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

Fascists." None of this kept the people from demanding more freedom from the Communists. There was an amazing unanimity in the voicing of these demands. The wording was simple and clear to anyone: "Ruskis, go home; Hungary should leave the Warsaw Pact; October 23rd should be declared a national holiday; all fighting should be stopped; the Hungarian national emblem should be used, instead of the Soviet star; the Army should be under Hungarian control; the workers should be given their just rights, and Russian should no longer be a compulsory language in the schools." The demand for free elections was heard more and more frequently.
With all my friends we covered every part of the city, trying to get a clear picture of the demands of the people. None of us ever saw or heard a single demand which indicated that the Hungarian people wanted to go back on any of the social reforms affected since World War II. There were no posters demanding restoration of the monarchy, nor of feudalism. No counter-revolutionary "Fascist" forces appeared. No one demanded mass liquidation of Communist Party members or any sort of white terror. In fact, it was touching to see how much respect people were ready to give to religious beliefs of others. There was no trace of anti-Semitism.
While the Revolution was an elementary force shaking the very foundations of Communism and Soviet power in Hungary, there was a certain dignity as well as moderation in the demands voiced by the people.
The lack of food forced long lines to stand in front of the food stores. There was unparalleled patience and good will among the people waiting for hours in these queues. I often saw someone with two loaves of bread handing one over to an old woman, a complete stranger, just to save her the trouble of standing in line. People were helpful and cooperative with each other. The word "comrade" seemed to have disappeared from the Hungarian language; "fellow citizen" or "mister" replaced it.

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