In 1958, Vonnegut’s sister died of cancer, which was seemingly timely with her husband’s death-by-train-crash only hours earlier. Vonnegut adopted three of his sister’s four children, adding to his three biological ones at the time. Vonnegut is given a total of seven. In 1965 Vonnegut was the teacher of the University of Iowa’s Writer’s Workshop, and had separated himself from his family in order to support them. This may have contributed to him and his wife’s estrangement in 1970.
A shot entered his upper back, penetrated his neck, and exited his throat. Lee Harvey Oswald was captured eighty minutes after the assassination for killing a police officer, later that evening he was charged with the murder of Kennedy and Tippit the police officer. Oswald's case never officially made it to trial because two days later, while being escorted to an armored car to be transferred to Dallas County Jail, he was shot and killed by Jack Ruby. The official investigation was established by President Johnson on November 29th 1963, a week after the assassination. The commission was headed by Earl Warren, Chief Justice of The United States and became known as the Warren Commission.
The public was outraged that President Kennedy was murdered and wanted an explanation. President Lyndon B. Johnson set up the Warren Commission lead by Earl Warren to head investigation. The Warren Commission concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin in the murder of John F. Kennedy. Lee Harvey Oswald had a major role in the assassination of Pres... ... middle of paper ... ...ce to support a conspiracy. A conspiracy of that level takes months to plan.
In 1944 George Orwell and his then wife, Elieen O 'Shaughnessy, adopted a child. A year after hi wife died during an operation. In 1946, the same year he wrote 1984 and was also very ill, he married Sonia Bronwell. He says 1984 was so gloomy because of his illness. He died in January 1950 on the island of Jura off the Scottish Coast.
In 1949, the United State... ... middle of paper ... ...n Massachusetts. In 1953, Kennedy married Jacqueline Kennedy. They had their first child, Caroline Kennedy, in 1957 and their second child, John Kennedy Jr., in 1960. They had another child named Patrick Bouvier, but he died a few days after birth. Kennedy had to have back surgery and in 1954.
Statesman and 35th U.S. president (1961-63), born on May 29, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts; the second of Joseph and Rose Kennedy's nine children. Kennedy was the youngest man elected president of the United States, dying from an assassin’s bullet after serving less than one term in office. Kennedy attended private elementary schools, including a year at Canterbury School in New Milford, Connecticut, and four years at Choate School in Wallingford, Connecticut. He spent the summer of 1935 studying at the London School of Economics. He entered Princeton University but was forced to leave during his freshman year because of an attack of jaundice.
Growing up in a working-class family, Lennon was only with his parents for awhile, then he moved in with his Aunt Mimi after his parents split up. In the book John Lennon “imagine” it says, “John’s middle name was given to him in honor of Britain's recently appointed prime minister, Winston Churchill.” (Burlingame, pg.6) John’s parents, Julia and Fred Lennon, separated when he was two, and John’s mom was hit by a bus and killed when he was 17 years old. His mom hadn't been around that much but was missed greatly after the tragedy. John Lennon had two wives. “Lennon had married Cynthia Powell in August 1962 and they had a son together who they called Julian, named after Johns mother.
Nicholas Joseph Fury was born in late November 1919 in Hell's Kitchen, New York City. He was the first children to ace WWI fighter pilot Jack Fury and his first wife Maria. Jack and Maria would have two more children, a son Jacob in 1922, and a daughter Dawn in 1924 before Maria died in 1925, from complications due to a bout of scarlet fever in her youth. Jack remarried within a year and a half, maladjusted from life back from war and unable to care for three children on his own. But Jack died shortly thereafter, in September before his eldest's tenth birthday.
The baby's name was Christian Welty, the same name of his father, and he lived only fifteen months. In 1924, the next family member who died was Eudoras sister who was stillborn. To be stillborn is to be born dead. In 1931, Christian Welty dies of leukemia. Eudora saw her father die during a blood transfution as her mother layed beside him.
B- Summary Of Evidence Born October 18, 1939, Lee Harvey Oswald was born, just two months after the death of his father (Waggoner 27). His youth was spent switching between living with his mother, his aunt, various relatives’ homes and living in many New Orleans Orphanages (McKinley 106). The only father figure Lee ever had in his life, Edwin Ekdahl, was his mother’s third marriage in 1945, which only lasted a few years and later ended in divorce. However, during this time in which his mother had been remarried, Lee’s two brothers, John and Robert, were sent away to Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, a military school in the fall of 1945. They had removed themselves from the family and it was Lee who was left all alone (Bugliosi 518).