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Affairs"-for again in an attempt to get rid of ghastly associations the title had been changed. The new supreme commander took his job seriously. This was a big day for him. He was going to prove that lie was indispensable to Stalin. He was going to expose the grand chief Yagoda himself to the surviving Ogpu officials.
Yezhov began by declaring that it was not his task to prove Yagoda's mistakes. If Yagoda had been a firm and honest Bolshevik he could not have lost Stalin's trust. The root of Yagoda's mistakes lay buried deep. Yezhov paused, and all those present held their breath, sensing that a decisive moment was approaching. Yezhov then declared dramatically that Yagoda had served the Czarist Secret Police, the Okhrana, since 1907. The assembled police dignitaries took this information without batting an eye. In 1907 Yagoda had been ten years old! But that is not all, Yezhov shouted. The Germans at once ferreted out Yagoda's true character and planted him in the Cheka under Djerzhinski, in the very first days of the Revolution. "Throughout the entire life of the Soviet State," cried Yezhov, "Yagoda has served as a spy for the Germans." Yezhov proceeded to tell his terror-stricken audience that Yagoda had his spies in every key position. Yes, even the chiefs of the Ogpu divisions, Molchanov, Gorb, Gai, Pauker, Volovitchall are spies!
Yezhov could prove this, he shouted-prove that Yagoda and his appointees were common thieves, and prove it beyond any doubt. "Did not Yagoda appoint Lurye Superintendent of the Construction Division of the Ogpu? And who is Lurye, if not the connecting link between Yagoda and the foreign espionage service?" That was his proof.
For many years, he said, these two thieves, Yagoda

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