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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

heard the inhabitants complain that their rich country was exploited by Prussia.
The Communist Party opposed the Separatist Movement by every means at its disposal. The slogan of the Comintern was "War Against Stresemann and Poincare !" The slogan of the Nazis and their nationalist allies was: " War Against Poincare and Stresemann !" It was during these days that Schlageter, a Nazi terrorist, was executed by the French military authorities. Schlageter's death would have passed unnoticed outside the narrow circle of his comrades had not Karl Radek, the Comintern's cleverest propagandist, brought it home to the German people. "Join the Communists," cried Radek, "and you will liberate the Fatherland nationally and socially ! "
For a time negotiations went on between Radek and a number of Nazi and Nationalist leaders, notably Count Reventlow. The basis for collaboration was that German nationalism's sole chance of success was in joining hands with Bolshevik Russia against imperialist France and Great Britain. But this union was not consummated. It was not until I939 that it finally took place under conditions vastly different from those contemplated by Moscow when Germany was the under-dog.
Meanwhile everything was prepared for a Separatist cotip d'etat. The leaders of the Separatist Party Mathes, Dorten, Smith, marshalled their forces. A great demonstration in Duesseldorf late in September was to be the signal for the proclamation of the Rhenish Republic.
The Nationalists were combating the Separatists by individual acts of terror. The Communist Party called a counter-demonstration "against the Separatist traitors." When the two conflicting forces met at a

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