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Commentary (Czechoslovakia) #1938

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 03, 1968
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(Studio) Chief Czech television news, Kamel Winter established free news and commentary for awhile. After invasion, he and cohorts fled Prague and continued free radio operations until Soviets located them.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(London, England) Czechoslovakia seems more entrenched in Warsaw Pact than ever. No loud voice will be heard in Prague for long time. Cntry. is allied with its oppressors. All Czechs and Slovaks know that alliance guarantees as little freedom as an alliance with Hitler. Neutrality will remain in peoples' hearts and minds.
REPORTER: Kamil Winter

Reynolds, Frank;
Winter, Kamil

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