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THE OGPU

on Solovietsky Island. He had been arrested in connection with a scandal connecting our Chief of Intelligence in Vienna with the German Military Intelligence. Dedushok himself, whom I knew, was completely innocent, but our Chief was too important to be shelved at the moment, and Dedushok had been the scapegoat. Dedushok, a Ukrainian, had joined the Bolsheviks during the Civil War and had served in the Intelligence Department more than ten years. In the course of my work for the Deuxieme Bureau of Soviet Intelligence in 1935, I ran into several aspects of that affair in Vienna which were not clear. I decided that Dedushok might be able to help me clear them up. I asked Sloutski whether I could have an opportunity to question Deduslrok. Sloutski said the case was in the hands of the Ogpu section, then headed by Michael Gorb, and I got in touch with Gorb.
" To your good luck, Krivitsky," Gorb told me, "Dedushok is at this moment on his way from Solovietsky. We're bringing him to Moscow for questioning in connection with the conspiracy of the officers of the Kremlin garrison."
Some days later Gorb called me up.
" Dedushok is in the Lubianka prison," he said. "His investigator is Kedrov."
I called Kedrov and arranged to have Dedushok brought to his office at eleven o'clock that same night.
My position did not give me the right to examine prisoners. That was exclusively an Ogpu function. In exceptional cases, however, it is possible to interview a prisoner provided an Ogpu man is present. At ten o'clock that night I was in Kedrov's office, Room ggq., of the Lubianka, and I explained to him what I had in mind. It might be better if I knew the circumstances surrounding Dedushok's conviction.

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