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II
THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

workers armed with rifles attacked the police station. Others occupied strategic points in the city.
Communist workers in other parts of Germany were thrown into a state of panic.
" Why are we doing, nothing while the workers of Hamburg are fighting?" they asked the district leaders of their party. "Why don't we come to their aid?"
The party lieutenants had no answer to give them. Only those on top knew that the workers of Hamburg were perishing because of "Grisha's" latest telegram. The Hamburg Communists held out for about three days. The great working-class masses of the city remained indifferent, and Saxony and Thuringia did not come to the aid of the Communists. The Reichswehr under General Von Seeckt entered Dresden and threw the Communist-Left Socialist Cabinet of Saxony out of office. The Thuringia Cabinet suffered the same fate. The Communist revolution had fizzled out.
Those of us in Germany all knew that headquarters in Moscow were responsible for the fiasco. The entire strategy of the proposed revolution had been worked out by the Bolshevik leaders of the Comintern. This made it necessary to find a scapegoat. The factional rivals of Brandler in the German party were familiar with the Comintern technique of covering up the mistakes of the high command, and they at once swung into action.
" Brandler and the Central Committee are responsible for our failure to capture power," shouted the new "opposition" headed by Ruth Fischer, Thaelmann and Maslow.
" Entirely correct," echoed Moscow. "Brandler is an opportunist, a social democrat. He must go! All hail to the new revolutionary leadership of Ruth Fischer, Thaelmann and Maslow ! "
At the next World Congress of the Comintern this

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