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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 16 - FAREWELL TO DARKNESS

The crowded train rattled toward Austria; somehow people settled themselves, the women and children found places on the floor or on knapsacks. We didn't speak much, there was so little to talk about. We tried to guess about the future and wondered whether the AVO would search the train.
I overheard some railroad men talking at one station platform. A big, red-nosed man said, "This crowd will finally land in Siberia." His reference, of course, was to the possibility that we would be captured at the border. I glanced at Lonci; she was pale and frightened. The man continued to talk in a loud manner. I felt my face flush with anger. The railroad man must have noticed my expression, for he became embarrassed, not knowing what to do. The awkwardness of the situation was relieved by a man standing next to me who sensed the tension.
" Are we due to arrive in Gyor around noon?" he wanted to know.
The man on the platform started to explain in detail what the train schedule was. They realized the bad taste of their jokes in this situation. They also explained that the railroad men were looking out for the Russian patrols and the AVO men. They tried to time the arrival of the train so it wouldn't coincide with the presence of the dreaded authorities at the station.
" Don't worry," he added. "All the railroad men are with the refugees. They all want to help you."
Suddenly the tall man next to me, who had spoken before, turned to me.

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