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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 14 - WAITING FOR THE BREAK

"All I remember," I answered, "is that I played six spades doubled against him and made it."
This shattered his poise completely.
" You will get four weeks solitary for that," he shouted angrily, and called the guards who took me out of the room. As I walked through the small anteroom, I could almost feel the Rat's bright little eyes boring into my back.
I was taken back to my cell. Days went by and nothing happened. A whole week passed before I was given some exercise again. In comparison with my cell, the small courtyard where I had to walk round and round with my hands behind my back seemed wonderful. More days went by and turned into weeks. The food was inadequate. I was always hungry and had no cigarettes.
During my second week, the prison telegraph spelled out the news that Cardinal Mindszenty had been freed. I was elated because I had always admired him greatly, and, also, because the news indicated a major change.
One day I heard shouts in the corridor. This was unusual, and I listened intently. I could hear fragments of loud phrases.
" I'm Gabor Peter," a voice cried, "You want to murder me, I know it. You want to murder me! Remember who I was, the head of the Secret Police. I order every AVO man to obey me."
Then suddenly a guard must have put a gag in his mouth, for all I could hear was the sound of a struggle followed by silence. I could feel no sorrow in my heart for this gangster who was getting a punishment worthy of his crimes. The AVO men who were torturing him had put to death many an honest Hungarian patriot. The same scene was repeated the following day-shouts, struggles, the loud protests of a man rebelling against a treatment to which he was unaccustomed.
Five weeks passed and then, without further explanations, I was escorted to the prison van. It was a happy moment for me when I was handed over to the guards in the Central Prison.

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Back "home," Eugene and I embraced and were very happy to see each other again. A good chunk of bread and a piece of sausage were brought out for a snack.
" Well, old man, we can start our French lessons all over again," Eugene said, as he put on his glasses in a manner befitting Mr. Chips.

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