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THE OGPU

when Hitler came to power. His arrest in Prague, which Sloutski predicted, occurred immediately after the execution of the Red Army Generals on June 12, 1937. I learned from other sources the further evolution of this Moscow plot.
The morning of his arrest, a Czech detective confronted him with a suitcase which he had left at a friend's house many months before, and which he had
not opened since October 1936. The suitcase con
tained a number of radical pamphlets, some business correspondence and some other innocuous material. Nothing in it could conceivably have been regarded as in violation of Czech law, let alone as evidence of military or other espionage-nor was anything of the kind intimated by the detective that morning. But in the evening a new investigator appeared, who immediately engaged Grylewicz in conversation about the Moscow trials. After thus intimating what was on the boards, he confronted Grylewicz with three forged passports, a film negative containing a German plan dated February 17, 1937, for occupation of Sudetenland, and a note in an unfamiliar handwriting. Before Grylewicz had an opportunity to examine the note, the investigator snatched it from his hand and exclaimed :
" I suppose you didn't write that?"
The note contained directions for the use of invisible ink. All these incriminating bits of evidence, Grylewicz was informed, had been found in his suit-case. Upon Grylewicz's insistence, regular Czech policeofficers were called in, and in their presence he certified which of the articles were his and which were planted. At midnight he was locked up.
On July 15, he was transferred to another prison. On July 22, he was politely examined by a Czech investigator, who intimated that the Moscow Ogpu

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