By Norman H. Crowhurst
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Q: A: Q: A: Q: A: Was there any training in simultaneous interpretation? None. We didn't even know it existed. It was much later, after my return from Korea, that I stepped into a booth and took a microphone in my hand. By a strange coincidence, it happened at the same Palace of Culture where I'd gotten the call summon ing me to the Korean mission. There was an enormous hall, seat ing four thousand people, with facilities for simultaneous interpretation, the first of that kind in Poland. What training did you have for that?
Q: A: Q: A: Q: A: Q: A: How did they know you could interpret? They didn't. Neither did I. Fd done translations for press agen cies in Warsaw, so I thought, what's the difference? Written or oral, it's still translation. In Polish, translator and interpreter mean the same. There's only one word for both. So we waited. First for Stalin's death, then for the signature of the Armistice and the establishment of the Commission. It took three or four months. My newspaper had given me an indefinite leave, just as the man at the Central Committee had said it would.
There were days when the Commission sat from lunchtime until midnight or even later. Q: A: Without a break? No, there were one or two short breaks when snacks were served. After the break and the snack I was usually so sleepy I could hardly keep my eyes open. The chairman must have no ticed it. DAVID AND MARGARETA BOWEN AND IRENA DOBOSZ Q: A: Q: D Who was the chairman? O n e of the Senior Members, all of them generals. In rotation. They were kind to me, I must say. Seeing how tired I was the chairman made the speakers interrupt their statements, to make it easier for me to interpret.
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