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Poland #514764

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 28, 1981
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(Studio) Aides reported advising President Reagan to take firmer stand with USSR due to military takeover in Poland; letter from President Leonid Brezhnev to Reagan said precipitating aides' suggestions.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(California) Telephone meeting of Reagan, Vice President George Bush, Edwin Meese and acting national sec. adviser James Nance with regard to situation discussed; deputy press secretary Larry Speakes quoted.
REPORTER: Emery King

(Studio) End of Silesian coal miners' strike announced.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) Miners' strike and general situation throughout Poland examined; Communist party criticism of Radio Free Europe, Voice of America and Radio Liberty outlined. Photos shown.
REPORTER: James Compton

(Studio) Red Cross said sending medical supplies to Warsaw; formation and purpose of Helsinki accords recalled.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Senator testimony of Polish ambassador to United Nations Zdzislaw Rurarz examined. [RURARZ - criticizes General Wojciech Jaruzelski.] [Ambassador Max KAMPELMAN - notes seriousness of situation.]
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

(Studio) Possible NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) reaction if United States imposes sanctions against USSR cited; details given.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Compton, James;
Delaney, Steve;
King, Emery
Duration:
00:06:10

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