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1967, January 29  -  Epoca

     

    

Original. Italian magazine.

In a special 12 pages coverage, "Epoca" prints the tirth part of Italian version of the book "Death of a President" by William Manchester.

In the cover page, a photo of President Kennedy .

1967, February 5  -  Epoca

           

Original. Italian magazine.

In a special 10 pages coverage, "Epoca" prints the fourth part of Italian version of the book "Death of a President" by William Manchester.

In the cover page, a photo of President Kennedy with his son John-John at end summer 1963.

1967, February 12  -  Epoca

            
 

Original. Italian magazine.

In a special 10 pages coverage, "Epoca" prints the fifth part of Italian version of the book "Death of a President" by William Manchester.

In the cover page, a photo of Air Force One flying from Dallas to Washington.

1967, February 19  -  Epoca

           
 
 

Original. Italian magazine.

In a special 10 pages coverage, "Epoca" prints the sixth part of Italian version of the book "Death of a President" by William Manchester.

In the cover page, a photo of Lyndon Johnson and his wife with Jacqueline Kennedy in Dallas after the assassination.

1967, November 5  -  Lo Specchio

            
 
 

Original. Article from Italian magazine LO SPECCHIO (Nov.5,1967).

"Jacqueline corre in Cambogia"
Extract from article: "Jacqueline arrived in Rome on Saturday October 28 from USA. She stayed two days in Rome before leaving to a trip to Thailand and Cambogia to attend celebrations to remember JFK.
There were rumors she was close to engage with Michael Forrestal and that he was going to join her in Bangkok.
At Fiumicino she was received from Spanish Ambassador in Vatican, Mr Garrigues."

1967, November 24  -  Life

Original.
In a special 17 pages coverage, "Life" present two insights into the tragedy the took place in Dallas on Nov.22, 1963:

"WHY KENNEDY WENT TO TEXAS"
The Governor of Texas, who accompanied President Kennedy throughout the fateful visit, sets the record straight on a controversial and widely misreported aspect of the event.

"LAST SECONDS OF THE MOTORCADE"
Life has previously published the famous Zapruder film, showing the actual assassination. In this issue, on pages 87-97, is a portfolio of hitherto unpublished pictures, taken by bystander, of the last moments of the motorcade in Dallas and then the return to the White House in Washington.  
 

1967, November 30  -  Panorama

          

Original. Italian Magazine "PANORAMA".

Three pages articles in the fourth anniversary of JFK Assassination:

"Tre Assassini a Dallas" (Three assassins at Dallas?") - 2 pages
about Thompson's book "Six seconds at Dallas" and his conspiracy theory.

"Crede nel rapporto Warren la'voce' di Kennedy" ("Kennedy's "voice"  believes in Warren report") - 1 page
Interview to Pierre Salinger, who was White House Press Secretary with JFK, who supports the conclusion of the Warren report. 
 

1968, June 14  -  Time

            

Original.
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n the cover "Robert Kennedy".
Historical issue of Time, the week after Robert Kennedy's assassination (June 6,1968).

The cover was painted by Louis Glanzman, whose last previous portrait for TIME was of Charles de Gaulle (May 31). Glanzman, assigned to do Kennedy's portrait eight hrs after the shooting in Los Angeles, found the commission an almost painful personal experience. When President John F.Kennedy was assassinated, the artist worked all night on a portrait - for himself - as a kind of catharsis for his grief. This time, faced with a hard deadline, he also worked the night through. "I was glad to have the chance" he said "I had to get it out of my system".

1968, June 17  -  Newsweek

  

Original.
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n the cover "Robert F.Kennedy 1925-1968".
Historical issue of Newsweek, the week after Robert Kennedy's assassination (June 6,1968).

31 pages of this issue are fully dedicated to the assassination.

1968, November 1  -  Life

Original.

On the cover "Jackie's Wedding".

Cover 8-page article by Paul O'Neil : "For the beautiful Queen Jacqueline, Goodbye Camelot, Hello Skorpios"

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