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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

Moscow. Guns were removed from their hidingplaces. With mounting tension we awaited the zero hour. And then ...
" A new telegram from 'Grisha'," said the Communist leaders. "The insurrection is postponed!"
Again the Comintern couriers sped through Germany with new orders and a new date for the revolution. This state of alarm continued for several weeks. Almost every day a new telegram would arrive from "Grisha" (Zinoviev)-new orders, new plans, new agents from Moscow with new instructions and new revolutionary blue-prints. At the beginning of October, orders came through for the Communists to join the governments of Saxony and Thuringia in coalition with the Left Socialist. Moscow thought that these governments would become effective rallying centres for the Communists, and that the police could be disarmed in advance of the uprising.
At last the stage was set. A categorical telegram came through from Zinoviev. Again the couriers of the Comintern sped to every party district in Germany passing along the word. Again the Communist battalions mobilized for the attack. The hour drew near. There could be no turning back now, we thought, and awaited with relief the end of those nerveracking weeks of delay. At the last moment the Central Committee of the German Party was again hurriedly convened.
" A new telegram from 'Grisha'! The insurrection is postponed again!"
Again messengers were dispatched with urgent lastminute cancellation orders to the party centres. But the courier to Hamburg arrived too late. The Hamburg Communists, with true German discipline, went into battle at the appointed hour. Hundreds of

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