NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 30, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Vietnam) Intentional and unintentional monuments to Vietnam war and country's history of warfare examined; films shown. Ho Chi Minh recalled. United States bombing of North Vietnam compared with that during World War II. Sentiments of several Vietnamese (named) toward United States bombings discussed. [CMDR. - (thru translator) questions Richard Nixon's perception of Vietnam war.] (5:45:20-5:46:10 - broadcast interrupted by local weather bulletin.) Vietnam's recycling of war debris for industrial purposes discussed.
REPORTER: John Hart
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