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MY BREAK WITH STALIN

every member of the Communist Party to file a full history of' his or her relationship to anyone charged with political misdeeds. To fail to submit such a report would have been tantamount to an admission of guilt.
The spy hunt was sweeping the country. According to Stalin it was the first duty of every Soviet citizen to look for traitors. It was he who had warned that "the enemies of the people, the Trotskyites and Gestapo agents" lurked everywhere, pervaded every field. Yezhov's machine of terror interpreted Stalin's call of vigilance thus :
" Accuse one another, denounce one another, if you wish to remain among the living."
The espionage mania made people denounce their friends and even their nearest relatives. Crazed by fear, people became obsessed with the hunt, and, to save themselves, offered victims, and more and more victims, to the Ogpu.
Within the first five months of 1937, 350,000 political
arrests were made by the Ogpu, according to official figures disclosed to me by the chief of the special section in charge of the purge. The prisoners ranged from marshals and founders of the Soviet Government to minor Communist office-holders.
In the midst of this tidal wave of arrests and executions, I went about my business, reporting to Yezhov on matters abroad which required settlement before my return to Holland. There were those among my associates who doubted whether I would be allowed to leave the country, but nevertheless I applied for half a dozen additional and highly trained agents, whom I needed to augment my staff Abroad. A number of graduates of our secret schools were sent to me to be interviewed. One of them was an American woman by the name of Kitty Harris, originally

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