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STALIN'S HAND IN SPAIN

only and informed that the Spaniards would provide their own ships to transport the munitions as fast as they were dclivered to the "private syndicate" from the arsenals of the Red Army. He left for Odessa armed with governmental orders placing under his control all the authorities in the city, from the local chief of the secret police to the president of the regional soviet.
General Uritsky represented the Intelligence Service of the Red Army at the Lubianka conference. It was the function of his department to handle the technical military side of the enterprise, to determine the quantities and kinds of equipment to be provided from the arsenals, to fix the number and personnel ol the military experts, pilots, artillery and tank officers to be sent to Spain. In military matters, these men remained under the orders of the General Staff of the Red Army; otherwise, they were supervised by the secret police.
Stalin's intervention in Spain was now launched. I went into action as if I were at the front. Indeed my assignment was to active war duty. I recalled an important agent from London, another from Stockholm, a third from Switzerland, and arranged to meet them in Paris for a conference with the special agent assigned to me from Moscow. This agent, Zimin, was an expert in munitions and a member of the military section of the Ogpu.
We all met in Paris in perfect secrecy on September 21. Zimin brought explicit and emphatic instructions that we must not permit the slightest possibility of the Soviet government's becoming in any way associated with our traffic in arms. All cargoes were to be handled "privately" through business firms created for the purpose.
Our first problem, therefore, was to create a new

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