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1President Kennedy In Dallas, Texas
2President Kennedy In Houston, Texas
3Sir Alec Home
4Taking Of Oath Of Office For Presidency By Kennedy
5President Kennedy On Peace Corps
6President Kennedy On Cuban Crisis
7President Kennedy On Space Flights
8News Coverage
9President Lyndon B. Johnson
10Inaugural Address Of Kennedy
11Address To National Womens' Press Club
12President Dwight D. Eisenhower
13Election Speech Of Kennedy
14Senator Barry M. Goldwater
15Pre-election Speech Of Kennedy
16His Holiness Pope Paul VI
17President Kennedy On Berlin
18Eyewitness Account Of Assassination
19"Jackie" Kennedy Speaking In Spanish In South America
20Presidential Press Conference
21President Kennedy On Alliance For Progress
22Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson


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noneNo Artist JFK-The Man, The President ‎(LP, Album)Documentaries UnlimitednoneUS1963
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noneNo Artist JFK-The Man, The President ‎(LP, Album, Styrene)Documentaries UnlimitednoneUS1963


  • Edited ByRichard Sloan
  • NarratorBarry Gray
  • Photography ByU P I Foto
  • Recording SupervisorDaniel Sloan


Another matrix variant.

On front:
MAY 29, 1917
NOV. 22, 1963

On back:
Side 1 - Time: 21.38
Side 2 - Time: 21.37
This record contains excerpted bits of original broadcasts from world sources reflecting remarks made by and about President Kennedy during his years of service to his country, containing: interviews - press conferences - official pronouncements and speeches.
Barry Gray, our narrator, is an eminent journalist and broadcaster who is known for his humanitarian and critical examination of mankind's present prob-lems. His pen and voice are committed to the cause of freedom and liberty. Drawing upon a deep reser-voir of knowledge, experience and courage, Mr. Gray has championed causes - popular and unpopular - that he believed should be brought into the bright light of open scrutiny. We believe that our narrator is eminently qualified to represent the highlights of John F. Kennedy, man and President, in view of their common dedication.
January 20, 1961, John F. Kennedy was inaugurated 35th Pres. of the U. S. He sounded the clarion call to action:
"Let the word go forth from this time and place to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans - born in this century, tempered by war, dis-ciplined by a cold and bitter peace."
Before the new President had sufficient opportunity to establish him-self as a statesman, his image was blurred by the ill-fated "Bay of Pigs" invasion of Cuba. This event cast a shadow over those vital early months.
Kennedy accepted complete responsibility for this fiasco, despite the fact that the plans were conceived during the Eisenhower administration. This posture of broad shoulders set the stage for a step-by-step rebuild-ing of confidence in the American people and our allies. Our adversaries were later forced to accept a greater respect for our new image.
This was soon to be climaxed by a new Cuban crisis brought on by the stealthy installation of inter-continental ballistic missiles in Cuba by the Soviet Union.
The President's immediate response of toughness was not to be de-terred. He ordered a quarantine against any material that would re-inforce the building of bases for those missiles.
While the peace of the world hung in the balance, this act of "brink-manship" caused some anxious and tense days. When the Russians con-ceded and reluctantly withdrew their missiles and dismantled their bases, The universal sigh of relief should have generated enough energy to affect the seismograph.
A major crisis developed when Krushchev sealed off East Berlin with a wall of concrete and barbed wire. Tension and grim determination on both sides of "the wall", a new succession of war jockeying - these were the daily fare for the tried and tested shoulders of America's youngest President.
Tapping his young (average age 47.3 years) cabinet members for their resourceful specialization, the President completed a formidable team that kept their heads together over the problems that turned up.
Although a Roman Catholic, he tenaciously clung to the unprecedented dream of a presidency for a Catholic. ∎ Despite bitter clerical criticism, his campaign pledge of no Federal aid to private or parochial schools was kept. ∎ Although a Democrat, he supported a strong civil rightsprogram, thereby incensing the Southern Democrats ∎ Although it mili-tated against his sensibilities, he ultimately resorted to the use of Federal troops to implement the inherent right of negro students to enroll and receive education in southern colleges. ∎ Although a multi-millionaire, he dared to block the steel industry from courting inflation by raising its prices. ∎ Although a peaceful man, he courageously flirted with death - for principles he believed in.
The litany of responsible mature action of this 46-year-old statesman, could be strung along endlessly to display the manner of man who sojourned all too briefly (2 years, 10 months and 2 days) in the White House. The power he held in his command would have staggered the imaginations of the mighty Alexander the Great, Hannibal and Napoleon.
May 29, 1917: Born in Brookline, Mass. (2nd of 9 children). Son of Joseph P. Ken-nedy, financier and Ambassador to the Court of St. James, (1937-44); and Rose Fitzgerald, daughter of the perennial Mayor of Boston.
1936-37: Attended London School of Eco-nomics, studying under Prof. Harold J. Laski, polictical scientist and socialist who exerted a great influence of Kennedy's polictical philosophy.
1940: Graduated Harvard with a B.S. cum laude.
1940: Authored "While England Slept."
1941-45: Served with U. S. Navy. As tor-pedo-boat commander in the Pacific, he was awarded the Navy medal and the Purple Heart, for a courageous feat at the risk of his life. (This act of valor was me-moralized in WB's movie, "PT 109".)
1946: Covered the Potsdam Conference and the start of the U.N. at San Francisco as a reporter for the International News Service.
1947-53: Was elected Mass. Dem. Rep-resentative.
1952: Defeated Henry Cabot Lodge for Senate.
Sept. 12, 1953: Married Jacqueline Lee Bouvier.
1956: Nearly won Vice-Presidential nom-ination, losing to Estes Kefauver. (D. Tenn.)
1956: Authored "Profiles in Courage" for which he won a Pulitzer Prize.
Nov. 27, 1957: Daughter Caroline was born.
1958: Re-elected to the Senate.
July 14, 1960: Won Democratic nomina-tion for Pres. at Los Angeles.
Nov., 1960: Elected 35th President at 43.
Nov. 24, 1960: Son John F. Kennedy born.
Aug. 9, 1963: Son Patrick Bouvier Kennedy born prematurely, to live only 2 days.
The rest of Kennedy's record is World History.

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 101-1-F
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 102-E


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Descargar No Artist - JFK-The Man, The President

Artista: No Artist

Título: JFK-The Man, The President

País: US

Fecha de publicación: 1963

Etiqueta: Documentaries Unlimited

Estilo: Dialogue, Education, Interview, Political, Public Service Announcement, Speech

Género: No Música

Tamaño MP3: 2114 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 1031 mb

Clasificación: 4.1 / 5

Votos: 481

Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP, Album

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