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West Germany / Goppingen and American Military #119807

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 29, 1989
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(Freiburg, West Germany: Peter Jennings) Return of reporter John Martin to German town in which he served while in the military introd.

(Goppingen, West Germany: John Martin) Forty-five year relationship between town of Goppingen, West Germany, and American armed forces featured; details given, historical and current scenes shown. [WOMAN - recalls the hard times.] [Green party chairperson Raymund WIMMER - (thru translator) says Americans have wasted their time here.] [Reporter Bettina UHRMANN - comments.] [Goppingen's Mayor Hans HELLER - says Americans initiated our democrat]

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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