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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 17 - "LAZARUS, COME FORTH . . : "

"That may be true," he remarked, "but it's hard to believe." The major's face grew sad, and he gave up.
" Well, in any case, let's go," he said, and took us to the prison gate. There, another high-ranking AVO officer checked our names and personal data as if the prison authorities knew nothing about us. Then each of us was handed his discharge papers.
The AVO officer called the guard, who took us out to the gates. Once again our names were checked.
" You are free to go now," the guard informed us. "Don't go out in a group," he added. "Leave one at a time."
It seemed to me that he, too, was moved. Apparently, he had never thought that he would see us walk freely out of that gate.
I tried to be calm, but the inner excitement overwhelmed me.
A few seconds later, I stood in the street. It seemed incredible that I was free again and that the prison was now a thing of the past.
Bela soon joined me. He talked with great animation, but I was so excited myself that I couldn't say a word, and I hardly knew what he was talking about.
We decided to take a cab. We had no cigarettes, and we asked the driver to stop somewhere so we could get some. He turned toward us.
" How many years did you spend in prison?" he wanted to know.
" Six and a half," I answered.
" Well, 2,608 days," Bela told him, "that means seven years and fifty-three days . . . exactly."
" That's a long time," the driver remarked in a friendly tone. Then he reached into his pocket.
" Won't you please have some of my cigarettes?" That was our first sign of friendliness in the free world.

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