NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 27, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(No location given: Tom Brokaw) The acknowledgement of the sinking of the British transport ship HMT Rohna after 57 years of silence featured; details given about the loss of 1,015 American soldiers in 1943; war footage shown. [Veteran Al STEPHANONI - describes the scene.] [Veteran Bill CASKEY - describes the last words of some who died.] [Veteran Bob BREWER - says he saw the guided missile; says many people never knew what happened to loved ones because of the news blackout.]
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