bread.Erika [from the German Consulate] and I
about a hundred ragged pale people.Militiaman came out of shop whose windows had been
battered in and were covered with wood and said: “There is no bread today.” Shouts
from angry peasants also there. “But citizens, there is no bread.” “How
longhere?” I asked a
man.“Two days.” They
would not go away but remained. Sometimes cart came with
with forlorn hope.