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WHY STALIN SHOT HIS GENERALS

So General Skobline was the man at the centre of the Ogpu conspiracy against Tukhachevsky and the other Generals of the Red Army! Skobline played a triple role in this super-Machiavellian tragedy, and a pivotal one in all three directions. As Secretary of the Goutchkov Circle, he was an agent of the Gestapo. As member of General Miller's inner council, he was a leader of the Czarist forces abroad. These two roles he fulfilled with the knowledge of this third and chief employer, the Ogpu.
The note left by General Miller proved to be Skobline's undoing. At the trial of his wife, which lasted from December 5 to December 14, 1938, and attracted wide attention in Europe; it was shown that Skobline also had a hand in the mysterious kidnapping, early in 1930, of General Koutiepov, the predecessor of General Miller as leader of the Czarist veterans.
It was the Czarist General, Skobline, then, who purveyed to Stalin the "evidence" which he used against the chiefs and builders of the Red Army. This "evidence" had been faked up in the Gestapo, had passed through the feed line of the Goutchkov Circle to General Miller's organizations, and thence flowed into Stalin's most secret cabinet.
When Stalin decided that his rapprochement with Hitler warranted a move against the Red Army, he reached for the secret files of the Ogpu. Stalin, of course, knew the value of "evidence" from such sources. He knew that it was "disinformation" of the rawest kind. Outside the Gestapo, whose silence could be relied on, and Skobline, who as an Ogpu man was also safe, there was only one man in the world capable of making these sources known. That was General Eugene Miller. If Miller chose to, he could expose to the whole world the source of Stalin's "evidence" against the Red generals, and the

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