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

I knew we had come to a very delicate subject.
" Frankly, Bela," I said, "I can tell you that he is behaving as a good Hungarian patriot should. He has courage, resolution, and brains. Without him the government wouldn't be half as good as it is."
" I am very glad to hear this from you," he said.
" No one wants to believe anything good about Tildy," I replied. "The feeling against him seems to be running rather high, especially in the Party. It is important that you give him your backing."
" That is quite a request," he said.
I knew he was convinced that Tildy had played a part in his arrest eleven years ago. That would be hard to forget.
But every honest Hungarian, even Tildy, had a lot to forgive and forget. This idea gave me an argument which seemed to break his hesitation. I told him there had to be a general and noble forgiveness for everybody. Hatred and the spirit of revenge were not strong bricks with which to rebuild a country. He fully agreed. He considered it most important not to have any purges of Communists and not to frighten the former Communist Party members.
" No more political trials," he said. "Continue along the noble way of the Revolution."
Our long talk came to an end. He could not give me a definite "yes" to my political requests but at least he promised to reconsider the situation and to discuss it further with Imre Nagy, Tildy, and other members of the government. He reluctantly agreed to start for the meeting with the Executive Committee of the Smallholders Party.
We walked along together for a few blocks. No matter how he tried to conceal his feelings, he was deeply touched when we approached the building which used to be his headquarters.
He was received with warm respect. He came back as a king to his kingdom. He was touched, but he imposed again upon

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