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Vietnam Remembered (Part I) #302859

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 08, 1985
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(Studio) Prince Norodom Sihanouk's role in Vietnam war recalled. US experience in Vietnam reviewed; war films shown. [Vet. Steve CASTILLE - recalls arriving in Vietnam.] [Vet.'s MOTHER - can't forget son's death.] [Vet. Jeffrey JOHNSTON - notes lasting effect of Vietnam war, injury on him.] [VET., veteran's COUSIN - comment on experience's lasting bitterness.] Hoped for psychological effect of Vietnam memorial recalled. [PEOPLE - describe war's impact on them, their losses.] [Vietnam VETS. - resent system under which they fought; refer to Eisenhower's domino theory; war s death toll.] [Former POWs Neal JONES, uniden. POWs - consider mistakes made by United States in Vietnam war.] [Linda ARCHER - fears feeling brother's death was in vain.] [Vet. Tom BRENNER - resents society's lack of support for vets.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:06:00

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