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Greece / Papadopoulos / Caramanlis #241204

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 1975
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(Studio) Greek government begins trial of ex-Premier George Papadopoulos and 20 ex-army officers charged with 1967 overthrow of Greek democrat
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Greece) Papadopoulos takes full responsibility for coup d'etat. Report on changes.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd (narrates)

(Athens, Greece) Plate-smashing and dancing to once-forbidden music allowed, Caramanlis invites all political ptys. to express themselves, When Caramanlis and government sworn in, he had major in parliament. Voters abolish monarchy, Newspapers and television free. [Newspaper editor Helen VLACHOS - says can say what she wants and not be persecuted.] Tourists back in great numbers Demo, reduced economy tensions. Greeks take over American base but Am aircraft can still use it. Am, embassy tries to restore relations with Greece. Dictators now on trial,
REPORTER: Dean Brelis

Brelis, Dean;
Mudd, Roger

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