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circle. The "daredevil" Artusov was regarded as alreaiy a finished man. Subsequent events proved him right. Poland joined the German %ld, and that may have saved him for a while. Artusov was a Swiss who had taken up residence in Czarist Russia as a French teacher. He had joined the revolutionary movement before the World War and the Bolshevik Party in 1917- Of small stature, grey-haired, wearing a goatee, a lover of music, Artusov had married a Russian woman and raised a family in Moscow. In 1937 he was arrested and executed in the great purge.
The fiasco with Poland increased Stalin's conviction of the need of Appeasing Hitler. He used every avenue to convey to Berlin his readiness for an amicable arrangement. Hitler's blood purge of June 13 immensely raised him in Stalin's estimation. Hitler had demonstrated for the first time to the men in the Kremlin that he knew how to wield power, that lie was a dictator not only in name but in deed. If Stalin had doubts before as to Hitler's ability to rule with an iron hand, to crush opposition, to assert his authority even over potent political and military forces, those doubts were now dispelled. From now on, Stalin recognized in Hitler a master, a man able to back up his challenge to the world. This, more than anything else, was responsible for Stalin's decision on the night of June 30 to secure at whatever cost an understanding with the Nazi regime.
Two weeks later, on July 15, Radek, writing in the official Soviet organ, Izvestia, attempted to raise before Berlin the bugaboo of Moscow's alignment with the Versailles powers. He ended, however, with this contrary note :
" There is no reason why Fascist Germany and Soviet Russia should not get on together, inasmuch as the Soviet Union and Fascist Italy are good friends."

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