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STALIN'S HAND IN SPAIN

high officers of the service was : Podalshe ot artillereiskovo ognia!-" Stay out of range of the artillery fire! "
Two days later a special courier, who came by plane to Holland, brought me instructions from Moscow: "Extend your operations immediately to cover Spanish Civil War. Mobilize all available agents and facilities for prompt creation of a system to purchase and transport arms to Spain. A special agent is being dispatched to Paris to aid you in this work. He will report to you there and work under your supervision."
I was vlad that Stalin had at last decided to move earnestly in Spain. The Kamenev-Zinoviev trial had created a dreadful impression in pro-Soviet circles, and the strict neutrality adopted by Moscow in the Spanish struggle was giving rise to embarrassing questions even in the friendliest quarters.
At this same time Stalin instructed Yagoda, then chief of the Ogpu, to set up in Spain a branch of the Soviet secret police. Little did the omnipotent Yagoda dream that five days after Stalin honoured him with this momentous commission he would be removed from his post, and a few months later lodged in one of the Lubianka cells over which he had presided so long. His career came to an end before one of his own firing-squads, on March 14, 1938, after he had "confessed" to a plot to poison his successor, Yezhov, and also his old friend, Maxim Gorky, the famous writer.
On September 14, obedient to Stalin's order, Yagoda called an emergency conference at his headquarters, the Lubianka, in Moscow. Frinovsky, then commander of the military forces of the Ogpu, later commissar of the navy, was present. (His career also came to an abrupt end in 1939 when he "disappeared.") Sloutski, chief of the Foreign Division of

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