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Briefly: Wellington Papers / Mardi Gras / Rhodesia / Dubs Funeral #502957

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 20, 1979
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(Studio) Reports with regard to British government's purchase of papers of 1st Duke of Wellington, who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo; Mardi Gras officials' contingency plans for big parade on Saturday, if New Orleans police strike isn't ended; black guerrillas' attacks on airports in Salisbury, Rhodesia; and burial of slain United States ambassador to Afghanistan Adolph Dubs in Arlington National Cemetery in service attended by Vice President Walter Mondale, Mrs. Rosalynn Carter and Secretary of State Cyrus Vance. Film shown.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John
Duration:
00:01:10

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