an anti-Soviet bloc as a manotuvre on the part of Hitler, he resolved to respond to it with a counter manoeuvre. Henceforth, the Soviet Government

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