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STALIN'S HAND IN SPAIN

the Ogpu, and General Uritsky of the General Staff of the Red Army were also present.
From Sloutski, whom I met frequently in Paris and elsewhere, I learned that at this conference a veteran officer of his department was detailed to establish the Ogpu in Loyalist Spain. He was Nikolsky, alias Schwed, alias Lyova, alias Orlov.
This Lubianka conference also placed the Soviet secret police in charge of Comintern operations in Spain. It decided to "co-ordinate" the activities of the Spanish Communist Party with those of the Ogpu.
Another decision of this conference was to have the movement of volunteers to Spain from every country secretly policed by the Ogpu. There is in the central committee of every Communist Party in the world one member who holds a secret commission from the Ogpu and it was through him that this would be accomplished.
In many countries, including Great Britain, enlistment under the Spanish Republic seemed a noble international crusade to rescue democracy and to preserve socialism from destruction. Young men from all over the world volunteered to fight in Spain for these ideals. But the republican Spain that was fighting Franco was by no means united in political beliefs or policies. It was made up of many factions-democrats, anarchists, syndicalists and socialists. Communists were a very small minority. Stalin's success in seizing control and using Spain as a weapon with which to determine the relation of France and England towards the Soviet government, depended upon his breaking the powerful anti-Communist opposition in the republican camp. It was therefore necessary to control the movement of these idealistic foreign voluziteers, to prevent them from joining up with elements opposed to Stalin's policies and ambitions.

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