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Fulton, Missouri / Cold War / Churchill's Speech Anniversary #165662

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 09, 1996
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(Studio: Judd Rose) Report introduced.

(Fulton, Missouri: Bob Jamieson) The 50th anniversary of the speech by post- World War II speech by Winston Churchill in which he coined the phrase "Cold War" featured; scenes shown from Fulton, Missouri, now and in 1946. [Fulton resident Frances ALEXANDER - remembers the day of Churchill's visit.] [At Westminster College on March 5, 1946, CHURCHILL - says "an Iron Curtain has descended across the continent.] [Historian John RAMSDEN - says the Cold War began in Fulton.] [Fulton farmer John GUTHRIE, journalist David BRINKLEY, in speech today, former British Prime Minister Margaret THATCHER - comment on the historic event.]

Reporter(s):
Jamieson, Bob;
Rose, Judd
Duration:
00:02:50

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