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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

When peace came these fanatics could find no place in the orderly life of the country. Many of them took part in armed hold-ups for revolutionary purposes at first, and then simply in acts of brigandage. The few who found their way to Russia usually wound up in Siberia in exile.
In the meantime the German Communist Party was awaiting instructions from the Comintern which seemed incredibly slow in coming. In September Brandler, the leader of the party, and several of his colleagues were summoned to Moscow for instructions. Interminable discussions took place in the Political Bureau, the supreme body of the Russian Communist Party, where the Bolshevik leaders were debating the proper hour to launch a German revolution. For many anxious hours the leaders of the German Communist Party cooled their heels in Moscow while the Bolshevik brain-trust was formulating its final plan of action.
Moscow decided to do the thing thoroughly this time. It secretly dispatched its best people into Germany : Bukharin ; Max Levine, who had been one of the leaders of the four weeks' Bavarian Soviet dictatorship ; Piatakov ; Hungarian and Bulgarian Comintern agents, and Karl Radek himself. We Red Army men in Germany continued training our military forces. We held secret night manoeuvres in the woods near Solingen in the Rhineland in which several thousand workers would take part.
At last the word went around: " Zinoviev has set the date for the uprising."
Communist Party units throughout Germany awaited their final instructions. A telegram arrived from Zinoviev to the German Central Committee fixing the exact hour. Comintern couriers hastened to the various party centres with the command from

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