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

that it should be pulled; a sheer waste, for I couldn't get any news.
We became seasoned prisoners. We didn't talk about the past anymore, but we had terrible dreams, and one of them kept repeating in a pattern. The prisoner would get out and see his loved ones again, but then would have to return to prison.
We were constantly afraid of getting extra punishments or being sent back to Doberdo. Even our interrogators returned, and once in a while we had to face them. They tried to force us to confess, and to denounce our friends or acquaintances. Often we felt like committing suicide.
The dubious comforts of the cell were made worse by the swarms of bedbugs. Some days we killed as many as two hundred. The walls were covered with their bloody corpses, and they had a terrible stench.

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