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VIII
MY BREAK WITH STALIN

that I should return to Moscow. He answered that this was outside his jurisdiction, and that I had better put the thing up to my superiors directly.
Presently Mann joined us. While we were discussing the Reiss defection all over again Spiegelglass would occasionally absent himself and go to another pavilion, apparently to confer with some other agent. During one of those absences-now after midnight-I went to the telephone and put through a call to Reiss at his hotel. As soon as Reiss responded with a "Hello" at the other end, I dropped the receiver. Between one and three o'clock on that morning of July 18, Mann and I made four such telephone-calls. They were intended as a warning to Reiss that he was in imminent danger.
Back at my hotel, I expected at eleven the next morning a call from Reiss to arrange for our meeting. My telephone rang at ten. It was Mann. He asked me to come over at once. I told him that I had an appointment within an hour with Reiss.
" You can come over. He won't show up," he said.
Sickened by the idea that Reiss was already murdered, I made a dash by cab to Mann's quarters. Spiegelglass was there.
" He's got away!" he cried. "He left his hotel at seven this morning."
Mann and I exchanged glances. We breathed more easily.
The next morning, Monday, July 19, I received a letter from Reiss bidding me farewell and explaining his action. I put the letter in my pocket after reading it. My friendship for Reiss was well known, and I took it for granted that I should have to go home and face the consequences. I sent a report to Moscow on the whole affair. It is a grave matter in Stalin's service

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