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WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
DOLLARS

trained to serve my superiors, and as a member of the party to obey the central committee. Tairov went at things in a novel way. Although working in a department remote from mine, he would suggest in an off=hand manner that he was in a position to offer me any help I might require.
" If you need anything, aid from the Embassy or from anywhere else, just let me know, and I'll drop a line to the Boss." His conversation was punctuated with such personal references: "I got this straight from Stalin," or "Stalin told me that." I was inclined to take the man for a braggart and inquired of my chief in Moscow, General Berzin, whether he was reliable. Berzin sent word that Tairov's claims to intimacy with Stalin were not inventions. He had been one of the group that served under Stalin during the Civil
War. Later, in 1932, he had been planted by Stalin
in the War Department, to open the mail of War Commissar Voroshilov and other generals.
I now met Tairov at the Tivoli in Rome, and I jumped right into the question of the counterfeit dollars.
" That is a messy affair over in Berlin," I said. "I'm very much afraid of its developing into an international scandal that will wreck our intelligence organization and compromise the Soviet Government."
" Nitchevo!" said Tairov, with a shrug of the shoulders, dismissing the whole thing with that inimitable Russian word which means, literally,
Nothing! "-or "Aw, it doesn't matter!"
" Don't be surprised if you all pay with your heads for it," I said. "This won't blow over. Whoever started this will get all of us into hot water."
" Don't you worry about it," Tairov reassured me. "The Boss is in on it. You don't think the boys in

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