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II
THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

semi-Fascist countries the Comintern abdicated without even the pretence of a fight. The so-called underground Communist Parties of Germany and Italy, as I had good occasion to observe, in my post as Chief of Military Intelligence in Western Europe, amounted to nothing. Honeycombed with Fascist stool-pigeons, the only function they serve is to send men to their death. Communism has long since become bankrupt in these countries, and if a new revolutionary wave is to sweep Germany as a result of Hitler's war, it most certainly will not be under the leadership of Moscow.
In the stable and progressive democracies of Scandinavia, the Popular Front's slogans fell flat, just as had revolutionary slogans of earlier years.
In Great Britain, on the other hand, although Moscow's new face won few converts among the labouring masses, its anti-Fascist slogans captured a substantial number of students, writers and trade union leaders. During the Spanish tragedy and the Munich days, many scions of the British aristocracy enlisted both in the International Brigade (the army of the Comintern in Spain) and in our Intelligence Service. The Moscow trials shocked many of these new recruits. At the height of the purge one of the members of the Central Committee of the British Communist Party said to a colleague of mine :
" Why does Stalin shoot you people? I know how loyally you serve the Soviet Union, but I am sure that if you return to Moscow you too will be shot."
Such moods arose but they subsided. The executions continued. The Spanish picture unfolded in all its totalitarian horror. But Stalin kept his international following as the great ally of the democracies against Hitler.
In France the Front Populaire was so intimately

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