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South Vietnam / Military Developments / Communist Film of Hue #37056

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 09, 1975
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(Studio) Communist forces attack 2 provincial capitals around Saigon: Xuan Loc and Tan An. Japanese Communist newspaper reports from Hanoi that when Viet Cong captured Danang, all war equipment found in working order. Refugees from Hue now being returned to their homes as rapidly as possible, according to newspaper. ABC obtains Communist film of Hue.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Occupied Hue, South Vietnam) E. German television film shows scenes of normalcy in Hue. Shops and factories appear to be reopened; telltale signs from old regime removed; leaflets explaining revolution handed out on streets. Roads are lined with refugees returning to their homes in Hue.
REPORTER: Hilary Brown (narrates)

Brown, Hilary;
Reasoner, Harry

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