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

from the direction of the Parliament said that Parliament Square was barricaded. A short time ago, the AVO and the Russians had massacred a crowd of peaceful demonstrators, several hundred people had been killed in a few minutes' time. This was an outrage by any civilized standards. Something had to be done.
" Let's take Misi home immediately," Robert suggested.
" Leave me alone," I said. "I'm not a child anymore." With that I started towards Parliament Square. On the corner two armed soldiers stopped us. In spite of the protest by my two friends, I tried to go on. "No one can cross here," the soldiers shouted, pointing their guns at us. They were backed by Russian tanks standing by, ready for action. My friends berated me.
" Lonci was right, you are a damned fool to get mixed up with them again."
" Keep quiet," I said. "These kids taking on the Russians virtually barehanded are running a greater risk. What matters now is that everyone who has courage be on the street; and that everyone who can get hold of a gun should fight. I'm convinced that after this blood bath, events can no longer be stopped."
Walking toward home we saw yet another change in the streets. The national colors of Hungary were everywhere, and houses were suddenly bedecked with red, white, and green flags. On the walls we saw hastily printed demands of the Revolutionaries. Children were running up and down, some of them armed. Tension mounted.
" The AVO murders-" we could hear people murmuring. The news of the massacre on Parliament Square went round like wildfire. New crowds came to the streets to demonstrate, demanding that the Ruskis go home. People defied the government orders. They felt that the best help they could give the fighting youth was to go out into the streets. It seemed that an avalanche had started. People were no longer afraid. This was something new, this was something no government orders had power to stop.

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