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Foreign Aid / Senate / Cambodia #454563

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 29, 1971
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(Studio) Senator votes for arms aid to Greece; unlike House Senator rejects motion to cut arms aid to Cambodia. Report on American Ambassador to Cambodia made.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Phnom Penh, Cambodia) Ambassador Emory C. Swank shown signing aid agreement with Cambodia in June. Swank and others tried to keep costs down and get guerrilla outfits equipped. Gens. pushed for huge Cambodian Army. 153 Americans work here; 43 oversee distribution of military equipment. No. Americans working here is double what United States embassy says. American's presence and involvement grown. More aid will be needed.
REPORTER: Phil Brady

Reporter(s):
Brady, Phil;
Chancellor, John
Duration:
00:02:50

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