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WHY STALIN SHOT HIS GENERALS

channel through which it had been fed to the Ogpu. He could link up Stalin's conspiracy against the Red Army Generals with the Red Army's two chief enemies, Hitler's Gestapo and the remnants of the Czarist White Army in Paris. Miller must obviously be put out of the way. The Ogpu must go into action. No less a man than Sloutski himself, head of the Foreign Division, can handle so "colossal" an undertaking. Sloutski drops all his other work and comes to Paris to put it across. He sends a courier to me by plane to The Hague. ... "Select from your personnel two men who can impersonate German officers. They must be impressive ... accustomed to talk like army men ... exceptionally trustworthy and bold.... This is of extraordinary importance."
It all became perfectly clear and obvious to me as I sat there in the Cafe des Deux Magots in Paris on a September morning in 1937, reading the sensational story of the kidnapping of General Eugene Miller. I am not sure that I have made it equally clear and obvious-or it can be made so-to a reader unacquainted with the world of secret service, or the complicated moods and tangled activities of the groups involved. I must be satisfied to state that, to me-and I believe to any mind familiar with the whole situation -the chain of evidence I have adduced is conclusive. It leaves no place for doubt that the alleged conspiracy of the Red Army generals and the Gestapo against Stalin was a conspiracy of Stalin against the Red Army generals, and that, to "frame" his generals, Stalin employed "disinformation" manufactured by the Gestapo, and fed to the Ogpu through the Czarist forces.

Once more Stalin demonstrated that he never forgets

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