Dallas 63


Dallas 63

Dallas 63 is a research group originating from Liverpool set in the 1980s to research the Assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas, Texas on the 22 November 1963.

It was one of the original research organizations in the United Kingdom and through its existence set a pace for successful research into the assassination. Its former members organised meetings around the United Kingdom where members of the public were provided with detailed information and lectures surrounding the assassination. It also made various contacts with American political organizations such as JKF Lancer who themselves organize meetings in Dallas, Texas each anniversary of the assassination. It gained international heights during the early 1990s by organizing the Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA) [1] in the Britannia Hotel, Liverpool. Many well known names in the JFK research community such as Walt Brown, John Newman and Dr Charles Chrenshaw,attended the conference. For several years distributed a magazine (Dallas 63) which is now a collector’s item. Unfortunately the organization appears to have dissolved. Though through determination other organizations such as Dealey Plaza UK formed to continue quite successfully to continue research into the assassination. They have their own magazine (Dealey Plaza Echo) and regularly hold conferences and meetings around the country. Many of their members contribute to the entire President Kennedy assassination community which covers the globe with yearly meetings in Dallas around the anniversary of the assassination each year.

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