NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 08, 1988
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.
(Elsinore, Denmark: John Cochran) Issue of whether Denmark can remain in NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and reject nuclear weapons reported; scenes shown from Elsinore Castle. Split within Denmark over ban on nuclear weapons discussed. ["Weekendavisen" ed.-in-chief Toger SEIDENFADEN - says people favor NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) but don't like nuclear weapons.] [USS Iowa captain Rear Admiral Gerald GNECKOW - says United States Navy policy neither confirms nor denies presence of nuclear weapons on any ship.] Statue of Hamlet shown and Shakespearean allusions with regard to issue examined.
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