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WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
DOLLARS

worked out with a view to China, where large-scale operations were possible, and admitted that it was not suitable for the West. I argued that it was ridiculous anywhere.
" Didn't Napoleon print British bank-notes?" Berzin countered. I recognized in this the voice of Stalin himself.
" The comparison won't wash," I said. "Modern fiscal conditions are wholly different. A few million dollar,;' worth of currency can accomplish nothing substantial to-day-except to damage the prestige of the state that prints them."
I went away feeling that the counterfeiting venture had been killed for good and that the bank-notes on hand would be destroyed. I was mistaken, as subsequent events in New York and Chicago proved.
Alfred was later transferred to Minsk, near the Polish border, where he was put in charge of all the motorized forces of the White Russian Military District. Franz Fischer assumed a new name as soon as he arrived in the Soviet Union. Although a veteran Communist in Germany, he was not admitted into the Russian Communist Party-a severe handicap. He was assigned after a while to the Ogpu Construction Division, which shipped him off as a foreman to Kolyma, in North-eastern Siberia-much nearer to the North Pole and Alaska than the nearest Russian railway. Some of us sent Franz parcels of warm clothing for a time, but he never acknowledged our communications.
In the late autumn Of 1931 General Berzin suddenly dispatched me to Vienna to act once more as a troubleshooter in a mess. Here once more, I came on the trail of the counterfeiting enterprise. I was introduced to an impressive American couple, then stopping at the Hotel Regina, with whom I passed many

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