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VIII
MY BREAK WITH STALIN

at the command of the Father of Nations. (A Soviet appellation for Stalin.) I kept silent then. I raised no voice of protest at the subsequent murders, and for this I bear a large responsibility. My guilt is great, but I shall try to make up for it, to make up for it quickly, and to ease my conscience.
Up to now I have followed you. From now on, not a step further. Our ways part! He who keeps silent at this hour becomes an accomplice of Stalin, and a traitor to the cause of the working class and of Socialism.
From the age of twenty I have battled for Socialism. I do not want now, on the eve of my fifth decade, to live by the favours of Yezhov. Behind me are sixteen years of underground service-this is no trifle, but I still have enough strength to make a new start....
The fanfare which has been raised around the polar fliers was designed to drown the noise of the cries of victims tortured in the cellars of the Lubianka, in Minsk and Kiev, in Leningrad and Tiflis. But this will not succeed. The voice of truth is still louder than the noise of a maximum horse-power engine.
Yes, the record-breaking fliers will find it easier to win over American ladies and the sport-crazed youth of both continents, than we shall to win world opinion and stir the conscience of the world. But let no one be deceived. Truth will find its way. The day of judgment is nearer, much nearer, than the gentlemen in the Kremlin think. ...
No, I cannot continue any longer. I am returning to freedom-back to Lenin, to his teachings and his cause.
P.S. In 1928 I was awarded the Order of the Red Banner for my service to the proletarian revolution. I am returning it herewith. To wear it simultaneously with the hangmen of the best representatives of the Russian workers is beneath my dignity.
To Spiegelglass, the message of Reiss spelled but one thing : treason. From now on, Reiss was a spy, a dangerous enemy to be "liquidated," for Stalin does not permit Soviet agents to leave his service.

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