Kennedy Assasination: The Truth Behind the Conspiracy That Killed the President

Author(s): David Southwell

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The date 22 November 1963 is forever fixed in history and the world's memory as the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated. It was an event that devastated a nation, shook their confidence in their government and led to hundreds of conspiracy theories. This book tells the complete story of this event, from the assassination itself, to new and increasingly bizarre theories. The "Kennedy Conspiracy File" includes examinations of the Mafia connection, the magic bullet and the infamous Grassy Knoll, as well as the theory that Lee Harvey Oswald truly was a lone gunman. It features 100 images and 10 items of removable memorabilia.


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David Southwell has a decade of experience in publishing. He has supplied primary research for books by UK historical researcher Andrew Collins and UK fantasy author Storm Constantine. He has nine years experience as a journalist, sub-editor and section editor in the newspaper industry. He has written books on conspiracy theories and organized crime, including Conspiracy Theories (1999), Conspiracy Files (2004), Secrets and Lies (2005) and The History of Organized Crime (2006).

Introduction; Kennedy's Career; Kennedy's Controversies; Prelude; Lee Harvey Oswald; The Assassination; Aftermath; The Shooting of Oswald; A Country Reacts; The Warren Report Commissioned; The Witnesses; The Zapruder Film; The Warren Report Findings; The Communist Connection; The Right Wing Connection; String of Deaths; The Mafia; The CIA; The Military Industrial Complex; The Assassination of RFK; The No Bullet Theory; Curious Parallels; Jim Garrison Investigates; The House Select Committee on Assassinations; JFK the Film; Assassination Stories; The Kennedy Curse; The Death of Innocence; The Legacy.

General Fields

  • : 9781780971728
  • : Carlton Books Ltd
  • : Carlton Books Ltd
  • : September 2012
  • : 280mm X 216mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : David Southwell
  • : Paperback
  • : 973.922092
  • : 64
  • : 100 colour & b&w photographs