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

Back in our cells we were happy again. It almost seemed like a homecoming after the horrors of Doberdo. Routine cell life began once more. We tried to figure out a way of obtaining books, paper, and pencils. We tried the cleaning squad, but it was hopeless. To pass the time, we tried to entertain each other with stories of our former lives. But soon we tired of this, too. We heard the shouting and cursing of guards, and the monotonous steps of prisoners as they walked the yard, round and round, time and again.
Would it last forever-living in this dirty, filthy place, hungry and frozen, walking round and round the yard for ten or fifteen minutes, our one contact with nature? But against all reason, the hope that all this would end one day gave us strength to face every new and miserable day.
Our morale was getting worse. We began arguing and fighting. We hungered for some information about the outside world. We concentrated all our energies on trying to get it.
If only one of us could get into the hospital! Finally we decided that Almos should contract stomach cramps; then he'd get into the hospital. We tried, but to no avail. He went to the hospital and returned without any news.
A fortnight later we tried again, and this time he established some contacts, and returned with some choice morsels of information. So it went for months. Even the guards got used to the idea that Almos's stomach had to be pumped out every once in a while. After the tenth time he rebelled and declared that he had had enough. From now on somebody else had better get his stomach pumped out. We tried to convince him otherwise, but it was no use. All three of us dreaded the rubber tube. Finally Bela Padanyi-Gulyas volunteered to have one of his teeth pulled. It worked. This channel proved to be even better than the hospital. Thereupon Almos decided to sacrifice a tooth, too. One of my teeth was loose, and the others decided

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