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STALIN'S HAND IN SPAIN

cause of all advanced and progressive mankind." This message was, of course, intended for the Comintern and for Soviet adherents throughout the world.
The Norwegian ship finally slipped through Franco's blockade and discharged its planes at Alicante. At the same time, other war supplies, including tanks and artillery, arrived from the Soviet Union. All Loyalist Spain saw that tangible aid was actually coming from Russia. The republicans, Socialists, anarchists and syndicalists had only theories and ideals to offer. The Communists were producing guns and planes to use against Franco. Soviet prestige soared. The jubilant Communists made the most of it.
On October 28, Caballero, as Minister of War, issued a proclamation to the Spanish Republic. It was a call to victory, and it said: "At this moment we have at last in our hands formidable armamentswe have tanks and powerful aviation."
Caballero, who had opened wide the doors to Stalin's messengers, did not know the nature of the force that was coming to the rescue of the Spanish Republic. He did not realize that this aid would cause his own fall.
The movement of war supplies to Spain went hand in hand with the world-wide movement of man-power to Madrid. Volunteers from the British Isles, the United States, Canada, Latin America and South Africa, Scandinavia, the Balkans and all Europe, even from Nazi Germany and Italy, from Australia and the Philippines, were eager to fight for the Loyalist cause. The famous International Brigade was being formed.
Now, if Stalin was to control the Spain that he was beginning to support with arms, it was imperative to organize and direct this far-flung tide of crusaders, and to weld it into a Stalinist force. Caballero's popular-front Government was a precarious coalition

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