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Germany: JFK visit, June 1963

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Digital Identifier:
JFKPOF-117a-007
Title:
Germany: JFK visit, June 1963
Date(s) of Materials:
June 1963: 24-26, undated
Folder Description:
This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning Germany. Materials concern President Kennedy's visit to Germany (Federal Republic) on June 23-26, 1963. Also included in this folder is a transcript of Chancellor of Germany (Federal Republic) Konrad Adenauer's television address on the eve of the President's visit and a joint communique between Adenauer and the President. Of note is the program of the President's visit. This folder contains some foreign language material.
Extent:
54 digital pages
Collection:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
09.
Series Name:
Countries.
Preferred Citation:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. Countries. Germany: JFK visit, June 1963
Physical Description:
54 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
Related Records:
John F. Kennedy Inauguration Medals
John F. Kennedy and Konrad Adenaur Medals
Photograph of President of the Federal Republic of Germany Heinrich Lübke
Vase
Rocaille Tea Set
Toasts of President and Adenauer, American Embassy Club, Bad Godesberg, 24 June 1963
Toast of the President to Chancellor Adenauer, and Remarks at a Dinner at the American Embassy Club in Bad Godesberg, 24 June 1963
Events: 24 June 1963, Dinner (stag), Bonn, Germany
Trip to Europe: Germany, Bonn: Arrival, Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of West Germany pictured
Trip to Europe: Germany, Cologne: Kölner Rathaus (City Hall), 10:55AM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Cologne: Motorcade, Cathedral
Trip to Europe: Germany, Bonn: City Hall, ceremonies and remarks, 1:25PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Bonn: Address at the American Community Theater before the American Embassy staff, 2:45PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Bonn: Villa Hammerschmidt, Peace Corps Ceremony, 11:40AM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Bonn: President Kennedy gives a press conference, 5:30PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Bonn: President Kennedy with Heinrich Lübke
Trip to Europe: Germany, Bad Godesberg, U.S. Ambassador's Residence: President Kennedy signs Golden Book, 6:20PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Hanau: Arrival at Fliegerhorst Kaserne, address, and inspection of troops and equipment, 10:45AM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Hanau: President Kennedy has lunch with U.S. enlisted troops and their officers at Fliegerhorst Kaserne, 12:15PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Hanau: Departure from Fliegerhorst Kaserne, 2:00PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Frankfurt: Frankfurt Rathaus, 3:15PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Frankfurt: President Kennedy gives address in Roemerberg Square, 4:00PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, Frankfurt: President Kennedy at Paulskirche, 4:35PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin: President Kennedy arrives at Tegel Airport
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin, President Kennedy views the Brandenburg Gate at the Berlin Wall, 11:30AM
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin: President Kennedy at Checkpoint Charlie, 12:05PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin, President Kennedy addresses crowd at Rathaus Schöneberg, 12:50PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin: President Kennedy in motorcade with Willie Brandt, Mayor of West Berlin and Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of West Germany
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin: President Kennedy addresses Free University, 3:30PM
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