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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 2 - IN THE COUNTRY

followed. Mornings, I accompanied my wife to her work and picked her up for lunch. We were the honeymoon couple of the village and enjoyed it thoroughly. In the daytime, while Catherine was at school, we used to talk and have a good time with my mother-in-law, who had a wonderful sense of humor. Once in a while my heart ached when I spoke with her, remembering my own mother who had passed on while I was in prison.
The following week Peter, my friend, came down from Budapest. He took his vacation then so that he could spend some time with us, talking about old times. I told him some of the problems I faced. Sometimes prison still haunted me. Some insomnia and restlessness were unpleasant leftovers that I couldn't quite shake off. We discussed this problem, and the way of adjustment to normal life.
A few days later, my other good friend, Robert, came from the city. He brought interesting news. Things were happening, something was in the air. In our previous discussions, Peter and I had wondered whether we would live long enough to see our country free. Robert told us that the Communists, for reasons of their own, decided that they wanted to share the burden of government with non-Communists. This gave us a chance for possible Party activities, at least on a limited scale. Some sort of a Patriotic Front was to be organized in Hungary, something like that in Poland. Several people, Robert said, were inquiring about me, especially one of my former political associates, Zoltan Tildy. As the leader of the Smallholders Party he had been first Prime Minister, then President of Hungary, between 1945 and 1948. His reputation with the people was rather low. Most persons regarded him as a weakling and a politician always ready for concessions. In fact they assigned him a large share of the blame for making it easy for the Communists to take over in Hungary. One of the tragic incidents which contributed to his poor reputation was that he let his son-in-law be tried by
the Communists. A diplomat, who had formerly served in Washington,

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