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NBC Evening News for Friday, May 09, 1975
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(Studio) Alabama Governor George Wallace quoted as telling group of foreign reporters that US may have fought wrong people in World War II. Wallace holds news conference last night to clear up matter.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Montgomery, Alabama) [WALLACE - says United States foreign policy of last 50 years failed somewhere because American involved in 4 wars; believes each could have been prevented. Thinks World War II outgrowth of ntlism. brought on by impoverished German nation. Wishes United States had cultivated friendship of Japanese people before World War II. Japan and Germany anti-Communist in World War II.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) Wallace fails to comment on remarks made with regard to Sweden in World War II; details given.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John

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