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Vietnam / Fighting / Relocation / Withdrawal #1844

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 1968
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(Studio) American troops kill 29 enemy in clashes N.W. of Saigon. Montagnards have been relocated from infiltration sites.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Vietnam) Villagers in infiltration rtes. forced to provide food and manpower for enemy. Villagers taken to new location by copter. Their village destroyed.
REPORTER: Bill Brannigan

(Studio) Hd. of American pacification program in Vietnam, Robert Komer, says there's hope for end to war, though there's much to be done. Survey made in Saigon to see if United States troops can be withdrawn without hurting war effort.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Brannigan, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank

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