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

chess player. So after the first few moves, everything became confused, and I suspected that my two imaginary partners were peeking into each other's thoughts. Nevertheless, chess helped me to pass away time-particularly the most unbearable hours, between morning and noon.
At noon they would open the door for a minute and put our bowls on the floor of the cell. The guards had a beautiful German shepherd dog named Rexi, who made a habit of walking through the corridors and licking every bowl clean. It seemed that even the guards in the death camp had some love left in their hearts-at least they loved dogs. One evening, about ten o'clock, I overheard a conversation from the guards' room across the corridor. The Gipsy was talking to someone: "Hello ... yes ... but Comrade ... yes, sir. . . ."
He came out shouting for the cleaning squad. "You put Rexi out in the courtyard right away."
" But sir, that's impossible. It's cruelly cold outside."
" Keep your trap shut."
" What about her two-weeks-old puppies?"
" Put them out too."
" But sir, they're sure to die there."
" Shut up, for God's sake. We have to put them out whether they die or not. Understand? It's an order."
" I would have much preferred an order to kill off those dirty Fascists, but this time it was a different order."
" Get going, or else I'll kill you too."
This little incident gave me some insight into the iron discipline of the organization. Later on we learned that both puppies had died that same night.
Finally, the miserable six weeks were over. We were taken back to our wretched "homes." All of us except Rubletzky, for he had been sentenced to three months of solitary. We never saw him again. He contracted double pneumonia, then tuberculosis; two years later he died.

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