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THE OGPU

morning I would drink a quart of orange juice. Look at the muscles I've developed!"
There was very little work for Volodya in Copenhagen-really his sole job as consul was to keep an eye on the Soviet Embassy-and he was blissfully content in that astoundingly delightful world.
Suddenly, in the first days of April 1937, he received a telegram ordering his return to Moscow. Upon his arrival, he went straight from the railway station to the Ogpu to see his Chief, Sloutski. Sloutski took him to dinner and told him that he was soon to be sent to Rumania or Austria. After dinner he set out in high spirits for Bogorodsk, a village near Moscow, to visit his brother, Lyovka, then foreman on a construction job. His brother's wife greeted him with the tearful news that Lyovka had been arrested the previous November. Between her sobs she told him the story :
Lyovka was working on construction. His fellowworkers were very fond of him and elected him president of their club. When preparations were being made for the November 7 celebration of the anniversary of the revolution, Lyovka was in charge of decorating the interior of the club-house. He got out the finest picture of the Soviet leaders he could find and hung it prominently on the wall. On the evening of the celebration, when all the workers were assembled, someone noticed among the faces in the picture that of Karl Radek. Lyovka had not noticed it because half of Radek's face was covered by a newspaper. The Secretary of the Party nucleus in the club decided that Lyovka was a "wrecker," because he had displayed the half-covered face of a recently declared "enemy of the people," and that very night Lyovka was arrested.
Volodya rushed back to Moscow to see his good

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