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London Visit / Buckingham Palace / BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) Talk #3971

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 25, 1969
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(Studio) President Nixon spends 3rd day of trip in London.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(London, England) Nixon goes to Buckingham Palace for lunch with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. 1st time live television cameras allowed inside palace. Nixon takes seat in House of Commons. P.M. Harold Wilson answers questions on British policy. No cameras allowed in House Nixon talks with conservative party leader, Edward Heath. Nixon and Wilson rptedly. didn't discuss French-British squabble. After visit to Tomb of Unknown Soldier, and Westminster Abbey, Nixon talks to BBC. [NIXON - hopes young boys he saw in choir don't have to go through war. Laying foundation for peace.] Nixon greets people. To leave for Bonn, West Germany tomorrow.
REPORTER: Bill Beutel

(Studio) Coverage continues tomorrow.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Beutel, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank

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