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

"That's true," I acknowledged.
" It's an interesting situation. Tomorrow I'll tell you about it. Don't get excited, because it's not over yet."
I couldn't remember what he said afterwards for the news of the Korean War had so excited me. I was anxious to get back to my cell to think about it. My strained nerves began to foster many fantastic ideas. Apparently the Communists had initiated military action in Korea. If the Western Powers used clever strategy, they would not only accept the challenge, but would also start action in another place such as Austria or Yugoslavia.
Soon after I had returned to my cell, the "Wrestler" entered carrying a blanket on his arm. "You see there was no point in getting excited. You already have an extra blanket." We grinned at each other in a friendly manner.
My interrogations took place during the daytime. "Daddy Longlegs," as I called my interrogator, seemed to be a fine person. He began talking to me in a friendly manner, and in a few words gave me an account of the Korean situation. He made no secret of the fact that the American counterattack was energetic and rapid. He also hinted that the Chinese position in the conflict was not yet clear.
On the third day, he told me it was time for us to settle down to the work of preparing the court charges.
" It's inevitable that charges be made," he said, "so let's try to formulate them according to my ideas."
This was the theme we developed. Back in 1945, I met with friends with whom I was close from the anti-Nazi Resistance times. Our aim was to discuss possible ways of resistance to the inroads of Communism. We were anxious to have the nonCommunist parties secure victory in the coming elections, since we felt political resistance should continue until the Soviet troops were withdrawn from Hungary. Then our country would once again be able to take its place among the free nations of Europe. This was the same ideal which had guided me all through my political career. The document which I prepared

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