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Czechoslovakia / Politics / 1968 vs. 1969 #566441

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 02, 1989
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(Malta: Garrick Utley) Disarming of private army of Communist party in Czechoslovakia reported Report introduced.

(Prague, Czechoslovakia: Garrick Utley) Reporter's reminiscences about events of 1968 in Czechoslovakia given; historical and current scenes shown in Prague, Czechoslovakia, to contrast events of these two years [Soviet General Eduard VOROBYNOV - (thru translator) says we support the new political thinking.] [Older and younger Czech WOMEN - (thru translator) comment on 1968 and today.] [Dissident recently released from prison Sasha BONDRA - compares reform mvts. of 1968 and 1989.]

(Malta: Garrick Utley) Calling of recent events in E. Europe, include Poland, Hungary, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, a "revolution" led by Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev noted.

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