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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 4 - THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM

"they have just a few rifles, pistols, and hand grenades which they got from the army and from worker units. That's how it started. By now, the soldiers are joining us. They say that the barracks are also supplying munitions."
The phone rang. George took the receiver.
" No, he's not here," I heard him explain. "I don't think he's in Budapest. No. Good-bye."
He put down the receiver and turned to me. "A man whom I know to be a fanatic Communist wanted to speak to you."
Again the phone rang. Again somebody wanted to talk to me. I was trying to figure out how they had learned of my whereabouts. Most of the people who had called were types whom I did not want to know where I was. Finally we realized that waiting like this was impossible.
" Let's get out of here," Peter said. "We can't talk anyhow. Why don't we go and see?" Before we reached the door the . women saw us going.
" Where are you going?" Alicia asked.
" Down to the street," Peter explained.
" You can't go!" Lonci cried.
" I have to go!" I answered in a determined tone.
" You can't go. Don't you understand?" she said. "Don't you see that this whole thing is a Communist trick? They are trying to use this to suppress Poland and Hungary even more. They called the whole thing de-Stalinization, or something like that. It's one of their devilish tricks."
" What trick, Lonci?" Robert interrupted in a sharply sarcastic tone.
" This whole crowd," she retorted, "the Communist rioters are only confusing people, making them excited, so they will be victims of the Soviet tanks. That's just the excuse they want to find for their long-range policy. If men like you show where you stand and what you are doing, you will give them an excellent

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