Tragedy In Beirut #659486
NBC Special for Sunday, Oct 23, 1983
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Live NBC news special program entitled "Tragedy in Beirut," which covers the bombing of a military barracks in Beirut, Lebanon in which hundreds of U.S. and French military servicemen were killed, hosted by John Palmer. With reports and analysis from Vic Aicken, Jim Bittermann, Jack Reynolds, Chris Wallace, John Dancy, and Marvin Kalb.
Live footage of interviews with Adm. Stansfield Turner and Senators Joseph Biden and Charles Mathias.
Taped footage of interviews and statements from Col. Tim Garrity, French Defense Minister Charles Henru, President Ronald Reagan, and Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger.
- Aicken, Vic;
- Bittermann, Jim;
- Reynolds, Jack;
- Wallace, Chris;
- Dancy, John;
- Kalb, Marvin
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