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STALIN APPEASES HITLER

it. A sense of power and victory? Hitler gives that, too. The talk about army unrest in Germany is all nonsense.
" As for the capitalists, what do they need a Kaiser for? They wanted to put the workers back in the factories. Hitler has done it for them. They wanted to get rid of the Communists. Hitler has them in jails and concentration camps. They were fed up with labour unions and strikes. Hitler has put labour under state control and outlawed strikes. Why should the industrialists be discontented?"
Yezhov continued in the same vein : Germany is strong. She is now the strongest power in the world. Hitler has made her so. Who can doubt it? How can anyone in his senses fail to reckon with it? For Soviet Russia there is but one course. And here he quoted Stalin: " We must come to terms with a superior power like Nazi Germany."
Hitler, however, again rebuffed Stalin's advances. By the end of 1937, with the collapse of the Stalin plans in Spain and the Japanese successes in China , the international isolation of the Soviet Union became extreme. Stalin then took on the surface a position of neutrality between the two major groups of powers. On November 27, 1937, speaking in Leningrad, Foreign Commissar Litvinov poked fun at the democratic nations for their handling of the Fascist nations. But Stalin's underlying purpose remained the same.
In March 1938, Stalin staged his ten-day super-trial of the Rykov-Bukharin-Krestinsky group of Bolsheviks, who had been Lenin's closest associates and who were among the fathers of the Soviet Revolution. These Bolshevik leaders-hateful to Hitler-were shot by Stalin on March 3. On March 12, with no protest from Russia, Hitler annexed Austria. Moscow's only reply was a proposal to call a parley of the democratic

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