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NBC Reports: Beyond The Missile Crisis #659496

NBC Special for Wednesday, Dec 28, 1983

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  • NBC news special program entitled "Beyond the Missile Crisis," which focuses on German public anxiety surrounding the deployment of Pershing missiles there, hosted by Marvin Kalb.
  • Taped footage of interviews and statements from Egon Bahr, Mayor Manfred Rommel, Richard Loewenthal, Erhard Eppler, West German Defense Minister Manfred Werner, Gen. Bernard Rogers, Ekkehart Krippendorf, Karl Keiser, Lutz Berthold, Jurgen Flimm, Helmut Gollwitzer, Siegfried Vergiels, Franz Alt, Heinrich Boll, Telle Garlip, Richard von Weizs├Ącker, Franz Josef Strauss, Michael Koritz, Harold Dorn, and Andreas Loska.
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