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India-Pakistan / War East #455297

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 13, 1971
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(Studio) Indian troops advance to within 6 mile of Dacca. Pakistan refuses surrender. City said unnaturally calm.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Dacca, E. Pakistan) Indians bomb Dacca airports, military posts, accidentally destroy orphanage. Film of bombing shown.
REPORTER: Phil Brady

(Studio) Today Dacca quiet, Mukti Bahini guerrillas stay out of sight until Indian invasion.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Dacca, E. Pakistan) [Earlier film shown.] Dacca under siege, refugees leave city. Intercontinental Hotel hses. foreign ntls. awaiting evacuation. Trenches dug in lawn for safety.
REPORTER: John Chancellor (narrates)

(Jessore, E. Pakistan) Bangladesh sets up government after Indian capture of Jessore. Ldrs. must unite rebel forces, restore law and order in country of guerrillas.
REPORTER: George Montgomery

Brady, Phil;
Chancellor, John;
Montgomery, George

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