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Page 16b
here so far from the camp
we had been given
several fresh eggs
bread & margarine &
??segars?? by various
Russians.  They were a
rugged looking lot. Women
in uniform carried
arms & mixed freely
with the men.
It was a good hike
back to the camp & we
kept wondering whether
the camp police would
search us & take our
food away.  Fortunately
no one was at the whole
in the fence that we
went thru & we
returned to the barracks