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VIII
MY BREAK WITH STALIN

Reiss cases. He seemed happy at his success, and I was sure that I saw him signal to the unpleasant neighbours that all was going well. We fixed a tentative date for the meeting, and I felt that I had outwitted, at least for the first time, the assassins of the Ogpu.
Pleading hunger, I invited my young friend to go to a good restaurant with me and hailed a passing cab. I noticed that we were not followed, and was well satisfied with my escape. Our lunch was not enjoyable, and it took quite a few cab rides to shake him off after we parted. It was even harder to shake off the bitter thought of his betrayal.
After that happened I appealed to M. Dormoy, the French Socialist Minister of the Interior, revealing my identity and soliciting the protection of his Government. I surrendered all my false passports and those of my wife to Theodore Dan for delivery to M. Dormoy In my appeal to him I referred to my Soviet Service from 1919-37, and continued :
" Recent political events in the Soviet Union have completely changed the situation.... Confronted with the choice of going to my death together with all my old comrades or trying to save my life and my family, I have decided not to deliver myself in silence to the Stalin terror....
" I know that a price has been put on my head. The assassins are after me, and they will not spare even my wife or child. I have often risked my life for my cause, but I do not wish to die now for nothing.
" I seek your protection for myself and my family, and your permission to remain in France until I am able to go to another country to earn a living and find independence and security."
In response to my appeal, the Minister of the Interior ordered the Paris police to issue me a carte d'identite, on

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