Archives For John F. Kennedy


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Retro News Wednesday Just For You

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

1) Sgt Pepper It Was 40 Years Ago Today 1 Hour BBC

2) 1920s news report

3) 1920’s News Reel

4) The great depression – Industrial news (1930s)

5) Sexist 1930s Newsreel: “Lady Lifeguards”

6) The Famous 1930s Skyscraper Daredevil – Dangerous New York Stuntsman ‘Ben Dova’

7) “Sing, Sing, Sing,” By Benny Goodman

8) Famous express trains leaving London railway stations, 1930’s – Film 33327

9) Famous People 1930s Joe Louis, Walt Disney, Lawrence of Arabia Collectibles / Memorabilia

10) History Of Fashion – Episode 3: The 1930s


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Retro News Wednesday Just For You

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

1) President John F. Kennedy’s 51st News Conference, March 6, 1963

2) Ronald Reagan – Rich Should Pay Taxes

3) 100 Years Ago Today – March 20, 1913

4) Air Crash Investigation: Swissair Flight 111 ‘Fire In The Cockpit’

5) Dead Baby Comes Back To Life

6) Woman’s Skin Turns Silver For 60 Years – Rosemary Jacobs

7) Walking dead: Girl comes home after she was buried

8) 4 Yr Old Has The Same IQ As Einstein, Bill Gates & Stephen Hawking

9) IQ Test: 10 Questions

10) Lee Harvey Oswald Assassinated By Jack Ruby 50 Years Ago Today On November 24th 1963


1) ‘JFK’ – a tribute song by Tiffany Lunn

2) (JFK) Funeral march to capitol (1963)

3) JFK Jr: Why He Had To Be Eliminated

4) Eisenhower Speaks About Murder of JFK (1963)

5) RFK to Johnson: “Why did you kill you have my brother killed

6) Honoring JFK at

Dealey Plaza in Dallas to go quiet at time Kennedy was shot

http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/22/us/kennedy-anniversary-events/

President John F. Kennedy greets supporters during his visit to Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday, November 22, 1963. This month marks 50 years since his assassination in Dallas, an event that jarred the nation and fueled a multitude of conspiracy theories about whether Kennedy was killed by a single gunman acting alone in the Texas School Book Depository. Here are some images from that fateful day as it unfolded.

7) Kennedy murder a breakpoint in time

Paul Giamatti played Abraham Zapruder — who captured the assassination on film — in “Parkland,” one of the films released this year centering on Kennedy’s death.

http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/2013/11/21/jfkculture/DVRfL7q9mwOC5bedgaKMzL/story.html


Jack Ruby files revealed for first time in nearly 50 years