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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 6 - A CALL FROM PARLIAMENT

Robert suggested that we go down the street and take another look at the city. He thought that we should try to reach the Kilian Barracks. That was where the strongest battles were being waged, and it seemed that a military leader of the Revolution was emerging there. His name was Pal Maleter, and his name was on everyone's lips. Another potential leader was Jozsef Dudas. Peter and Robert argued about the relative merits of these two. I couldn't resist putting in my two cents' worth. It will be Imre Nagy, Tildy, or no one else, I felt. In any case, we all agreed that the mood of the street was one of excited anticipation. Everyone was curious about the ability of the new government to fulfill its promises. The greatest hopes were pinned on Bela Kovacs. The only problem was that no one knew whether he had actually accepted participation in the government or if his name had been included without his permission.
It was difficult to make our way through the crowded streets. The city looked like a gigantic ant hill turned upside down. We met many friends. Everyone was full of enthusiasm. They proclaimed that the Russians had already been beaten, and that those who were left would be taken care of by Maleter, with the help of the Army, the youth, and workers. Everyone was delighted by the display of Hungarian unity.
Some others told me of the Revolutionary Councils now being formed everywhere. I was invited to several of them; apparently the Smallholders Party planned to reorganize within a few days. Friends insisted that I be there among the new leaders.

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