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Vietnam War #463524

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 13, 1972
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(Studio) Provincial capital of South Vietnam, Am Loc, on verge of being taken by North Vietnam. 30,000 North Vietnam surround 3000 South Vietnam troops in city.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(An Loc, South Vietnam) An Loc under heavy shelling. Amer. air support relied on.
REPORTER: Joe Schlesinger

(Binh Long Province, South Vietnam) Base camp for drive up Highway 13 to An Loc 15 mi. away. North Vietnam on both sides of Highway 13; have held their position.
REPORTER: Arthur Lord

(Studio) Brigadier General Alexander Hague, Henry Kissinger's assistant, will head group to South Vietnam to study developments. Central highlands hit hard, highways cut. Fighting outside Fire Base Bastogne near Hue. DMZ (demilitarized zone) area quiet. Amer. B-52s bomb North Vietnam. No information on where or how much.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Lord, Arthur;
Schlesinger, Joe

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