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World War II / D-Day / Normandy / Clinton #357612

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 06, 1994
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(Normandy: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Omaha Beach: Mark Phillips) A salute to history on D-Day's 50th anniversary featured; scenes shown of the returning veterans, marching parades and the cemeteries. [VETERAN, President CLINTON, Queen ELIZABETH II - make speeches.] [Two VETERANS, vet's WIFE - express emotions.]

(Normandy: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Normandy: Rita Braver) The president, as commander-in-chief, at the D-Day ceremonies featured; scenes shown from the cliffs of Normandy and the United States cemetery in Colleville, France. [Twice, CLINTON - speaks to the American veterans.] [On "This Morning", CLINTON - comments on military service.] Clinton's aim of showing the American people he knows what it means to be commander-in-chief noted.

(Normandy: Dan Rather) The veterans' view of Clinton presented; scenes shown from Normandy of the president and the veterans. [VETERAN - comments.] [CLINTON - speaks to the veterans.] [Two VETERANS, vets Al UNGERLEIDER, Claude OWENS, Bob SLAUGHTER - back the president.] Clinton said planning to meet with French President Francois Mitterrand tomorrow before returning home.

Braver, Rita;
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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