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WHY STALIN SHOT HIS GENERALS

the control of the Ogpu into his own hands, he began to accumulate in a special secret cabinet a set of such reports on all the responsible officials of the Soviet Government. These files grew and bulged with material which came to him through the far-flung network of the Ogpu. It did not matter how spurious, how fantastic the denunciations of the leading Soviet figures were. The servile staff of the Ogpu filed them all. Stalin thought it useful to have a case of some kind against every leader.
This most secret cabinet got filled up, of course, with matter planted by the various foreign Bureaux of Disinformation, including that of the Gestapo. I reminded Spiegelglass of the worthless character of such evidence.
" You certainly seem to be sure of your German sources," I observed.
Spiegelglass could not help bragging.
" We've been getting our information through the Goutchkov Circle," he said. "We have our man at its very centre."
When Spiegelglass made this statement I could hardly refrain from gasping.
The Goutchkov Circle was a very active group of White Russians, having intimate links with the German Military Intelligence on the one hand, on the other close ties with the Federation of Czarist Army Veterans, headed by General Eugene Miller in Paris.
The founder of the Circle was Alexander Goutchkov, a prominent member of the Duma and head of the War Industries Committee under the Czar. In his youth, Goutchkov had led a volunteer Russian brigade into the Boer War against Great Britain. Immediately after the abdication of the Czar, he had served as War Minister. After the Bolshevik Revolution, he had organized abroad this group which maintained relations

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