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STALIN'S HAND IN SPAIN

entire high command of the Red Army, with Marshal Tukhachevsky at the head.
I saw Madame Stashevsky repeatedly. She heard nothing from her daughter or her husband. She began to telephone to their apartment in Moscow, knowing that if they were not there, a friend would be living in the apartment. For several days and nights she kept the long-distance operators ringing her number. The report was always the same: "No answer."
She could not understand what was happening, and kept on trying. Finally the connection was made. A housemaid answered. Stashevsky had not arrived. No one in the apartment even knew that he was in Moscow. Nor was there any information as to the girl, who had been lured as a hostage a month earlier.
Two weeks passed without news. Early in August, Madame Stashevsky received a brief note from her hr.rsband, asking her to wind up everything and return to Moscow. She knew, after her telephone calls, that the letter came from prison. She packed and went back to the Soviet Union-to all she had left in the world.
General Berzin also vanished. The execution of the leading Commanders of the Red Army portended ill for Berzin. Like Stashevsky, he had been intimately associated with the purged commissars and generals since the beginning of the Soviet revolution, nearly twenty years before. Against that fact his achievements in Spain and his strict and obedient loyalty would count for nothing. To this day, he belongs to that great number of vanished Soviet leaders whose fate can only be surmised and may never become known.
At this time, in the summer of 1937, just when Stalin appeared to have achieved his goal in faraway Spain, Japan struck at China. The menace to

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