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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
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was all dressed up in ritualistic resolutions and decrees, and with Moscow's blessings the German Communist Party was turned over to its new general staff.
Brandler received an order to come to Moscow, where he was deprived of his German passport and given a Soviet office job. German matters, he was informed by Zinoviev, were no longer to concern him. All his efforts to return to Germany were unsuccessful until his friends threatened to create an international scandal by bringing the matter to the attention of the Berlin Government. Only then was he released from Soviet Russia and expelled from the Communist Party.
Souvarine, the eminent French writer and author of the most comprehensive biography of Stalin, had the same experience. Ousted in 1924 from the leadership of the French Communist Party by order of the Comintern, he was detained by the Soviet Government until his friends in Paris threatened to appeal to the French authorities.
Upon one branch of the Soviet Government the costly experiment of 1923 was not entirely wasted. That was the military intelligence service. When we saw the collapse of the Comintern's efforts, we said : "Let's save what we can of the German revolution." We took the best men developed by our Party Intelligence and the Zersetzungsdienst, and incorporated them into the Soviet Military Intelligence. Out of the ruins of the Communist revolution we built in Germany for Soviet Russia a brilliant intelligence service, the envy of every other nation.
Shaken by the defeat in Germany, Moscow began looking for other fields of conquest. By the late autumn of 1924, Germany had become stabilized. The Communist International after nearly six years had not a single victory with which to justify its enormous

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