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VIII
MY BREAK WITH STALIN

I am not prepared to capture four armed assassins single-handed."
He expressed the belief that they carried handgrenades.
It was midnight, and there were no gendarmes in sight. My aide and his companions got away, and we returned to our compartment. To this day I do not know how the Ogpu found out my route and schedule.
Notwithstanding the inspector's opinion, I judge that the plan was to abduct me from the train and take me to a safe place in Marseilles, an ideal city for such an operation, where I could either be kept until the arrival of a Soviet boat or disposed of more simply.
In December I moved my family from the retreat in Hyeres, and we took up quarters at the Hotel des Academies, Rue Saints Peres, Paris, next door to a police-station. The authorities assigned three policemen to guard us. They occupied a room adjoining ours, working eight-hour shifts. Day and night an officer stood guard at the hotel entrance.
During the last treason trial, held in Moscow in March 1938, French Labour journalists urged me to speak out. I gave an interview to Boris Souvarine, formerly on the Executive Committee of the Communist International, now a contributing editor to the Paris Figaro, and to Gaston Bergery, member of the Chamber of Deputies, son-in-law of Leonid Krassin, late Soviet Ambassador to Great Britain. M. Bergery, who now edits an independent weekly in Paris, had been one of the first Frenchmen to sponsor the Franco-Soviet alliance, but had been disillusioned by the purge.
I also wrote some articles, interpreting the news from Moscow, for the Socialist Courier, a magazine published in Paris by the exiled Russian Social Democrats. These articles were reprinted by arrangement

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