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Special Segment (Vietnam Ten Years After) (Part XIII) #543683

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 02, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Vietnam) Viet Cong's 1968 massacre of Hue residents reviewed; historical films, photos shown. Then-commissar Nguyen Van's claim that South Vietnamese troops killed people said contradicted by evidence. ["Washington Post" reporter Don OBERDORFFER - explains belief of deliberate massacre in Hue under cmsnts.] United States massacre of My Lai villagers in March 1968 examined. [My Lai survivor Phan Ti TRINGH - (thru translator) describes family's massacre.] Lieutenant William Calley's house arrest for My Lai, censure of United States officers and Nguyen Van's current status cited.

Brokaw, Tom;
Hart, John

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