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Elliott, Osborn (Editor)

Published by Newsweek, Inc., Dayton, Ohio (1963)

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About this Item: Newsweek, Inc., Dayton, Ohio, 1963. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. AZ1 - Magazine has wrinkling, crease, rubbing, a few tears, bumped corners, significant discoloration, and light shelf wear. Newsweek (Vol. LXII, No. 23, December 2, 1963). John Fitzgeral Kennedy 1917-1963. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # EC18752BB

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NEWSWEEK MAGAZINE, Illustrated by 1917-1963

Published by December 2, 1963 (1963)

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About this Item: December 2, 1963, 1963. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: None. 1917-1963 (illustrator). Soft Cover. Good/None. 10 1/2" - 13 1/2". 94 pages. Seller Inventory # 000128

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George P. Hunt, editor; Theodore H. White et al;

Published by Time, Inc., New York, New York (1963)

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About this Item: Time, Inc., New York, New York, 1963. Pictorial Wraps. Condition: Very Good. First printing. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small folio, 13 1/2" tall, 160 pages, wire saddle stitched, illustrated wraps. A very good, clean, neat magazine overall with minor shelf wear, rubbing at the spine, with a small address label, interior binding solid. This issue includes dozens of full page color ads for automobiles, home appliances and consumer products. Seller Inventory # 46093

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various authors)

Published by Newsweek, New York (1963)

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About this Item: Newsweek, New York, 1963. Softcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. Illustrated Throughout (illustrator). First American Edition. very good in softcover; photo of Kennedy on cover; Seller Inventory # 50265B

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Blair, Clay, editor

Published by Curtis Publ, Philadelphia (1963)

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About this Item: Curtis Publ, Philadelphia, 1963. Magazine in color illus wraps, saddle-stapled, w bright Norman Rockwell cover portrait of John F. Kennedy. Very Good unmarked w light edgewear, corner crease. Issue dedicated to JFK assassination, plus other articles. 10-1/2 x 13-1/2, 84 pp, b/w & color photos, ads. Seller Inventory # 4820

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Profiles In Courage: Young Readers Edition: Kennedy, John F.

Kennedy, John F.

Published by Harper & Row (1963)

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About this Item: Harper & Row, 1963. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Weiss, Emil (illustrator). Illustrated Edition. Young Readers Hardcover Edition, Harper Printing Code M-N (December 1963). Original 2.50 price intact on jacket, Harper Blue Ribbon Seal sticker on front jacket and spine. Blue and red boards show shelf wear, dust jacket has small creases/tears and is now protected by a removable, non-damaging, archival mylar cover. Pages are clean and unmarked, binding is tight and secure. We provide original pictures of all items - Please review these pictures prior to purchase, as the item pictured will be the exact item of which you will receive. All items are used and purchased from previous owners and such, may have been previously stored in a pet-friendly or smoke-friendly environment. This item ships in a secure, padded box with tracking numbers provided to ensure easy, safe and fast delivery. Seller Inventory # 000730

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KENNEDY - IN MEMORIAM) Rockwell, Norman (cover illustration).

Published by Philadelphia. 12-14- 1963. (1963)

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About this Item: Philadelphia. 12-14- 1963., 1963. wrappers. December 14, 1963 issue of the magazine, 84 pp, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Faint musty odor, partial address label and abrasion to bottom of front cover, wear to covers including tears and creases; long tear to mid lower edge of first five pages, otherwise good condition. Color portrait of John F. Kennedy by Norman Rockwell on the front cover. Many articles relating to the assassination. Seller Inventory # 32538

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Smith, Mildred C., Ed.

Published by NY R. R. Bowker Co., 1963. (1963)

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About this Item: NY R. R. Bowker Co., 1963., 1963. 8vo., 108pp., soft cover. Illustrated. Contents include: "Bookmaking: Typography and The Reader" and "John F. Kennedy, 1917Ð1963" both by Chandler B. Grannis. Spine and covers rubbed, some internal as well as external ink. Ex-libris Chandler B. Gran nis. Seller Inventory # 18739

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LOOK

Published by LOOK MAGAZINE, U.S.A. (1964)

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About this Item: LOOK MAGAZINE, U.S.A., 1964. Paperback. Condition: Very Good (-) Book. No Jacket. First Edition First Printing.. Secure binding with clean pages and light cover wear, small tear bottom rear cover. About 13 x 10-1/2 with 122 pages. Has picture of John Kennedy & son on cover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall Size: Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Magazine. Seller Inventory # 111014842

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About this Item: Kennedy Galleries, N .Y., 1963. Softcover journal, 6" x 9", covers are near fine, text is fine, pp., 65-112, with black-and-white illustrations numbered 64-121; introduction by Rudolph Wunderlich f 4 oz. Seller Inventory # 007751

