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Sunday Cover (Vietnam War: Tet Offensive Anniversary) #347206

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 31, 1993
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(Studio: Connie Chung) The 25th anniversary of the Tet offensive in the Vietnam war featured; 1968 battle scenes shown from the campaign in South Vietnam that brought the power of the war into American television. The legacy of the battle and the war examined. [Vietnam journalist and author David HALBERSTAM, Kennedy School of Government retired General Bernard TRAINOR, Vietnam Veterans Foundation of America Bobby MULLER - assess the significance of Tet.] [In 1968, CBS anchor Walter CRONKITE - says the war will end in a stalemate.] Reaction of President Lyndon Johnson to Tet recalled. [March 31, 1968, JOHNSON - says he will not run for another term.] [HALBERSTAM, TRAINOR - reiterate the message about that war.] Warning from the Pentagon that intervention in Bosnia could lead to another Vietnam noted.

Reporter(s):
Chung, Connie
Duration:
00:03:50

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