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PART III - SEARCHING FOR HELP
CHAPTER 1 - IN THE IMPERIAL CITY

It turned out that walking in clay and mud did not become easier after the Free World's wet fields were reached. There were still exhausting hours ahead of us. The sun was already rising when we reached a sleeping little Austrian village. Hot coffee, cookies, and above all, warm words and friendly smiles awaited us in the building of the Austrian Red Cross. Our tense nerves relaxed. It was time to stretch our trembling legs for a while. However, I was impelled by my mission. I wanted to meet the leaders of Austria as soon as possible.
Mayor Theodor Korner of Vienna had given me a book eleven years prior to that, when he was my guest in Budapest. Before starting, I had cut out the front page on which he had written a few words of friendship. These few words had a magic effect, for he was at the time President of the Austrian Republic.
After a few excited and confused telephone calls, we escaped the fate of having to board a refugee train and enter a refugee camp. In a few hours' time we started for Vienna in a car. We were so worn out that we hardly remembered the trip. The next thing I recall was that we were in the room of the Chief of Police of Vienna, where we were given hot tea. A few more questions made it clear that our story was not a hoax, and that I was the legitimate owner of the President's dedication. Soon warm clothing and blankets were given us, and two jovial Austrian gentlemen arrived. They were to be our hosts. A car took us out to a villa near Schonbrunn. Never did I find the prospect of bed so tempting as then. We were all worn out, both

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