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article dealing with the Red Army purge, disclosed that the man who had betrayed Tukhachevsky and his colleagues to Stalin was "the traitor, the well-known General Skobline, living in Paris, the man who had betrayed to the Bolsheviks the two Generals, Koutiepov and Miller-a man who was outside the ranks of the Red Army."
Apart from that, there has been no published hint anywhere, so far as I am aware, of a connection between the execution of the Red generals in Moscow and the kidnapping of General Miller in Paris. I do not at present understand the motives of this partial revelation-not by the Gestapo, but by the German Army men. Their well-informed article increases my confidence, however, that, with the key I have supplied, the full details of this mystery will some day be unlocked, and the conspiracy of Stalin against his generals become an open page of history.

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