The Modern Lee Harvey Oswald Biography: Updated withNew Evidence, Witnesses and Information
Why this biography is necessary
: A biased “official version” of Lee Harvey Oswald’s biography is currently foundcloned across the Internet. Much of its information is also outdated.
This modern, updated biography offers not onlyverified facts, but also a rich selection of additional new evidence and information to provide a reliable and quotableresource for serious scholars, students and the public.
Lee Harvey Oswald
A.J. Hidell, Alek Oswald, O.H. Lee, Harvey Oswald, Harvey Lee Oswald
October 18, 1939.
: The Old French Hospital in New Orleans, LA, USA.
November 24, 1963, Dallas, TX.
Robert Edward Lee Oswald, Sr.;
: Marguerite ClaverieOswald;
: John Edward Pic (half brother - b 1931), Robert Edward Lee Oswald, Jr. (full brother,b 1934);
Marina (Nikolayevna Prusakova) Oswald (b July 17, 1941);
June Lee Oswald (bFeb. 15, 1961), Audrey Marina Rachel Oswald (b Oct. 20, 1963). Typical 1963
Nov.1963(“Harvey” typically was not part of Oswald’s signature after 1959)
INTRODUCTION TO THE CASE
Oswald’s full biography is presented below this introduction.
Any biography of Oswald should first mention why an unbiased biography is necessary. To this end, anintroduction to the case is presented here, before entering the full chronology of Oswald’s life. Oswaldwas the officially accused assassin of President John F. Kennedy, who was shot in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. However, Kennedy had many enemies, and a “Wanted for Treason” poster was seeneverywhere in Dallas that day. Oswald was almost immediately singled out as the only gunman. Arrestedat 1:40 PM, a mere 70 minutes after Kennedy’s murder, Oswald’s arrest sheet states: “This man shot andkilled President John F. Kennedy and Police Officer J. D. Tippit. He also shot and wounded
Bias is a problem in extant “official version” Internet biographies. For example, one website(www.answers.com/topic/lee-harvey-oswald ) states, “Oswald was a drifter...”
Oswald was not adrifter: he lived at home until age 17, then left high school to join the Marines, where he spent almostthree years, after which he entered the USSR, where he married, worked in an electronics factory fornearly three years, then returned with wife and child to the US. There he lived and worked until hisdeath a year and a half later. Efforts to amend the false statement “Oswald was a drifter” provedimpossible.