A Nation In Shock: The Assassination of JFK
Archive Footage • 11m
22 November, 1963, gunfire at Dealey Plaza, Dallas. Told through newsreels and archive, this film provides a snapshot of the grief and shock that gripped the world in the aftermath of the assassination of JFK.
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