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

Catherine. A small knapsack held all our worldly possessions. I could not resist embracing my wife.
" Don't you worry, dear," I said. "Everything will be fine. We will get through. Besides," I added, "don't you remember when you visited me in prison, I promised you at the time that I would take you traveling?"
" You always keep your promises. But my country still stays behind," she answered.
" That's one thing I can't bring out," I answered. "But I can promise you that we will return into a happier and freer Hungary some day."
Early in the morning on November 30th we stood in the Eastern Railroad Station in Budapest. The train was so crowded that people were hanging on the steps. When we passed the mail car, hands reached out for us and pulled us up. There were still crowds there but we could at least stand. The train moved out slowly. As it was winding its way out of the city I couldn't help shedding a furtive tear. I was leaving behind the city I had known from top to bottom, from City Hall down to the underground dungeons of the prison.
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