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By Karoly Vandor

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Valentina stayed with us and in a few minutes Helena came back with a billy-can full of hot soup – at least a few strings of carrot floated around like goldfish in a pale sea of yellow liquid, but we realised that is was probably the girls’ own rations they were offering and we were thus very grateful. We ate as much as we could of the stuff to satisfy our hunger, which by this time was becoming rather noticeable. The girls stayed to ‘chat’ to us for quite a while and we for our part tried to make out how they fitted into the scheme of things in this gloomy gaol.

We slept a bit, and talked a bit, and eventually around noon our wardress brought in a can each of potato soup, which actually tasted quite wholesome. We considered that things were looking up and perhaps we were even going to be fed three meals a day, but we took no chances and saved a little of our soup, which we kept warm by placing the cans on top of the fireplace. During one of our chats to the girls later that afternoon, we indicated that we thought that if we had an axe we might possibly be able to hack away the concrete around two of the bars, and thus get away during the night.

The latter made straight towards me and shook me solemnly by the hand. At the time, this action struck me as being perfectly ridiculous, but could only of course, have been intended to express his natural relief that I was safe, and that we were at least temporarily assured of each other’s company We were both longing for a chance to exchange views, but the fair lad, who also spoke good English, insisted that we sat on chairs at opposite ends of the room. To pass the time as much as anything, I asked the Home Guard if I might go to the lavatory.

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