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Vietnam / Prisoners of War Release #469525

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 05, 1973
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(Studio) 30 American POW's, 2 Germans and 2 Filipinos released in Hanoi by VC. In South Vietnam Communist members Joint Mil. Commission say will boycott Commission mtgs. until South Vietnam begins to cooperate on exchange Vietnam POW's. United States says this should have no effect on further American prisoners of war releases.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Clark AFB, Philippines) POW's flown from Hanoi to Clark AFB. Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos and wife greet plane. [Captain Stephen LEOPOLD - says people can't know how good it is to be free and to be home.] German nurse Monika Schwinn only woman POW. sergeant Bill Baird descends plane ramp on crutches. Ofr. Roy Ziegler lost wife while POW. 2 Filipino civilian POW's reunited with families.
REPORTER: Bob Jones (Air Force film)

(Studio) An. military pilots who have been flying into Hanoi to pick up POW's have been buying souvenirs while there.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Jones, Bob

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