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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 12 - A WINDOW OPENS ON THE WORLD

Swallows were flying about the prison courtyard, gracefully returning with the sunshine as they had every year. They, too, were part of our improved status and our new life. The old prison in Vac boasted only sparrows. It was now the spring of 1954.
We were circling the yard one day, round and round, in our daily exercises, watching the mother swallow feed her young, when one of the guards stepped into the center of the court and made the following speech:
" Men," (curiously enough, he omitted the customary "filthy swine") "from now on there will be a new order. We will treat you as political prisoners. You will be permitted to walk together, and to talk to each other if you feel like it. Our purpose here is not to torture you. That's all for today."
The excitement among the prisoners was almost beyond description. What could possibly have happened? Once again rumors were flying. Some claimed that President Eisenhower had delivered a speech in which he had given the Soviet Union two alternatives, peace on honorable terms or the threat of war, and that the Soviets were willing to negotiate. Others explained that the newly organized German army was ready for action. Still others claimed that Beria had been liquidated; that Gabor Peter, head of the Hungarian Secret Police, had been imprisoned; that Rakosi, the faithful satellite of Stalin, was no longer in power; that Imre Nagy, his opponent, had become Prime Minister.

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