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THE COMPLETE WBAP 3-PART SERIES: http://JFK-Assassination-As-It-Happened.blogspot.com/2012/03/wbap-radio.html Part 1 of 3. Extensive audio footage from WBAP-Radio in Fort Worth, Texas, chronicling the last day of President John F. Kennedy's life--November 22, 1963. This three-part series starts at 7:00 AM (Texas time) on the morning of Friday, 11/22/63, and continues through the late afternoon hours. President Kennedy's two speeches in Fort Worth are covered in detail, and the terrible news that JFK has been shot by an assassin in downtown Dallas reaches the WBAP audience at approximately 12:40 PM. Total running time for this series: Approximately 6.5 hours. NOTE --- In case anyone wonders why WBAP-Radio in 1963 sometimes provided news reports from the NBC Radio Network, while at oth...
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November 22, 1963 -- Bulletins concerning the assassination of President Kennedy from radio station WBAP in Fort Worth, Texas. This video concludes with four minutes of commentary by Paul Harvey of the ABC Radio Network. More WBAP-Radio coverage: http://DVP-Potpourri.blogspot.com/2010/09/wbap-radio-11-22-63.html
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