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

"The whole country is full of Russians. The city is surrounded. We can't leave Budapest, and here you are talking about bringing Catherine here."
" Don't worry, dear, on account of the Russians," was my answer. "Once they were willing to start negotiations that automatically ruled out the possibility of an attack. The rest is up to the U. N. One day, you'll wake up and you won't see a Ruski anywhere. In fact, we'll have to go all the way to Warsaw or Moscow to see one."
My optimism made her feel a little better. We went to bed in a relaxed mood.
At early dawn we were awakened by sounds of heavy gunfire and artillery. As quickly as we could we put on some clothes and rushed to the next room to listen to the radio.
" This is Prime Minister Imre Nagy speaking," he began his broadcast in an emotion-charged voice. "Today, at daybreak, Soviet troops attacked our capital with the intent of overthrowing the legal democratic Hungarian government. Our troops are in combat. The government is still in control. I hereby inform the people of our country and the entire world of this act of aggression."
It was 5:20 a.m.
Nagy's announcement was followed by the national anthem. "Be faithful to your country always, oh Hungarian. . . ." All hell had broken loose. I glanced at Lonci. She was pale and quiet as she whispered, "It's just like the Russo-Finnish War." She couldn't continue, for the rest of her words were drowned in bitter tears.

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