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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 7 - DOBERDO

The size of the cell was 10 by 6 feet. Its furnishings consisted of the following: one dirty pail; one enamel basin; three straw sacks, dirty and old, the contents of which had not been changed in years.
In addition, the cell had a fairly large window with bars admitting a little light. Sometimes even sunshine trickled in, as if by mistake. The window opened on a small courtyard. This yard divided the wing of the cell from the other parts of the prison compound. Our wing served for the detention of dangerous political prisoners. They called it the "Private Cell Section." These cells were somewhat small for five people, but after many trials and much loneliness, the company of humans felt good. One gained a sense of belonging, for the cell still meant a community.
We, all actors of the same sad show, were together. This was an exclusive, small company. Bela ZSEDENYI, first President of Hungary after World War II, Paul ALMOS, retired general of the army, Bela PADANYI-GULYAS, experienced diplomat and a leading personality of the Smallholders Party, and Geza RUBLETZKY, writer and former member of parliament.
Within a few days, the initial joy of meeting one another evaporated. We stared at each other, wearing the terrible prison garb, and our hearts were filled with bitterness. Once in a while we would climb up and look out the window. Usually this happened when the monotonous sound of footsteps indicated that

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