În cel de al treilea volum al memoriilor lui Ion Ioanid, cititorul va descoperi că românii au avut parte de două feluri de închi-sori: cele propriu-zise, unde autorul a. English: Give us each day our daily prison (Inchisoarea noastra cea de toate zilele), by Ion Ioanid – 3 volumes, 3rd edition (). Date, Inchisoarea noastra cea de toate zilele, Vol. 3 – Ion Ioanid – – Aceasta carte face parte din colectia Memorii/Jurnale/Calatorii a editurii Huma.
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Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. I was no stranger to the mixture of prison odor, bucket, unwashed bodies and DDT, still there was this fetid stench that was striking from the very entrance. Everything happened while walking, since almost the same time I got to see myself reaching the green car; and not even to this day I can’t remember how many of us fit inside, on top of each other.
It became a symbol. The incarceration conditions were severe, as the winter of was very cold. I could not control the size of the step, nor its general direction. Working underground was difficult, depending on the exploited veintemperatures and humidity could be very high, or freezing cold water could pour from the ceiling.
Închisoarea noastră cea de toate zilele
Daniela Tarau marked it as to-read Jan 15, Roxana marked it as to-read Nov 19, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. From Jilava, they were transferred to the Cavnic mine labor camp, in northwest Romania, close to another, older, labor camp at Baia Sprie. Not being commissioned into a tight security prison, Ioanid inchisoareea determined to take the necessary risks and attempt an escape. However, it was the first contact with the brutality of the prison guards, as “it was pouring curses and fists, generously distributed to all those who were not executing orders fast enough”,  with the strictness of the detention, as the inmates were not allowed to talk loud to each other, sing, look outside the window, attempt to communicate with other cells, lay down in bed during the day, or perform many other ordinary tasks.
From Jilava, they were assigned to either prisons or labor camps all over the country, as the conviction stated. This time, there were several concessions made by the management: Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources.
Unable to move, his cell colleagues had to sign for his medicine; later, after his death, this was recorded as proof that he did, in fact, receive the necessary treatment. Your rating has been recorded.
I used to wake up again, all numbed up because of the uncomfortable position, knees to mouth. Open Preview See a Problem? The victim’s complaints were always rejected as false and niastra seldom accepted as an abuse of a guard, of which they had no knowledge of and felt to dissociate with care. Each one could not contain from friendly remarks: As it was the general understanding of the prisoners, their chances of survival were low in these conditions, so they decided, paradoxically, that the only solution not to die of starvation would be to go on hunger strike.
After his capture, the same qualities that his colleagues appreciated, intelligence and energy, were turned against those he had helped to escape. As they arrived at the camp in late autumn, the plan was to wait for early summer in order to escape.
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At the dawn of the Cold Warpeople still believed that Allied forces would start a new war against the Soviet Union and this war could lead to freedom.
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Închisoarea noastră cea de toate zilele, vol. III – by Ion Ioanid
Most of the escapees managed to slip outside of the area where the secret police started patrolling noasrta they noticed the missing prisoners. In this simulated stampede, one got my suitcase, two put their arms around my shoulders, while the others, in an instant, searched me thoroughly. Many gave up on the strike, but at least 56 continued. He jumped, embraced me, held my head in his hands, kissed me on both cheeks, saying: They escaped on 6 June Still, the attempt was only partially successful.
Every now and then, he received a few ephedrine pills, which helped, but not enough for a continuous treatment. I received 20 years of forced labor for complicity inchisoqrea high treason.
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