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Lee Harvey Oswald: 48 Hours to Live: Oswald, Kennedy, and the Conspiracy that Will Not Die By Steven M. Gillon,

  • Title: Lee Harvey Oswald: 48 Hours to Live: Oswald, Kennedy, and the Conspiracy that Will Not Die
  • Author: Steven M. Gillon
  • ISBN: 9781454912514
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
  • What did Lee Harvey Oswald do in the 48 hours after he shot President John F Kennedy This riveting companion to the upcoming History Channel documentary follows Oswald in the immediate aftermath of the assassination, searching for the answers to the questions that have troubled America for a half century Did he actually pull the trigger Was he alone And if so, why StWhat did Lee Harvey Oswald do in the 48 hours after he shot President John F Kennedy This riveting companion to the upcoming History Channel documentary follows Oswald in the immediate aftermath of the assassination, searching for the answers to the questions that have troubled America for a half century Did he actually pull the trigger Was he alone And if so, why Steven M Gillon, Scholar in Residence at the History Channel, explores the possibility that Cuban intelligence officials may have encouraged Oswald to commit the crime and promised to help him escape Gillon recreates in painstaking detail the long interrogation sessions and reveals that many of the police officers who witnessed the sessions were convinced that Oswald had received special training He was simply too good at deflecting questions, too smart, too confident With new information from recently declassified documents, and revealing photos and documents, these pages offer a refreshingly new and complicated portrait of the man who assassinated President John F Kennedy.
    Lee Harvey Oswald Hours to Live Oswald Kennedy and the Conspiracy that Will Not Die What did Lee Harvey Oswald do in the hours after he shot President John F Kennedy This riveting companion to the upcoming History Channel documentary follows Oswald in the immediate aftermath of th

    One thought on “Lee Harvey Oswald: 48 Hours to Live: Oswald, Kennedy, and the Conspiracy that Will Not Die”

    1. The only thing books on Oswald and the Warren commission do is leave us with questions in mind One shooter or two Was it a conspiracy Was it the Cubans Was it the mafia I have always wondered how Oswald could have been such a good shot The vehicle was moving and yet he was such an expert marksman that he was able to shoot the president in the head He was a total screw up in the military, but was able to become an expert marksman there Something stinks And I know times were different, but Jack R [...]

    2. Unfortunately, this book reads like a cheap knock off of Hellhound on His Trail The Stalking of Martin Luther King, Jr and the International Hunt for His Assassin trying to do the same thing for JFK s assassination that Sides did for MLK, but without either Sides attention to detail or his ability to make all his disparate strands of narrative into something coherent.I also admit, I got off on the wrong metaphorical foot with Gillon because he starts the book with an anecdote about Fidel Castro [...]

    3. I was a conspiracy theorist since 11 22 63, believing the mob set Oswald up as the patsy he proclaimed he was , but this book and the accompanying television special helped convince me that this was no grand plot cooked up by numerous foreign enemies, the CIA, LBJ or Italian gangsters I always wanted to know what went on in that Dallas police station during the 48 hours Oswald was in custody, and this book gives a nearly minute by minute account of the interrogations, the visits from his family [...]

    4. I found this to be an interesting account of Lee Harvey Oswald One of the things that made it especially interesting is that it focuses on the final 48 hours of Oswald s life, along with what was occurring in the country during this time Some of the things discussed in the book are familiar to any person who enjoys studies history This includes Oswald s departure from the book depositary building, his time in Russia, Officer Tippit s murder, and Jack Ruby to name a few thing However, the book gi [...]

    5. I thought that Lee Harvey Oswald 48 Hours To Live was a great book that gave a very clear perspective on the events surrounding John F Kennedy s assassination The subject of Kennedy s assassination has always fascinated me, and this book gave me all of the information that I could ever need It was very detailed and specific I loved how the plot perfectly walked me through the events that happened that day and the motives behind it You could see the time and effort that was put into each sentence [...]

    6. Book Lee Harvey Oswald 48 Hours to Live Author Steven Gillon This book is a informational book focused on the two days of investigating and the interrogation of Lee Harvey Oswald The beginning is how it all started, the assassination of President John F Kennedy It explains how the assassin escapes, and is cought by the Dallas police The second part is when the interrogating begins, one of Dallas best investigators, this amazing interrogation investigates LHO This man is not giving anything up fo [...]

    7. not a bad read, very easy Just not sure if this offers anything other than a succinct factual memoir of the 2 days following JFKs assassination Maybe that s all this book intends to be, as the author seems to have made a career on books around this moment in history If that is the case, there is nothing wrong with this book I think I started it expecting some new twist or chapter in the great conspiracy Really, it s just a detailed description of the last 48 hours of LHO s life Interesting, just [...]

    8. Oh, not another book on the Kennedy assassination Yep and, this one covers the period of time between Oswald s shooting and his shooting death by Jack Ruby It was written entirely by the author s research and he cites written and oral references and draws appropriate conclusions It also provides insight into a short period of history and illuminates facts not previously known I liked the read listen and will look for of Gillon s books.

    9. NCOwn in paperback.FS In October 1977, John F Kennedy Jr traveled to Havana to interview Cuban leader Fidel Castro for a feature in his new magazine, George LS Fifty years later many questions remain unanswered.

    10. Excellent bookThis is a very balanced book that takes a factual approach to Oswald s last 48 hours The video and audio are a plus I also saw The History Channel documentary based on the book They go well together.

    11. Was there a conspiracy YES.Did Lee Oswald act alone No.Did Jack Ruby act out of impulse Hell no.Was it all mapped out Absolutely yes.Did they silence Lee and then Jack YES.Enjoyed it a lot There were not any new information in it but it was really presented neatly and well.

    12. Good, not great Was expecting something probably a description of why most of conspiracy theories are incorrect than just a description oh oswald s final hours, but it was ok

    13. Even though I don t think Oswald was the shooter, and this author does, I still enjoyed this book As usual, I always learn something new.

    14. Interesting read, could have benefitted from some better editing I m always put off by typos, but I still enjoyed it Not exactly tons of new info, but presented well.

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