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In response to a special request by representatives of POW/MIA families and consented to by the Nixon Estate, three Prisoner of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA) taped conversation segments, totaling approximately 41 minutes, were released on September 29, 1997.

  • These segments are all available on one reference cassette

POW/MIA Transcripts Date:   March 22, 1973

  • Cassette Number / Minutes:   E501 (10 minutes)
    Conversation Number:   442-22   |   Adobe Acrobat PDFTranscript
    Location:   Old Executive Office Building
    Participants:  
    • President Nixon
    • Brent G. Scowcroft

  • Cassette Number / Minutes:   E501 (8 minutes)
    Conversation Number:   887-19   |   Adobe Acrobat PDFTranscript
    Location:   Oval Office
    Participants:  
    • President Nixon
    • Brent G. Scowcroft
    • Ronald L. Ziegler

POW/MIA Transcripts Date:   April 11, 1973

  • Cassette Number / Minutes:   E501 (23 minutes)
    Conversation Number:   893-13   |   Adobe Acrobat PDFTranscript
    Location:   Oval Office
    Participants:  
    • President Nixon
    • Roger Shields

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