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Published by New York (1963)

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About this Item: New York, 1963. Magazine. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1917-1963, Odd Edge to Print Job Front Cover, Possibly Misprint!. Seller Inventory # 254290

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Look Magazine

Published by Look Magazine, NY (1963)

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About this Item: Look Magazine, NY, 1963. Staple Bound. Condition: Good. (USA) Crease to cover, small tear to leading edge, lower corner of first leaf has a small moisture stain, Good used copy., Paper cover showing the White House with Christmas decoratons, 74pp. B&W and colour photos and illus, A Christmas Message from Jacqueline Kennedy; Lyndon Johnson; Side Effects of Medications; Christmas in Wales with recipes; Sandy Koufax; Daniela Bianchi, James Bond's girl i From Russia, With Love. (2.0 JM FO 20/0 Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Periodical. Seller Inventory # 61248

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Waldron, Lamar & Thom Hartmann

Published by Carroll & Graf Publishers, New York (2005)

ISBN 10: 0786714417 ISBN 13: 9780786714414

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About this Item: Carroll & Graf Publishers, New York, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-. First Edition; First Printing. DJ shows light shelf wear, short tear base of spine.; A bright, solid book, dustjacket in Mylar, unclipped. ; 9.06 X 6.06 X 2.28 inches; 904 pages; "Ultimate Sacrifice reveals, for the first time, John and Robert Kennedy's plan for a coup in Cuba on December 1, 1963 — a plan that involved a U.S. military invasion. Unique, distinctly different, and far more advanced than any previously disclosed operation, this plan is corroborated by many declassified military and CIA documents that have never been quoted in any book before. It provides the missing piece of the puzzle regarding JFK's murder, and explains why Bobby Kennedy told close associates that the Mafia was behind his brother's assassination.The Mafia had managed to infiltrate the Kennedys' intended coup. Ultimate Sacrifice describes and documents an attempt they made to kill JFK in a motorcade several days prior to Dallas. This attempt had more than a dozen parallels to Dallas.Building on the work of the seven governmental committees that investigated aspects of JFK's assassination, the four million documents that were declassified in the 1990s, and exclusive interviews with many Kennedy insiders, the authors are able to tell the full story of these incidents.". Seller Inventory # 17994

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Look Magazine

Published by Look Magazine, NY (1963)

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About this Item: Look Magazine, NY, 1963. Staple Bound. Condition: Good. (USA) Creases to cover, Good used copy., Paper cover showing President Kenndy with John Jr. 122pp. B&W and colour photos and illus, Birmingham city; Kennedy and John Jr,; Gone with the Wind Millions; Hugh Downs; Giants football; French canadian revolt: FLQ; (2.0 JM FO 20/0 Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Periodical. Seller Inventory # 61249

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About this Item: Condition: Used: Very Good. Very good condition book. We ship with free delivery confirmation and in bubble envelope. Seller Inventory # plainview308

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Charles River Editors

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ISBN 10: 198403782X ISBN 13: 9781984037824

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. *Includes pictures of important people, places, and events. *Includes Bibliographies for further reading. The 20th century was a tumultuous century that saw technology take man from the ground to the Moon and make war possible on a global scale. It also produced 2 of the most shocking events in American history, the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor and the assassination of JFK, two flashpoints that everyone remembers hearing about. During World War II, the free world hung in the balance as the totalitarian Axis powers sought to usher in a new world order, and two key turning points helped bring America into the war and ultimately win it. All Americans are familiar with the day that will live in infamy. At 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor, the advanced base of the United States Navy s Pacific Fleet, was ablaze. It had been smashed by aircraft launched by the carriers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. All eight battleships had been sunk or badly damaged, 350 aircraft had been knocked out, and over 2,000 Americans lay dead. Indelible images of the USS Arizona exploding and the USS Oklahoma capsizing and floating upside down have been ingrained in the American conscience ever since. It would be Americans who bore the brunt on June 6, 1944. On D-Day, the Allies commenced the liberation of Europe by staging the largest and most complex amphibious invasion in human history. The complex operation would require tightly coordinated naval and air bombardment, paratroopers, and even inflatable tanks that would be able to fire on fortifications from the coastline, all while landing over 150,000 men across nearly 70 miles of French beaches. November 22, 1963 started as a typical Friday, and many Americans were unaware that President Kennedy was even heading to Dallas, Texas. A public parade was hosted for the President and First Lady that afternoon, during which the most controversial assassination in American history. The indelible images provided by the Zapruder film of Kennedy being hit in the throat and head, followed by Jackie crawling over the backseat toward the trunk, are now instantly recognizable. Today the Space Race is widely viewed poignantly and fondly as a race to the Moon that culminated with Apollo 11 winning the Race for the United States. In fact, it encompassed a much broader range of competition between the Soviet Union and the United States that affected everything from military technology to successfully launching satellites that could land on Mars or orbit other planets in the Solar System. Today every American is taught about watershed moments in the history of minorities struggles for civil rights over the course of American history: the Civil War, Brown v. Board of Education, Rosa Parks refusal to give up her seat, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. s I Have a Dream speech, and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Indeed, the use of the phrase Civil Rights Movement in America today almost invariably refers to the period of time from 1954-1964. However, the American Civil Rights Movement actually came into existence long before it is presumed to have done so. The Movement s primary work was slow, evolving, gradual and long-term. The Civil Rights Movement also included counternarratives led by activists like Malcolm X, who pointed out that Brown v. Board may have demanded integration, but it did not implement it. Insisting that politely asking the government for civil rights was futile, Malcolm X represented the face of the civil rights movement that demanded stronger words and action than nonviolent protest. Seminal Moments of the 20th Century comprehensively chronicles these crucial and decisive points in history and tell the stories of the people and places involved. Along with pictures, you will learn about these history-shaping moments like you never have before. Seller Inventory # APC9781984037824

