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

question. If the primary problem, that of the fate of the country, was solved, the refugee question, which was only a secondary problem, would take care of itself.
Then I handed my memorandum to the Vice-President and he ended the interview with a friendly smile.
After Mr. Nixon left, Vienna relief organizations handling Hungarian affairs received help from the U. S. Government. He became a champion for raising the Hungarian refugee quota.
The day before Christmas I accepted an invitation to address five hundred refugee Hungarian students. I felt touched when I rose to address these young heroes. I spoke from my heart, informally, and concluded by saying, "Wherever life takes you, remain Hungarian in your hearts. Be good and hard-working citizens in your new countries, but don't forget your motherland, and do everything in your power to help her regain her freedom. From now on, what you have to give is not armed fight or heroism, but study with perseverance and diligence. God bless you all."
Christmas Eve was spent with our hosts. There was a tree, a real Christmas tree, and we lost control of our emotions. I had to speak in my broken German in that emotionally charged atmosphere. I doubt if my grammar did justice to Goethe. I think it was one of the worst yet, and one of the most effective speeches I ever gave. Tears were in everyone's eyes.
Christmas Day we went to church and felt very sad. We prayed to the Lord to return freedom to our small nation. That's what we did, and that's what Hungarians did all over the world.

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