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WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
DOLLARS

Roth to be a confidential employee of the Soviet Embassy in Germany.
Franz Fischer was described as the chief customer of the bank. I had known Fischer since 1920, and had worked with him in 1923 when I helped to organize a military staff for the German Communist Party. I knew that he had been for years in the service of the Soviet Military Intelligence, and that he worked under the supervision of "Alfred," one of our leading officers abroad. I also knew that since 1927 Alfred had been spending most of his time in the United States.
There was a personal bond, too, between me and Fischer. I knew and respected his mother, a veteran revolutionist; and an outstanding figure of the Communist movement of Germany., It was in her home, in the World War days, that the Spartacusbund, led by Karl Licbknecht, was cradled. Franz had grown up in an atmosphere of social revolt. Although I had lost contact with him of late, I was sure that he was still a thorough-going idealist. Counterfeiting for lucrative reasons would be impossible to him. His role in the Sass & Martini adventure must have been played under political orders. In brief, I had no doubt that, if Fischer was involved, Moscow was involved.
Moreover, I recognized in the press reports a familiar Soviet pattern. The acquisition of the old banking firm by an elusive group of "CanadianAmerican" promoters, who in turn immediately disposed of it to a Mr. Simons, who turned out to be acting for interests represented by Paul Roth-all this was] ust the kind of window-dressing our secret services were in the habit of hanging out. The old Berlin bank had obviously been purchased in order to inspire confidence in the bogus currency to be handled.

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