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

"Be quick," he countered, "because there is a serious chance they will attack."
" Or that they will just move in to threaten and put the government under duress." I continued, "I am sure the West would not tolerate a new attack. By the way, did you hear that the U. N. sent observers?" I added, because there were such rumors and I thought that by mentioning this, I would weaken Bognar's self confidence.
" That would help," somebody interjected.
" If they really would come here-" Bognar said laughingly. "But they have a harder nut to crack-I mean the Suez, where I am not yet sure there is complete Western unity."
When I left, I still consoled myself with the thought that the Soviet troops would halt short of an attack, and that their primary task would be to threaten Tito and discourage him from showing any sympathy for the Hungarian Revolution.
That night was filled with anxiety and dismay. The country was overrun with Russians, and an attack could have started at any time. When I returned home the women still hadn't gone to bed. They were worried about the news of the Soviet troop movements.
" What do you think, Misi?" they inquired anxiously.
To reassure them I said. "The Western Powers will present an ultimatum to the Soviet Union and that will sober them up."
" Misi, dear, are you sure that Mr. Dulles knows this too?" Alicia inquired, laughing.
Lonci answered in a voice of gay sarcasm.
" Of course. Don't you know that Misi talks to him every day on the phone?"
" All right, all right," I grumbled. "Just wait till you see, when they convene the Security Council. Everything will be taken care of. There's no need to worry."

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