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contained in this correspondence, covering more than a year of negotiations.
Under the terms of the secret agreement, Japan and Germany undertook to regulate between themselves all matters relating to the Soviet Union and to China, and to take no action either in Europe or in the Pacific without consulting each other. Berlin also agreed to place its improvements in weapons of war at the disposal of Tokyo and to exchange military missions with Japan.
At five o'clock one afternoon, my courier took off for Paris with my coded message. I returned home and took a rest for several days. From then on, all correspondence between General Oshima and Tokyo flowed regularly through our hands. It revealed finally that a secret pact had been drawn up and initialled by General Oshima and Von Ribbentrop. The pact was so worded as to extend the field of cooperation between Japan and Germany to include interests beyond China and Soviet Russia.
There was but one problem to settle : How to camouflage the secret agreement. Hitler decided to draft the anti-Comintern pact as a device for misleading world opinion.
On November 25, in the presence of all the envoys 4 the foreign powers in Berlin, with the exception of the Soviet Union, the anti-Comintern pact was signed by the official representatives of the Governments of Germany and Japan. The pact is a public document consisting of a couple of brief clauses. Behind it lies concealed a secret agreement, the existence of which has never been acknowledged.
Stalin was, of course, in possession of all the proofs of this which I had uncovered. He decided to show Hitler that the Soviet Government knew all about it. Forcign Commissar Litvinov was assigned to spring

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