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Vietnam / Offensive #224207

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 06, 1972
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(Studio) South Vietnam paratroopers occupy Quang Tri city airport and power station, but steer clear of heavily fortified citadel. North Vietnam fire on South Vietnam reinforcements e. of city with American-made tanks captured earlier. Communists shell Hue, but only 1 casualty results.
REPORTER: Charles Collingwood

(Hai Lang, South Vietnam) Refugees who remained when North Vietnam took over Quang Tri Province say Communists did not bother them. North Vietnam change tactics, however, and force some civilians to move to North Vietnam. They escape and flee south across partially built bridge, under enemy fire.
REPORTER: Don Webster

Collingwood, Charles;
Webster, Don

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