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MY BREAK WITH STALIN

the exhibits in the case. Gertrude Schildbach had been an intimate friend of the Reiss family, accustomed to play with Reiss's child. She had lacked the nerve to give the poisoned sweets, as Spiegelglass directed, to the family she was accustomed to visit as a friend.
Gertrude Schildbach herself had been wavering politically since the beginning of the purge, and she could plausibly play the part of one ready to join Reiss in breaking with Moscow. Reiss had known of her waverings and trusted her. He went out with her to dine in a restaurant near Chamblandes to discuss the whole situation. So he thought. After dinner they took a little walk. Somehow they wandered off into an obscure road. A motor-car appeared and came to a sudden stop. Several men jumped out of it and attacked Reiss. He fought the attacking band, but with the aid of Schildbach, whose strand of hair was found in his clutch, they forced him into the car. Here one of them, Abbiat-Rossi, assisted by another, Etienne Martignat, both Paris agents of the Ogpu, fired a sub-machine-gun point-blank at Reiss. His body was thrown out of the car a short distance away.
Renata Steiner, born at Saint-Gall, Switzerland, in 1908, was identified as the person who had hired the American-made car employed by the assassins of Reiss. Miss Steiner had been in the Ogpu service since 1935, and had been assigned previously to shadow Sedov, the son of Trotsky. She was one of three accomplices in the assassination of Reiss apprehended by the police. She confessed to her share in the crime, and helped the authorities to solve it.
There was an expensive sequel to the murder. The Swiss authorities demanded the interrogation of Lydia Grozovskaya, and, in spite of the terrific pressure from the Soviet Embassy, the French

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