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

policemen accompanying us. It was a glorious parade for a poor exile down the Champs Elysees. Traffic was stopped everywhere and I hope the proud Parisians forgave me for the inconvenience. All pomp and circumstance was ours. The French have a noble tradition in giving the best of these. I was slightly nervous about my speech in French. I knew how sensitive the French were about their beautiful language.
The reception itself was full style with numerous representatives of French public life present. I received a beautiful engraved bronze plaque. On the back of it the history of Paris was engraved in beautiful miniature. The inscription said, "To Jozsef Kovago from Paris." I felt deeply moved by this honor.
That evening there was a dinner in our honor. Lonci looked beautiful in her new dress from Vienna. Suddenly, during the dinner, she rose and started to leave the room. Her face was deadly pale, and she looked at me apologetically. We were all surprised and puzzled. When she reached the door, out in the corridor, she collapsed and fainted.
Everyone went to her assistance and, in a few minutes, she revived. The evening, however, was ended, for it was obvious that she needed a real rest. Our hostess warned me that I should give Lonci a chance to rest and suggested we spend a few days in Paris. I had to refuse, explaining my commitments, and telling her regretfully that as much as I would like to, I couldn't stay. Before leaving Paris, we received an official answer that the city would introduce my project at the coming meeting of the Board of the International Union of Local Authorities.
We arrived in London by air. I had to face my first press conference in English and a television interview.
We were guests of the London County Council. Mrs. Helen C. Bentwich, a charming lady, was the chairman of the L.C.C., and the whole reception was far more than I dared to expect. I was received in the study of the building of the L.C.C. The

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