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Falkland Conflict #284007

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 30, 1982
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(Studio) Argentina noted claiming to have seriously damaged British ship HMS Invincible.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Studio) Govt. version of events outlined; Port Stanley said only apparent obstacle to British regaining Falklands.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(London, England) [Colonel Christopher DUNPHIE - describes recent British advances.] British advances on Goose Green and Darwin illustrated on map, discussed. [DUNPHIE - notes importance of victory.] [Voice of BBC reporter Robert FOX - describes surrender of vice commodore Wilson Dozer Pedroza.] British plans for captured troops described.
REPORTER: John Blackstone

(Hampshire, England) Death of Herbert Jones discussed; photos shown. [Tim JONES - recalls brother.] Jones' father, American citizen David B. Jones, mentioned; Jones' career outlined. [Colonel Graham FARRELL - praises Jones.] Prince Charles noted offering condolences today.

Blackstone, John;
Dean, Morton;
Spencer, Susan

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