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THE OGPU

He asked me how my own affairs were progressing.
" Not badly," I replied. "We work hard and live in the Soviet manner."
For more than an hour we chatted about general matters, and when I finally came to what had brought me to the Lubianka, Kedrov said :
" You know, I'm awfully tired. I see you will be here a long time. Can't we arrange it so that I can get some sleep?"
Strict rules required that Kedrov be present throughout the interview. He alone had the authority to summon the prisoner, and deliver him back to the gaoler.
" Ring up Gorb," he said, "and let's see if we can fix it up."
Gorb was no stickler for form.
" All right, Krivitsky," he said. "We'll make an exception. I'll 'phone the Prison Commandant's office and tell him that you'll sign for Dedushok's return to his cell."
When Kedrov had left, Dedushok became less guarded. Pointing to his dossier he said, very impersonally, as though the document didn't concern him at all :
" Did you read that stuff?"
I replied that I had.
" Well, what do you think of it?" he asked.
I was in a position to give him only one reply.
" You confessed, didn't you?" I said.
" Yes, I confessed."
Dedushok then asked me to send for tea and sandwiches, which I did gladly. Both of us soon forgot the purpose of my mission. He told me that he had been expecting a three- or four-day visit from his wife, the Ogpu's reward for good behaviour, but now, in

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