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THE OGPU

sat behind the desk. It was a moment before he saw me sitting on the couch, but when he did, he turned frightfully pale. I said simply:
" Hello, Dedushok."
With studied calm he sat down in the chair facing Kedrov, asked for a cigarette, and said:
" What do you want of me? Why did you have me brought from Solovietsky?"
Kedrov was silent and Dedushok turned to me. "Did the Fourth Department demand that I should be brought here?"
Kedrov then spoke up. "No, not the Fourth Department. We had you brought here for an entirely different reason. But Krivitsky has several questions he wants to put to you."
The atmosphere was very tense. Dedushok kept shifting his gaze from Kedrov to me. He sat rigid, prepared to use his wits against both of us. For some reason not one of us spoke for as long as a minute. The green lampshade gave the room an eerie halflight. Finally I broke the silence.
" Dedushok, I don't know your affair and I have no authority to interfere in it. But in looking into the case of X in our Intelligence Service, I came to the conclusion that you could clear up some important points. If you can recall certain details of the affair, it will be very useful. If not, we'll try to get the information elsewhere."
" Yes, I remember," he replied, relaxing a• little. "I'll try to answer your questions."
" How have you been getting along, Dedushok?" I asked him.
His reply was stoical. "At first it was very hard but it's better now. I've been put in charge of a flour mill on the island. I get Prauda regularly, and from time to time a few books. That's how I'm getting along."

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