President Kennedy signs a formal declaration putting forth a blockade, confrontation soon by the US Navy with thirty-five Russian ships now on the way to Cuba, the Russians charge "provocation and piracy on the high seas."
World Today is a radio news program broadcast over the Mutual Broadcasting System and hosted by Tony Marvin.
President Kennedy lifts the naval blockade off of Cuba, the Us will continue surveillance of Cuba, the Chinese Reds propose a ceasefire and will withdraw its troops ten miles in Himalayan war, James Donavan still trying to free 1200 Cuban invasion prisoners, Sino-Soviet quarrel continues, German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in trouble, Adenauer accused of lack of leadership, New York State Senator Jacob Javits comments on the future of the GOP, Josef Strauss says he will resign.
Host: Tony Marvin.
43 hours of Live television and radio coverage (multiple stations with recordings changing from one station to another as evens unfold) of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, including braking news events of November 22rd, November 23, November, 24 and November 25 when commercial television left the air to devote coverage only related to the assassination.
Included are reports of JFK's assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald's killing by Jack Ruby, and the funeral of the late president.
Within the 43 hours of audio many JFK retrospective audio clips are heard including Kennedy's 1951, 1952 and 1954 appearances on MEET THE PRESS, Ribicoff's Aug. 17, 1956 nomination of John F. Kennedy for Vice President, Jan 2, 1960 JFK news conference that he will not accept a Vice Presidency nomination,
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