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

whole European community. Previously I had never strayed, nor even tried to think beyond its frame. My whole upbringing, schooling and discipline were so typically European that it was very difficult to realize that I would be living outside of this world of my father, my teachers, and my culture. Still I felt that I must take this step to find the answers to the burning problems of my country. I felt as if I was taking the bleeding heart of Hungary with me.
We had failed in our effort. The diplomacy of the free nations, the resolutions of the U. N. did not achieve anything, but if I could just describe to the U. N. firsthand experiences, what really happened in Hungary-if we, the few remaining representatives of the only legal government of Hungary, the government of the Revolution, could testify and acquaint the world with the brutal injustice and cynical defiance that had taken place, the conscience of the U. N. would be so aroused that even the Soviet government would have to retreat.
This was the most important task. For this I was willing to leave home, country, and continent. This task dwarfed in importance all the previous plans for helping free Budapest. Without success in this present endeavor there would be no Free Budapest for a long, long time.
I turned to Lonci.
" Well, this will be quite a trip. Are you happy that we are going to America at last?" I asked her.
" You know well that's hard to be happy anywhere but at home. At least in America we will live without fear," she answered.

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