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Commission on the Assassination Kennedy

Published by Forgotten Books (2017)

ISBN 10: 1332266274 ISBN 13: 9781332266272

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Vol. 1: Hearings Before the President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy On November 29, 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Executive Order No. 11130, creating a Commission to ascertain, evaluate and report upon the facts relating to the assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy and the subsequent violent death of the man charged with the assassination. By the same Executive order, the President appointed seven Commissioners: Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States; Richard B. Russell, Democratic Senator from Georgia; John Sherman Cooper, Republican Senator from Kentucky; Hale Boggs, Democratic Congressman from Louisiana and House Majority Whip; Gerald R. Ford, Republican Congressman from Michigan; Allen W. Dulles, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency; and John J. McCloy, former High Commissioner of Germany. The President designated Chief Justice Warren as the Commission s Chairman. The findings of the Commission, based on an examination of all the facts, are set forth in the separate volume entitled Report of the President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy. An essential part of the investigation conducted by this Commission has been the securing of sworn testimony from witnesses possessing information relevant to the inquiry. This testimony has been taken under the authority of Senate Joint Resolution 137 (88th Cong., 1st sess.), enacted by Congress on December 13, 1963, which conferred upon the Commission the power to administer oaths and affirmations, examine witnesses, receive evidence, and issue subpenas. Under the procedures adopted by the Commission, some witnesses have appeared before members of the Commission, others have been questioned under oath on depositions by members of the staff, and others have provided affidavits to the Commission. Beginning with its first witness on February 3, 1964, the Commission under these procedures took the testimony of approximately 550 witnesses and received more than 3,100 exhibits into evidence. The testimony and exhibits obtained by the Commission are printed in this and the succeeding volumes, organized in the following order: (1) Testimony before members of the Commission, in the order in which it was taken. (2) Testimony by sworn deposition or affidavit, grouped into four general subject categories; the medical attention given to the President and the Governor, identification of the assassin of President Kennedy, the background of Lee Harvey Oswald, and the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack L. Ruby on November 24, 1963. (3) Exhibits introduced in connection with the testimony before the Commission in numerical order. (4) Exhibits introduced in connection with sworn depositions and affidavits, grouped alphabetically by name of witness. (5) Other exhibits introduced before the Commission in numerical order. The transcripts of this testimony, prepared by qualified court reporters, were reviewed by members of the Commission staff and, in most instances, by the witness concerned. Editing of the transcript prior to printing in these volumes was confined to correction of stenographic errors and punctuation, and minor changes designed to improve the clarity and accuracy of the testimony. In the few cases indicated, brief deletions have been made of material which might be considered in poor taste and is clearly irrelevant to any facet of the Commission s investigation. All the original transcripts prepared by the court reporters, of course, have been preserved and will be available for inspection under the same rules and regulations which will apply to all records of this Commission. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at. Seller Inventory # AAV9781332266272

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Published by Newsweek, Dayton, Oh (1963)

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About this Item: Newsweek, Dayton, Oh, 1963. Paperback. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1917-1963. Seller Inventory # 77527

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Charles River Editors

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ISBN 10: 198403782X ISBN 13: 9781984037824

