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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 11 - BEFORE THE STORM

I was receiving a cabinet position. He also told me that Lonci was anything but happy about this possibility.
" Don't worry," I said. "I won't accept such a position. Didn't you read in the papers that the National Committee of Budapest had elected me chairman? That means that I am mayor again. That is what I want to be. As soon as the government is reorganized and the party is in good shape, I will occupy my chair in City Hall."
" When will that be?" Peter inquired.
" Monday, I hope," I replied, "by Monday at the latest."
" All right," he replied, "just be careful that the Ruskis don't arrive before you."
He told me that the general mood of the city was to fight the Russians if necessary. The workers were organizing, there were armed detachments, and they seemed determined to resist any attack. It was almost a miracle how everybody, without any central command organization, had thrown out the Reds, both physically and emotionally. Patriotism had replaced any other feeling. Communist Party secretaries were vanishing or, in some cases, trying to apologize for their past actions.
" There has been no violence anywhere?" I inquired anxiously.
" Oh, no, they simply threw them out. They are not needed any more. The workers are electing their own men. Many oldtime Social Democrats are now in labor positions and quite a few deserving engineers, too." He listed a few names I knew and I relaxed.
We stopped on our way to Parliament to meet a friend of ours who had come in from the country. He had arrived in the capital bringing two truckloads of food as a present to the people of Budapest. This sort of thing had been going on for days now. The peasants had sent food to Budapest, not expecting any payment. My friend was one of these kind volunteers. In addition, he told me some good news about my daughter and my mother

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