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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 3 - DOWN AND ALMOST OUT

The only break in the routine of my constant interrogation was that, once in a while, I was put into a small room and ordered to write my biography.
Unfortunately, the Rat rejected every new edition of my effort, saying, "It's not detailed enough." Thus I recorded my whole life about eight times, over and over again. Needless to say, constant fatigue, as well as loss of control over my nerves, made certain lapses inevitable. There was always a name, a date, or an event which may have been different from those in the previous editions. These errors supplied the Rat with excellent ammunition. I was more and more handicapped in the duel. As each day passed, I was more worn out and exhausted. He was rested and worked with the assistance of a full staff.
It was about a week before the Rat started to hint what they were aiming at. Apparently they were getting ready for a major show trial. Their plan seemed to be to prove that our whole army was honeycombed with traitorous pro-Western elements, and that these persons were almost without exception identical with the members of the former anti-Nazi Resistance Movement. They wanted to expose Resistance members as constantly active in espionage and sabotage, and preparing for a major armed insurrection against the regime. The regime had already arrested seven generals. I was needed as the political figurehead for this trial. I understood more and more clearly what the charges were that I should get ready to defend myself against. There was one good reason why this was most essential. I would loathe to

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