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

We provided an excuse to the West to interfere, and we gave the Soviets an opportunity to save face while giving up Hungary. I was sure that the free world's diplomacy would act quickly. The precedent of Austria's neutrality was before my eyes.
I had yet to learn how difficult it is to arouse the Western giant.
I asked the Executive Committee to come out with a public statement in which the Smallholders Party would give firm backing to Zoltan Tildy. In a stormy meeting, I had to exert all my influence and eloquence to win the battle. I did.
Then I asked them to gather again at 7:00 P.M. Bela Kovacs would be there. After giving instructions to the secretariat and the guards that after 6:00 P.M. nobody but the members of the Executive Committee and a few members of the secretariat must stay in the building, I went home tired, but full of optimism.
By the time I returned home everybody had heard the news.
Imre Nagy declared personally: "I called Mr. Andropow, the Soviet Ambassador-"
He declared Hungary's withdrawal from the Warsaw Pact, Hungary's neutrality, and he had sent a cable to the U. N. asking that body to protect this neutrality.
Budapest was gay. The Prime Minister's statement had echoed sentiments close to the heart of the Hungarian people.
At home everybody was elated. Alicia embraced and kissed me happily.
Lonci was the only one who still remained somewhat of a pessimist.
" Don't worry," I said, "we are free and neutral ... we have a government and by tonight Bela Kovacs, too, will arrive."
" He's just one more naive idealist," she countered. "He would have done better to stay in the country, and we would have, too."
" That certainly is a heroic philosophy," I answered, annoyed.

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CHAPTER 9 - DAYS OF GLORY

"I never claimed to be heroic. All I said was that naivete will not solve the Soviet threat," she continued. She saw my face.
" Please don't be angry," she said, embracing me. "I am just anxious to save you. It would be so nice to live in freedom once again."

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