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Czechoslovakia / Protests #566041

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 26, 1989
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(Prague, Czechoslovakia: Tom Brokaw) Czechoslovakia's government in crisis featured; scenes shown from large protest in Prague, Czechoslovakia, by the Czech pro-demo. movement

(Prague, Czechoslovakia: Tom Pettit) Protest rally led by "cheerleader" Alexander Dubcek featured. [DUBCEK - (thru translator) says we must go forward.] Jeering of Prime Min. Ladislav Adamec noted. [POLICEMAN - (thru translator) apologizes for beating of crowds by riot police.] File pictures shown of November 17 incident in Prague. [On street, MAN - comments.] Mood in Prague and planned general strike described.

(Prague, Czechoslovakia: Tom Brokaw) Pro-demo. movement called a work in progress.

Brokaw, Tom;
Pettit, Tom;
Williams, Mary Alice

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