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Falkland Islands Crisis #879190

NBC Special for Saturday, May 01, 1982

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  • Falkland Islands Crisis. Coverage of "War in the South Atlantic". Reporters: Roger Mudd / Tom Brokaw / James Compton / Brian Hanrahan / Richard Valeriani / Bob Jamieson / Robin Lloyd / George Lewis / Judy Woodruff / Marvin Kalb / Kenley Jones / Jim Bitterman
  • Video: Francis Pym, British Foreigh Secretary / Caspar Weinberger, Secretary of Defense / Former US President, Jimmy Carter / President Ronald Reagan / Dr. Harold Blakemore, Institute of Latin American Studies / Philip Knightley, Author of "The First Casualty"
  • Contributor: Grp Cpt David Bolton, United Services Institute / John Browne, member of British Parliament
  • Excerpt of Honduran Airline highjacking story- all hostages released
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