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Stalag 17 #276987

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 10, 1981
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(Studio) 36th anniversary of Nazi Ger. surrender in WWII noted. Camp Stalag 17 recalled. Stalag prisoners of war inmates' reunion reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Prevost, Pennsylvania) Reunion scenes shown. [Bill DAILEY and another MAN - recall war times.] Play "Stalag 17", written by 2 POWs, recalled. Scenes shown. Dog tags shown. [Fred WEISER - shows souvenirs.] [Roger HUGHES - recalls Easter 1945.] Experiences recalled. [Ralph TARR - recalls wooden bread.] [Former Camp Leader Joe KURTENBACH - recalls POWS' strength.] [Fred De ROLF - recalls bugs in soup.] [Vince PALE - recalls getting shipments of hockey sticks and toilet paper, instead of expected food.] Unpleasant memories also noted.
REPORTER: Chris Kelley

Dean, Morton;
Kelley, Chris

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