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World War II 40 Years Later (Part I) #302293

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 01, 1985
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(Studio) World War II battles on Corregidor, at Cologne, Germany, and Iwo Jima reviewed; war footage shown. World War II's lasting impact on Americans discussed. [Historian James PATTERSON - considers econ impact of World War II on US.] War's effect on gross national product described. [PATTERSON - cites war's impact on women's expectations of economy equality.] [Joan CZERNIENSKI - recalls uniqueness of women in the workplace, its lasting effect.] [PATTERSON - discusses unifying impact on nation] [Tony LaVER - recalls espirit de corps among Lockheed test pilots.] No. American casualties in WW II and continued debate over use of atomic bomb to end war considered.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Rather, Dan

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