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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 7 - REJECTED ADVICE

Early the following morning I started toward the Parliament building. The streets were comparatively quiet at that hour, but I could hear noise of the battle in the distance. Parliament was surrounded by tanks. For a moment I was frightened. Once again I felt that chill of fear that I had known in prison. I felt a strong urge to turn back. Was it worthwhile to take risks again? Lonci may have been right. Why should I do all this? Self-preservation should be everyone's first instinct. See if the Revolution gains international recognition, I thought. Then there would still be time enough to step forward and offer my services to my country.
As I was standing around, somewhat hesitant, I noticed a group of four youngsters marching with guns on their shoulders. Probably these four had been among those who had demonstrated a few days ago at the statue of the Polish hero of freedom. I remembered the statue very clearly. The Polish hero pointed toward the Danube and the statue bore the inscription, "Forward, Hungarians, if there is no bridge, there is no country." Apparently these boys had learned their lesson well. Whatever happened to them, they were determined to do nothing less than march forward. I realized that this was the answer to my problem, too, and I started out again toward the Parliament.
When I reached the tanks at the entrance, I saw that the soldiers in them were Hungarians. Across the square, however, I thought I saw the Russian units. I could not be sure; they all looked alike. When I reached the main entrance the place was familiar. I used to be a member there myself and I had entered

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