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VIII
MY BREAK WITH STALIN

veteran, who had settled in France. He was under the impression that he was taking a family for a vacation trip.
All these movements were precautionary measures designed to throw the Ogpu agents off our track. We were expected to leave that day for Le Havre, to board the Soviet ship. Instead, we were headed by motor for Dijon. On the outskirts of Paris I stopped to telephone Madeleine, informing her of my break with the Soviet government. She made no reply when I told her the news. I learned later that she had fainted at the telephone.
We reached Dijon at nine that evening, dismissed the car at the station, and took the train for the Cote d'Azur. At seven the following morning we arrived at our retreat in Hyeres. The same evening our friend returned to Paris to take up the task of getting me the protection of the authorities.
Early in November I came back to Paris. Through the attorney for Mrs. Reiss I established connections with Leon Sedov, Trotsky's son, who was editing the "Bulletin of the Opposition," and with the leaders of the Russian Menshevik Socialists exiled in Paris. Leon Blum was then in power and they were on the best of terms with his Government. I had written to Mrs. Reiss, and also to my young Belgian aide in whom I had implicit confidence, asking them to insert an advertisement in the Paris (Euare if they wished to meet me. I believed that he would follow me in breaking with Stalin.
When I saw Sedov I told him frankly that I did not come to join the Trotskyists, but for advice and comradeship. He received me cordially, and I saw him thereafter almost daily. I learned to admire this son of Leon Trotsky as a personality in his own right. I shall never forget the disinterested help and comfort

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