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.*Includes pictures of important people, places, and events. *Includes Bibliographies for further reading. The 20th century was a tumultuous century that saw technology take man from the ground to the Moon and make war possible on a global scale. It also produced 2 of the most shocking events in American history, the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor and the assassination of JFK, two flashpoints that everyone remembers hearing about. During World War II, the free world hung in the balance as the totalitarian Axis powers sought to usher in a new world order, and two key turning points helped bring America into the war and ultimately win it. All Americans are familiar with the day that will live in infamy. At 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor, the advanced base of the United States Navy s Pacific Fleet, was ablaze. It had been smashed by aircraft launched by the carriers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. All eight battleships had been sunk or badly damaged, 350 aircraft had been knocked out, and over 2,000 Americans lay dead. Indelible images of the USS Arizona exploding and the USS Oklahoma capsizing and floating upside down have been ingrained in the American conscience ever since. It would be Americans who bore the brunt on June 6, 1944. On D-Day, the Allies commenced the liberation of Europe by staging the largest and most complex amphibious invasion in human history. The complex operation would require tightly coordinated naval and air bombardment, paratroopers, and even inflatable tanks that would be able to fire on fortifications from the coastline, all while landing over 150,000 men across nearly 70 miles of French beaches. November 22, 1963 started as a typical Friday, and many Americans were unaware that President Kennedy was even heading to Dallas, Texas. A public parade was hosted for the President and First Lady that afternoon, during which the most controversial assassination in American history. The indelible images provided by the Zapruder film of Kennedy being hit in the throat and head, followed by Jackie crawling over the backseat toward the trunk, are now instantly recognizable. Today the Space Race is widely viewed poignantly and fondly as a race to the Moon that culminated with Apollo 11 winning the Race for the United States. In fact, it encompassed a much broader range of competition between the Soviet Union and the United States that affected everything from military technology to successfully launching satellites that could land on Mars or orbit other planets in the Solar System. Today every American is taught about watershed moments in the history of minorities struggles for civil rights over the course of American history: the Civil War, Brown v. Board of Education, Rosa Parks refusal to give up her seat, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. s I Have a Dream speech, and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Indeed, the use of the phrase Civil Rights Movement in America today almost invariably refers to the period of time from 1954-1964. However, the American Civil Rights Movement actually came into existence long before it is presumed to have done so. The Movement s primary work was slow, evolving, gradual and long-term. The Civil Rights Movement also included counternarratives led by activists like Malcolm X, who pointed out that Brown v. Board may have demanded integration, but it did not implement it. Insisting that politely asking the government for civil rights was futile, Malcolm X represented the face of the civil rights movement that demanded stronger words and action than nonviolent protest. Seminal Moments of the 20th Century comprehensively chronicles these crucial and decisive points in history and tell the stories of the people and places involved. Along with pictures, you will learn about these history-shaping moments like you never have before. Seller Inventory # APC9781984037824

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Post Magazine

Published by Curtis Pub. (1963)

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About this Item: Curtis Pub., 1963. Condition: Good. First Edition. Norman Rockwell's portrait of Kennedy is on the cover. Contains tributes and articles about Kennedy by Dwight D. Eisenhower, Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., Stewart Alsop and others. (loc 580/1) Size: 10-1/2 x 13-1/4 Inches. Magazine. Seller Inventory # 000193

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A Prayer For Moderns Julia Cooley Altrocchi: Altrocchi Julia.

Altrocchi Julia.

Published by Designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy for Presentation at the Memorial Service held on Saturday December 2, 1972. (1972)

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About this Item: Designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy for Presentation at the Memorial Service held on Saturday December 2, 1972., 1972. No Binding. Condition: Very Good. 8 1/2 X 10 3/4 inches, printed on a single sheet folded in 4ths. Small soil to upper left corner, gentle crease to the center. Very good. Together with an obituary from the Berkeley Daily Gazette and another from the same source announcing rites planned. A Herb Caen column where Julia is mentioned. An article with her photo entitled "Julia Altrocchi to Speak" from Oct. 6, 1971; Another, hand dated Frid.Nov. 1st, 1963, Berkeley Gazette. with a letter from Altrocchi. All articles yellowed, but not chipping. See photos. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # sfbox69

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About this Item: United States Government Printing Office, 1963. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. 1019p. Binding error: 2 leaves in the index were left out and replaced with copies of earlier pages from the main text. Previous owner made some notes in the bottom margins of the repeated pages. Cloth lightly rubbed, bit bumped to corners. A page has been torn out between the front free endpaper and the frontispiece portrait. Pages are clean. Rear endpapers split down the gutter; hinges are weak but binding remains sound. This item is oversized and may require additional postage for Priority mail or international shipment. Size: 8vo. Year: 1963. Seller Inventory # BBS-067197

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ohne Autor & ohne Herausgeberangabe :

