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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 14 - SOVIET HESITATION

sinking. Light is failing, the shadows grow darker every hour over the soil of Hungary. Listen to the cry, civilized peoples of the world, and act; extend to us your fraternal hand.
" S-O-S! S-O-S!-May God be with you."
People were simply unwilling to lose their faith in the West. "The United Nations Secretary-General is arriving tomorrow," they told each other on the street. "A committee of U. N. observers is on its way. The U. S. has threatened the Soviet with military action unless they stop the Hungarian massacre."
Meanwhile tens of thousands of Hungarian refugees flooded the Hungarian border trying to escape to freedom. Men, women, and children, wounded, ragged, and dirty, all worn out, brought one message, "Please help." The outside world was generous to these refugees. Love, food, and homes were offered them. The warmheartedness of Austria endeared that little nation to the heart of every Hungarian. As the number of refugees swelled, coming closer and closer to 200,000, the Western world inclined more and more to regard the Hungarian problem as one of refugee care.
Meanwhile, in Hungary, the Kadar regime and the Soviet leaders had to stop their mass cruelty of punitive action. The conscience of the whole free world had been shaken. Kadar pleaded with the workers to go back to their jobs, and while he referred to the Revolution as a Fascist counter-revolution, he still promised general conciliation. Nevertheless, the workers continued their strike, and their armed detachments continued to guard the plants. In about a week a massive Soviet power thrust succeeded in crushing the military resistance. Passive resistance by the whole population continued, however. The Kadar regime was obviously afraid that the fight might flare up at any hour. They promised reforms to the workers and to opposition politicians as well. No one believed them. The mood of the country was one of general desperation, with occasional glimmers of hope. They still could not believe that Western

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