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Poland #275014

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 24, 1981
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(Studio) General Wojciech Jaruzelski reported defending martial law in Warsaw Radio speech.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(London, England) General Jaruzelski's speech discussed; films shown from Polish TV. [Captain Wieslaw GORNICKI - says West media will soon be able to interview Polish citizens freely.] Papal envoy Archbishop Luigi Poggi shown mtg. with General Jaruzelski; Archbishop Jozef Glemp's remarks quoted. Resistance to martial law and continuing shortages reported; staged scenes from Polish TV shown.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

(DC) United States State Department reaction to General Jaruzelski's speech given. General Jaruzelski's motives discussed. Positions of NATO, Britain and West Germany noted.

Fenton, Tom;
Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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