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STALIN APPEASES HITLER

would appear as an upholder of the Versailles system, would join the League of Nations, would even associate with the anti-German bloc. The threat involved in such a course, Stalin thought, would bring Hitler to his senses.
Stalin picked a brilliant journalist to pave the way for this somersault. It must be remembered that an entirc Soviet generation had been brought up in the
belief that the Versailles Treaty was the most pernicic;us instrument ever drawn up, and that its authors were a band of pirates. It was no simple task to dress
up the Soviet Government in the costume of a defender of Versailles. There was only one man in the Soviet Union who could do this publicity stunt adequately both for domestic and foreign consumption. That was Karl Radek, the man who subsequently played such a tragic role in the great trial of January 1937. Stalin picked Radek to prepare Russian and world opinion for his change of tactics.
I saw a great deal of Radek in those days-the early spring of 1934-at the headquarters of the Central Committee of the Communist Party. The Inner Circle in Moscow was then buzzing with talk about Radek's assignment to prepare a series of articles forming a build-up towards the coming turnabout in Kremlin policy.
The articles were to appear in both Pravda and Izcestia, the leading Communist and Soviet organs. They would be reprinted throughout the world and carefully studied in all European chancelleries. Radck's task was to whitewash the Versailles peace, to herald a new era of friendship with Paris, to persuade Soviet sympathizers abroad that such a stand was 11arx?i_onious with communism, and at the same tune to leave the door open for an agreement with Germany.

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