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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 14 - SOVIET HESITATION

why they had to find a Communist leader playing the role of a Quisling, who could counterbalance the Nagy legend with a reputation of his own. Only such a person should even try to take up the fragments of the Communist Party structure, shattered during the Revolution. This is why winning over Kadar was worth a few concessions to Soviet planners.
To characterize Soviet tactics it is worthwhile to note a few details concerning the second Soviet aggressions against the Hungarian Revolution on November 4th. This surprise attack was part of a carefully planned scheme. General Maleter, with most of the other top military leaders of the country, was invited to negotiate with the Soviets about their withdrawal. While in Soviet headquarters, he was arrested by the head of the Soviet Secret Police who had arrived in Hungary for that specific purpose. While this plan was put into operation, the Soviet representative at the United Nations, all innocence, suggested that discussion in the U. N. be postponed until the following week so that the international organization would have in its possession, "a more detailed and specific picture." I doubt if there were ever more treacherous, two-faced acts in the history of mankind.
When the Soviet troops poured in, many of them thought they had been taken to the Suez to protect the Arabs against Western aggression. It was hard for them to believe that the Danube was not the Canal. Some others were led to believe that they were in Berlin, they were anxious to find Fascist German generals.
Soviet officers were surprised to find that the Freedom Fighters were determined to take them on, even though their military superiority in equipment and men was obvious. Every house in Budapest became a battlefield, and the gigantic Soviet tanks shelled apartment houses and homes like fortresses. Once again, as in the earlier fights, the greatest source of strength to the Freedom Fighters was their lack of central organization or planning.

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