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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 10 - A GREAT PATRIOT

He began walking up and down the room.
" Bela, you must recognize the situation," I told him in a low but firm voice. "You have no time to hesitate anymore ... you almost came too late."
" Why do you push me to decide?" he said angrily. "Why does everyone urge me to become a member of this government?"
" You must feel that it is the urgent appeal of the nation," I countered.
There was a silence. I could not help but admit that his position was far from simple.
There was a government with about twenty Communist members who had not resigned yet and whose records showed bloody crimes committed against the Hungarian nation. There was only one man in the government who never was a Communist, Zoltan Tildy. His name, however, created doubts and uneasiness in Bela Kovacs' mind. In the eyes of the people of the country the government was still bearing the stigma that some kind of responsibility rested upon it for calling the Soviet troops.
Bela Kovacs broke the silence abruptly. His voice was almost harsh, and he looked at me with tormented eyes.
" I feel alone. I have to decide alone. Nobody can help me, and I can not trust anybody. I am suspicious of everyone and everything."
" Then Bela," I told him slowly in a low voice, "my mission is finished. I am not offended. I understand you. I am terribly sorry that suspicion entered your soul. This is the result of nine years of constant torture. I feel it myself sometimes. I know what it means. You can not trust anybody."
" I trust you," he broke in. "I know you are an honest Hungarian," he continued and embraced me. "You know that your call was responsible for my being here, and now here I am. Remain and listen carefully. Help me to find the right way. You must recognize how difficult my position is."

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