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WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
DOLLARS

From this point on, the investigation seems to have run into a blank wall. Throughout the examination and the subsequent trial, Dr. Burtan guarded his secret well. He did not betray Nick Dozenberg. He did not reveal his status in the Soviet Military Intelligence. He kept his accomplices in the high councils of the American Communist Party out of the case. The Federal agents, however, traced some of Dr. Burtan's aliases. They found that in Mexico and elsewhere he had at various times passed as Bourstin, Kuhn, George Smith, E. Bail, Frank Brill, and Edward Kcan.
Shortly after Dr. Burtan's arrest, Nick Dozenberg returned from the United States to Soviet Russia. It was towards the end of February 1933 that he made his appearance in Moscow. About this time too, Alfred suddenly showed up in Moscow, and complained to me about the difficulties he had in providing food for his American pal. Nick Dozenberg was now being given the treatment that Franz Fischer had received three years earlier. Instead ofgetting accommodation at one of our leading hotels and the privileged ration card, usually granted to our foreign agents, Nick had a trying time finding any quarters at all. And he had to stand in line for his food.
Nick was held in Moscow pending the arrival of Valentine Markin from the United States with a report on the possible consequences of the Burtan case. Markin, who was interested in his own career, exploited the case in order to get himself put at the head of all Soviet service agencies in the United States. Armed with full information as to the mess created by Nick Dozenberg and Dr. Burtan at a time when Moscow was courting United States recognition, Markin arrived back home ready to wage war against General Berzin and all his lieutenants in the Military

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