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(Studio) Upcoming US-USSR arms talks in Geneva mentioned.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(London, England) Newly released cabinet documents from 1954 reported indicating Winston Churchill's concern over prospects of nuclear war. [British historian Anthony GLEES - notes Churchill addressed his fears about United States nuclear bases in England to President Dwight Eisenhower.] Churchill said among the first to express fears that Europe would become nuclear battleground for United States and USSR . [campaign. for Nuclear Disarmament spokesperson Monsignor Bruce KENT - recalls public attitude toward building nuclear arsenal in 1954.] Churchill mentioned pushing Britain to develop its own hydrogen bomb as leverage against US.
REPORTER: Steve Kroft
- Kroft, Steve;
- Schieffer, Bob
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