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Bush / European Trip #82531

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 01, 1983
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(Studio) Vice President George Bush's visit to Berlin Wall noted, shown; his arrival in the Netherlands and that cntry.'s divisiveness over NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) deployment of new nuclear missiles mentioned. Birth of anti-nuclear movement in Europe noted occurring in Amsterdam; current status of Dutch approach to issue examined. [For. minister Hans VANDENBROEK - thinks USSR would be foolish not to take advantage of situation.] City of Venraij's opposition to locating missiles nearby noted; mayor's remark cited. Role of Dutch church in anti-nuclear movement discussed. [Father BREUNMASTER - notes parishioners' objection to missiles.] [STUDENTS - discuss weapons issue.] [Peter JACOBS - opposes missiles.] [WOMAN - notes Denmark has no nuclear weapons.] One couple's stance on missile issue discussed; photos of Venraij at end of World War II shown.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

Jennings, Peter

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