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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

THE Communist International was born in Moscow on March 2, 1919. It received its death-blow in Moscow on August 23, 1939, with the signing of the Nazi-Soviet pact by Premier Molotov and German Foreign Minister Von Ribbentrop. But its decay was apparent in many things that happened years before.
On a May morning in 1934, I was with Volynski, the chief of the counter-espionage section of the Ogpu, in his office on the tenth floor of the Lubianka building in Moscow. Suddenly, from the street below, we heard the sound of music and of singing men. Looking down we saw a.parade going on. The marchers were three hundred members of the Austrian Socialist Army, the Schutzbund, who had fought heroically on the barricades in Vienna against the Fascist Ileimwehr. Soviet Russia had given refuge to this small battalion of Socialist fighters.
I shall always remember that May morning : the happy faces of the Schuttibundlers as they marched, singing their revolutionary song, Brueder zur Sonne, zur Preiireit, the spontaneous fellowship of the Russian crowds as they joined the march. For a moment I forgot where I was, but Volynski brought me down to earth.
" How many spies do you suppose there are among them, Krivitsky?" he asked in the most natural tone of voice.

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