National Geographic : 1957 Mar
+ Little Sandor, Two Hours Free, Hides in a Cup of Hot Chocolate Looking for more face, I circled the boy several times, but all I could see was cup, cap, and ears. + Volunteers from many lands joined to welcome the Hungarians in Andau. Italian Red Cross girls made sandwiches. An Englishwoman and her Danish assistant assigned cots in the village school. This German Red Cross worker served choco late through the window of an abandoned laundry building. Cold and tired. I asked her, "Do you have a hot chocolate for a reporter?" "Ja, ja," she replied in a motherly tone. "Sit and drink and rest." Meanwhile, Hungarian women changed their babies and stitched torn clothes. Others slumped against a wall and fell asleep with heads on knees. A few stared ahead vacantly.