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    "It was not until 1954 that Münzenberg’s name resurfaced in any meaningful way, when Arthur Koestler wrote about him in the second volume of his autobiography. Koestler had known of Münzenberg as a young newspaperman in Berlin in the early 1930s, and later worked for him in Paris over a period of about seven years (1933–1940). Koestler was deeply impressed by Münzenberg’s talents as an organizer, publisher, and propagandist, by his ability to generate a seemingly endless stream of newspapers, magazines, and books to support the Communist cause, and by the apparently magical ease with which he set up his various front committees while keeping the Communist role in them virtually invisible. ..."

    The Red Millionaire: A Political Biography of Willi Münzenberg, Moscow’s Secret Propaganda Tsar in the West by Sean McMeekin.


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