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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 5 - HIGH HOPES AND A LETDOWN

The next night I was awakened from a nightmarish dream with the order to get going. I was glad for any change. I wanted to see another human being, no matter who he was. The Rat stood behind his desk, apparently in a somber mood.
" You may leave, Comrade"-he said to the guard, and immediately began to attack me. "What's the idea of acting up? Why did you beat the walls? It doesn't help you. Await your fate with patience. What do you want?"
" I remembered," I began, "that as mayor I compiled a budget for the capital which had a defect--"
" Can't you forget all that baloney? You seem to be anxious to be convicted as a politician, as a follower of `democracy,' " he emphasized. "You will be convicted as a spy, do you understand?" He paced up and down the room. There were dark rings under his eyes. The self-satisfied, smug look which he had worn before had disappeared. Obviously, he was concerned and worried.
I cannot remember word-for-word the substance of his harangue, but it was something like this: "It's hopeless for you to wait for Western help. You can't hope for a Western victory. There won't be any. We'll still find a way to defeat them."
The word "still" rang in my ears. My heart was filled with hope. It seemed that the earlier confidence of the Rat was shaken. He soon sent me back to my cell with the guard, but his last sentence gave me enough food for thought to last for days.
Later in the week, there was commotion and confusion in

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