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EPILOGUE

Obviously, neither the Hungarian problem nor my story ended with my testimony before the U. N.'s Special Committee. By the time I had concluded my speech, the visitors and delegates had returned, and this attentive audience was visibly impressed by the tragic facts I had to present to them.
It is a matter of historical record that the U. N.'s Special Committee and the General Assembly tried valiantly, but without success, to intervene in the brutal oppression of Hungary. It is also a matter of historical record that the Hungarian puppet government continues to follow the Moscow line and has added to its ignominious behavior the executions of Imre Nagy, of General Pal Maleter, and of a large number of Hungarian patriots.
In the months that followed, I travelled extensively throughout the United States with the help of the IRC. Wherever I went I was received with friendship and understanding by the warmhearted people of this country, by mayors of cities, governors of states, and other distinguished personalities. I felt honored by these receptions and by the keys of various cities that were given to me; but what really attracted me to this country was its sincere sympathy toward my nation and its cause.
I felt that the friendship of the American people and of its government would be a great asset in the endeavor which I intended to carry on in behalf of my nation. I met old friends, made new ones, and was able to establish a home for my family.

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