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Vietnam / End of War / Prisoners of War Release #469474

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 29, 1973
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(Studio) Last American POW's freed in Hanoi.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Hanoi, North Vietnam) North Vietnam official tells reporters POW's well-fed, given good medical care, etc. [POW Major Richard JOHNSON - says has seen no papers. Doesn't know what has been happening.] Major William Ellender says some POW's angry about tour of prison by reporters because prisoners of war life misrepresented by guards. Commander Alfred Agnew last prisoners of war to be released.
REPORTER: Liz Trotta (filmed by Chris Callery)

(Clark AFB, Philippines) Last 67 POW's arrive Philippines. Captain Keith Lewis returns on crutches. Lieutenant Paul Granger greeted by sister Kris at Clark AFB. Lieutenant Commander Alfred Agnew last off plane. [AGNEW - says POW's happy to be home.]
REPORTER: Phil Brady

(Studio) Captain Robert White only man still held by Communists He is to be released next week
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Brady, Phil;
Chancellor, John;
Trotta, Liz

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