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WHY DID THEY CONFESS?

He moved towards his goal inch by inch, making sure at each step that he had armed forces to rely upon.
Stalin did not trust the old Ogpu, nor did he trust the old leadership of the Red Army. With the aid of Yezhov, who as head of the party's Bureau of Appointments dispensed all patronage from the Central Committee, Stalin built another Ogpu machine, especially for himself, a kind of superterrorist legion. When Yezhov was finally ordered by Stalin to take command of the regular police forces of the country, he shot all except one of the veteran chiefs in the Ogpu, and installed this new legion.
The exception was Mikhail Frinovsky, long a special pet of Stalin's and commander-in-chief of the army of the Ogpu. This independent army, not directly under the control of the Red Army, together with the secret police itself, were the two armed forces upon which Stalin relied in his action against the old guard. He did not act until he had completed, through Yezhov and Frinovsky, the preparation of these two indispensable weapons.
When these preparations were made, with the Kirov assassination and the new treason law behind him, Stalin entered upon his task of exterminating the Bolshevik Old Guard, and therewith crushing the opposition to his rule in every corner of the land. Whole batches of political prisoners had already been executed as implicated in the murder of Kirov. Tens of thousands of Communist Youth had been deported and impressed into penal labour brigades. This wholesale retribution exacted by Stalin for the death of Kirov did not prevent him from using the same crime over and over again in his indictments of the Old Guard. In all, some two hundred people have

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