NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 16, 1979
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(Studio) Among many effects on West Germany of broadcast of television movie "Holocaust" is noted to be move in parliament to extend law re: prosecution of Nazi war criminals, due to run out this year
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Bonn, West Germany) Effect of "Holocaust" on West German people described. [WOMAN - comments.] Public debate over worth of film, whether it should have been shown and whether law with regard to prosecution of Nazi war criminals should be extended detailed. Parliamentary decision noted to be coming up later in year Chancellor Helmut Schmidt's comments about movie quoted. Film reported to be dramatized account of Jewish family's fate in Hitler's Germany.
REPORTER: Gene Pell
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