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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 11 - IN THE ENGINEERING SECTION

The great event of my prison life soon followed. I was assigned to the much coveted Engineering Section of the Central Prison, one of the two elite workshops of the institution.
There were several non-Communist members in the workshops. They were permitted to work there, but could not become section leaders or supervisors. Those positions were reserved for the prisoners who were Communist Party members.
Even so, life was so much easier in that section that all prisoners were quite eager to get into it. This at times was quite a formidable task for non-Communists, in spite of their superior technical experience.
It was a mecca for the new aristocrats, the Communist Party members, whose very Party membership carried the occupational hazard of occasional periods in jail. Unpleasant as this may appear to bourgeois observers, it was partly compensated for by the fact that Party members enjoyed special privileges in prison. In the Central Prison, for instance, every shop leader was a Communist.
The other elite workshop was the Translation Bureau. Since the Foreign Ministry and other important government offices often required the translation of confidential materials, why not utilize for this purpose the skills of imprisoned Communists who spoke foreign languages well? After all, what could be safer than a translating office within a prison? Furthermore, it would be inexpensive, as only the prison warden would be paid. As for the prisoners, they would be glad to settle for permission

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