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Vietnam War / West Virginia Community #547345

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 11, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Winfield, West Virginia: John Hart) Vietnam war's lasting effect on community examined as illustrated by death of Roger Byus. [Byus' MOTHER - describes continued effort to cope with son's death.] [Deputy sheriff Bill GILLESPIE - recalls Byus.] [Draft board clerk Maxine ROBERTS - recalls strain of sending draft notices.] [Byus' MOTHER - comments.] [Tommy BYUS - notes Vietnam war's damage to his family.] [Sister Ruth Ann, county clerk Charles FARLEY, newspaper publisher John ROBINSON -agree Vietnam was senseless.] [VETS. - debate local monument issue.] [Sheriff Dave ALFORD - explains starting cnty.-wide campaign for monument.] [Tommy BYUS - comments.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Hart, John

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