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STALIN'S HAND IN SPAIN

Doctor Negrin, of course, saw the only salvation of his country in close co-operation with the Soviet Union. It had become obvious that active support could come only from that source. He was ready to go along with Stalin in everything, sacrificing all other considerations to secure this aid.
These things were discussed while I was in Barcelona, six months before the fall of the Caballero government. It took that time to effect the change. It was accomplished at the last with the aid of an Ogpu plot in Barcelona. Here the official Soviet Ambassador, Marcel Rosenberg, was making speeches and keeping in the public eye, but the Kremlin never considered him important. Silently and effectively, Stashevsky did the work of Stalin.
Sloutski, chief of the Foreign Division of the Ogpu, had been ordered from Moscow to inspect the secret police, which was modelled on that of Russia. He arrived a day or two after my departure. The Ogpu was then blossoming out all over Loyalist territory, but concentrating on Catalonia, where the independent groups were strongest and where also the real Trotskyists had their party headquarters.
" They have good material over there," Sloutski told me, when he returned to Paris some weeks later, "but they lack experience. We cannot allow Spain to become a free camping-ground for all the antiSoviet elements that have been flocking there from all over the world. After all, it is our Spain now, part of the Soviet front. We must make it solid for us. Who knows how many spies there are among those volunteers? and as for the anarchists and Trotskyists, even though they are anti-Fascist soldiers, they are our enemies. They are counter-revolutionists, and we have to root them out."
The Ogpu had done a brilliant bit of work. Already

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