From the CBS radio network: (July 26th, 1953) 10:00-11:30PM EST (90 minutes). The end of the Korean War.
After 37 months of fighting, the Korean War is over.
Comments from President Dwight Eisenhower, UN report, Secretary of Defense Charles Erwin Wilson comments from Washington DC, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles speaks, George Herman reports from Korea, wrapup by Charles Collingwood.
Alexander Scourby narrates this documentary showing the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler. Produced by Henry Salomon and Richard Hanser. Musical score by Robert Russell Bennett. NBC news bulletins with Wilson Hall interrupts programming, stating that "President Eisenhower has broken off U.S. relations with Castro's Cuba." This program originally aired on March 14, 1956.
Walter Cronkite on location reports on the Indiana primaries
On NBC, interviews by Wilson Hall
Report on Robert Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy (CBS)
Demonstrations in Paris
Report on upcoming peace talks
North Vietnamese assaults near Saigon, George Severnson reports
Newsmen killed by South Vietnamese
Conviction of Muhammad Ali upheld-faces five-year prison term
90-year-old Senator Carl Hayden, Democrat, is retiring and will not run again.
Host: Walter Cronkite.
AUGUST 3, 1970 - OCTOBER 1979
Main story, The Palestinian Hijackings of three Jets to Jordan. Palestinian Guerrilla hijackers blow up a 747 in retaliation for U.S. support of Israel.
Reporting from Jordan is Wilson Hall.
Israel prime minister Yitzhak Rabin comments.
In this SPECIAL NEWS REPORT the United Nations Security Council meets on India-Pakistan conflict related to the Indo-Pakistan resolution. Debate and voting. Today the UN Security Council has adjourned with taking action on issue of a cease fire. The council is scheduled to reconvene tomorrow afternoon, December 6.
Wilson Hall Reporting.