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Vietnam / Thuong Duc / Khe Sanh / Drama Teams #399

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 07, 1968
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(Studio) South Vietnam troops move out from Thuong Duc and seize 5 nearby villages. No trace of 8,000 North Vietnam. American Marines return to Khe Sanh, South Vietnam, after leaving it in July after siege. To search out enemy in area.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Ben Hai, South Vietnam) Mbrs. cultural drama teams teach songs to children. Wandering troubadours traditional. Teams spread political ideas. United States Information Agency pays for team shown. Girl sings song about hard life of Viet Cong soldier. Teams also perform for adults. Viet Cong attacks on teams stepped up.
REPORTER: George Allen

Allen, George;
Reynolds, Frank

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