Front Page of the New York Times, November 28, 1963

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Title

Front Page of the New York Times, November 28, 1963

Subject

The state of the country through the headlines on the front page of the New York Times just six days after Kennedy's assassination, including an article in which Rufus W. Youngblood was interviewed on his actions that day.

Description

This is the front page of the New York Times on Thanksgiving Day 1963, just six days after President Kennedy was assassinated. It includes a picture of the New President, Lyndon B Johnson, giving a speech to congress about how he wanted to continue Kennedy's policies and legacy, an article in which John Connally, Governor of Texas, asks why he was spared and Kennedy was shot, an article about the nation's mourning through Thanksgiving, an article about Terrorists kidnapping a Colonel, and finally an article about Rufus W. Youngblood's efforts to shield then Vice President Johnson on the day of the attack.

Creator

New York Times

Source

New York Times
https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=YEMaAAAAIBAJ&sjid=XCMEAAAAIBAJ&pg=4637%2C4145342

Publisher

New York Times and Google

Date

November 28, 1963

Contributor

Veronica La Du

Type

Newspaper

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