CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 25, 1980
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(Studio) Beginning of Korean War 30 years ago recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Seoul, South Korea) 3 year long Korean War, during which Seoul was lost to communists twice, recalled; black and white films of conflict shown. US presence in South Korea today examined; films shown. [Major General Robert KINGSTON - notes threat to security of peninsula.] Discovery of tunnels under DMZ, dug by North Koreans, and possibility of night attack discussed; assassination of President Park Chung Hee and ensuing instability in South Korea outlined.
REPORTER: Peter Collins
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