France has always been for the soviet union, a playground of the privileged. By choosing, on principle, the recruitment of agents from the proletariat, the secret services of the then young USSR first played the card of the purity of marxist-leninist. Shortly after his election to the post of deputy general secretary of the PCF in January 1924, the former boilermaker Jean Cremet accept, for example, to create a spy network in arsenals, factories, gunpowder works and other test centres. Assist in this task the seamstress Louise Clarac as well – it is already less correct, ideologically – q…

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