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Falkland Islands Crisis #879234

NBC Special for Friday, May 21, 1982

  • Coverage of the Falkland Islands Crisis, "It's Now A Real War".
  • Reporters: Roger Mudd / Tom Brokaw / George Lewis / James Compton / Jim Cummins / Bob Jamieson / Bill McLaughlin / John Palmer / Richard Valeriani / Stephen Frazier / Don Porter / Fred Francis / Dan Molina / Marvin Kalb
  • Video: Tom Delaney, NBC Correspondent in Buenos Aires / Ian McDonald, British Ministry of Defense / Brian Hanrahan reports from the South Atlantic / Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher / British Foreign Secretary, Francis Pym / UN Secretary General Perez de Cuellar / Excerpts of UN Security Coucil meeting to discuss crisis in the Falkland Islands / Secretary of State Alexander Haig / William D. Rogers, Former Asst. Sec. of State for Latin American Affairs / Prof. Riordan Roett, Johns Hopkins University/ Dean Fischer, State Dept. Spokesman / Report on US Military Aid to Britain / William Clark, Nat'l Security Advisor / Reports on the war's effect on British and Argentine economies
  • Contributor: Adm. Stansfield Turner, Former CIA Director
  • Interview: Rep. Michael Barnes, Maryland
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