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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

When the Comintern decided to change the central committee of the Polish Party, Huher was summoned to Moscow. He was soon transferred to a newly created bureau connected with the railways. Huber was completely out of his element in railway work. He vainly exerted pressure to be sent back to work in his party in Poland. He was pushed from one bureau to another, given an opportunity to sample every aspect of Soviet bureaucracy, but he was not allowed to go back to his Polish comrades.
He was still in Moscow, working as an obscure secretary in a Soviet office, when the fifteenth anniversary of the founding of the Young Communist League was celebrated in the House of the Soviets. On the platform were the new dignitaries of the Soviet regime, parading in their splendour. Stirring speeches were delivered emphasizing the great role of the Young Communist League in Soviet Russia and in the world. At the back of the hall was Stach Huber, one of the founders of the Young Communist League. Wandering about aimlessly, he met an old comrade who had also long since lost caste. They were happy to run into each other and the old friend invited Huber to his apartment. They spent the better part of the night reminiscing and exchanging anecdotes over a bottle. Several days later, Stach Huber was summoned to appear before the Control Commission of the Comintern.
" Were you at the home of Comrade N. last Wednesday night?"
Huber admitted the "charge." He was at once expelled from the party, which made it impossible for him to get any job. He was directed to vacate his apartment immediately, and was left without a roof over his head. He came to live with me in my apartment.

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