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STALIN APPEASES HITLER

go outside the ordinary diplomatic channels and at whatever cost arrive at a deal with Hitler. At a meeting of the Politbureau held at this time, Stalin definitely informed his lieutenants: " In the very near future we shall consummate an agreement with Germany."
In December 1936, I received orders to throttle down our work in Germany. The first months of 1937 were passed in expectancy of a favourable outcome of Kandelaki's secret negotiations. I was in Moscow when he arrived from Berlin, in April, accompanied by the Ogpu representative in Germany. Kandelaki brought with him the draft of an agreement with the Nazi government. He was received in private audiences by Stalin, who believed that he had at last achieved the goal of all his manoeuvres.
At this time I had occasion for a long conference with Yezhov, then head of the Ogpu, who had just reported to Stalin on certain operations of mine. Yezhov had been a metal worker in his youth, raised in the Stalin school. This dreaded marshal of the great purge had a simple mind. Any question of policy he took up with Stalin at once, and whatever the big boss said, he repeated word for word, and then translated into action.
Yezhov and I discussed various reports in our possession as to discontent in Germany and possible opposition to Hitler from the old monarchist groups. Yezhov had discussed the same subject that very day in his conference with Stalin. His words were practically a phonographic record of the boss himself:
" What's all this drivel about discontent with Hitler in the German Army?" he exclaimed. "What does it take to content an army? Ample rations? Hitler furnishes them. Good arms and equipment? Hitler supplies them. Prestige and honour? Hitler provides

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