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George Bush Speech Re: Liberation of Kuwait #1005327

CBS Special for Wednesday, Feb 27, 1991

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  • Live CBS coverage and analysis of George Bush speech re: the liberation of Kuwait and the terms of peace with Iraq.
  • Coverage and analysis includes the participation of anchors Charles Kuralt and Dan Rather (in Kuwait City), Correspondent Erik Engberg and CBS Military Analyst Colonel Mitch Mitchell (Ret.) in Saudi Arabia, Bob Schieffer, CBS Analysts General George Crist (Ret.) and General Michael Dugan (Ret.), and Speaker of the House Tom Foley (D-IN).
  • Dan Rather's report features the anchor touring the devastation in Kuwait City following seven months of occupation.
  • Reporter(s):
    Engberg, Erik;
    Schieffer, Bob

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