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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
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the Czech railway to walk out, rather than handle Skoda munitions for the Poland of Pilsudski.
" Railroad workers!" I wrote in a leaflet. "You are transporting on your line guns to slaughter your Russian working-class brothers."
At the same time, a Polish Soviet Government, organized in anticipation of the capture of Warsaw, was moving with Tukhachevsky's staff towards the Polish capital. Felix Djershinslci, veteran. Polish revolutionist and head of the Russian Cheka (the earlier name for the Ogpu) had been appointed by Moscow to head this government.
The Russo-Polish war was the one serious attempt made by Moscow to carry Bolshevism into Western Europe on the points of bayonets. It failed, despite all our efforts, military and political, despite the victories of the Red Army, and although we had a Polish section of the Comintern working with our political agitators and intelligence men behind the Polish front. In the end the exhausted Red Army was forced to fall back. Pilsudski remained master of Poland. Lenin's hope of joining hands through Poland, with the revolutionary workers of Germany and helping them extend the revolution to the Rhine was lost.
The idea of hastening Bolshevist Revolution through military invasion had been entertained earlier, in 1919, during the existence of the shortlived Hungarian and Bavarian Soviet republics. Detachments of Red Guards were then only about aa hundred miles from Hungarian territory. But the Bolsheviks were then too weak, and were moreover fighting against the Whites for their very existence.
By the beginning of 1921, when the treaty of Riga was signed between Russia and Poland, the Bolsheviks, and especially Lenin himself, realized that to bring

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