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President Richard M. Nixon

United States President Richard M. Nixon makes a national radio address from Washington, D.C. on February, 25, 1971 to report on the world situation as of that date.  The President said that the Vietnam war is slowly winding down as far as United States involvement is concerned.  Nixon also warned that the Middle East could be far more explosive than Vietnam because it involves all the major powers in the world.<br />
Credit: B.E. "Gene" Forte / CNP
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Nixon State of the World Message
United States President Richard M. Nixon makes a national radio address from Washington, D.C. on February, 25, 1971 to report on the world situation as of that date. The President said that the Vietnam war is slowly winding down as far as United States involvement is concerned. Nixon also warned that the Middle East could be far more explosive than Vietnam because it involves all the major powers in the world.
Credit: B.E. "Gene" Forte / CNP

Filename: 022571Nixon_Address.jpg
From gallery: President Richard M. Nixon
Source: Consolidated News Pictures
Date: 25 Feb 1971
Location: Washington District of Columbia United States of America
Credit: B.E. "Gene" Forte / CNP
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