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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

officers of the Reichswehr concerning the stand they would take in the event of a Communist uprising.
Kiepenberger served the Comintern with great loyalty and courage. During the events of 1923, his life was in danger every day. In the end he suffered the fate that befell all loyal Communists. Elected to the Reichstag in 1927, he became a member of the Committee on Military Affairs. Regarding himself as the Comintern's representative on that body, he supplied the Soviet Military Intelligence with valuable information for many years. He remained in Germany for some months after Hitler came to power, continuing to do dangerous underground work for the Communist Party. In the autumn of 1933 he fled to Russia. In 1936 he was arrested as a Nazi spy.
The Ogpu examiner pressed him for an admission that he was in the service of the German Intelligence. Kiepenberger refused to "confess." "Ask Krivitsky whether I could become a Nazi agent," he pleaded. "He knows what I did in Germany."
" Didn't you know General Bredosv, head of the Reichswehr Military Intelligence?" asked the Ogpu examiner.
" Of course I knew hiin," replied Kiepenberger, " I was a member of the Communist faction of the Reichstag and on the Military Affairs Committee." (General Bredow had frequently appeared before the Reichstag Committee.)
The Ogpu had no further "incriminating" evidence against Kiepenberger. Nevertheless, after six months of "questioning" the dauntless fighter "confessed" that he was in the service of the German Military Intelligence. "There is a nail in my head," he kept repeating. "Give me something that will put me to sleep."
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