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The Other Events of November 1963

In November 1963, the world was consumed by the assassination of President John Kennedy. But two well known writers died- C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley. And the week following, TCA Flight 831 crashed outside Montreal killing all 118 passengers.

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