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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

In 1924 the Berlin police raided the O.M.S. headquarters there, and seized a batch of German passports, together with files listing the names of their original otivners, the true names of the Comintern agents then using them, and the fictitious names with which they were travelling. For this reason a genuine passport is much preferred.
In 1927 the Comintern and the O,,pu sent Earl Browder to China. I do not know why Browder was chosen for the mission, but I believe the main reason was his American passport. I am reminded in this connection of a conversation I had with a Comintern official. He had a man working for him whose incompetence was always the subject of anecdotes in our circle. I would often run into this man in one of the capitals of Europe as he scurried about on seemingly important missions. Later I had occasion to discuss him with the official.
" Tell me frankly, Comrade," I said, "why you keep that idiot on your staff?"
The veteran Bolshevik smiled tolerantly and replied :
" My dear young Walter, the question here is not the man's capability. What is important is that he has a Canadian passport and I need a Canadian for the missions on which I send him. No one else will do."
" Canadian!" I exclaimed. "He isn't a Canadian. He's a Ukrainian born in Shepetovka."
The official roared with laughter.
" What do you mean, a Ukrainian born in Shepetovka ! He has a Canadian passport. That's good enough for me. Do you think it's so easy to find a real Canadian? We've got to make the best of a Canadian born in Shepetovka!"
I believe that when the Comintern debated the question of sending Browder to China they were fully

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