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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 3 - A SHOT IN THE WINDOW

"I don't want to go anywhere," my wife said nervously.
" We have to go," Robert replied in a quiet tone.
" It's not just a matter of going," I replied, "it's a matter of believing."
" Those who don't believe don't have a country," Robert remarked to me significantly. The words had a familiar ring. This had been one of my favorite sayings years ago.
" Well, all right," I said with a smile, "let's go."
" You can't go," my wife shouted excitedly, "there's no point to it. You just got out of prison. I won't let you go!"
" I know, dear, that I shouldn't; you're right," I answered. "But I have to go. You know I'm not a child any more, I'm not looking for adventure, but I want to see what's happening."
The others, who wanted to go promised that we wouldn't go near any danger, and that we would be back in half an hour or so.
The streets were thronged. Like ants, people swarmed all over, and from a distance we could hear volleys of shots and the rumbling of tanks. From the direction of the State radio station, people came bringing the news that the Revolutionaries had captured the station. The Communists seemed to have been prepared for such an emergency and were able to continue their broadcasts from another, unknown station.
According to some rumors, the gigantic statue of Stalin, the symbol of tyranny, was lying on the ground surrounded by rejoicing people. According to our promise, we returned home within half an hour.
" Well, what's new?" the women inquired.
" Perhaps Robert is right," I said. "Though I still don't believe it." In my heart I knew that it was true, but it sounded too beautiful to put into words.
We went to bed, tired and excited. My wife nestled close to me.

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