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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 15 - THE SILENCE OF THE GRAVE

more people realized the terrible fact that we could not expect even political help from the West. The Hungarian people realized that they were left alone. "Poor Hungarian people. But after all what can we do? They are really heroic but they can't expect us to go to war for them." Thus, as had happened so many times in their thousand-year history, the Hungarians were all alone.
I met Bela Padanyi-Gulyas on the street. He looked ragged and torn, which surprised me for he was usually very wellgroomed.
" What happened?" I inquired.
He told me that three days ago, he and his wife had started toward the border to Austria. The Russians had captured them. They had been held in prison for two days out in the country. Now they were free and would start for the West immediately.
" You mean after this ordeal you are ready to start again?"
" We certainly are. Even if it takes thirty-three more trips, we will try. Don't you realize that for us there is nothing here but prison? I told you so, I begged you, but you preferred to go on with your own optimistic dreams."
He realized the effect of his words for he embraced me.
" Look, Misi, I don't want to tell you unpleasant things. You behaved wonderfully, you are a good patriot, but for God's sake, don't hesitate any longer. Leave as fast as you can."
Wherever I went people I met put the same question to me. "You are still here? What are you doing here? Escape to the free world and tell them. Tell them all."
" One hundred and sixty thousand have already left," I said. "What is the use of one more?"
" You are more articulate. Perhaps they will believe you. Go ahead, don't hesitate. What are you waiting for? Do you insist on going back into prison?"
When I reached home that day my host was worried.
" The AVO has been searching the neighboring buildings."

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