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printed Dombal's speech in Svit, and distributed hundreds of thousands of copies throughout Poland, especially among the Polish soldiers.
Dombal was immediately arrested and confined in the Warsaw Citadel, the dreaded Polish political prison. After three years the Soviet Government finally obtained his release by exchanging him for a number of Polish aristocrats and priests held as hostages. He then came to Moscow where he was acclaimed as one of the heroes of the Comintern. Lavish honours were heaped upon him and he was raised to a high position. For more than a decade, Dombal was one of the most important non-Russian officials of the Communist International.
In 1936 he was arrested on a charge of having been a Polish spy for seventeen years-ever since his speech in the Polish Parliament. The Ogpu decided that Dombal's greeting to 'the Red Army, as well as his three-year prison term, had been part of a prearranged plot of the Polish Military Intelligence. Dombal was executed.
During the Russo-Polish war the Polish Communist Party worked hand in hand with our department, and we prepared that party for action in co-operation with the Red Army. The Polish Communist Party obeyed all the commands of the advancing army of Tukhachevsky.
Members of the Polish Communist Party aided us in organizing sabotage, in creating diversions, and in impeding the arrival of munitions from France. We organized a strike in Danzig to prevent the landing of French munitions for the Polish Army. I travelled to Warsaw, Cracow, Lemberg, German and Czech Silesia and to Vienna, organizing strikes to stop arms shipments. I organized a successful railway strike in the Czech railway junction of Oderberg, persuading

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