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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 5 - HIGH HOPES AND A LETDOWN

which thirty-five men were convicted. According to witnesses, you were their leader. Still, you were not convicted in that case, for...."
" For they had decided to keep me for something bigger," I interrupted him.
" That's right, let's presume that's true," he said with a smile. "That doesn't alter the fact, however, that you participated in the conspiracies."
" If the witnesses told the truth. ..."
" Wait a minute," he interrupted me. He leafed through another pile of documents, and read one of them: "Kovago's opinion is that partisan action causes unnecessary bloodshed. Revolution is practical only if the political situation changes, and assistance can be expected from a nearby country such as Austria or Yugoslavia. As long as such a possibility does not exist, that is, as long as the Russians remain in Austria, and Yugoslavia is not definitely anti-Soviet, such action should not be initiated. Because of this, Kovago has warned the members of the conspiracy to give up their plans for the present and preserve their strength for a more propitious time."
" Well, what do you think of that?" he inquired, looking at me in a friendly way.
" Assuming this is true," I said, "could someone be convicted for that?"
Without answering my question, he continued reading: "According to Kovago, everyone who undertakes such action, is a hero. He feels, however, that this is not the age for heroism but rather for political resistance."
After a pause, he continued: "You're a strange person. In 1944, under the Nazis, you claimed just the opposite. Then you seemed to have believed that political resistance was no longer adequate, and that Hungarians should show their antiNazi sentiments in military conspiracies."

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