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III
STALIN'S HAND IN SPAIN

The Catalonians were anti-Stalinist, and they were one of the main props of the Caballero Government. To seize full control, Stalin had still to bring Catalonia under his rule and oust Caballero.
This was emphasized to me in a report by one of the leaders of the Russian anarchist group in Paris, who was a secret agent of the Ogpu. He had been dispatched to Barcelona, where as a prominent anarchist he enjoyed the confidence of the anarcho-syndicalists in the local government. His mission was to act as an agent provocateur, to incite the Catalonians to rash acts that would justify calling in the Army as if to suppress a revolt behind the front.
His report covered at least thirty pages. Like all our secret reports, it was conveyed in tiny rolls of photographic film. A special department at the Moscow headquarters is equipped with the finest American photographic apparatus for handling these films. Each page of the report was an enlarged print.
The agent gave a detailed report of his conferences with the various party leaders whose confidence he shared, and of the measures he had taken to inspire them to acts which would give the Ogpu an excuse for destroying them. He was sure that there would soon be an outbreak in Barcelona.
Another report I read came from Jose Diaz, the leader of the Spanish Communist Party, and was addressed to Dimitrov, the president of the Comintern. Dirnitrov sent it immediately to the headquarters of the Ogpu, since he had long since learned who his master was. Diaz berated Caballero as a dreamer and a phrasemonger who would never become a trusted ally of the Stalinists. He praised Negrin. He described the work the Communists were doing among Socialists and anarcho-syndicalists to sap their strength from within.

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