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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 9 - STRANGE EVENTS

Days, weeks, and months lost their significance. All that was left was thinking in seasons. The spring was the season of political hopes; the summer, that of the bedbugs; the fall, dying hopes; and winter meant grim cold and pangs of hunger. We learned how illnesses took care of themselves, that compared to wounds of the spirit physical pain is unimportant. We learned about fear, creeping into one's nerves, and the enormous effort needed to hush it away.
Often we suffered attacks of starvation. We felt like climbing up the walls and eating every piece of wood. We tried to control ourselves, but we could see our faces growing thin, and the deepening circles beneath our eyes. We hated to look at each other, because we felt so old, ugly, and dirty.
During the spring of 1952, we obtained news from some of the other prisoners, during the routine walk, about the deportations from Budapest. Many persons who were regarded by the regime as unreliable were given but a few hours to pack their belongings, so that they could be evacuated to an unknown provincial location. Except for a small bag, they had to leave behind all their things to be taken away by the regime.
We were apprehensive lest some of our friends fall victim to these cruel deportations. We learned, too, that the whole Western world protested to the regime against these procedures. We were so excited that we even forgot about the necessary precautions when trying to procure information from other prisoners. Soon Young Bela and I were caught and taken to Doberdo.

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