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Vietnam / Action / Bulldozer / Casualties / Peace Talks #621

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 21, 1968
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(Studio) North Vietnam gun crews fire rockets into headquarters of United States 1st Marine Div. near Da Nang. United States artillery hit their rocket sites; Marines flown into area. 6 enemy killed. 3 United States aircraft shot down near Da Nang Weds. 8 killed. Report on device used to find enemy.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(South Vietnam) United States and Korean Marines work together. Bulldozer levels area where enemy bunkers suspected. 2 Viet Cong killed. 2 others found alive. Woman killed.
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

(Studio) Casualties reported North Vietnam spokesperson says US-North Vietnam private talks suspended due to South Vietnam boycott of talks.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Peterson, Roger;
Reynolds, Frank

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