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Czechoslovakia / Censorship / Refugees #1982

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 04, 1968
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(Studio) Czech newspapers and radio and television stations can no longer use words "occupation" or derivatives. They can't popularize neutrality, play up UN Security Cncl or report critical commentaries from abroad. Many Czechs go abroad.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Prague, Czechoslovakia) Visas being freely granted by Austria. People filmed from rear to prevent interrogation. Train station shown.
REPORTER: Russell Jones

(Czechoslovakia - Austria Border) No way to tell how many left country or how many stayed on in Austria.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Vienna, Austria) Austria and International Red Cross converts gymnasium into place for Czechs to stay. Most Czechs who've left are intellectuals. [BOY - says he feels Russians shouldn't do it. Thinks he'll go to United States of America and Chicago. Not happy but looking forward to it. Left puppy behind. Misses cntry.; maybe can go back someday.]
REPORTER: Bill Beutel

Beutel, Bill;
Jones, Russell;
Reynolds, Frank

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