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IV
WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
DOLLARS

it would be before they turned their eyes on Moscow. I feared grave consequences to all of us. I bought all sorts of papers and studied every item on the counterfeiting case. My primary interest was in protecting our military intelligence network. The fact that sortie of our agents were entangled in this crazy enterprise appalled me.
Besides that, I was disturbed for Franz Fischer. Although "Alfred," his superior, was chief of our military intelligence operations in the United States, I had no confidence at all in his judgment.
As I read about the police raid on Sass & Martini, to me the main aspect of the crime seemed to be its sheer stupidity. The United States Government, I thought, would surely trace this back to its source in Moscow. The more I pondered, the more fantastic it appeared that in this modern age of international exchange a great state should engage in such practices. I felt that I ought to do or say something calculated to put a stop to it.
Fortunately, I was to meet in Rome Stalin's personal and confidential emissary, General "Ter" Tairov, then abroad on a tour of inspection of our secret services. A native of the Caucasus like Stalin, Tairov was later the Soviet Envoy in Outer Mongolia-which is to say that he was Stalin's viceroy there.'
Tairov first appeared on my horizon in 1928 in Paris, where he came ostensibly as the representative of the Soviet Oil Syndicate. In reality his mission was to look into things all and sundry for Stalin. It was in this meeting with Tairov that I first got acquainted with the highly personal character of Stalin's dictatorship.
As an officer of Military Intelligence, I had been

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