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II
THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

Military formations, the foundation of the German Red Army that was never to be, in a very systematic fashion, dividing them into units of one hundred men, Hundertschaft. We prepared lists of Communists who had served during the war, cataloguing them according to their military rank. Out of this list we expected to create the officers corps of the German Red Army. We also organized a technical staff of experienced specialists : machine-gunners, artillery officers, the nucleus of an aviation corps, and a liaison personnel chosen from trained wireless and telephone operators. We set up an organization of women and trained them for hospital duty.
In the Ruhr, however, as a result of the French occupation, we were faced with an entirely different problem. The Ruhr was the scene of one of the strangest spectacles in history. Unable to oppose French arms by force, the Germans were waging a war of passive resistance. Mines and factories shut down, leaving only skeleton staffs at their places to prevent the mines from flooding and to keep factory equipment in working order. Railroads were almost at a standstill. Unemployment was univPrsa.l. The Berlin Government, already faced with a fantastic inflation, supported virtually the entire population of the Ruhr.
Meanwhile the French began to encourage tile Separatist Movement which aimed to detach the entire Rhineland from Germany and form an independent state. Casual observers thought that the Separatist Movement was nothing but French propaganda. In fact, however, it was native and very serious, and if the British had not opposed it, the Rhineland would have severed itself from. Germany in 1923, In many R.henish homes I saw busts of Napoleon, the creator of the Confederation of the Rhine. Often enough I

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