Published by o. O. ohne Verlag 1963 (1963)

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About this Item: o. O. ohne Verlag 1963, 1963. ohne Auflhws. Auflage, 12 Seiten, Original-Mappe, Größe 16°. 8,9 x 21,2 cm, - 12 Post Cards from the Funeral of J. F. K. November, 24th, 25th & December 9th 1963 - Die Postkarten selbst haben die Maße : 8,9 x 14 cm - Ordner/Kasten Mappen-Postkarten ger ber, Postkarten gut & sauber. Seller Inventory # 36628

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Lawrence, David {Editor}

Published by U.S. News & World Report, Washington, D. C. (1963)

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About this Item: U.S. News & World Report, Washington, D. C., 1963. Pictorial Softcover{Magazine}. Condition: Good. Vol. LV, No. 23, December 2, 1963. Some of the articles include: The Tragic End Of John F. Kennedy; 'A Thousand Well-Wishers-And One Assassin; The New President-What He Stands For; Lyndon Johnson-The Man And His Recod; The Philosophy Of President Lyndon B. Johnson; Changes To Watch For In The Cabinet; The Johnson Staff-New Faces In The White House; '64 Election-Without JFK, A Wide-Open Race; Foreigh Countries, Too, Mourn 'First Citizen Of The World.' This book has 104 pages and is profusely illustrated. Seller Inventory # 050558

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Slavic Review

Published by Seattle, WA, Published at the University of Washington for the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (1965)

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About this Item: Seattle, WA, Published at the University of Washington for the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, 1965. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 766 pages. With library stamps & labels. Library binding with new endpapers & original wrappers bound in. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 24 1965NUMBER 1 MARCH 1965DISCUSSION- Leopold Haimson: The Problem of Social Stability in Urban Russia, 1905-1917 Part Two)- Arthur P. Mendel: Peasant and Worker on the Eve of the First World War- Theodore H. Von Laue: The Chances for Liberal ConstitutionalismARTICLES- Vera S. Dunham: Poems about Poems: Notes on Recent Soviet Poetry- Gerard E. Silberstein: The Central Powers and the Second Turkish Alliance, 1915- Robert M. Slusser: Recent Soviet Books on the History of the Secret Police NOTES AND COMMENT- Magnus J. Krynski and Robert A. Maguire: Inner Empire: Two Poems from Poland by Marian Piechal- Patricia Kennedy Grimsted: Soviet Archives and Manuscript Collections: A Bibliographical Introduction Number 2 June 1965ARTICLES- Thomas W. Wolfe: Problems of Soviet Defense Policy under the New Regime- H. B. Segel: Sienkiewicz’s First Translator, Jeremiah Curtin- Jerry F. Hough: The Soviet Concept of the Relationship between the Lower Party Organs and the State Administration- Ghita Ionescu: Communist Rumania and Nonalignment (April 1964â€"March 1965)- Stephan M. Horak: Ukrainian Historiography 1953-1963TRANSLATION- Walter W. Arndt: “The Gypsies” by Alexander PushkinNOTES AND COMMENT- Emil Niederhauser: A Forthcoming Bibliography of Hungarian History, 1867-1918- Joseph F. Zacek: Palacky and the Marxists- Heronims Tichovskis: Provost Ernst Gluck as Educator in Livonia and Russia- George Tokmakoff: Stolypins Assassin Number 3 September 1965ARTICLES- David Joravsky: The Vavilov Brothers- Victor Terras: Leo Diaconus and the Ethnology of Kievan Rus’ - William L. Blackwell: The Old Believers and the Rise of Pri vate Industrial Enterprise in Early Nineteenth-Century Moscow- Piotr S. Wandycz: Secret Soviet-Polish Peace Talks in 1919 - Maxim W. Mikulak: Cybernetics and Marxism-Leninism - Richard E. Lonsdale: The Soviet Concept of the Territorial- Production Complex - Z. Mieczkowski: The 1962-1963 Reforms in Soviet Economic RegionalizationNOTES AND COMMENT- Simon Karlinsky: Domostroi as Literature- Jack M. Culpepper: The Kremlin Executions of 1575 and the Enthronement of Simeon Bekbulatovich - Reginald E. Zelnik: An Early Case of Labor Protest in St. Petersburg: The Aleksandrovsk Machine Works in 1860FORUM- George L. Yaney: Social Stability in Prerevolutionary Russia; A Critical Number 4, December 1965DISCUSSION- Daniel Bell: Ideology and Soviet Politics Comments by George Lichtheim and Carl J. FriedrichARTICLES- Vaclav Holesovsky: Personal Consumption in Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Poland, 1950-1960: A Comparison - Grey Hodnett: The Obkom First Secretaries - A. J. Groth: Polish Elections 1919-1928 - Wilson R. Augustine: Russia’s Railwaymen, July-October 1917NOTES AND COMMENT- Richard A. Gregg: Two Adams and Eve in the Crystal Palace: Dostoevsky, the Bible, and WeREVIEW ARTICLES- Edward J, Brown: Nabokov and Pushkin (with Comments on New Translations of Eugene Onegin)- Stephen P. Dunn: A Turning Point in the Discussion of Soviet Jewish PolicyFORUM- Truman B. Cross • Ihor Sevcenko • William M. Mandel Doctoral Dissertations 1964-1965, compiled by Jesse J. Dossick Quantity Available: 1. Category: European History & Topography; Magazines & Periodicals; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010303. Seller Inventory # 010303

