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II
THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

squandering of money and lives. Thousands of Comintern parasites were on the Soviet pay-rolls. Zinoviev's position within the Bolshevik Party was beginning to wobble. A victory, somehow, somewhere, was necessary at any cost.
On Soviet Russia's western border was Estonia, a tiny nation, then apparently in the throes of a crisis. Zinoviev and the executive committee of the Comintern decided to throw all Marxian theory to the wind. Summoning the chief of the Intelligence Department of the Red Army, General Berzin, Zinoviev spoke to him along these lines : Estonia is in a revolutionary crisis. We will not act there as we did in Germany. We will use new methods-no strikes, no agitation. All we need is a few courageous groups under the command of a handful of Red Army officers, and in two or three days we shall be masters of Estonia.
General Berzin was a man who obeyed orders. In a few days a group of about sixty reliable Red Army officers, mainly Baltic Russians, was organized under Zhibur, one of the heroes of the civil war. They were directed to enter Estonia by different routes, some through Finland and Latvia, others by slipping across the Soviet border. Awaiting them in Estonia were scattered special Communist units totalling about two hundred men. By late November all preparations were ready.
On the morning of December 1, 1924, a "revolution" struck at specified focal points in Reval, the capital. The country remained completely calm. The workers proceeded to their factories as usual. Business moved at a normal pace, and in about four hours the "revolution" was completely crushed. About one hundred and fifty Communists were shot on the spot. Hundreds of others, not connected with the affair in any way, were jailed. The Red Army

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