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

Mayor Jonas gave his backing and got in touch with The Hague in connection with my project.
The second problem was the matter of travel expenses. I had no money whatever, and although I had written to some friends in America, I doubted that they could supply me with funds for such purposes. I knew no organization. During many years in prison I had lost contact with everyday life, and with everybody inside and outside of my country. I had no rich relatives anywhere. Furthermore, I learned that the International Union of Local Authorities was rather limited in its finances. Although my hosts hinted that, if the worse came to the worst, they would try to raise the money, I was anxious to avoid accepting such additional magnanimity. Meanwhile Lonci was feeling ill and Catherine had a high fever. Life looked far from rosy.
Many Hungarian refugees wanted to see me. I respected the request of my hosts and did not invite any of them to their place. However, I came across quite a few people on the street and was delighted to meet some Smallholders Party leaders, too.
It did not take long to find out that unfortunately the unity of all Hungarians, which was so striking during the Revolution, did not exist among the refugees.
I did not want to get into factional disputes, and I was happy to have my own project. I had come to the free world to continue our common fight against the Soviets and Communism.
I heard stories about nonpolitical American organizations giving relief to refugees. To me all this seemed remote. Europe was close and real. The United States seemed far away and vague. I met a young Hungarian priest who had lived in Vienna for many years. He helped me by putting my petitions into good German. However, he had no financial means, either. I met another Hungarian who had lived in Vienna for many years. This man was somewhat skeptical when I told him about my

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