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Hiroshima Anniversary / US-USSR Relations #305686

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 05, 1985
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(Studio) Lasting international impact of United States atomic bombing of Hiroshima 40 years ago today noted; USSR 's effort to exploit anniversary politically described. Films shown. [President REAGAN - defs. Harry Truman's decision.] White House correction to President's response to USSR invitation for nuclear weapons moratorium reported.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Hiroshima, Japan) United States bombing here reviewed. [Observation plane pilot George MARQUARDT - explains his response to event.] Historical films and photos shown. [SURVIVORS - (thru translators and in English) describe bombing, injuries.] [Enola Gay crew member Bob CARON - recalls post-bombing feelings.] [1955, co-pilot Bob LEWIS, today, pilot Paul TIBBETS - describe their responses.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg

(Studio) Hiroshima's commemoration services noted, shown, Upcoming item announced.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Goldberg, Bernard;
Schieffer, Bob

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