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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 15 - OUR EYES WERE ON GENEVA

"Eugene," I said, delightedly. "I have the solution, you will be freed in the spring."
" What do you mean by that?" he inquired skeptically.
" Well, don't you remember agreeing with your wife that if there were any prospects of your being freed, she would write about furniture?"
Eugene looked at me, then put on his glasses, and read the post card again: "I cannot buy now, because new difficulties have come up, but by spring I will have saved enough money to get it. You can be sure of this and don't worry." Eugene's features relaxed into a happy smile, and for several weeks afterwards the prisoners greeted him with, "Hello, Eugene, any news about the couch?"
Spring came, however, and still there was no couch for Eugene's wife to buy. Our news from the outside world remained confused and difficult to understand. The Soviet Union was anxious to bring together a top-level international conference; Germany had regained her place in the European community; U.S. atomic weapons were acquiring enormous power; the Atlantic Pact seemed to constitute a formidable alliance of free states. There seemed to be troubles brewing within the USSR, the resignation of Malenkov and the ascension of Khrushchev appeared to indicate internal disorder. Apparently, the vacuum created by Stalin's death had not yet been filled. The best indication of this seemed to be the surrender by the Soviets of industrial interests in Rumania, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Bulgaria, to the respective national authorities.
We learned something about the process of de-Stalinization, and our hopes soared. Two pieces of news, however, disturbed us: the resignation of Churchill in England, and that of Imre Nagy in Hungary. The former event, we all felt, meant the loss to the free world of the greatest statesman of our time; the latter seemed to indicate the end of the de-Stalinization process in our country.

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