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this examination satisfactorily, he was supplied with transportation and instructed to report at a given address in Europe.
In Europe we improvised a number of secret control points where each applicant would be thoroughly reinvestigated by devoted and trustworthy foreign Communists, or secretaries and agents of Communistcontrolled organizations like the S.R.I. (Secours Rouge International), the Friends of Republican Spain, or officials of such Spanish administrations as were entirely in the hands of the Communists. As Luis de Araquistain, former Loyalist Ambassador to France, conclusively shows, go percent of all important posts in the Spanish War Department were at a later stage firmly occupied by Stalin's henchmen. The Ogpu's control of those volunteers who were found worthy to sacrifice their lives in what they believed to be the cause of the republic, was continued in Spain, where informers were planted among them to weed out suspected spies, to eliminate men whose political opinions were not strictly orthodox, and to supervise their reading matter and conversation. Practically all the political commissars with the International Brigade, and later even with the greater part of the Republican Army, were stalwart Communists.
All the volunteers' passports were taken up when they arrived in Spain, and very rarely was a passport returned. Even when a man was discharged, he was told that his passport had been lost. From the United States alone about 2,00o volunteers came over, and genuine American passports are highly prized at Ogpu headquarters in Moscow. Nearly every diplomatic pouch from Spain that arrived at the Lubianka contained a batch of passports from members of the International Brigade.
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