With God in Russia - Chapter Three: In the Prison Camps of Norilsk Summary & Analysis

Walter J. Ciszek
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Chapter Three: In the Prison Camps of Norilsk Summary and Analysis

En Route to Siberia

Ciszek was transported in a van with young women and their babies that had been born in prison. On the train, Ciszek was in a compartment with thieves blatantly rifled through Ciszek's suitcase and took what they wanted. The thieves took all the dinner and water and offered none to Ciszek. A stale piece of bread was later tossed to Ciszek by one of the criminals. The next morning at Vologda, the prisoners were ordered to exit the train and march single-file into the station. A prisoner they passed noticed that Ciszek had no shoes and tossed him a pair of hemp slippers.

Ciszek was processed into Vologda with the gang of thieves. Ciszek was taken to a large cell 100 x 30 that accommodated...

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