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WHY STALIN SHOT HIS GENERALS

or forgives. The old differences of opinion with the high command of the Red Army remained in his memory as "opposition." This "opposition," when dragged into the meshes of his Ogpu machine, became a "conspiracy." Such "conspiracies" are the rungs in the ladder on which Stalin climbed to absolute power. In the process critics became "enemies," sincere opponents "traitors," all honest and zealous oppositional opinion-with the expert aid of the Ogpu" organized plots." On the corpses of his former comrades and fellow revolutionists, creators and builders of the Soviet state, Stalin has mounted step by step to solitary control over the peoples of Russia.
The reader will remember that it was in December 1936 that Karl Radek, signing a secret confession dictated by Stalin through Vyshinsky, first dragged in the name of Tukhachevsky. It was also in December I936 that I was called on to supply the two "German officers." The conspiracy against Tukhachevsky went back at least as far as that. But some difficulty developed ; my men were kept waiting and then returned to me; the kidnapping of General Miller had to be postponed. The nature of this difficulty was indicated a year later in some evidence introduced into the trial of Plevitskaia. On December 11, 1938, Attorney Ribet read to the court, from Miller's confidential correspondence, a letter he had received from General Dobrovolsky in Finland, warning him against Skobline. Dobrovolsky did not state in so many words that Skobline was an agent of the Ogpu ; he merely said that among some of his colleagues Skobline's position was becoming a little dubious.
" Alas!" said Attorney Ribet, "the warning did not shake General Miller's trust in Skobline!"
It did not shake his trust completely, and not permanently-only enough for the kidnapping scheme

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