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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 14 - SOVIET HESITATION

As late as November 15th, the non-Communist parties hoped that they could salvage most of the achievements the Revolution had fought for. We concluded agreements of cooperation during such negotiations.
As days passed, however, the trend seemed far from promising. The AVO was back, gaining power again, dragging away the leaders of the Workers Councils at night. Youth leaders and other men prominent in resistance became hounded persons. We realized that we were in mortal danger once more. Tildy was permitted to leave Parliament, and, after some time under house arrest, they permitted his wife and him to move to their son's home. He lived in the suburbs of Budapest. It was after great difficulty that I spoke with him on the phone. His voice sounded tired, but he still hoped that negotiations would be permitted. He still tried to believe that the Soviet action had been a fatal mistake, and he asked us to keep in contact with him.
I begged Bela Kovacs to return to the country. I explained to him that I would assume full responsibility for all that we did. After all, he had lent his name and good reputation to the government and the Parliament under pressure. He still hoped, however, that some compromises might salvage the situation and he wanted to use his name and reputation to stop the blood bath. He was ready to sacrifice his own reputation for the interests of the country. His health was rapidly deteriorating under these trials and pressures.
Imre Nagy and his associates, who had fled to the Yugoslav Embassy, receiving diplomatic asylum there, were lured out of their safety with a trick. The Kadar regime promised them immunity and freedom. When their group, including men, women, and children, left the embassy in a bus, Soviet armed units kidnapped them and took them away. We wondered what the role of Tito was in all this. One thing was certain, Imre Nagy, the patriot Communist who became disgusted with Communism and Soviet terror and who had become the courageous Prime Minister of the Revolution, was taken prisoner.

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