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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 14 - SOVIET HESITATION

His later actions indicate that he must have asked immunity for the Imre Nagy regime, as well as an attitude of forgiveness toward those who had participated in the Revolution. Yet an important promise, which apparently the Soviets had decided to keep, was that Rakosi and his associates could not return to the country. My impression of Kadar always was that he had never given up his beliefs as a fanatic Communist. His feeling of patriotism for Hungary, if any, was limited. I knew him to be fanatic, cruel, and a Communist convinced of the eventual victory of Communist ideals.
On November 1 st Mikoyan and his associates were far from sure about the Western attitude toward the Hungarian Revolution: They wanted to make certain that in case the Revolution was successful, they would still have a line of negotiation open with Imre Nagy and his regime. At the same time, however, they prepared for defeat of the Revolutionaries. They didn't want to be late with the organization of a Quisling regime, should the United Nations permit complete victory for the Soviets over the Hungarian Revolution. That is why Kadar and his associates were most important in Soviet calculations.
Soviet observers could not help seeing how, during the Hungarian Revolution and the fight for freedom, the Communist Party had fallen apart. It became clear that the majority of the one million members of the Party actually hated Communism and loathed the Soviet Union. The only way to put pieces together again was to try to find a Communist who openly opposed the era of terror created by Rakosi. Kadar was such a man, and a number of Communists looked upon him as the best person to continue Communist rule under healthier circumstances. In order to make this clear, I will have to go into the background of the development of the Communist Party in postwar Hungary.
When the Communist Party, backed by Soviet power, assumed control in 1947, it made every effort to increase membership. By cajoling and threatening people they tried to get every

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