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

"To your wife's address, naturally."
" Yes, but how should I know where she is?" Eugene continued his questioning in a cold, almost accusing tone. Our guard became embarrassed, for the warden obviously did not like the whole thing.
" Listen," he said to Eugene, "don't worry, we'll straighten out those minor details. Leave the Comrade Warden alone, he's very busy." Eugene, unfortunately, was in one of his stubborn moods.
" The reason you can't tell me the address," he said to the warden, "is because she was probably deported."
" Well, write to her last address," the warden suggested peacefully.
" That was three and a half years ago," Eugene continued. "I don't know it anymore." Eugene's tone was cold and measured, but his remarks amounted to a provocation.
The warden left, almost running, in a mixture of anger and embarrassment. Soon the guard returned and explained that those details would be straightened out and that Eugene should not worry. They were only following the new instructions. I tried to pacify Eugene, too. After all, here was a wonderful opportunity, the very first, to write to our loved ones.
Who could tell what had happened to our families? I wondered: were my wife and daughter still alive? Were they in good health? What had happened to my aged mother? Thousands of questions came up which I had buried long ago, or which I had not dared ask myself before. I put all my heart and soul into that one post card. From then on, there was nothing to do but wait.
And the answers did come. They were full of love. All the news was really vital-people were well, they had moved, they lived modestly, this and that person had died, the children had grown-and they had a tragic effect on the morale of the pris
oners. Now we truly realized that we had all been living in a

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