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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 14 - SOVIET HESITATION

Following up the military action, the Soviet Union put into power a Quisling government, headed by Janos Kadar. As late as November 1st, Kadar had claimed to agree with every step Imre Nagy had taken. However, he claimed that he had organized his government as early as November 1st. In all probability, while Soviet statesman Mikoyan and his associate Suslov negotiated in Budapest on October 31st and November lst they had held double dealings. While talking to Tildy, Mikoyan had accepted the most important conditions of the Hungarian Revolution. While talking to the Communists, he insisted that they continue in their loyalty toward Moscow. It was of paramount importance to the Soviets to win over Kadar, Secretary-General of the reorganized Communist Party. A rupture between Moscow and him would have been most embarrassing. To assure Kadar's backing, Mikoyan had probably pledged not only complete military and political support, but it appeared that he had promised that his regime might retain some of the achievements of the Revolution. Among these would be the continuation of the Workers Council, the multiparty system, use of the traditional Kossuth emblem, and a degree of autonomy in international affairs as well as in foreign relations. Furthermore, they may have promised Kadar that once the Soviet troops crushed the Revolution they would leave the country.
Kadar had spent many years in prison under the Rakosi regime, undergoing considerable torture. Thus, the combination of Soviet threats and promises may have weakened his resistance.

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