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Cambodia / Government Shake-Up / Fighting Continues #481675

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 1975
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(Studio) Sweeping shake-up of government occurs in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Small number of Americans, British civilians and Philippine ntlists. evacuated. Shelling of airport conts., stopping some United States airlifts bringing rice to city. Govt. shake-up brings about resignation of Cambodian commander in chief, but Lon Nol still President
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Prek Pnou, Cambodia) Insurgents have surrounded Prek Pnou. Govt. troops attempt to drive off insurgents; government seems to have decided massive offensive operations needed to keep Cambodia together.
REPORTER: Jack Worth

(Studio) American ambassador John Gunther Dean rptdly. suggested to Washington, DC that

Chancellor, John;
Worth, Jack

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