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Mideast War / Golan Heights / Sinai #467199

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 11, 1973
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(Studio) In Mideast war, Israel claims victory in Golan Heights. Israel rptdly. pushes Syrians back into own cntry.; Israelis follow along road to Damascus. Syrians claim heavy fighting conts. in Golan Heights. Israeli defense minister Moshe Dayan states Syrians almost wiped out.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Golan Heights) Israeli air support backs up Israeli offensive. Quneitra retaken by Israelis.
REPORTER: Jim Hartz

(Studio) On south front in Sinai desert, Israel not fighting as well against Egyptian forces. Israeli commandos report raiding Egyptian hold on Egyptian side of Suez Canal. Egyptians claim Israeli armored unit near Qantara destroyed.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Suez Canal) Egyptian film shot early in war released today. Troops shown crossing Suez Canal without opposition. Egyptians still in Sinai desert; claims outlined.
REPORTER: George Montgomery

(Sinai) Egyptians make 2 bombing runs; Israel drives bombers away. Sinai front action reduced; Golan Heights front most significant.
REPORTER: Sy Pearlman

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Hartz, Jim;
Montgomery, George;
Pearlman, Sy
Duration:
00:05:40

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