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

brought me upstairs again. "Stand against the wall and raise your arms," one of my tormentors commanded.
People kept coming and going. I heard chairs being pushed around. There must have been many in the room. It seemed like a decisive moment, for when I heard the voice of the Rat it was shrill and full of tension. "Now you will make a full confession." He started to read the confession.
I interrupted him: "No, it's not true."
He continued.
" No, it's not true," I interrupted again.
Suddenly a new voice, unknown to me, interrupted. "Stop it, Comrade." This voice was firm and commanding. The Rat stopped immediately. Then I heard the new voice addressing me, "Look here, we have factual evidence that what the Comrade just read is true. You were the political leader of this conspiracy." He paused, letting the words sink in. "It was either you or Mrs. Endre Bajcsy-Zsilinszky." This name was pronounced slowly and distinctly. "Think it over. If it is not you, then it is the widow of Bajcsy-Zsilinszky. Think it over carefully."
My heart beating faster, I became enraged. These gangsters were trying to force me to send the widow of Bajcsy-Zsilinszky to prison. "It was neither she nor I!" I shouted. "There is a whole world between us and those generals. They are Communists and we are not and never will be."
" Enough!" the voice said, but now it wasn't as assured as before. Again I heard stirring in the room. It sounded as if people were leaving. I remained standing against the wall with my arms raised. Once in a while my legs gave in. "This is terrible, I can't take it any more. What's the good of it? I can't escape from here anyway. Come to think of it, what difference will it make whether I am hanged as the political leader of the Solyom conspiracy or on some other charge. All my friends, and tens of thousands of other Hungarian patriots, will know

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