The Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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Introduction November 22, 1963, John Fitzgerald Kennedy had five days tour in Taxes. He planned to make a speech in commercial business center in Dallas. President Kennedy was sitting in an open top limousine. The motorcade drove a very slow speed in the streets of Dallas. Many residents watched and welcomed John F. Kennedy and his wife. After making a turn in the main street, a sniper hided in the sixth floor window in the City Library, shot President Kennedy by two bullets, one on the head one on the neck. Kennedy was declared his death after sent to the hospital in half hour later, and Lyndon Johnson became the new United States president in few hours of death of John F. Kennedy. On the same day, Oswald was arrested in the few hours by policemen. Then, he was shot two days later in the building of the city police department. The one of the youngest president of the United States and the man who had to be charged with his murder, were buried in one day. John F. Kennedy mourned the world, shocked by the news of the tragedy. Oswald’s coffin was borne reporters - his funeral was attended by only a few relatives. After the assassination of President Kennedy has been almost 50 years. This tragedy were written hundreds of books, countless articles, removed a lot of documentaries and feature films. Most of the recordings made in those days, were seized consequence, and viewers will see them for the first time. Taken together, they provide a visual representation of the events that preceded and followed the tragedy of it, do we witness the last moments of the life of one of the most prominent political figures of the twentieth century and witnessed the “murder of the century.” (Kinomusorka) Discussion November 22, 1963 at 11:35 a... ... middle of paper ... ...Culture." Screen 53.3 (2012): 332-335. Bugliosi, Vincent. Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. New York: W.W. Norton & Co, 2007. Print. Ford, D. (2013). Things Don't Add Up: A Novel of Kennedy Assassination Research. iUniverse, pp.1-99, retrieved from on 25th November, 2013. Kinomusorka Kurtz, Michael L. Crime of the century: the Kennedy assassination from a historian's perspective. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1982. O'Reilly, Bill, and Martin Dugard. Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot. New York: Macmillan Audio, 2012. Internet resource.
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