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Books 121 - 130
Let justice be done

Davy William
1999

New light on the Jim Garrison investigation.

Letters to Jackie
[Condolences from a grieving nation]

Fitzpatrick Ellen
2010

Within seven weeks of the President's death, Jacqueline Kennedy received more than 800,000 condolences letters. Two years later, the volume of correspondence would exceed 1.5 million letters. For the next 46 years, the letters would remain essentially untouched.
Now historian Ellen Fitzpatrick has selected approximately 250 of these letters for inclusion in "Letters to Jackie", a remarkable human record that perfectly preserves the heart-wrenching grief and soul searching of the nation in a time of crisis.
Capturing the extraordinary eloquence of so-called ordinary Americans across generations, regions, race, political leanings, and religion - in messages written on elegant stationery, scraps of paper, in pencil, type, ink smudged by tears, and in barely legible handwriting - the letters capture what John F.Kennedy meant to the country and how his death for some divided American history into Before and After.

Long Shadows [The Farewell to JFK]

Jim Leeke
2008

USA has seldom known a time so terrible and sad as November 1963, when young President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was slain, mourned and buried.
Author Jim Leeke returns us to those four grey and cold days, the shock of a young president fallen, the strength of his black-draped widow, the mourning of the world's leaders gathered silently on an Arlington cemetery hillside as the world watched.
This book recounts the hour-by-hour drama as experienced by those in the armed services who planned the ceremonies, bore the casket, fashioned the eternal flame, and carried John Kennedy to his grave.
Especially, this is the story of the 3rd US Infantry, the "Old Guard", whose members toiled under unimaginable pressure , with little to guide them and the eyes of a nation upon them.
It was a time when everything stopped, and long shadows fell across the nation.

Mafia Kingfish
[Carlos Marcello and The Assassination of John F.Kennedy]

Davis John H.
1989

Conspiracy book.
From backcover: "This story of Carlos Marcello vs the Kennedys is the most revealing picture of the power of organized crime ever written. And it is the book that at last has an answer to the riddle of President Kennedy's assassination. A terrifying answer."

Marina and Lee

Johnson McMillan Priscilla
1977

This book is a fascinating and richly detailed history of the turbulent relationship between two young people : Russian-born Marina Prusakova and her husband Lee Harvey Oswald, the President's assassin. Thirteen years in preparation, it has been written with Marina's complete and exclusive cooperation by the one person who knew Kennedy when he was a young Senator and who also met and interviewed Oswald when he defected to the Soviet Union in 1959.

Marina Oswald : l'altra verità su JFK

  Dornhelm Robert
[director]
VHS
1992

Italian Version of a 2-hour movie for NBC.
On November 22. 1963, a 21-year-old Russian immigrant mother and housewife was thrust into a place in history when her husband, Lee Harvey Oswald, was arrested as a suspect in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Marina is seized by Dallas police and questioned. Two days later Oswald is shot dead by Jack Ruby. Barely able to understand English she enters a nightmare of interrogations about her life with Oswald: their 1961 meeting in Minsk, courtship, marriage and arrival in America in 1962, and their difficult life leading up to that fateful day. She testifies at government hearings and before the Warren Commission. Over the years Marina questions if the whole story has not been told and today still ponders for the truth.

Mary's Mosaic
[The CIA Conspiracy to murder John F.Kennedy, Mary Pinchot Meyer, amd their vision for World Peace]

  Janney Peter
2012

Based on years of painstaking research and interviews, much of it revealed here for the first time, author Peter Janney traces some of the most important events and influences in the life of Mary Pinchot Meyer - including her first meeting with Jack Kennedy at the Choate School during the winter of 1936, her explorations with psychedelic drugs, and finally how she suypported her secret lover, the President of the United States, as he turned away from the Cold War toward the pursuit of world peace. As we approach the fiftieth anniversary of President Kennedy's assassination - and Mary Meyer's - this volume adds to our understanding of both.

