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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 16 - THE FIRST RUMBLINGS

"Where art thou, King Stephen, the Hungarian people long for you," came the hallowed words.
One after another, as if by previous arrangement, other voices took up the tune, basses, tenors, and even sopranos from the women's wing. It was the most beautiful choir I have ever heard. Twice we sang the ancient hymn, ignoring the panicked reaction of the AVO men and other Communists who were held accountable for our actions. They did not know what to do. Obviously this was not a prearranged revolt, but a spontaneous demonstration springing from the very depths of our hearts. All the values and traditions of a thousand years, all the loyalty of the Hungarian people to the West, were expressed in the outburst of this cherished melody.
We could hardly believe our ears when some of the guards joined in the singing. All this took but a few minutes, and a dead silence followed. Afterwards loud swearing and cursing was heard, but we did not care. We felt strong and very happy.
Several months went by, with our hopes slowly waning. The Foreign Ministers had met, only to decide that they had nothing to decide. Nevertheless, prisoners continued to be freed. We also heard rumors that some of our previous Communist prison mates had been appointed to high governmental and Party positions. They had wasted no time in starting energetic attacks against those Communists who had caused their imprisonment, and against the regime of terror which had tortured so many of them.
The long cold winter passed, and the spring of 1956 found us full of optimism once more. Rumors were flying. It was said that Rakosi was being attacked within the Party, and that there was mounting pressure to force his resignation. This stubborn, shrewd gangster held on desperately to power.
Our visitors from the outside world brought us further heartening news. The Communist Party secretaries in plants and offices were acting in a more restrained manner. People

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