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PART III - SEARCHING FOR HELP
CHAPTER 2 - THE HAGUE, PARIS, LONDON

On the second day of Christmas, accompanied by J. C., I started for The Hague. There they put us up in a small jewel of a hotel behind the Royal Palace. I soon learned to like the Dutch national character which is level-headed and kind with a keen sense of humor. Both Mr. Arkema, Secretary-General of the International Union of Local Authorities, and his deputy, Mrs. Revers, liked my project, but emphasized the fact that the Union was anxious to avoid introducing politics into its agenda. On the other hand, they were anxious to do everything they could for Budapest. They promised to present my project, with their recommendations and a favorable opinion to the Board.' The Board would meet in the Spring. Mr. Arkema explained that my project was closely connected with international politics. Should the great Western Powers take a positive stand, then the International Union would probably follow suit. By the same token, if the Western attitude was negative, the project itself would meet with considerable difficulty. I spent two days as a guest of the Union, visiting nearby cities.
One night we were invited for dinner at an old windmill, the inside of which had been made into a modern restaurant. Suddenly the telephone rang. It was a long-distance call for me from the United States. An old friend who had been one of my commissioners in Budapest when I was mayor, was calling from the States.
" Leave everything there and come to the United States," he told me.

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