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THE OGPU

friend, Alexandrovsky, Assistant Chief of the Moscow district Ogpu.
" What's the reason for all this nonsense?" asked Volodya. " Lyovka is my brother, a good comrade and worker. How can anyone call him a wrecker?"
" It isn't as simple as all that, Volodya," Alexandrovsky replied quietly. "The question of Radek's picture, although serious enough, is not the only charge against him. There are other grave matters. Your brother had a room in the country home of Frydland, the arrested historian."
For an instant Volodya was stunned. Lyovka never spoke to Frydland in all his life. This apartment had been assigned to him by the Soviet authorities after Frydland's arrest. Volodya flew into a rage.
" You scoundrel!" he shouted. "What in hell are you trying to do? You can't get away with that. I'll see that bigger men than you are hear of it!"
Volodya was sure that his own position was strong. He stormed out of Alexandrovsky's office, determined to obtain justice, not only for his brother, but for others who might have been framed by this seemingly insane official.
Volodya went first to the Central Committee of the Communist Party. He was not received. He tried to obtain an audience with Yezhov, but could not see him. Still he did not lose his youthful confidence. He thought the delays were simply due to red-tape, and somehow became convinced that by the First of May celebration his brother Lyovka would be free.
On the evening of April 30 we had dinner together, and for the first time Volodya was gloomy. But three or four days later he burst in upon me, grinning from ear to ear.
" Well," he said, " I'm getting Lyovka out at last. Shapiro, of the Ogpu, has sent for me! "

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