John F. Kennedy's assassination, 50 years later
Slaying on Nov. 22, 1963 was fourth presidential assassination in U.S. history
Last Updated: March 13, 2013
The story of the assassination of John F. Kennedy has been told and retold, analyzed and deconstructed for 50 years. For decades, people around the world have struggled to come to terms with the president's sudden and violent death.
The interactives below discuss some of the specifics of the infamous day in Dallas. Immediately below are profiles of some of the individuals closely associated with the assassination. Scroll further down for an interactive map of the final moments of Kennedy's motorcade.
CBC News’ Chief Correspondent Peter Mansbridge was 15 when John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Mansbridge visited Dallas to look at the impact Kennedy's death had on many in his generation. Why does it still fascinate and haunt them so, even after 50 years?