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

of the Freedom Fighters. Some AVO men even turned against their own officers.
That night I felt it was time for me to sum up the essence of the Hungarian Revolution. The picture began to take shape.
The first wave of attack against Communism was waged by the writers and intellectuals. They were the much-pampered elite of the regime, and the Communists for years had tried to woo them into service.
This wave of attack was followed by youth. They were the ones who actually took up arms against the regime. For years the Communists had given free scholarships, education, and the possibilities of great careers to the young people, hoping to win them over.
The workers, who were supposed to be the new leading class under Communism, had turned against the regime, organized and in an overwhelming majority.
The Army, that much-pampered Communist Army of the Hungarian People's Democracy, also proved unreliable for the regime. First individuals-then organized army units-joined the people, identifying themselves with their demands. Most of the officers who turned against Communism were working-class men especially trained by the Communists for key Army positions.
In other words, it was not the embittered and suppressed middle class, nor the frustrated peasantry, regarded as the archenemy of Communism, who had started the Revolution. They joined the Revolution wholeheartedly, but the pampered children of the Communist regime were the ones who turned first and most effectively against the Party of the Soviets.
On October 27th the might of the demonstrations increased further. All the street signs and walls were plastered with posters demanding freedom and concessions from the government. The government-controlled radio station continued to blare against the demonstrating people as "bandits and counter-revolutionary

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