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CHAPTER 16 - THE FIRST RUMBLINGS

Yet we felt increasingly convinced that events were being influenced by forces deeper and more powerful than the will of any of these men.
D-Day finally came for Eugene. He was called to the warden's office with all his belongings. Apparently, his wife had finally managed to buy the couch. Our farewell was emotional. We embraced and in that moment realized how close we had been.
The next day, Bandi was freed. He had been in charge of the Engineering Section, and we all loved him for his good nature. For years he had talked of the day when he would go home to his wife and two children, even though his life sentence had not made the prospects too hopeful.
In the days that followed, more and more friends were freed, but still no word came for me.
Summer passed, and there was nothing for me to do but wait on a day-to-day basis, with every nerve strained for the slightest indication that the time for my release had finally come. Yet it was but a continuance of the seemingly endless, drab, suffocating prison routine. Having glimpsed the first ray of hope, prison life became more intolerable than ever.
Exciting rumors came with the fall. After the Poznan Revolt we feared that the repercussions of that outbreak might prolong our imprisonment. These apprehensions proved mistaken. More and more names were called, and more and more of our friends left prison.
Then came the Suez crisis and the nationalization of the Canal. Our political debates became more vehement than ever. The Soviet Union was forcefully approaching the important Middle East area. We were all convinced that England would not tolerate such effrontery.
Another Sunday arrived, and once more I would see my wife. She seemed to be in high spirits and obviously she wanted to tell me something of importance. She kept glancing nervously

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at the guards, hesitating to speak. Finally, she told me that a new Attorney General had been appointed, who respected me for my anti-Nazi activities. She had visited him the previous day, and had come away convinced that I would be freed without any further delay. I had heard this many times, but I managed to look happy and to smile, because I did not want to hurt her. If all went well, she said, I would be freed the following day. Then she gave me some news about our daughter, and the visit was over. Back in my cell, I was depressed and felt sad for her.
The following day was Monday, September 18. That evening I heard my name called. I could hardly believe my ears. My name was repeated, and. I rushed out to the guards.

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