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STALIN APPEASES HITLER

United States. In January 1939, Hitler appointed his personal aide, Capt. Fritz Wiedemann, consul general at San Francisco. Fritz Wiedemann had been Private Hitler's commanding officer in the World War and is one of the Fuehrer's most intimate and trusted collaborators. The appointment of such a figure to a seomingly minor post on the Pacific suggests the significance of the German Japanese secret agreement. Hitler included in his plans even the possibility of joint manoeuvres with Japan in the Pacific.
Lieutenant-General Oshima was elevated from military attache to Japanese ambassador to Germany in October 1938, and presented his credentials to Hitler on November 22 last.
Now, what was the effect of the Berlin-Tokyo pact upon the Krcmlia.l's foreign policy? How did Stalin react to Hitler's enveloping operation against the Soviet Union?
Stalin continued his two simultaneous courses of action. The series of manoeuvres he executed on the surface is a matter of open record. He strengthened his association with France by a special treaty and pressed for an alliance. He entered into a mutualassistance pact with Czechoslovakia. He launched the united-front campaign throughout the anti-Fascist world. He had Litvinov inaugurate the crusade for collective security, designed to align all the great and small powers in the defence of the Soviet Union from German Japanese aggression. He intervened in Spain in order to forge a closer link with Paris and London.
But all these surface moves were designed only to impress Hitler, and bring success to his undercover manoeuvres which had but one aim : a close accord with Germany. No sooner was the German Japanese pact signed than Stalin directed the Soviet trade envoy in Berlin, his personal emissary, David Kandelaki, to

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