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The Assassination of JFK: Minute by Minute By Jonathan Mayo,

  • Title: The Assassination of JFK: Minute by Minute
  • Author: Jonathan Mayo
  • ISBN: 9781780721859
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is the story of JFK s assassination as told from the frontline it is about the people from the highest to the lowest who were caught up in that four day whirlwind in November 1963 From Dallas nightclub reporter Tony Zoppi, who found himself carrying the president s casket Secret Service agent Clint Hill beating his hands in despair on the trunk of the limousineThis is the story of JFK s assassination as told from the frontline it is about the people from the highest to the lowest who were caught up in that four day whirlwind in November 1963 From Dallas nightclub reporter Tony Zoppi, who found himself carrying the president s casket Secret Service agent Clint Hill beating his hands in despair on the trunk of the limousine as he watches Kennedy die Howard Brennan, a construction worker on a lunch break watching a man take aim on the motorcade with a rifle reporter Hugh Aynesworth with only an electricity bill on which to write notes for the scoop of his career DJ John Peel a few feet from Oswald as he s questioned by the press to Robert Kennedy sitting in the dark in the back of an empty army truck, waiting for his brother s body to arrive The Assassination of JFK Minute by Minute is pure chronological narrative, giving a blow by blow account of the terrible events as they unfolded.
    The Assassination of JFK Minute by Minute This is the story of JFK s assassination as told from the frontline it is about the people from the highest to the lowest who were caught up in that four day whirlwind in November From Dallas nig

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    1. A fascinating account of the week President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas Texas Covering the presidents arrival in Love Field all the way through to his heartwrenching funeral Anyone who is interested in the assassination should read this as it is full of little details that really stick with you Accounts from all sides including secret service agents, Dallas police department members, the Kennedys, the Oswalds and many others give you an all round experience of the magnitude of the assassi [...]

    2. Brilliant and refreshing No conspiracy theories, just notes and statements from real people involved in the assassination and by standers observations This genre is totally out of my comfort zone and not something I would usually read to be honest, I picked up in the local library for my Husband who is intrigued by the subject and thought I would check out a few chapters to see if he would like ite rest is history I couldn t put it down Obviously the murder of JFK will have people theorising for [...]

    3. After already reading a Mayo book, I feel I knew what to expect from this read A very factual account of the events surrounding the assassination of JFK including the time each event took place I loved Hitler s Last Day as it gave some really interesting facts and facts that maybe wasn t that widely known, however, this book seems to be very straightforward and includes nothing that hasn t already been written before I did enjoy the book despite giving it a 3 star rating and it did only take a c [...]

    4. A 2013 publication, appearing just in time to cash in on the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination I can t recommend this effort from the B.B.C s Jonathan Mayo In his Acknowledgements the author thanks his mother, and to my father who passed on to me a passion for history he d have loved this book Well, only if he knew nothing about the events in Dallas in 63.A quick scan down Mayo s Bibliography shows a list of authors not to be trusted in their research Aynesworth, Bishop, Blaine, Bugliosi [...]

    5. This book covers four days, three murders and looks a dozens of witnesses who all played a small part in this historic event An interesting chronological narrative of the events surrounding the assassination of JFK I listened to the BBC Radio 2 documentary which this book ties in with and I hoped that the book might give me a little information but it appeared to be almost a copy of the documentary Setting aside that disappointment I did find this book a pacey interesting insight into what happ [...]

    6. A fairly basic account of what went on that weekend in 1963 You can really sense the panic, confusion, sadness and anger that prevailed A decent book for anyone being introduced to the events but don t expect any theory, analysis or debate.

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