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Commission on the Assassination Kennedy

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Vol. 1: Hearings Before the President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy On November 29, 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Executive Order No. 11130, creating a Commission to ascertain, evaluate and report upon the facts relating to the assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy and the subsequent violent death of the man charged with the assassination. By the same Executive order, the President appointed seven Commissioners: Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States; Richard B. Russell, Democratic Senator from Georgia; John Sherman Cooper, Republican Senator from Kentucky; Hale Boggs, Democratic Congressman from Louisiana and House Majority Whip; Gerald R. Ford, Republican Congressman from Michigan; Allen W. Dulles, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency; and John J. McCloy, former High Commissioner of Germany. The President designated Chief Justice Warren as the Commission s Chairman. The findings of the Commission, based on an examination of all the facts, are set forth in the separate volume entitled Report of the President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy. An essential part of the investigation conducted by this Commission has been the securing of sworn testimony from witnesses possessing information relevant to the inquiry. This testimony has been taken under the authority of Senate Joint Resolution 137 (88th Cong., 1st sess.), enacted by Congress on December 13, 1963, which conferred upon the Commission the power to administer oaths and affirmations, examine witnesses, receive evidence, and issue subpenas. Under the procedures adopted by the Commission, some witnesses have appeared before members of the Commission, others have been questioned under oath on depositions by members of the staff, and others have provided affidavits to the Commission. Beginning with its first witness on February 3, 1964, the Commission under these procedures took the testimony of approximately 550 witnesses and received more than 3,100 exhibits into evidence. The testimony and exhibits obtained by the Commission are printed in this and the succeeding volumes, organized in the following order: (1) Testimony before members of the Commission, in the order in which it was taken. (2) Testimony by sworn deposition or affidavit, grouped into four general subject categories; the medical attention given to the President and the Governor, identification of the assassin of President Kennedy, the background of Lee Harvey Oswald, and the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack L. Ruby on November 24, 1963. (3) Exhibits introduced in connection with the testimony before the Commission in numerical order. (4) Exhibits introduced in connection with sworn depositions and affidavits, grouped alphabetically by name of witness. (5) Other exhibits introduced before the Commission in numerical order. The transcripts of this testimony, prepared by qualified court reporters, were reviewed by members of the Commission staff and, in most instances, by the witness concerned. Editing of the transcript prior to printing in these volumes was confined to correction of stenographic errors and punctuation, and minor changes designed to improve the clarity and accuracy of the testimony. In the few cases indicated, brief deletions have been made of material which might be considered in poor taste and is clearly irrelevant to any facet of the Commission s investigation. All the original transcripts prepared by the court reporters, of course, have been preserved and will be available for inspection under the same rules and regulations which will apply to all records of this Commission. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at. Seller Inventory # AAV9781332266272

