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West Germany / Hitler's Birthday #326514

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 17, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Berchtesgaden, West Germany: Doug Tunnell) April 20 reported 100th anniversary of Adolf Hitler's birth; details given, scenes shown from Berchtesgaden, West Germany. Right-wing parties reported winning local elecs. Chancellor Helmut Kohl's stance on extremist parties noted; Ronald Reagan's visit to Nazi cemetery in 1985 recalled. "Der Spiegel" article with regard to Hitler and neo-Nazism in West Germany discussed. [Pol. activist Dan. COHN-BENDIT - explains Hitler's growing approval rating.] [Former Nazi ofr. Franz SCHONHUBER - denies that he is a Nazi.]

Rather, Dan;
Tunnell, Doug

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