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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 14 - SOVIET HESITATION

ning. It was the courage and initiative of the individual, fighting on his own, for his own belief, that made the fight possible. Probably the only organized resistance to the Soviet attack occurred at plants, which the workers defended as fortresses. Two factories should be mentioned as outstanding. The W. M. Works on Csepel Island in Budapest, which laborers defended like heroes. The other was the city in Trans-Danubia Dunapentele, where the Communists had built a major steel plant.
Fights raged all over the country. The backing the fighters received from ordinary citizens was again wholehearted. All homes were opened to the Freedom Fighters as bases of operations and millions of Hungarians demanded in voice and posters, "Ruskis, go home." All over the city this slogan was written on walls and on posters, in Russian as well as in English and German. The workers continued to send delegations to the Kadar government demanding that Imre Nagy be reinstated, that the Russian troops withdraw and that the neutrality of Hungary be respected as well. The unanimous nature of the nation's demands surprised the Kadar regime as well as the Soviet observers. When mass deportations were started, the anger it created made the Soviet military leaders deny that such events were taking place at all. Throughout the desperate days of fighting, the free Hungarian radio stations broadcast on a round-the-clock basis, pleas for assistance, like the following:
" Civilized people of the world, listen and come to our aid, not with declarations, but with force, with soldiers and arms. Do not forget that there is no stopping the wild onslaught of Bolshevism. Your turn will also come, once we perish. Save our souls! Save our souls!
" People of Europe whom we helped for centuries to withstand the barbaric attacks ... listen to the tolling of Hungarian bells warning against disaster. ... Civilized people of the world, we implore you to help us in the name of justice, of freedom, of the binding moral principle of active solidarity. Our ship is

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