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Bureau with a report on juvenile delinquency. The shootings, deportations and Famines of 1932-33 had produced a fresh wave of bezprizornii, homeless waifs roaming the countryside. The Ogpu analysed this vast children's tragedy and pointed out to Stalin the shocking conditions that prevailed. There was a tremendous crime-wave among young children. Disease among them was widespread. Sexual depravity was almost universal. Even more shocking to Stalin, the report disclosed that many thousands of children, as an escape from their hard life, were entering religious sects.
Stalin decided to act. The Ogpu, strangely enough, had always taken a measure of pride in reforming children, and had actually succeeded in regenerating quite a handful from among the millions cast loose by the Bolshevik Revolution and the Civil War. But with this fresh crop of waifs, Stalin decided upon a new course.
On April 8, 1935, Izaestia published an official decree of the Soviet Government, signed by President Kalinin and Premier Molotov, entitled: "Nleasures to Combat Crime among Minors." This decree extended the death penalty to children above the age of twelve for offences ranging from petty larceny to treason. Armed with this terrible weapon, the Ogpu rounded up hundreds of thousands of young children and condemned them to concentration camps, to labour gangs and in many cases to execution.
It was just when these horrors were taking place that Stalin emerged from his semi-monastical isolation and began to pose before cameras as the godfather of Russia's little children. We began for the first time to see photographs of him mingling with them in their playgrounds. He was shown escorting a twelve-yearold girl to the parade in Red Square, borrowing her

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