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POWs / Hanoi Interview #466262

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 19, 1972
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(Studio) Last week in North Vietnam, Erik Eriksson of Sweden TV, talked with 2 United States pilots captured by North Vietnam 2 mos. ago.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Hanoi, North Vietnam) [1st Lieutenant Donald LOGAN - in response to reporter question, describes life in prisoners of war camp.] [1st Lieutenant Peter CALLAGHAN - in response to reporter question, describes food.] [Interview continues, with regard to mail from home.] Reporter asserts belief POWs in good health, condition satisfactory.
REPORTER: Erik Eriksson (Filmed by Swedish TV)

Chancellor, John;
Eriksson, Erik

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