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Vietnam / Peace Talks / Action #198479

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 20, 1968
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(Studio) American and North Vietnam fail to meet for 3rd week Rptd. South Vietnam will soon send delegation to Paris. North Vietnam attacks United States infantry camp North of Saigon. 20 enemy killed. Report on Sunday action.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Fire base Sue, South Vietnam) Routine same in Vietnam. Mbrs. 1st air cavalry division trying to help stop attack on Saigon. 2 of 4 company cmdrs. of unit die in past 2 weeks Gunships rake area. Men clear area. Copters bring supplies. [Battalion Cmdt. Lieutenant Colonel Addison DAVIS - says enemy hasn't changed tactics or deescalated. Our activity picked up.]
REPORTER: Don Webster

Cronkite, Walter;
Webster, Don

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