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PART III - SEARCHING FOR HELP
CHAPTER 3 - THE CHAMBER WAS EMPTY ...

of the IRC and Leo Cherne, Chairman of the IRC. There were also newsmen and photographers, and flashbulbs were popped but the over-all tone was one of extreme friendliness.
I hardly had time to shake hands with most of the people before I was ushered into a limousine dispatched by New York's Mayor Wagner. We drove to Mr. Buttinger's apartment which was to be our first home in America.
Lonci and Catherine, both tired and worn out, soon fell asleep. I was too excited to sleep. It was hard to believe that I was in New York. I tried to rest, but when the moon came out I felt myself drawn to the window. Below me was Central Park, radiant in the light of a full moon. In the background were the contours of the skyscrapers, like huge building blocks set up by playful giants.
I can not remember distinctly the days that followed. I was overwhelmed by this great country and virtually besieged by my compatriots.
The day that stands out in bold relief, however, was the one when I was received by Mayor Wagner of New York in the City Hall of the greatest city of the world. The mayor of the city apparently wielded greater power than rulers of several small countries.
I had many discussions with leaders of different exiled Hungarian groups and was particularly interested in the opinions of the former political leaders of my country, who had lived for several years in the U. S. I also met several old friends who, though they were not politicians, could give me a picture of how this part of the world felt. The picture was not very encouraging. They said that while we had the sympathy of the entire free world, we could not expect much beyond that. They thought that we were already late. The Hungarian Revolution had been written off as a current political asset, and had become a case for charity.
I did not believe this. In the past I often resented the fact

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