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the Communist Party. I communicated with Hamann, the leader of the party in Breslau, and he promised to have several reliable men for me. I then went to Berlin and conferred with the Central Committee of the party. They debated the issue. Some wanted Hoelz released through a legal manecuvre, such as electing him to the Reichstag. Others believed that his escape would be the very thing to galvanize the masses, who were then very apathetic to the Communist Party. I was granted permission to attempt the jail delivery. Upon my return to Breslau, however, the first thing Hoelz's jailer told me was: " We have been ordered to chain up his door."
The authorities had learned of our plot, through none other than Hamann himself, the leader of the Breslau Communists, member of the Reichstag-and police stool pigeon.
Hoelz was later released by legal means. Although I had been working to effect his escape and was in constant communication with him while in Breslau, I met him for the first time in Moscow in 1932, at the apartment of Kisch, the German Communist writer. When he learned who I was, he laughed:
" Oh, you are the rich American uncle who sent me good books and food."
In Moscow Hoelz was a hero for a time. He was awarded the Order of the Red Banner, a factory in Leningrad was named after him, and he was furnished with a good apartment at the Hotel Metropole. But when the Communists capitulated to Hitler in 1933 without firing a shot, and it became clear that this was the official policy of Stalin and the Comintern, Hoelz asked for his passport. He was put off day after day,, and spies were set on his trail. He became furious. He demanded immediate permission to Iea,vP. His friends in Moscow now avoided him. The

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