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Assassination Of Martin Luther King, Jr. - Responses - President Lyndon Johnson
... President Lyndon Johnson was in the Oval Office, planning a consultation in Hawaii with Vietnam War military commanders ...
List Of International Trips Made By The President Of The United States - President Lyndon Johnson
... President Johnson ended up flying 523,000 miles aboard it during his term as president ... He is the only president serving during Queen Elizabeth II's reign to have never met her ... The President began the trip by going to the memorial service for Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt, who had disappeared in a swimming accident and was presumed drowned ...
Lyndon Township
... Lyndon Township may refer to the following places in the United States Lyndon Township, Whiteside County, Illinois Lyndon Township, Michigan ...
Lyndon, Pennsylvania
... Lyndon, Pennsylvania is a very small unincorporated community located in West Lampeter Township in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania ... Lyndon is located just south of the city of Lancaster along U.S ...
1960s - Politics and Wars - Prominent Political Events - United States
1961 – Newly elected President John F ... Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B ... Johnson took office in 1961 Kennedy established the Peace Corps ...

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