Many alive on 22 November 1963 remember where they were or what they were doing. To be honest, I was a little kid and I have no recollection of the event and I know that my dad talks about it.
What am I talking about? The assassination of President John F Kennedy.
Last year, in conjunction with the Boston Public Library, the Government Printing Office (GPO) released the Warren Commission report.
Today, the GPO released “a digital version of the entire Warren Commission report on the assassination of President John. F. Kennedy to commemorate the 50 years since the printed version of the report first rolled off the agency’s presses.”
Read Printing Office Releases Digital Version of Report on JFK Assassination to learn more. There is also a link at the bottom to a video about the original release of the Warren Commission report and this effort to digitize the entire Warren Commission report.
You can access the entire report here.
Editor’s Note: Thanks to Lori Thornton (Librarian at
) for posting about this on FB. Carson-Newman College
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