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STALIN APPEASES HITLER

the surprise upon Berlin. On November 28, addressing an extraordinary session of the Congress of Soviets, Litvinov said:
" Well-informed people refuse to believe that in order to draw up the two meagre articles which have been published of the German Japanese agreement, it was necessary to conduct negotiations for fifteen months; that these negotiations should have been entrusted to a Japanese general and a German superdiplomat, and that they should have been conducted in extraordinary secrecy and kept secret even from German and Japanese official diplomacy....
" As for the German Japanese agreement which has been published, I would recommend to you not to seek for any meaning in it, since it really has no meaning. It is only a cover for another agreement which was simultaneously discussed and initialled, probably also signed, and which was not published and is not intended for publication.
" I assert, realizing the full weight of my words, that it was to the working out of this secret document, in which the word communism is not even mentioned, that fifteen months of negotiations between the Japanese military attache and the German superdiplomat were devoted....
" This agreement with Japan will tend to extend any war which breaks out on one continent to at least two, if not more than two, continents."
Needless to say, there was consternation in Berlin.
As for my own share in this affair, Moscow hailed it as a triumph. I was recommended for the Order of Lenin. The recommendation was approved all along the line, but got lost sight of at the time of the Red Army purge. I never received it.
An American sequel to the German-Japanese secret pact came to my attention when I was already in the

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