NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 19, 1983
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(Studio) Opposition in West Germany, include former Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, to upcoming deployment of United States nuclear missiles there noted.
REPORTER: Connie Chung
(Cologne, West Germany) Soc. Democratic party convention here and debate on missile deployment examined. [SCHMIDT - (thru translator) feels West Germany must keep commitment to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) despite opposition to missiles.] [Party leader Horst EHMKE - believes NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) will be weakened rather than strengthened by deployment; explains.] Stance of Chancellor Helmut Kohl outlined.
REPORTER: Phil Bremen
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