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It sits in the cupboard in the box in which I bought it. Shall try to work on “Walther” tomorrow. m o n d a y, 2 6 s e p t e m b e r Erna came to my room and chased me out of bed for an early morning walk – it was such a lovely morning. Then there was a mad rush doing sundry errands: to school, to the post office, to various stores. Since the Czech crown is expected to drop in value, I spent what savings I had on a diamond ring (2450 crowns). Hitler’s memorandum to the Czechoslovak Republic was made public, and I am convinced that the republic will not accept his conditions.
I called on Captain Garner to see about my English lessons, but he wasn’t at home. I shall try again. The students have been boycotting Schroepfer’s classes. ” We have been ordered to cover our windows at night and maintain a blackout. Our nerves are so taut that every sound makes us wonder whether this is it. I have had a sleepless night, half sick with worry. Dear diary, you see how disjointed and muddled my report is. But right now, in the middle of events, how can I sift the important from the trivial?
Such posturing! All the same, I now have some hope that war may yet be avoided; except for the civil war – the war of nerves – that has been going on for some time. Yes, I am calm and cheerful now that I don’t have to make a decision! fm Page 23 Tuesday, January 15, 2002 2:04 PM 6 august – 24 october 1938 are in Nova Hut pod Nizborem – I presume because Mutti’s cousin ∨ Jelinek lives there. As well, Altar, the Jewish student in my Marena Octava, came to me during recess with a message from his father saying I should come to them if there is an emergency.