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Energy Crisis / Europe #467733

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 1973
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(Studio) Arab oil cutbacks and complete embargos in Europe feared.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) Londoners expect severe oil shortage. Emergency steps taken to conserve energy reviewed.
REPORTER: George Montgomery

(Bonn, West Germany) Oil shortage not at crisis level yet, although emergency measures in effect already. Prime Min. Willy Brandt announces Sunday driving to be prohibited. Car owners must cut traveling, 62 m.p.h. speed limit enforced.
REPORTER: Liz Trotta

(Paris, France) Strong ties with Arabs keep French from worrying about oil supplies. Preferential treatment promised France. France considers cntry.- wide 60 m.p.h. speed limit, but plan only under consideration.
REPORTER: Bernard Kaplan

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Kaplan, Bernard;
Montgomery, George;
Trotta, Liz
Duration:
00:03:30

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