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Sound recording of a Russian-language Radio Liberty (RFE/RL, Inc.) broadcast on October 12, 1961, called “War or Peace.” The radio broadcast includes excerpts from President John F. Kennedy's address in New York City before the General Assembly of the United Nations (U.N.) on September 25, 1961; excerpts cover nuclear testing and disarmament, a pro...
This folder contains materials collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning a drive to raise public funds for Radio Free Europe (later known as Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty), a radio and communications organization funded by the United States Congress to promote democratic values and curtail the sp...
Sound recording of a Russian-language Radio Liberty (RFE/RL, Inc.) special radio broadcast called "We Shall Do Our Duty," dated November 24-25, 1963, with Leonid Pylaev speaking about the death of President John F. Kennedy. Accession MR-1965-143A.
Sound recording of a Russian-language Radio Liberty (RFE/RL, Inc.) special radio broadcast called "John F. Kennedy – His Life and Death," dated November 24/25, 1963 (days after the death of President John F. Kennedy). Mikhail Kartashev moderates. Brief excerpts of remarks delivered by President Kennedy are included. Accession MR-1965-143C.
Sound recording by Radio Liberty (RFE/RL, Inc.) of U.S. Ambassador to West Germany George C. McGhee participating in ceremonies marking the opening of the John F. Kennedy Bridge in Munich, Germany, on December 18, 1963. Performances of "The Star-Spangled Banner" (national anthem of the United States) and "Deutschlandlied" (then the national anthem ...
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