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WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
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sociable hours, in Vienna. They were Nick Dozenberg and his attractive young wife. This was the same Nick who had worked with Alfred in the United States. Originally from Boston, he had been one of the founders of the Communist Party in the United States. In 1927, after the arrival of Alfred, Dozenberg went "underground," i.e., he became inactive in the public Communist movement and began to operate secretly as one of our agents.
Tall, heavily built with a massive head, and well dressed, Nick Dozenberg looked the part of a very successful American business man. He was operating for us now in Rumania, where he maintained the American-Rumanian Export Film Company. He had come on to us in Vienna to try to secure funds for a trip to America to purchase an expensive filming machine. But the valuta situation in Moscow was now more critical than ever. So acute was the shortage of foreign currency that even our pivotal men were handicapped by budgetary limitations. Moreover, Dozenberg was accustomed to a much higher standard of living than we Soviet citizens.
Two years had then passed since the Sass & Martini venture. The counterfeit bank-notes had ceased appearing. The press had forgotten them. Franz Fischer was on the Arctic seashore and his pictures in European railway stations and postoffices were gathering dust. I had good reason to think that both the American and European police had dropped their quest for the source of those bogus bank-notes. Moscow, I thought, had come out unscathed from a foolish and fantastic venture.
Early in 1932 Nick Dozenherg and his wife left for Berlin, and from there went on to the United States. Towards the beginning of April, a new warning was, suddenly sounded from Geneva to all European banks

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