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9 thoughts on “ Track 7 - Walter Cronkite - Cronkite Remembers (CD)

  1. Walter Cronkite was a very good reporter. That's what all that "most trusted man in America" stuff boils down to: He was authoritative. You could depend on him to tell it like it was.
  2. Apr 29,  · April 29, / PM / CBS Walter Cronkite, who covered the war in Vietnam from overseas and the CBS News anchor chair, described April .
  3. Jul 29,  · Cable News Network will enlist former CBS newsman Walter Cronkite as co-anchor for its coverage of John Glenn's return trip to space aboard space shuttle Discovery; Cronkite .
  4. Jul 18,  · AP Photo, File. This July 1, file photo provided by CBS shows TV Washington newsman Walter Cronkite. Famed CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite, known as the 'most trusted man in America' died Friday.
  5. Jun 01,  · In Walter Cronkite Remembers, Cronkite recounts the journey of his life and his extraordinary career in broadcasting He gives a vivid account of his early days as a World War II correspondent at Normandy and Nuremberg. He retells the highlights of four decades spent behind the anchor desk at the CBS Evening News.3/5(3).
  6. Jul 16,  · CBS News relives the momentous moon walk as told by two legends: Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong and "CBS Evening News" anchor Walter Cronkite – the man who made history and the man who.
  7. Secrets of the Dead: JFK 1PM Central Standard Time Fifty years after the tragic shooting of President John F. Kennedy, JFK: One PM Central Standard Time, a Secrets of the Dead special, delivers a minute-by-minute account of what happened in the CBS newsroom from the moment the President was shot until Walter Cronkite's emotional pronouncement of his death, one hour and eight minutes later.
  8. Published by the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, Conversations with Cronkite gives readers a rare glimpse into the life and times of Walter Cronkite in his own words. The book contains selections from interviews between the legendary journalist and an experienced oral historian-Cronkite.
  9. Shortly before 7 that evening, The Beatles watched themselves on the "CBS Evening News With Walter Cronkite" while relaxing in their Plaza Hotel suite. As they exited the plane, Cronkite stated that, "The British invasion this time goes by the code name Beatlemania. D-Day has been common knowledge for months, and this was the day.".

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