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WHY STALIN SHOT HIS GENERALS

worked out by the Ogpu, with Skobline as a decoy, to have to be postponed. Skobline undertook to reestablish himself in Miller's confidence.
Six months passed, and on June 2, 1937, Tukhachevsky and his colleagues were executed in Moscow. Three weeks later, Spiegelglass, Sloutski's first assistant, was in Paris-again, as he told me, on an "especially important mission." He stayed in Paris, to my personal knowledge, well into September. On September 23 General Miller was kidnapped, with Skobline (whom he still somewhat distrusted) acting as a decoy. At about the same time Spiegelglass disappeared.
It remains to say that Spiegelglass disappeared not only from Paris, but also, according to reliable reports, from this world. Perhaps it did not occur to him that if General Miller knew too much about the source of the Tukhachevsky "evidence," Spiegelglass similarly knew too much about the end of General Miller. Sloutski also knew too much, and he "died" in Moscow with surprising suddenness some months later.
Stalin's execution of the high commanders of the Red Army as Nazi spies was now a chapter of history. He had liquidated General Miller, who might have exposed the link between his "evidence" and the Gestapo. And he had liquidated the liquidators of General Miller. But for a series of pure accidents which gave the key to the whole mystery into my hands, there was now no one outside the German Gestapo who could show him up. And the Gestapo, having achieved their aim, the decapitation of the Red Army and the destruction of Russia's greatest generals, would obviously have no motive to speak. Still it is rarely that anybody in possession of a momentous inside story keeps it absolutely secret. On October 27, 1938, the official Nazi military organ, Deutsche Wehr-The German Army--in a special

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