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Vietnam / Allies Pullout #454701

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 01, 1971
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(Studio) 5,300 Americans left Vietnam last week 196,700 there now. Australians, South Koreans and Thais also leaving.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Saigon, South Vietnam) War always portrayed as allied war. Top brass sign agreements, but less enthusiasm. General Creighton D. Abrams signs for Americans Major General Don. Dundsden signs for Australians. All his troops will be home by Christmas. Koreans and Thais, paid by Americans, may leave residual force. Allies will be in background by mid 1972.
REPORTER: Arthur Lord

Chancellor, John;
Lord, Arthur

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