The Hidden History of The JFK Assassination: The Definitive Account of the Most Controversial Crime of The Twentieth Century [Audiobook]
The Hidden History of the JFK Assassination: The Definitive Account of the Most Controversial Crime of the Twentieth Century by Lamar Waldron
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Overview: November 22, 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the tragedy that has haunted America ever since. For the first time, this concise and compelling book pierces the veil of secrecy to fully document the small, tightly-held conspiracy that killed President John F. Kennedy. It explains why he was murdered, and how it was done in a way that forced many records to remain secret for almost 50 years.
The Hidden History of the JFK Assassination draws on exclusive interviews with more than two dozen associates of John and Robert Kennedy, in addition to former FBI, Secret Service, military intelligence, and Congressional personnel, who provided critical first-hand information. The book also uses government files – including the detailed FBI confession of notorious Mafia godfather Carlos Marcello – to simply and clearly reveal exactly who killed JFK. Using information never published before, the book uses Marcello’s own words to his closest associates to describe the plot.
This book builds on the work of the last Congressional committee to investigate JFK’s murder, which concluded that JFK "was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy," and that godfathers "[Santo] Trafficante [and Carlos] Marcello had the motive, means, and opportunity to assassinate President Kennedy."
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction
The Kennedy Assassination by means of David Robson
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Overview: For just about part a century, Americans had been haunted by means of the brutal homicide of the country’s thirty-fifth president, John F. Kennedy. They have sought a lovely solution to the query, Who was once accountable? This e book searches for the solution by means of the usage of recent accounts and the most recent proof from CIA operatives, clinical medical doctors, and ballistic professionals.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History
The Assassination Option (Clandestine Operations #2) by W.E.B. Griffin, William E. Butterworth IV
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 270 MB
Overview: From the #1 New York Times – and Wall Street Journal – best-selling author comes the dramatic second adventure in the brand-new Clandestine Operations series about the Cold War, the fledgling Central Intelligence Agency – and a new breed of warrior.
In Top Secret, W.E.B. Griffin introduced a remarkable new cast of heroes as they found themselves on the front lines of an entirely different kind of war. Now, these men and women are going to find out what they’ve really gotten themselves into.
James Cronley thought he had done well – he didn’t know he’d done this well.
His first successful mission for the about-to-be-official new Central Intelligence Directorate has drawn all kinds of attention, some welcome, some not. On the plus side, he’s now a captain; promoted to Chief, DCI, Europe; and in charge of a top secret spy operation. On the minus side, a lot of people would like to know about that operation, including not only the Soviets, but his own Pentagon, as well as a seething J. Edgar Hoover.
Cronley knows that if just one thing goes wrong, he’s likely to get thrown to the wolves. As if that weren’t enough pressure, complications are springing up on all sides. He’s discovered a surprising alliance between the former German intelligence chief and, of all things, the Mossad. A German family that Cronley never knew he had has suddenly, and suspiciously, emerged. And he’s due for a rendezvous with an undercover agent against the Soviets known only as Seven K. It’s when he meets Seven K that he gets the real surprise.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Historical Fiction
The Assassination of Harold Holt by Paul McLeod
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 7.8 MB
Overview: On a lonely beach within the boundaries of a military training ground a man vanishes in the surf in front of four witnesses. His body is never publicly recovered.
Author Paul John McLeod exposes one of the greatest secrets of the Vietnam era, the assassination of Australia’s Prime Minister Harold Holt in 1967 by an allied nations rogue Intelligence agency.
The missing swimmer ,1967 Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt whom was a close personal friend of American President Lyndon Baines Johnson and publicly a political supporter of the war in Vietnam.
It was this close association that lead to Holt’s death at the hands of rogue elements inside his own government and a covert cell within a United States intelligence agency known as Task Force 157.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs
The Assassination of JFK: Minute by Minute by Jonathan Mayo
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.10MB | Retail
Overview: 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 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.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History > US Government > Terrorism
The Kennedy Assassination Tapes by Max Holland
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.1 MB
Overview: A major work of documentary history-the brilliantly edited and annotated transcripts, most of them never before published, of the presidential conversations of Lyndon B. Johnson regarding the Kennedy assassination and its aftermath.
The transition from John F. Kennedy to Johnson was arguably the most wrenching and, ultimately, one of the most bitter in the nation’s history. As Johnson himself said later, "I took the oath, I became president. But for millions of Americans I was still illegitimate, a naked man with no presidential covering, a pretender to the throne..The whole thing was almost unbearable."
In this book, Max Holland, a leading authority on the assassination and longtime Washington journalist, presents the momentous telephone calls President Johnson made and received as he sought to stabilize the country and keep the government functioning in the wake of November 22, 1963. The transcripts begin on the day of the assassination, and reveal the often chaotic activity behind the scenes as a nation in shock struggled to come to terms with the momentous events. The transcripts illuminate Johnson’s relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, which flared instantly into animosity; the genuine warmth of his dealings with Jacqueline Kennedy; his contact with the FBI and CIA directors; and the advice he sought from friends and mentors as he wrestled with the painful transition.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs
The Assassination of Fred Hampton: How the FBI and the Chicago Police Murdered a Black Panther by Jeffrey Haas
Requirements: .ePUB, .MOBI/.AZW reader, 7.03 MB
Overview: It’s around 7:00 A.M. on December 4, 1969, and attorney Jeff Haas is in a police lockup in Chicago, interviewing Fred Hampton’s fiancée.
She is describing how the police pulled her from the room as Fred lay unconscious on their bed. She heard one officer say, “He’s still alive.” She then heard two shots. A second officer said, “He’s good and dead now.” She looks at Jeff and asks, “What can you do?”
The Assassination of Fred Hampton is Haas’s personal account of how he and People’s Law Office partner Flint Taylor pursued Hampton’s assassins, ultimately prevailing over unlimited government resources and FBI conspiracy. Not only a story of justice delivered, the book puts Hampton in a new light as a dynamic community leader and an inspiration in the fight against injustice.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs > Social Issues > Race