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Divided Germany #303964

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 04, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(German Border) (Temporary audio loss) Kassel, West Germany, and Erfurt, East Germany, compared as exs. of post-war economy and political dvts.; films, photos shown. [John Ken. GALBRAITH - recalls Germany's destruction in World War II.] [Christian Democratic party spokesperson Walther Leisler KIEP - notes Germans are paying price of Hitler's war.] [Kassel STUDENT - explains purpose of not forgetting events of World War II.] Erfurt teacher's skewed instruction on USSR liberation of Germany outlined. [Kassel STUDENT - notes United States economy and military security.] [East German STUDENT - (thru translator) appreciates security future, resents travel restrictions.]
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely

Blakely, Derrick;
Schieffer, Bob

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