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VIII
MY BREAK WITH STALIN

authorities had her examined on December 15. It will be recalled that it was Grozovskaya who had received the letters of Reiss on July 17, and turned them over to Spiegelglass. Two days after her examination she was arrested. The Swiss Government demanded her extradition. But once more Stalin's diplomatic hand went to the assistance of his other hand, the hand engaged in secret murder. The French Courts gave Grozovskaya her freedom on bail to the amount of 50,000 francs, and upon her signing a pledge not to leave France. Needless to say, she disappeared without a trace. The last sight of Grozovskaya by the French police agents was when she shook them off in a high-powered limousine of the Soviet Embassy.

When I read of Reiss's death on September 5, I realized that my own situation was desperate. Stalin and Yezhov would never forgive my refusal to participate in this crime. To them it would mean that I shared Reiss's doubts. I had before me now the choice between a bullet in the Lubianka from Stalin's formal executioners and outside Russia a rain of bullets from a sub-machine-gun in the hands of his informal assassins.
This terrifying dilemma was slowly beginning to dawn upon my wife too. We decided to return to Paris. I was still going through the motions of preparing to depart for Moscow. My secretary, Madeleine, found a suitable hotel for us at St.-Germain. We registered at the Henri-Quatre.
Here, about the middle of September, my young Belgian aide showed up. He was in great distress. He had received instructions to go to Holland, where Mrs. Reiss was stopping with the Sneevliets, and filch the notes and papers left by Reiss. He had gone,

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