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

that the political leaders who had been forced to flee earlier had never achieved much in the free world for the cause of our country. I was convinced that I had to do better. After all, we who escaped after the Revolution were representing not only the parties which opposed the present Russian-backed regime but the entire nation. Our country, in its greatest spontaneous ballot-the Hungarian Revolution-had voted Communism out of existence, sealed its will with the blood of its youth and was trusting us to deliver this forceful message to the free world. It was beyond the scope of responsibility of any free nation to assume this problem. It was up to the conscience and guiding principle of the whole world-the U. N. This body comprises all nations, large and small, and it is the duty of each to see that justice is done. The collective responsibility involves shouldering responsibility rather than shying away from it!
I was burning with anticipation, preparing my speech day and night; putting my whole heart into it, and also the heart of the ten million Hungarians languishing in the new Communist dungeon.
The day finally came, when our delegation, Anna Kethly, General Bela Kiraly, and myself were to present testimony to the Special Committee of the U. N. in the great chamber. Anna Kethly gave her testimony on the first day while I was still working feverishly on mine, making last-minute changes, to bring out important points so that it would convey everything I felt I had to say.
January 28th was a bright winter day, but I could not see much of the streets or of the people. Finally I stood in the Chamber to deliver my message to the entire world. It was very quiet when I started. I was so impressed by the tremendous importance of the moment that I could hardly find my voice and did not dare to look away from the prepared text of my speech. It took a superhuman effort to start to speak:

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