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

a Smallholder. The picture was characteristic of the Revolution. The generosity of the Revolution went so far that this type of person was not purged. They were given a chance to repent and expiate their sins. However, it was also true that they could not count on our sympathy.
They were talking about the expected Soviet attack and brought it up in connection with the Suez crisis. It is understandable that we, caught up by the fervor of the Revolution, could not pay enough attention to other happenings in world politics. We felt that the front page of newspapers excluded everything but Hungary. .
A telephone call informed us that the first Soviet tank units had arrived at Szolnok, a Hungarian city 100 miles to the eastnortheast of Budapest. Bognar was again more sure of himself that day than earlier. This struck me as peculiar. It was obvious that he was sure that Budapest would be attacked by Soviet troops. This would save his cabinet portfolio which was to be taken away by the Revolution. I followed his words, but I could also guess what was in his mind.
" It is obvious," he told me, "there is no other way for the Soviets but to take the same step in Hungary that the Western Powers took in Suez. That means an attack. Then both parties will be satisfied. I do not think it would mean a world war."
Bognar analyzed the situation keenly, without showing any feelings. The others were preoccupied with the fate of our country-or at least seemed to be. At last they asked for my view, too.
I glanced at my wristwatch and said sarcastically to Bognar:
" Right now, it's 1:00 a.m. In a half hour I have to leave."
" Why?" somebody asked.
" Because I do not want to be taken in the same place together with Bognar."
There were malicious smiles to the detriment of Bognar.

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