George Bush Speeches and Interview At Pearl Harbor Ceremonies #650033
CNN Special for Saturday, Dec 07, 1991
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of George Bush speeches at the fiftieth anniversary of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor (Hawaii) commemoration ceremonies, which include the participation of Chief Navy Chaplain David White, Admiral Charles Larson, attack survivors retired Captain Donald Ross and Lenore Rickert, and speeches by Defense Secretary Richard Cheney and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Colin Powell. Live interview by Charles Bierbauer (CNN) with George Bush. Coverage includes interviews with attack survivors Bob Gordon and Michael Savarese, and Colonel David Burpee. Analysis includes the participation of naval historian Norman Friedman and Professor Nathaniel Thayer. Taped segment re: 12/7/41 attack on Pearl Harbor with Wolf Blitzer (CNN), Frederick Parker of the National Security Agency, Paul Stillwell of the US Naval Institute, Powell, and former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Thomas Moorer.
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