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In jail, as in a jungle, survival of the fittest was the prevalent law. The inmates had respect for Paszkowski because he had proven his strength and would stand up to any fight. Definitely, Germany was not the country he would like to live in forever. Where else then? And how to do it? Another three years in jail was a long time for someone as impulsive and impatient as Paszkowski. On the other hand, if he escaped, Interpol would search for him because of the nature of his offense. From that moment on, Paszkowski toyed with the idea of escape.
Most German prisoners cooperated with the guards in order to get special privileges. The Yugoslavs were a very tightly knit national group, ready to defend each other. During those days it didn't matter from what republic they were; if one of them got into a fight with a German, the rest would run to help. Most of the Yugoslavs were arrested for stealing. They insisted they were only attempting to get back what the Nazi's stole from their country during World War II. The Yugoslavs seemed to like Staszek and me, partly because we were all Slavs.
The corporal shouted a command to sing; an anaemic chant followed, only to die out after a few moments. The men appeared exhausted and the group thinned out as they proceeded. Paszkowski, in the middle of the pack, watched for an opportunity to slip away. He touched the back of his boxer shorts to make sure his "treasure" was there - the money he had hidden when he joined the Legion. He always had his money on him, just in case. One Englishman seemed to be lagging behind the group and Paszkowski kept a close eye on the two corporals, one of which was at the front of the group, while the other brought up the rear.