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IV
WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
DOLLARS

to be on the look-out for the same old $100 notes. On April 29, the Berlin Boersenzeitung reported that counterfeit $100 bills had appeared once more in Vienna and Budapest. I attributed no special importance to this, thinking that some former "fence" of Alfred's had retained a few of the bills, and waited until he thought he could exchange them safely. I did not then connect Dozenberg's return to the United States with the reappearance of the counterfeit money. I learned a little later, however, that Dozenberg's stay in the United States during 1932 produced an American sequel to Stalin's counterfeiting venture. The news burst like a bombshell in New York
and Chicago in January 1933, and its reverberations
were heard in Moscow, where I happened to be at the time, and caused some uneasiness in the Kremlin. The following events took place in the United States in consequence of Dozenberg's expedition.
On Tuesday afternoon, January 3, 1933, at the Newark Airport, the United States Secret Service arrested just as he alighted from a plane from Montreal, a certain "Count von Buelow ". Upon investigation, this man was identified as one Hans Dechow, who had a police record in Chicago. He was charged with being an agent of a counterfeiting ring in Canada and Mexico.
On January 4, the Federal agents made another arrest in New York, reported by the New York Times as follows :
" Agents of United States Secret Service arrested last night Dr. Valentine Gregory Burtan, young physician of 133 East 58th Street, on a charge of counterfeiting. His arrest came within twenty-four hours after that of 'Count' von Buelow. The arrest followed disclosure from Chicago that agents of the ring had passed $25,500 in a Loop bank of that city. Dr. Burtan, according to the police, returned

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