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a momentous role in the history of Spain and the world. His physical appearance lent colour to the legends. He was big in stature, his features were heavy, and his shock of grey hair belied his forty-one years. Kleber was introduced to the world as a soldier of fortune, a naturalized Canadian, a native of Austria, who, as an Austrian war prisoner in Russia, had joined the White Guards in their fight against the Bolsheviks, only to become converted finally to communism.
This picture was compounded at the Ogpu headquarters in Moscow, which supplied Kleber with his false Canadian passport. Kleber played his part under Ogpu dictation. His interviews were outlined for him by the agents of the Kremlin.
I had known Kleber and his wife and children and brother for many years. His real name was Stern. He was a native of Bukovina, then in Austria and now in Rumania. During the World War he served as an officer, was taken prisoner by the Czar's troops, and sent to a camp at Krasnoyarsk, Siberia. After the Soviet revolution he joined the Bolshevik Party and the Red Army, and fought throughout the Russian civil war on the Soviet side. Then he attended the Frunze Military Academy, from which he was graduated in 1924. For a while we worked together in the Intelligence Department of the General Staff. In 1927 Kleber was assigned to the military section of the Comintern, and acted as an instructor in its military schools. He went to China for the Comintern on confidential missions.
Kleber had never been to Canada and never associated with the White Guards. This bit of fiction was used to cover up the fact of his being a staff officer of the Red Army. It made his role as leader of the International Brigade more plausible. In reality, despite the dramatic part assigned to him, he was

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