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recent release by the Soviet authorities, wrote a letter to her daughter in the United States in which she intimated strongly that she never expected to see her husband alive again. Mrs. Rubens, although an American citizen, has not been permitted to leave the Soviet Union.
But the clearest intimation to me that Moscow was working seriously for a spy trial of American enemies of Stalin came in a remark dropped by Sloutski a few days after his reference to Grylewicz.
He spoke to me about my one-time assistant in the Third Section, Valentine Markin, who later became Chief of the Ogpu in the United States. In 1934 reports reached Markin's wife in Moscow that he had been killed in a New York night-club by gangsters and that story had been passed on to me. But in May 1937, Sloutski told me:
" You know, it turned out that your friend, Valentine Markin, who was killed in New York three years ago was a Trotskyist, and filled the Ogpu service in the United States with Trotskyists."
In our circle such remarks are never dropped as bits of idle gossip, certainly not by the Chief of the Foreign Division of the Ogpu. Connected with the other preparations by Moscow of which he had spoken, the reference to "Trotskyists" in the American division of the Ogpu implied that something was being cooked up in the United States before the Poyntz and Robinson affairs developed. The word "Trotskyists" is used by Soviet officials as an epithet for all opponents to Stalin.
It must be remembered that real American agents of the Ogpu are in fact engaged in espionage in the United States. Besides military espionage, they keep tabs on anti-Stalinists, especially radicals and exCommunists, in that country. Most of the elements of

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