A Day That Changed History: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy
By: Tracey Kelly (author)Hardback
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Many people alive in 1963 can remember where they were on the day John F Kennedy was shot. It was a defining event similar to 9/11 or the death of Princess Diana in more recent times. A Day that Changed History: The Assassination of John F Kennedy is the story of John F Kennedy's life and death and its effect on both the USA and the wider world.
Tracey Kelly is an author specializing in history, biography, music, and fiction. She has written many books and magazine features. Her recent work includes the book Presidents of the U.S.A. for Discovery Kids, and she was contributing editor on the Black History series for Franklin Watts. Born in Chicago, she now lives in Bath, England.
Birth and background Harvard days Torpedo boats and Purple Hearts Massachusetts congressman to US senator Marriage to Jacqueline Bouvier Presidential candidate Election and inauguration Bay of Pigs Space race Cuban Missile Crisis Civil Rights Act and Martin Luther King The assassination of JFK Aftermath and funeral Conspiracy theories and legacy Glossary, Websites
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