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EPILOGUE

My original plan to seek world-wide assistance for the rebuilding of a future Free Budapest had to be shelved, for practical plans must await the solution of political problems. Still, I hope that when the appropriate time comes, the many friends of Budapest will help me to realize my dreams.
In 1958 1 was sent by the Hungarian Committee* on a goodwill tour to South America'. I visited Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, and Peru. The purpose of our delegation was to present the Hungarian cause and to discuss the threat posed by Communism. The declaration of Lima, the capital of Peru, as the sister city of Budapest was one of the memorable highlights of this tour. I will never forget the touching sympathy and deep understanding on the part of the South American people and their leaders for Hungary. It made me feel that this growing continent will always be a staunch supporter of our common cause.
In 1959 I took part in another goodwill trip as a member of a delegation of the Assembly of Captive European Nations.** We visited most of the countries of the Far East, the free nations of Asia, and Australia. During this tour we offered testimony to those countries which are prime targets of Communist imperialism, that small nations will be ruthlessly swallowed up unless they gird themselves with the spirit of true democracy. Space does not permit me to enumerate all the places we visited, nor the warm receptions we were accorded during this trip of more than 40,000 miles. It is difficult to describe what my feelings were while visiting these places, or while receiving the keys to the cities of Tokyo and of Manila, or while seeing the manifestations

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* The Hungarian Committee is an organization consisting of former democratic political leaders of Hungary, now in exile. It is the spokesman for Free Hungary. Its chairman is Mngr. Bela Varga; its vice-chairman is Jozsef Kovago.
** The Assembly of Captive European Nations is composed of free representatives of nine Eastern and Central European nations now under Communist domination. Member nations are: Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Romania.

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