Master Chronology of JFK Assassination : Read Me

  Brown Walt Ph.D
E-book
2013

 "Read Me" is a preview/layout of Chronology of the JFK Assassination. The Chronology is over 32,000 pages; the most in depth, thorough and well researched work on John F. Kennedy's life, death and legacy that has ever been written. Read Me will give you a preview of the work as well as explain how to read the Chronology.
Hundreds of books have been published before this Chronology, but only a handful point toward the reality of what happened. The remainder of the works have a pre-selected “villain,” be it an individual or an amorphous group. Evidence is then cherry-picked to “prove” the pre-selected hypothesis, which is the worst imaginable heresy because that is exactly what the Warren Commission did, and countless books eviscerated that august body.
Highly respected Kennedy researcher Walt Brown took a different approach over the course of seven and one-half years. Instead of choosing the guilty, he simply put a large mass of data—the who, what, when, and where of countless events in the order they happened, and his analysis attempted to answer the tough question: Why? In so doing, certain fingerprints of guilt began to emerge and, prodded by others to suggest conclusions to a number of lingering questions, Brown offers a series of tentative hypotheses.
Books I-IV cover the years 1823 to 2013, with all data sourced and much data deeply analyzed for hidden possibilities or rejection for lack of credibility. The accompanying 15 Appendices cover a wide variety of essential material, but frequently it is material that is spread over such a vast time continuum that to make sense of it purely chronologically would be impossible. There too, the critical analysis is the bridge from the data to the reality of the events.
Fifty years have passed and an equal number of nonsensical hypotheses have been put forward. Fraudulent individuals have come forward with bizarre stories, thinking there are not enough survivors to say otherwise. That is where the historian’s craft becomes critical, and Walt Brown is not only a trained historian, but prior to the completion of his education he worked as a special agent for the United States Department of Justice.
This Chronology brings together, in just under 32,000 pages, Brown’s investigative skills, his training as an historian, his willingness to debunk the nonsense where it exists, and he does it all with the gentle wit and occasionally caustic sarcasm that have become his trademarks since he began studying President Kennedy so many years ago.

Master Chronology of JFK Assassination. Book 1: Dinasty

  Brown Walt Ph.D
E-book
2013

Book I: Dynasty (1823—November 21, 1963)
The birth of the first Kennedy to come to the United States; the second generation become saloon keepers; Joseph P. Kennedy is the third generation; his nine children create a political dynasty that will be torn apart by plane crashes, assassins, and all manner of tragedies.
Book I will conclude very late in the evening of November 21, 1963.

Hundreds of books have been published before this Chronology, but only a handful point toward the reality of what happened. The remainder of the works have a pre-selected “villain,” be it an individual or an amorphous group. Evidence is then cherry-picked to “prove” the pre-selected hypothesis, which is the worst imaginable heresy because that is exactly what the Warren Commission did, and countless books eviscerated that august body.
Highly respected Kennedy researcher Walt Brown took a different approach over the course of seven and one-half years. Instead of choosing the guilty, he simply put a large mass of data—the who, what, when, and where of countless events in the order they happened, and his analysis attempted to answer the tough question: Why? In so doing, certain fingerprints of guilt began to emerge and, prodded by others to suggest conclusions to a number of lingering questions, Brown offers a series of tentative hypotheses.

Master Chronology of JFK Assassination. Book 2: Death

  Brown Walt Ph.D
E-book
2013

Book II: Death November 22nd—November 24, 1963.
John F. Kennedy is killed in Texas; controversies spring up over his remains, his successor’s swearing-in, a dubious autopsy, the arrest of one suspect; large groups attempt to interrogate the suspect; equally large groups attempt to transfer him, but he becomes the first person murdered—and silenced—on live television; the nation recoils in horror. A local thug, captured immediately, insisted he killed the suspect to prevent Mrs. Kennedy from returning for the trial.
The President’s remains lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda.

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