Page 5, 18th February 1949

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Page 5, 18th February 1949 — Whilst Douglas Hyde was speaking, a young man passed up
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Whilst Douglas Hyde was speaking, a young man passed up

a note to the platform with a request for five minutes in which to speak.

He was Baron Balkanyi, a Hungirian, who recently came to Britain. He confirmed all that the speaker had said about the Communists' technique for destroying the Church, adding that any Hungarian who had known Cardinal Mindszenty and was now in possession of the facts, knew that the Cardinal would never have freely "confessed " to a Communist court.




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