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

this was the only conceivable way to avoid a Russian attack and to convince the Soviets that our aim was sincere neutrality.
I then went to Parliament, for Tildy and some other members of the cabinet were awaiting me. They wanted to appoint a political delegation with full authority to negotiate with the Soviet Union. This delegation would handle political affairs, such as leaving the Warsaw Pact and our neutrality. Tildy asked me to accept membership in this political delegation. Another delegation was appointed also, a group of military men to negotiate Soviet withdrawal.
Later, the radio announced the appointment of both these delegations. The military committee was headed by General Pal Maleter and was to start negotiations the next morning with the Soviet generals.
The other delegation which was fully authorized to carry on negotiations with the Soviet Union in connection with Hungary's new international political status, was headed by Geza Losonczy, a Communist cabinet member, and consisted of four other politicians, including myself.
That night I had to return to Parliament and could not go home till early morning. I had discussed the situation with party leaders and cabinet members. I shook hands with Maleter and wished him good luck in his negotiations, which were to take place the following day.
In between meetings, I joined a discussion in which Dobi, Erdei, a cabinet member, the Gray Eminence, Bognar, another cabinet member, and others took part. Some of these people's records were quite reprehensible, and they were shaken by the Revolution. The victory of the Revolution threatened their political existence.
Bognar, for instance, had a very bad reputation in the Smallholders Party. He had served the Communists all through the
I terror regime as a cabinet member, while in name he was still

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