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VIII
MY BREAK WITH STALIN

The train came to a stop. The commander extended a hearty greeting. The telegram was a routine message telling him of my coming so as to assure me of the assistance due to officers of our secret service going through on false passports.
I still carried the passport with which I had left the Soviet Union in 1935, I was Eduard Miller, Austrian engineer. This passport was kept for me in the Soviet Embassy at Stockholm, for my journeys from Sweden to Soviet Russia only. Upon my arrival in Stockholm, I picked up the passport on which I resided in Holland. There I could once more become Dr. Martin Lessner, Austrian art dealer, of Celebesstraat, 32, The Hague.
Although shaken by my experience in Moscow, I was returning to my post, determined to continue to serve the Soviet Government.
I arrived in The Hague on May 27. Two days later my old friend and comrade, Ignace Reiss, came to visit me. He had worked for years in our secret service abroad. He was known under the pseudonym of Ludwig. At this time he was using the passport of a Czech named Hans Eberhardt.
Reiss had been deeply shocked by the purge of the Old Bolsheviks and the "treason trials" and was already determined to break away from Moscow. He had awaited with impatience my return from Soviet Russia, and came straight to Holland to get first-hand information from me on the events at home. My answers to his numerous and probing questions made a shattering impression upon him. Reiss was a thorough idealist who had enlisted heart and soul in the cause of Communism and world revolution, and Stalin's policy appeared to him more and more obviously an evolution towards Fascism.
Reiss and I were bound together by many years of

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