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F2829 - Lee Harvey Oswald Proof

Lee Harvey Oswald Proof
Item No. F2829

Lee Harvey Oswald Proof

Series: Many Faces Of Lee Harvey Oswald
Item No: F2829
Length: 81 minutes
UPC: 709629028296
Copyright: 2006
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 9-12
Age Range: 15-18
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"Crossfire is the definitive book on the subject. We couldn't have filmed JFK without it." - Screen Director Oliver Stone. Award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author Jim Marrs has spent more than 40 years investigating the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. His book "Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy" has been translated into languages around the world and was a basis for the fabulously successful Oliver Stone film "JFK." Join Jim as he personally brings to you some of the most intriguing evidence uncovered since November, 1963. In his own personable manner, Jim presents the proof of the plot in straightforward talk aided by many photographs and documents. No one's view of the Kennedy assassination will remain the same once they view the wide range of material present in "Proof" by Jim Marrs.

The Lee Harvey Oswald Conspiracy - How JFK Was Really Killed. This series is based on award-winning photo analyst, Jack White's original photographic research. It is written and directed by Jim Marrs, the author of Crossfire - one of the best-selling books used by Oliver Stone as a basis for the award-winning movie JFK. It's time for the truth to be revealed!

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"Using a white board and narration technique, this series helps students to discover the inside scoop on the math problems that once baffled them. Now all students can and will see instant success." - Serena Phillips, The Family Review Center. This series will help students of all ages become successful in a subject that many students struggle with. The Family Review Center, Award Judge Tracy said "I like the fact that this series walks you through multiple problems, rather than quickly showing you the steps and moving on, leaving you to wonder how those steps will work in a different scenario. "I like the simplistic manner and ease in which teacher Jason Gibson teaches. This makes math much less scary and much more doable. You can actually see what is going on and understand how it all works together."