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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

This system provides the Ogpu with a comprehensive file regarding the associations of Russian and foreign Communists, which can be put to use at the proper time.
The heart of the Comintern is the little-known and never publicized International Liaison Section, known by its Russian initials as the O.M.S.! Until the purge got under way, the O.M.S. was headed by Piatnitsky, a veteran Bolshevik, trained during the Czarist regime in the practical business of distributing illegal revolutionary propaganda. Piatnitsky was in charge of the transport of Lenin's paper, Iskra, from Switzerland to Russia in the early part of the century. When the Communist International was organized, Lenin's choice for the head of the all-important Foreign Liaison Section fell naturally upon Piatnitsky. As the chief of the O.M.S. he became, in effect, the Finance Minister and Director of Personnel of the Comintern.
He created a world-wide network of permanently stationed agents responsible to him, to act as liaison officers between Moscow and the nominally autonomous Communist Parties of Europe, Asia, Latin America and the United States. As resident agents of the Comintern, these O.M.S. representatives hold the whip hand over the leaders of the Communist Party in the country in which they are stationed. Neither the rank and file, nor even the majority of the leaders of the Communist Parties, know the identity of the O.M.S. representative, who is responsible to Moscow, and who does not participate directly in party discussions.
In recent years the Ogpu has gradually taken over many of the O.M.S. functions, especially the hunting down and reporting to Moscow of cases of heresy against Stalin. However, in the immensely complicated

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