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WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
DOLLARS

Intelligence. He went over the heads of his superiors and presented the matter directly to Premier Molotov, now also Foreign Commissar.
In his report on the American situation, Markin attacked Berzin's management of our activities in the United States. This was an unheard-of act on the part of the young Communist, and his interview with Molotov caused a lot of talk in the inner circles. But Dlarkin was successful. He won the battle. He got authority to transfer our military intelligence organization in America to the espionage machine of the Ogpu, to put it under Yagoda. And he got the job of commander of all the Soviet secret agents in America. It was the first time in our history that such a consolidation had been effected.
On May 4, 1934, Dr. Burtan was convicted by a Federal jury in Chicago of possessing and passing counterfeit rrioney. The principal witness against him was Dechow. No evidence was produced at the trial connecting Dr. Burtan with Moscow. No mention was made of Nick Dozenberg. No reference to Alfred Tilden is to be found in the court record. Although the prosecuting attorneys expressed their belief that Dr. Burtan had been acting for Moscow, they offered no proof of it. Stalin came out of his counterfeiting venture with colours flying.
Dr. Burtan proved staunch Communist. He knew how not to talk. He was given a sentence of fifteen years, and a fine of $,5,000. He still keeps his secret.
From Alfred I learned that the Soviet Government allocated a substantial fund for the defence of Dr. Burtan, and for other expenses in connection with his case. As for Nick Dozenberg, he soon disappeared from my horizon, but I heard later that he had been swept away in the great purge.
I ran into Franz Fischer in Moscow in 1935, and

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