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Vol. 1: Hearings Before the President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy On November 29, 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Executive Order No. 11130, creating a Commission to ascertain, evaluate and report upon the facts relating to the assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy and the subsequent violent death of the man charged with the assassination. By the same Executive order, the President appointed seven Commissioners: Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States; Richard B. Russell, Democratic Senator from Georgia; John Sherman Cooper, Republican Senator from Kentucky; Hale Boggs, Democratic Congressman from Louisiana and House Majority Whip; Gerald R. Ford, Republican Congressman from Michigan; Allen W. Dulles, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency; and John J. McCloy, former High Commissioner of Germany. The President designated Chief Justice Warren as the Commission s Chairman. The findings of the Commission, based on an examination of all the facts, are set forth in the separate volume entitled Report of the President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy. An essential part of the investigation conducted by this Commission has been the securing of sworn testimony from witnesses possessing information relevant to the inquiry. This testimony has been taken under the authority of Senate Joint Resolution 137 (88th Cong., 1st sess.), enacted by Congress on December 13, 1963, which conferred upon the Commission the power to administer oaths and affirmations, examine witnesses, receive evidence, and issue subpenas. Under the procedures adopted by the Commission, some witnesses have appeared before members of the Commission, others have been questioned under oath on depositions by members of the staff, and others have provided affidavits to the Commission. Beginning with its first witness on February 3, 1964, the Commission under these procedures took the testimony of approximately 550 witnesses and received more than 3,100 exhibits into evidence. The testimony and exhibits obtained by the Commission are printed in this and the succeeding volumes, organized in the following order: (1) Testimony before members of the Commission, in the order in which it was taken. (2) Testimony by sworn deposition or affidavit, grouped into four general subject categories; the medical attention given to the President and the Governor, identification of the assassin of President Kennedy, the background of Lee Harvey Oswald, and the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack L. Ruby on November 24, 1963. (3) Exhibits introduced in connection with the testimony before the Commission in numerical order. (4) Exhibits introduced in connection with sworn depositions and affidavits, grouped alphabetically by name of witness. (5) Other exhibits introduced before the Commission in numerical order. The transcripts of this testimony, prepared by qualified court reporters, were reviewed by members of the Commission staff and, in most instances, by the witness concerned. Editing of the transcript prior to printing in these volumes was confined to correction of stenographic errors and punctuation, and minor changes designed to improve the clarity and accuracy of the testimony. In the few cases indicated, brief deletions have been made of material which might be considered in poor taste and is clearly irrelevant to any facet of the Commission s investigation. All the original transcripts prepared by the court reporters, of course, have been preserved and will be available for inspection under the same rules and regulations which will apply to all records of this Commission. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic. Seller Inventory # LIE9781332266272

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Dan E Moldea

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About this Item: Moldea.com, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. From the 2nd Edition of Confessions of a Guerrilla Writer: For most of my adult life, I worked as a fiercely independent investigative journalist who concentrated on investigations of organized crime. Although my career-long obsession revolves around the 1975 disappearance of former Teamsters president Jimmy Hoffa, I was the first reporter to present the case that Hoffa-along with Carlos Marcello, the boss of the New Orleans Mafia, and Santo Trafficante, the Mafia boss of Tampa-had arranged and executed the murder of President John Kennedy in 1963, a straight mob hit. A year after I revealed this in my 1978 book, The Hoffa Wars, the U.S. House Select Committee on Assassinations released its final report, insisting that Hoffa, Marcello and Trafficante had the motive, means and opportunity to kill the President. The chief counsel of the committee flatly stated, The mob did it. It s a historical fact. My subsequent news-breaking books about the contract killing of an Ohio businessman (1983), the Mafia s penetration of Hollywood (1986), and the influence of organized crime in professional football (1989) were equally controversial but also led to wider investigations. With regard to my 1995 book about the 1968 murder of Senator Robert Kennedy, I did conclude that the LAPD had arrested the right man. But, because of all the police errors, the existing evidence gave critics of the official investigation ample opportunity to claim that the senator had been killed by a conspiracy. In the end, twenty-seven years later, I solved that case-because, for the first time, I explained what the LAPD could not: Why the crime-scene evidence had given the illusion that two guns had been fired-when, in fact, Sirhan Sirhan, whom I interviewed extensively, had acted alone. I later wrote equally solid books, concluding that football star O. J. Simpson had also acted alone when he allegedly killed his ex-wife in 1994 and that Deputy White House Counsel Vincent Foster had acted alone when he committed suicide in 1993. I published those books in 1997 and 1998, respectively. The O. J. book, which I co-authored with the two lead LAPD detectives in the case, was a national bestseller. In what many considered an act of journalistic heresy-apart from my 1990-1994 landmark libel suit against the New York Times, the newspaper that created, destroyed, and then resurrected me-I served as Larry Flynt s lead investigator for eight weeks during his highly publicized crusade to expose President Bill Clinton s enemies who had conflicting standards of private behavior for public officials: one for those they like, and another for those they don t like. Specifically, my work for Flynt led to the dramatic resignation of U.S. House Speaker-designate Bob Livingston on December 19, 1998-the climactic moment that derailed right-wing dreams and schemes to remove the President from office. For this, I make no apology. However, my work for Flynt represented a career-altering experience. After years as an independent investigative journalist, I began working as an independent investigative consultant who specialized on opposition research against the radical right of the Republican Party, which, to me, had become as dangerous and nefarious as the Mafia. Nine years later, I discovered the phone number of U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-LA), another right-wing hypocrite, in the private telephone records of Deborah Jeane Palfrey, the so-called D.C. Madam with whom I had worked on a book about her life and times prior to her tragic suicide in 2008. . . Yet, despite the chronic chaos and combat that has marked my career, I have worked hard to establish a solid reputation as an honest, careful, and thorough journalist, author, and investigator. Seller Inventory # APC9780615799759

