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

treasonous activities were my meetings and conferences with their diplomats. For three days, almost without rest, I was interrogated by different men. On the fourth day the beatings began.
They had a special technique for this. After the Rat handed me over to an AVO interrogator, I was handed over to a new one each day. I called these interrogators subtenants. It was with the fifth subtenant that we reached the point where they took me into a well-padded room. The subtenant, laughing sarcastically, left me there. Soon two thugs arrived, and started beating me all over with rubber truncheons. The only variation in the merciless beatings was the kicking I got in between. I tried to keep my courage up, and kept repeating to myself that I must withstand the beatings. If I broke down now, then the beatings would continue endlessly. That would be disastrous, for I would go to pieces. Even if, through God's mercy, I could survive all that, I would only get out of the prison a cripple. Therefore, I had to stand it. In about an hour they gave up. I fainted a few times. They poured cold water on me to bring me back to consciousness. Then I was carried back to my cell.
The physical pain was almost unbearable, but even worse was the complete annihilation of all the human dignity that I had built up throughout my life.
I ached all over, especially around my kidneys. Quite a few of my boils broke open. I needed a doctor badly. Even more than that I desired the caress of a cool, feminine hand, the lovely hand of my wife. All I had, however, were the walls of the cell-dirty white walls, prison guards who looked like murderers, and the shadow of death. There is no way out of this alive, I muttered bitterly. These gangsters will finish me off. With those thoughts I fell into a troubled sleep.
The next day I faced the Rat once again. "Well, Kovago, what's happened to you? You look very bad. You'll die if you go on like this."
" That may be so," I answered in a strange voice, for I had

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