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Just hours before his death, John F. Kennedy appeared before a crowd in Fort Worth, Texas to honor the freedoms of America in what would be his final speech. Though the Zapruder film, a silent, 8mm home movie of the presidential motorcade through Dealey Plaza, is the most complete visual recording of JFK s assassination, it is just part of a vast record of sights and sounds captured on camera that day. This four-hour special from HISTORYTM uses unique, rarely seen and heard footage to document the Kennedy assassination and the nearly 50 years of speculation and controversy that changed America. Home movies from eyewitnesses, Dallas police dispatch radio recordings, and raw news footage provide a shocking, unflinching look at the assassination of the president and the days that followed while examining the aftermath, and the enduring controversies, that emerged as succeeding generations of Americans struggled to comprehend the sudden murder of an unforgettable leader.
I've been watching at YouTube the three-hour documentary, JFK: 3 SHOTS THAT CHANGED AMERICA, and it is nothing less that amazing. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Annie Van Auken
The background music make the events very eerie. You know what is
coming but the suspense created by the music make the assassination
even more tragic!
When JFK assassination lore is so prevalent, it's really easy to get jaded and think everything has been told. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Deniston
Awesome........activity can be seen in the windows of the SBD Building...AWESOMEPublished 3 months ago by Sweetone
It's pretty poorly put together. There s some footage I've never seen before but at the end of the day I would not buy it againPublished 5 months ago by Deacon John