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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 10 - THE CRY OF THE BEATEN WOLVES

similar activities, while the true motive for their arrest was undoubtedly political.
The atmosphere of the Central Prison differed from that of our regular "home" in Vac in many respects. Gone was the comparative 'quiet of the old place. Something was always happening, groups of prisoners kept coming and going. Here, too, the inmates worked in the familiar tailor shops, cobbler shops, bakeries, and in a large button-making plant. The prison was a self-supporting economic unit. The head warden had worked out a system whereby it could be run on the profits from the work of its inmates, and he was anxious to increase the productive capacity of the institution to its utmost.
I was assigned to a lone cell and spent my time trying to find the reasons for my transfer, and my prospects for the future.
Six weeks later I was put to work in the button factory. This was probably one of the most primitive plants in the world. The prisoners were forced to work ten hours a day, and I realized that Marx's theory of the exploitation of workers was indeed carried out-under the Communist system. The machinery consisted of discards from other factories; the production norms were set in such a way that the prisoners could not earn even half their basic pay on those worn-out machines. The building itself was dilapidated, with no heat or ventilation, and some fifteen or twenty accidents occurred every day.
With special deference to my training as a mechanical engineer, I was assigned as helper to an old locksmith. He was a decent old-timer, who had been for many decades a social democrat, and he was rather awed by the fact that his helper was a former mayor of Budapest.
To work again was heaven after the monotony of the cell, and I carried out my tasks with enthusiasm. This new life also gave me the opportunity to reestablish some human contacts, and to talk to my prison mates.

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