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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 9 - DAYS OF GLORY

enjoyed full freedom. He had returned to Budapest and planned, shortly, to resume his duties as Prince Primate of Hungary. The other churches, too, sprang into action after many years of terror and intimidation.
Imre Nagy's government took a firm stand on the question of withdrawal of Soviet troops. The whole nation insisted that the Russian soldiers leave Hungarian soil. A general strike had been called. The workers refused to work until the Russians withdrew. Rumors were flying that the Russians had seemed willing to negotiate the withdrawal. This was a happy hour in Hungarian history. The Revolution and the fight for freedom had been won. The streets were crowded with happy people.
The only reason that people went to their offices was to pick up pay checks and to help repair damage caused by the fighting. The hitherto highly secret Communist files on personnel-the so called cadre cards-supplied fascinating reading. Party secretaries felt it safer and more comfortable to stay away from their offices. Workers organized armed guards to protect the plants. Public safety was protected by armed military units and university students wearing civilian garb.
The Communist press had disappeared. Some of the old-time fourth-estaters, veterans of many years of honest newspaper writing, were able to return to their profession once again. Youth aired its views in its own publications.
The Army was reorganized. General Pal Maleter became First Deputy of the Ministry of War. I was happy to see the name of General Bela Kiraly among the new Army leaders. He took command of the National Guard.
In the morning I went to Parliament. Tildy had crowds of people congratulating him; it was obvious that he hadn't had much sleep the night before. I joined the well-wishers, mentioning, however, that the Government still lagged behind in announcing Hungary's withdrawal from the Warsaw Pact. At that point the telephone rang. Tildy was angry at the interruption

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