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II
THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

localized actions broke down completely. Their loyal, trained party regulars responded to the call, and were sent to their death by the party, battalion after battalion, more ruthlessly than Ludendorff had sent his troops into battle. The great mass of workers neither responded to the call for a general strike, nor joined in the scattered outbreaks. By early April, the uprising had been put down everywhere.
The leader of the German Communist Party, Dr. Paul Levi, who had opposed the adventure as madness from the very start, was expelled from the party for putting the blame in. no uncertainn language where it belonged.
He informed Moscow that it understood nothing of the conditions in Western Europe, that it had sacrificed the lives of thousands of workers upon an insane gamble. He referred to the Bolshevik leaders, and the emissaries of the Comintern, as "scoundrels" and "cheap politicians."
Within a short time after this March uprising, the Communist Party of Germany bad lost half its members. As for Max Hoelz, the Communist firebrand who expected to seize power by dynamite, he was tried on charges of 6CmUrder, arson, highwayrobbery and fifty other counts" and sentenced to life imprisonment.
I was interested in Hoelz's fate, because, for all his wild notions, he was undoubtedly an honest and bold revolutionist. To the workers of his native Vogtland he has become a legendary figure. When I was stationed several years later in Breslau, where Hoelz was imprisoned, I established contact with one of his jailers who had become deeply attached to him. Through him I sent Hoelz books, chocolates and food. Together we plotted to liberate Hoelz. But it was necessary for me to obtain assistance as well as authorization from

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