Former communist Dr Edith Bone is back from Hungary after 7 years in gaol.
DR EDITH BONE RELEASED FROM BUDAPEST AFTER 7 YEARS IN GAOL.
CV. Hungarian born British woman Dr Edith Bone who is finally released from Hungarian gaol after 7 years, smiling and listening to reporter. GV. Interviewer and Dr Bone, looking at a newspaper. CV. Dr Bone. Natural sound begins:
Interviewer: "Do you think the Russians will succeed in imposing their will on Hungary?" Dr Bone: "I don't think so. Of course, I don't think the Hungarians can resist by the force of arms, such immense superiority forces which the Russians possess. On the other hand, I don't believe that a government which is merely the agent of a foreign invader or a foreign conqueror can rule a country against the will of 98 per cent of its population."
Interviewer: "After all the things you have seen, do you still believe communism can bring happiness to the human race?"
Dr Bone: "Alas no! I have seen it bring advantages to a small section, but certainly not happiness to the vast majority of those whom Communism claims to service - the working population!"
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