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Energy Crisis / Netherlands, West Germany, Italy #226856

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 25, 1973
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(Studio) 3 cntrys. struck hard by energy crisis discussed.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Rotterdam, Netherlands) Dutch peddle more, drive less, since total Arab oil embargo still in effect. Car sales down; temperatures down.
REPORTER: Peter Kalischer

(Bonn, West Germany) West Germany's biggest shortage isn't fuel, but manpower. Fear of shortage pushes up home heating oil fuels and gasoline.
REPORTER: John Sheahan

(Rome, Italy) Crisis hits deep in Italy. Econ. hurt badly. Kerosene in short supply; fuel shortages for trucks mean shortages on many items in grocery stores.
REPORTER: Winston Burdett

(Studio) Things aren't much better in Britain.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(London, England) English flock to record shops to buy song about Britain's problems and her desire to stick it out. "Merry Christmas Everybody" played.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt (narrates)

Burdett, Winston;
Kalischer, Peter;
Kuralt, Charles;
Sheahan, John

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