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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 5 - "EVERY HUNGARIAN IS WITH US"

and filled the streets, demonstrating, fighting in this way their own battle against Communism and the Russians. It was the youth who manned the guns. The older citizens' fight consisted of less dramatic weapons, but their behavior contributed considerably towards the annihilation of the regime. They disobeyed the government's orders and filled the whole capital with their demands, demonstrations, and shouts. The role they played was similar to the chorus in Greek drama. The aid from the citizens boosted the morale of the Freedom Fighters, and helped immeasurably in the battle. The mood of the people was a clear indication to the Freedom Fighter that they were behind him and that he was a cherished champion fighting for liberty. The same attitude on the part of ordinary people-men, women, and children-frightened the AVO. Where could they run? Who would take them in?
Soon it became clear to me that yet another powerful force lined up for the battle: the industrial workers. Every plant, large or small, organized its Revolutionary Council. After many years of make-believe trade unionism the workers really had a say in their own destinies. At last they recognized the strength they possessed. No Russian tanks or AVO submachine guns could stop them. The workers made it clear that they identified themselves with the Revolution, ready to threaten any government which hesitated to accede to the demands of the risen population. The workers were powerful in more than one way. Organized, they had control not only over raw materials, but also over the means of transportation. Their behavior must have been one of the greatest shocks to Communist theoreticians. This was an example from modern history where the workers openly revolted against the "dictatorship of the proletariat."
Late that night the city knew that the people had won. The AVO machinery, organized and armed for years at huge expense and with much effort, disintegrated in a few hours. Fear and guilt feelings had weakened their ranks as effectively as the armies

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