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Former First Lady of Texas recalls her personal memories of JFK assassination.


Former first lady of Texas and passenger in the car when John F. Kennedy was assassinated, has released a book of her memories written a few weeks after the event.

The 22 page manuscript was kept by Nellie Connally, whose husband John Connally was Governor of Texas and also wounded when Kennedy was shot, in a filing cabinet and forgotten about until recently.

Now released by Rugged Land accompanied by pictures of the incident, Connally vividly describes her memories of gunshots, been soaked in blood, of trying desperately to save her husband and the president, as well as her anger with Lee Harvey Oswald, reports The Washington Post.

'From Love Field: Our Final Hours with President John F. Kennedy' is out now on Rugged Land Press priced USD24.95.
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Date:Nov 7, 2003
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