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

I saw Anna Kethly once again. She was to leave for the United States. Her intention was to appeal to the people of the U. S. and to the government for aid to Hungary. She asked me to come with her. I explained to her that all the preparations had been made to pay a visit to The Hague, and I felt that reaching the European governments was important, also. I had to decline her invitation.
She told me she would try to arrange it so that we would have an opportunity to appeal to the U. N. in the name of Hungary.
Our hearts went with her as she carried our hopes to the greatest nation in the world.
Christmas was getting near. After eight years, this was the first Christmas I would spend with my family. Vienna took up the Christmas spirit; all the shop windows and streets were decorated. Catherine recovered and she enjoyed window-shopping in the city. Lonci was still a pessimist and worried considerably.
" Let's get away from here," she said.
For days she had been worrying about some suspicious characters who were hanging around the house. One day I received a threatening letter. Apparently, the arms of the rats were long.
" Let's get away from here," Lonci repeated.
" Where to?" I asked.
" To the States," she said. "It's no good to stay here. We have lost our country, but we did not lose our fear."
" We can't go to America yet," I said. "We have important tasks in Europe."
" It's no use," she said. "Europe is weak. Our only hope is in America."
Soon the city was full of rumors about the pending visit of Vice-President Nixon. He was to arrive to examine the question of refugees and the Hungarian problem generally. Many people

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