1963 - Assassination of John F. Kennedy: the thirty-fifth President of the United States was assassinated in Dallas (00:09:15)
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1963 - Assassination of John F. Kennedy: the thirty-fifth President of the United States was assassinated in Dallas

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United States, Dallas, 22-11-1963


John Fitzgerald Kennedy often referred to as Jack Kennedy or JFK, was the 35th (1961–1963) President of the United States. He was the youngest ever to be elected president (not to be confused with the youngest person ever to serve as president, a record held by Teddy Roosevelt), the first U.S. President born in the 20th century, and the youngest president to die. As of 2005, he was also the only Roman Catholic ever to be elected president, the last Democratic Party candidate from the North to be elected president, and the last President to die in office. Following Kennedy’s assassination on November 22nd, 1963, the world mourned his death. Presidents, prime ministers, and members of royalty walked behind the casket at his funeral. Many Americans view Kennedy as a "martyr." In a survey conducted by C-SPAN that ranked American presidents, a panel of historians rated him eighth overall and the general populace rated him twelfth of the forty-two presidents who have served. His agenda, however, was actually rather incomplete at his death—most of his civil rights policies came to fruition through his successor, Lyndon Johnson.

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Thai :

1963 ถือหีบศพในวอชิงตัน Arthur Schlesinger ลอบ สังหาร ข่าว CBS สมอ Walter Kronkite ได้ประกาศการเสียชีวิตของประธานาธิบดี อาชญากรรม ดัลลัส ดักลาส Horne มีชื่อเสียงคน มีชื่อเสียงบุคลิก ปืนพบ James R. Leavell, JF เคนเนดีในดัลลัส เจเอฟเค และ เคนเนดี Jackie ถึงในดัลลัส จอห์นเอฟเคนเนดี้ ลีฮาร์วี่ออสวาลด์เฉิงอินเตอร์ เปิด Limosine จาก Main Street, Main Street คนอยู่ภายใต้ Konfoederiertenflaggeฆ่า ความหวาดกลัวที่ พลาซ่า Daley, Pierre Salinger ตำรวจและตกใจ การเมือง ประธานาธิบดีสหรัฐ อเมริกา เจงกินส์ Ron เหมือนกันชอบชวนหาเรื่อง สามสิบห้าประธานาธิบดีสหรัฐที่ถูกลอบใน Wanted ดัลลัส สหรัฐอเมริกา,

Turkish :

1963, Washington, Arthur Schlesinger, suikast, CBS news çapa Walter Kronkite, Başkan, suç, ölümü duyurdu tabuta varış Dallas, Douglas Horne, ünlü kişi, ünlü Kişilik, silah bulunursa, James R. Leavell, Dallas, JFK ve Jackie Kennedy JF Kennedy geldi Dallas, John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, Main Street, Tsilivi, adamdan Limosine sıram Konfoederiertenflagge altında, Cinayet, panik Daley Plaza, Pierre Salinger, polis ve panik, siyaset, Cumhurbaşkanı ABD, Ron Jenkins, aynı godfather, otuz beşinci Cumhurbaşkanı Amerika Birleşik Devletleri Dallas, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri, Wanted suikast sonucu,

Sound Bite and conversation:

Leavelle, James

(Dallas Police) , speaking English:
-  "He took two steps and fired twice at Oswald. I was standing close to him my hand was handcuffed to his. I tried to pull him back, to pull him behind me, but I was too close to him."

Leavelle, James

(Dallas Police) , speaking English:
-  "As we arrived with the elevator to the basement we were exposed to spotlights. We were blinded for a moment."

Horn, Douglas

(Kennedy's doctor, 1963) , speaking English:
-  "It seems that a lot of information was missing. A lot of questions that had not been answered yet. None of the evidence showed any wound and we know that a lot of photos are missing from the prosecutor’s report. The pictures were manipulated and are put together in way that prove the statement that the assassin fired from behind."

Jenkins, Ron

(Radio speaker and eyewitness) , speaking English:
-  "He stuck to the point that he did not kill anyone and he did not know about the attempt. He said that he was not allowed to talk to his lawyer. …and that they did not arrest the assassin. He did not hurt anyone, he did not do anything.."

Jenkins, Ron

(Radio speaker and eyewitness) , speaking English:
-  "I think it was conspiracy. I was an American soldier and a very good shot. It is impossible for someone to fire like that from that point."

Jenkins, Ron

(Radio speaker and eyewitness) , speaking English:
-  "I arrived when the President was placed in his coffin. Mrs. Kennedy was standing next to him, she leaned over the President, touched his chest and his head. It was as if she were whispering or talking to him."

Pate, Sam

(witness in 1963) , speaking English:
-  "Shots were heard from several sides of the Daley Plaza. Not all of them had come from the School Book Depository."

Leavelle, James

(Dallas Police) , speaking English:
-  "He wanted to travel in an open car. On the way from Fort Worth to Dallas the sky cleared up and sun was shining. It seemed that God was smiling on him."

Salinger, Pierre

(Kennedy's Press Secretary) , speaking English:
-  "There was a letter that said: Kennedy shouldn’t travel to Dallas because strange things would happen to him and he could be murdered. I showed it to the security advisor, but not to Kennedy. They said they had taken serious safety measures. We knew that there were problems in Dallas, but everything would be all right. "

Schlesinger, Arthur

(Presidential advisor and historian) , speaking English:
-  "Kennedy was very unpopular among the white people in the South, especially because of the support of equal rights of black Americans."

Jenkins, Ron

(Radio speaker and eyewitness) , speaking English:
-  "The people were sad and silent and could not believe that something like this could happen in Dallas, in the United States."

Jenkins, Ron

(Radio speaker and eyewitness) , speaking English:
-  "I do not think that the questions of the assassination were answered. I do not think that the case is closed."

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