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II
THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

officers returned quickly to Russia along pre-arranged routes. Zhibur reappeared at his desk in the offices of the General Staff, and the Estonian "revolution" was hushed up as quickly as possible.
In Bulgaria, the Comintern, enjoyed a period of prosperity while Stambouliski, the leader of the Peasant Party, was in power. Stambouliski was friendly to Moscow. The remnants of General Wrangel's White Army, which the Bolsheviks had driven out of the Crimea, were on Bulgarian territory, and die Soviet Government was anxious to break up this force. With Stambouliski's consent Russia sent a group of secret agents into Bulgaria for this purpose. These agents used every method of propaganda, including the publication of a newspaper, and every means of terror, including assassination. To a considerable extent they were successful in demoralizing this potential anti-Soviet army.
Despite 'these friendly relations between Stambouliski and Moscow, when in 1923 Tsankoff executed a military revolt against Stambouliski's Government Moscow directed the Bulgarian Communist Party to remain neutral. The Communist leaders hoped that, as a result of the death struggle between the army reactionaries and Stambouliski, they would gain full power for themselves.
Stambouliski was overthrown and slain. Tsankoff established a military dictatorship. Thousands of innocent people went to the gallows, and the Communist Party was driven underground.
Two years passed and the Comintern decided that the time had come for a Communist putsc,'t against the Tsankoff Government. A conspiracy was organized in Moscow by the leaders of the Bulgarian Communist Party with the assistance of Red Army officers. One of these Bulgarian leaders was George Dimitrov. The

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