This chapter discusses the life of Ana Pauker after her imprisonment. It explains that after her release from Malmezon prison in March 1953, Pauker was placed under house arrest and an espionage charge was filed against her by the special commission of the Romanian Workers' Party. The commission's punishments were never implemented and in February 1954 her house arrest ended. Pauker was allowed to live with her family, and she later worked as a German and French translator for the Editura Politică publishing house.
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