This book is a testament to Robert F. Kennedy and it received a Gold Award at the competition for the Best Books in the World 2018 in Leipzig Germany. On 8 June 1968, a funeral procession with the body of the murdered presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy travelled from New York to Washington. The photographer Paul Fusco was on the funeral train and photographed the thousands of people who lined the tracks. The photographer Rein Jelle Terpstra investigates this memorable event by exploring how people actually perceived this train. Through lengthy field research, he even managed to make contact with the people who had private photographs and films from that time. The result is a story that brings back the shattering atmosphere of that day.
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