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

characters who loitered around the house. They seemed to have been there all the time.
" Let's go to America," she said. "As long as we fled to get away from prison or the firing squad, why not choose the freest and happiest country of all?"
I stopped over in Munich and visited Radio Free Europe. I met several old friends, and we discussed the role Radio Free Europe had played during and after the Revolution. I expressed my appreciation for their accurate news coverage and for all the assistance they had given to the cause of freedom.
After a few days we left for Paris. I had been a great admirer of French culture all my life and always felt moved when I arrived in the City of Light. The reception I got this time flabbergasted me. A special reception committee waited for us when we arrived in the beautiful suite of one of the great hotels, flowers from the Mayor of Paris and city officials awaited Lonci. The environment was royal, with flowers all over the place. I couldn't help but muse upon how life changes. Six months ago I was in prison in Budapest and now all this. Lonci's reaction was even simpler.
" It's a shame to say so, but I would exchange all these gorgeous flowers for the simplest one from our own garden at home."
No doubt homesickness is a serious challenge to all of us: I learned in prison that one carries his own country in his heart. Even so, it was not easy. I did not try to comfort Lonci, for I knew I couldn't.
Soon Mr. Buttinger arrived and informed me that the U. N. would give the floor to Anna Kethly, General Kiraly, and to me. We fixed a date for my trip to the States. Mr. Buttinger offered his own home in New York for my two months' stay. I was deeply moved by all this kindness.
We left for our official reception in a motorcade with motorcycle

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