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Vietnam War #219225

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 14, 1971
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(Studio) Firebomb burns vehicles in Saigon, South Vietnam, outside church where Senator George S. McGovern meeting with students; United States military vehicles firebombed in Saigon, Hue, South Vietnam; McGovern says General Creighton West Abrams doesn't think US residual force will remain in South Vietnam after United States withdrawal; 5 United States copters lost in Mekong Delta, Cambodia.

(Ba Ray, Cambodia) Graves of Ba Ray villagers killed by Viet Cong during 14 mos. occupation unearthed by Cambodian troops; 180 bodies found so far; Buddhist law requires bodies be cremated.
REPORTER: Jeff Williams

Hart, John;
Williams, Jeff

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