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Dan E Moldea

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About this Item: Moldea.com, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.From the 2nd Edition of Confessions of a Guerrilla Writer: For most of my adult life, I worked as a fiercely independent investigative journalist who concentrated on investigations of organized crime. Although my career-long obsession revolves around the 1975 disappearance of former Teamsters president Jimmy Hoffa, I was the first reporter to present the case that Hoffa-along with Carlos Marcello, the boss of the New Orleans Mafia, and Santo Trafficante, the Mafia boss of Tampa-had arranged and executed the murder of President John Kennedy in 1963, a straight mob hit. A year after I revealed this in my 1978 book, The Hoffa Wars, the U.S. House Select Committee on Assassinations released its final report, insisting that Hoffa, Marcello and Trafficante had the motive, means and opportunity to kill the President. The chief counsel of the committee flatly stated, The mob did it. It s a historical fact. My subsequent news-breaking books about the contract killing of an Ohio businessman (1983), the Mafia s penetration of Hollywood (1986), and the influence of organized crime in professional football (1989) were equally controversial but also led to wider investigations. With regard to my 1995 book about the 1968 murder of Senator Robert Kennedy, I did conclude that the LAPD had arrested the right man. But, because of all the police errors, the existing evidence gave critics of the official investigation ample opportunity to claim that the senator had been killed by a conspiracy. In the end, twenty-seven years later, I solved that case-because, for the first time, I explained what the LAPD could not: Why the crime-scene evidence had given the illusion that two guns had been fired-when, in fact, Sirhan Sirhan, whom I interviewed extensively, had acted alone. I later wrote equally solid books, concluding that football star O. J. Simpson had also acted alone when he allegedly killed his ex-wife in 1994 and that Deputy White House Counsel Vincent Foster had acted alone when he committed suicide in 1993. I published those books in 1997 and 1998, respectively. The O. J. book, which I co-authored with the two lead LAPD detectives in the case, was a national bestseller. In what many considered an act of journalistic heresy-apart from my 1990-1994 landmark libel suit against the New York Times, the newspaper that created, destroyed, and then resurrected me-I served as Larry Flynt s lead investigator for eight weeks during his highly publicized crusade to expose President Bill Clinton s enemies who had conflicting standards of private behavior for public officials: one for those they like, and another for those they don t like. Specifically, my work for Flynt led to the dramatic resignation of U.S. House Speaker-designate Bob Livingston on December 19, 1998-the climactic moment that derailed right-wing dreams and schemes to remove the President from office. For this, I make no apology. However, my work for Flynt represented a career-altering experience. After years as an independent investigative journalist, I began working as an independent investigative consultant who specialized on opposition research against the radical right of the Republican Party, which, to me, had become as dangerous and nefarious as the Mafia. Nine years later, I discovered the phone number of U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-LA), another right-wing hypocrite, in the private telephone records of Deborah Jeane Palfrey, the so-called D.C. Madam with whom I had worked on a book about her life and times prior to her tragic suicide in 2008. . . Yet, despite the chronic chaos and combat that has marked my career, I have worked hard to establish a solid reputation as an honest, careful, and thorough journalist, author, and investigator. Seller Inventory # APC9780615799759

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About this Item: Strategic Book Publishing. Hardcover. Condition: New. 394 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.2in. x 1.3in.In December of 1963, grief over the recent assassination of President Kennedy gave rise to a heightened sense of urgency to grab the brass ring now. So it was that on a snowy day in Dallas, a legal secretary looking for a brighter future for herself and her family answered an ad placed by a new company, Mary Kay Cosmetics. In Jackie Browns brief interview with Mary Kay, she became convinced not only of the companys quality products and the founders values, but also of the potential in the marketing plan. Here was a company that would reward her hard work and dedication with an executive paycheck! Jackie rose through the ranks of Mary Kay Cosmetics as no one else did. Jackies successes in selling and recruiting laid the foundation for a cosmetics empire and she herself became the gold standard for new recruits. But as the companys achievements spiraled ever higher, Jackie began to see flaws from within. And these were only the first warnings of a breach of trust so great it would start a battle between the two women. This is the story the public has never heard. The real story that fills in the gaps left by other published reports. It is a story of loyalty and betrayal, joy and heartbreak, recognition and disappointment, heady success and depressing failure. Ultimately, it is also a story of tragedy, and Jackie Brown is the only one who can tell it. Author Jackie Brown spent over forty years in the cosmetic business and was president of two cosmetic companies. Now retired, she lives in a small town in Arkansas. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 9781608601837

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