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VIII
MY BREAK WITH STALIN

the basis of which I later secured passports to the United States.
An inspector of police, Maurice Maupin, was assigned to guard me and accompany me to Hyeres, where he would make arrangements for the protection of my family. The Minister of the Interior gave his assurance that his Government demanded nothing of me, and was only interested in seeing to it that no harm should befall me on French territory, since he wished to avoid any further injury to Franco-Soviet relations.
Accompanied by Inspector Maupin, I returned to Hyeres for a brief visit, my destination being known only to half a dozen people in all Paris. We reached Marseilles late Monday evening. The train stopped at the station for half an hour. Another train obstructed my view of the platform. As it pulled out a few minutes after our arrival, I caught sight of my young Belgian friend, wearing a raincoat and walking rapidly towards another man, motioning with his hand.
I cried out to Inspector Maupin :" There are the assassins ! "
I had recognized in my former aide's companion the familiar figure of Kral, senior lieutenant of the Soviet Ogpu. The inspector and I made a dash out of our compartment. On the opposite side of the train, across the tracks, two other men were standing. The aide had either seen my agitation, or heard my cry of alarm, and as Inspector Maupin and I jumped from the train the four men fled with their hands in their pockets. The inspector had pulled out his gun and we gave chase. But when we reached the end of the platform he stopped and commanded me to stand against the wall. Standing guard in front of me, he said :
" My orders are to bring you safely back to Paris.

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