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WHY STALIN SHOT HIS GENERALS

himself. We've got to have two men who can play the part of thoroughbred German officers. And we've got to have them at once. This job is so important that nothing else matters."
I told him that I had already sent for two of my best agents in Germany, and that they would be in Paris any day. We conversed on other matters until the early hours of the morning. Within a few days I returned to my headquarters in Holland planning to adjust my organization in Germany to the new policy.
In January 1937, the world rocked with astonishment at a new series of "confessions" in Moscow, where the second great treason trial was in progress. A galaxy of Soviet leaders on the prisoners' bench, designated by the prosecution as "the Trotskyite Centre," confessed, one by one, to a huge conspiracy involving espionage on behalf of Germany.
At this time I was engaged in demobilizing large sections of our intelligence service in Germany. The Moscow newspapers were printing day by day reports of the trial proceedings. I was sitting at home, with my wife and child, reading the testimony given on the evening of January 24, when my eye was startled by a line quoted in court from Radek's secret confession. Radek had stated that General Putna, lately Soviet military attache in Great Britain and a prisoner of the Ogpu for several months, had come to him "with a request from Tukhachevsky." After quoting this line from his secret confession, Prosecutor Vyshinsky questioned Radek :
Vyshinsky : I want to know in what connection you mention Tukhachevsky's name.
Radek : Tukhachevsky had been commissioned by the Government with some task for which he could not find the necessary material.... Tukhachevsky had no idea either of Putna's activities or of my criminal activities. ...

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