Triumph and Tragedy
The Story of the Kennedys' Early Years
The Associated Press
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The Associated Press’s fascinating examination of the Kennedy family, Triumph and Tragedy, is perfect for connoisseurs of twentieth century American history and the dynasty known as America’s Royalty.
From their humble beginnings in Ireland, the Kennedy clan rose to prominence, eventually becoming one of the most powerful societal and political forces in the United States.
Triumph and Tragedy: The Story of the Kennedys' Early Years looks at the successes, challenges and heartbreaking moments that have comprised the Kennedy legacy. Beginning in the late 1800s and ending with the assassination of Robert Kennedy in 1968, Triumph and Tragedy was written by a team of special correspondents and features a selection of photographs from the AP archives.
Perfect for history buffs and readers fascinated by this remarkable dynasty, this captivating book is an in-depth study of the closest thing America has ever had to a royal family.