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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

cross section in the city, I saw, for the first time in my life, Communists fighting side by side with Nationalist terrorists and the German police. The Separatists were defeated, mainly because of the interference of the pro-German British Cabinet.
Even while we were supporting German Nationalists against the French in the Rhineland and the Ruhr with every weapon at our disposal, we decided that in the event of a Communist uprising in Germany we would not allow ourselves to be drawn into conflict with French military forces. Our plan of strategy, as formulated by our staff officers in the Rhineland, called for the withdrawal of our party military formations into Central Germany, into Saxony and Thuringia, where the Communists were particularly strong at that time. '" e trained our units with that in mind.
In preparing for the Communist revolution, the German Communists created small terrorist groups, so-called "T" units, to demoralize the Reichswehr and the police by assassinations. The "T" units were composed of fiercely courageous zealots.
I recall a meeting of one of these groups on a September evening in the city of Essen, shortly before the Communist uprising. I recall how they came together, quietly, almost solemnly, to receive their orders. Their commander announced tersely :
" To-night we act."
Calmly they took out their revolvers, checked them for the last time, and filed out one by one. The very next day the Essen press reported the discovery of the body of a murdered police officer, assassin unknown. For weeks these groups struck swiftly and effectively in various parts of Germany, picking off police officers and other enemies of the Communist cause.

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