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

disappointments I was hoping again. Perhaps I would even be assigned to the Engineering Section, which had a legendary reputation. Some fifteen or twenty skilled engineers worked there on prison construction, and, according to the grapevine, on jobs for outside firms as well. They spent their days behind draft boards; they had access to paper, pencils, and even books. Every prisoner dreamed of being assigned to that office. One reason why I was not too hopeful of getting so splendid a chance was that it was mostly reserved for the National Communists. Perhaps that might be the very reason for my chance, I wondered. Possibly they were interested in establishing some contact with the non-Communists. Perhaps the imprisoned National Communists even had some secret connections with our friends on the outside. Who cDuld tell? Anything was possible. Or perhaps it was just sheer fantasy, the wishful thinking of a frustrated prisoner. We'll see, I decided, there's no other way but to wait patiently, and see what happens.
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