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

to take a look at the building of the Szabad Nep which housed the most powerful Communist newspaper. In the last days, the building was occupied by the Freedom Fighters and became a place of legendary fighting. The building still showed scars of yesterday's fighting.
We got home late, tired, and happy. It definitely looked like a day of victory. The news pouring in from the provinces also showed that the country had risen, united against the Communists and the Russians. Apparently the critical historical moments were those of the Communist-initiated massacres. In addition to the Parliament Square blood bath there had been others, the most revolting of which was the one at Magyarovar. After those horrible outrages the people rose like one and joined the youth.
By now even the most pessimistic realized that victory was in sight. My friends and I tried to be realistic in our conclusions. We listened patiently to the free radio stations in Hungary, as well as to the Western broadcasts. We spent considerable time on the streets, talking with people, and trying to gather all possible information. It was still impossible to form a clear picture on the fighting itself, for it seemed to change with the hour. New elements and new groups showed up unexpectedly. The situation was in a state of flux. The individual's initiative, courage, and heart were apparently the paramount factors. Nevertheless, we could sense a yearning on the part of the people for a national leader. Everyone realized that after the completely scattered and decentralized freedom fight there was a need for a national leader. People were not sure about Imre Nagy, but they still hoped that the government under him would do something.
Although Revolutionary Councils formed all over the country and were organized locally, the ideas behind the revolution and the political program was everywhere identical. This was one of the most exciting aspects of these unsettled days. The demands of the people were still just and reasonable. It could

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