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The National Archives
1963 was an exceptional year characterised by a series of momentous events…
The Profumo affair, the defection of ‘the third man’ Kim Philby, the Great Train Robbery, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and the Beatles breakthrough – to name just a few.
Contemporary Specialist Mark Dunton draws on our rich archival sources to take you through the year, 60 years ago, when the Sixties truly started to swing.
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