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

be sure of Western aid. He had already listened to Western broadcasts in English as well as in German. Everybody talked about the Hungarian battles over the radio.
" We will be a front-page sensation all over the world," he said with laughter. "What do you think of that?"
" Well, the revolt at Poznan must have made the front pages, too, although at that time I was still at the spa and they forgot to mail us the Western papers there," I said sarcastically.
" The Kovagos are a hopelessly pessimistic lot today," Peter retorted.
" Apparently the prison has worn Misi out," they teased, laughing like schoolboys.
All over the city, as we walked, -we saw signs of the battle, broken cables, bullet holes in walls of houses all over the place. Crowds of people swarmed the streets. On the corner of Museum Avenue we saw a deserted Soviet tank. Everybody seemed to be wearing the Hungarian colors and rosettes, and there was universal gaiety. Near the Hotel Astoria we saw three children with guns going toward the university. Then, suddenly, we heard the rumble of tanks in the same direction. One of the huge monsters appeared, followed by another. People pulled into the doorways.
" Ruskis, go home," someone shouted, and others repeated, chanting, "Ruskis, go home." This gave the street almost a carnival atmosphere. One of the tanks stopped at the intersection. As a former soldier I knew that it was getting ready to fire. A group of men was heading toward the tank on the wide avenue. We saw with horror that the huge turret gun of the tank turned toward them.
A little old lady walked up to the tank and explained that all her group wanted was to have the Russians go home.
" We don't want to occupy their country, so why did they want to take ours?" she asked. One of the Russians listened intently, and then he declared that he would not fight crowds or

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