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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.
(Moscow: Preston Mendenhall) The World War II story of "Jumpin' Joe" Beyrle, an American soldier from Michigan who was captured by the Germans after D-Day & later joined Soviet troops fighting for Berlin, presented; scenes shown of Byerly in Moscow & his funeral at Arlington National Cemetery. [May 8, 2004, BEYRLE - talks about his experience; states he did his duty.] [Deputy US ambassador John BEYRLE - talks about his father's special bond with the Russians; recounts his father's will to survive.]
- Seigenthaler, John;
- Mendenhall, Preston
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