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

Lonci and Catherine could hardly stand on their sore feet, exhausted by our forced march through the mud. Our hosts were tactful and left us alone.
We did nothing for two solid days but rest.
Lonci was in a very sad mood. She had been crying continuously and felt lonely and dispirited.
I was worried about my own problems. How would I carry out my mission? How would I start? The whole free world seemed incredibly big and unapproachable. I was overwhelmed by the feeling that all efforts were in vain. Certainly, other Hungarians, former refugees, who once played an important role in our country's history, and who were now living in the free world, had already done their best, but had failed. How could I move the free world? How could I start it? I had an idea but I felt it was too bold and unconventional.
" And now," Lonci asked, "what do you intend to do now?"
" To carry out my mission," I answered firmly.
" You are a hopeless dreamer," she answered in a tired voice.
" Maybe I am, but I am still determined that the world can and should help Hungary. It is not too late, the flame of Hungarian freedom has not died out yet."
Lonci sighed. She did not answer. I had to encourage myself and her, too. I told her in a few broken sentences about my idea which I believed would work-which must work, because it was a very simple and a completely new approach-I would get the help of the free governments in an indirect way and would appeal to the great capital cities of the free world, asking them to issue a solemn declaration for Budapest.
As I discussed it with her I became enthusiastic.- I felt that I had really found the key to the problem.
" Listen," I continued, "after the capital cities have issued a solemn declaration, public opinion will be electrified again, as it was during the revolution. As a result of this, the governments

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