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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

aware that he was not an expert on Chinese affairs. But Browder is a real American-from Kansas City, not Shepetovka.
Practically all matters regarding the manufacture and doctoring of passports and other documents are entrusted to native Russians. Pre-war conditions in Czarist Russia gave them exceptional training in this art. The elaborate passport regulations which have become prevalent in most European countries since 1918 found the Bolsheviks well prepared. In the offices of the Ogpu and the Fourth Department of the Red Army there are experts who can forge consular signatures and government seals wholly indistin"uishable from the genuine article.
The Foreign Liaison Section has still another function of great importance. It co-ordinates all the educational and propaganda functions of the Comintern on an international scale. It conducts ti'aining schools in and about Moscow for carefully selected Communists from every country, teaching them all the aspects of civil warfare, from propaganda to the operation of machine-guns.
These schools had their beginning durin- the first months of the Bolshevik revolution when brief training courses were given to German and Austrian war prisoners in the hope that these "cadres" would use their knowledge on the barricades of Berlin and Vienna. Later the courses became organized institutions. The most promising students would receive military instruction under the immediate tutelage of the Intelligence Department of the General Staff of the Red Army.
In 1926, a university was established in Moscow to instruct Western European and American Communists in the technique of Bolshevism. This university, the so-called Lenin School, is subsidized by the

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