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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 12 - ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE

in the long run, might work out well for us. Imre Nagy was very busy and Kovacs could not stay any longer. Tildy suggested that we move into the Parliament building itself. This way it would be easier to call a cabinet meeting at any time. We left for home, but we indicated that we might move to Parliament the following evening. On our way out Tildy stopped me.
" Well, are you satisfied with the Government?" he wanted to know.
" Yes, Zoltan, I certainly am. You really became a government worthy of the Hungarian Revolution. May God bless you and help you."
" We'll certainly need that," someone in the room muttered. I turned towards the voice. It was the Gray Eminence. He looked pale and tired.
It was late when we started home with Bela Kovacs. The stars were shining, it was a clear night. For a while we drove, then we got out of the car and continued on foot. The city was asleep. Alone, in the privacy of the night, we discussed the future. We were elated by the fact that the Soviet Union was already negotiating with the military delegation, headed by General Maleter. This meant a de facto recognition of the Hungarian Revolution. We both expected difficulties in connection with details of troop withdrawals, but we agreed that every day meant progress toward reorganization. After the heroic sacrifice of our young people, which broke the chains imposed by the most powerful tyranny of our times, Hungary could look forward to a happier future.
When I reached home, Lonci was waiting up for me. I comforted her by giving her some of my optimistic views. I told her that, while I couldn't promise to be less busy in times to come, at least I would always be in a good mood. She would be happy, too, for we would bring Catherine up to Budapest.
" You are just like a child," she interrupted, speaking sharply.

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