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Inside Nevada Film Report (Part II) #198610

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 29, 1968
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(Studio) North Vietnam report follows. Roger Pic cameraman. Civilian bomb damage seen. Panhandle North Vietnam featured. All information from Pic.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Vinh, North Vietnam) Vinh destroyed by United States bombing. Ha Tinh, North Vietnam, also desolate. Rebuilding begins now that bombing halted. Cathedral of Saint Mary at Xa Doai destroyed Bombing of road used by North Vietnam to send men and supplies to South Vietnam chief objective. People return during day. [Father Tran Van SONG - explains Pics filming, in Vietnamese.] Pic said sympathetic to North Vietnam cause. Morale said high; people unemotional, vigilant.
REPORTER: Charles Collingwood Narrates

Collingwood, Charles;
Cronkite, Walter

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