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

nearing a nervous breakdown. I saw the danger of this, and knew that if I lost hold of myself I might lose everything. I was confined to the prison hospital for a while, and met an imprisoned doctor. Following the usual exchange of political information, which was almost routine in prison, he explained the problem to me:
" To tell you the truth, this is all a matter of nerves. You must pull yourself together, and only you can do it. I'll do my best to give you some medicine, but I must warn you that the only capsules we receive are undated and of dubious potency. I can bear no responsibility as to their effectiveness." He gave me some vitamin B shots, which, along with my own determination, helped pull me through. I was back at work within a few weeks.
By the time I returned to the Section, the project we had been working on was completed, and in order to keep me in the office my colleagues gave me some drafting to do. For those of us who had spent years on fairly high-level engineering work, it took a sense of humor to start out as a draftsman all over again. Some of the best Hungarian engineers, leading construction men, former cabinet members, heads of large engineering consulting firms, were working here as draftsmen. Certainly I could not complain of the company I kept.
The members of the new aristocracy-those who had come from the Communist ranks-sometimes showed a certain amount of tolerance towards the less fortunate of us who had been born on "the wrong side of the tracks." They gave us a hand whenever they could. They knew that I disagreed with them on every political issue, but with a sense of humor and a human approach I succeeded in winning them over, at least on a personal basis. This was probably the reason for my promotion to assistant chief draftsman within a relatively short period of time. This was a great day in my prison life, and I duly celebrated the event with a few friends.

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