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the dead were all over. It looked very much like it had when World War II ended, except that people had been frightened then when they saw a Russian soldier. Now they were determined and proud. Whenever Soviet soldiers tried to talk with them, they froze and turned their heads. Cold stares were all the Russians received from men, women, and children. The walls still bore the posters with the demands of the Revolution. I saw people stopping and adding one more to the demands printed. It was "A Neutral Hungary and Free Elections." Children distributed leaflets. "Ruskis, go home. The strike will go on until you leave."
When we reached the hospital the scene looked hopeless. The whole square was in ruins and the chapel of the hospital, centuries old, was a heap of rubble. We went inside the building and, after a search, we found Lonci and Alicia both alive, thank God. Lonci was feverish and hysterical. She embraced me, crying, "Please send those tanks away. I can't stand them anymore. I just can't bear to hear their gunfire."
For three solid days the hospital had been in a state of siege. More and more wounded had been brought in. Doctors and nurses were at a premium. When we were on our way out they brought in a stretcher. On it was a tall, dark-haired man with blood on his breast. He was shouting feverishly. His hair was bloody and his face was covered with sweat. "Fight! Forward ... careful, they are coming ... the Russians ... the AVO.. . . That man was in the AVO, too. Be careful, I know them well ... I want to fight, too, be careful, I know them all. I want to fight. Only blood can cleanse my crimes, blood.... Oh, God, oh, God ... can you forgive . . ."
It was Daddy Longlegs, dying. I was deeply moved. I felt that when he passed on, He who forgives all sinners would judge not only deeds but intentions, and He would forgive the repentant.
We left the hospital. The streets were full of ruins, and the Soviet tanks rumbled by, shooting at random, killing without

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purpose. It seemed as if the Horsemen of the Apocalypse had been racing up and down the streets of Budapest.
We went into hiding with friends. Our next few days and nights were spent in going from place to place, hiding, and trying not to bring danger to those who helped us.

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