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Hello everyone!

I am looking for this very interesting book: "The Garrison Inquiry - Truth and Consequences" by Joesten, Joachim

Unfortunately I can't buy it, it's too much expensive over the internet. On ebay it's like 200£.
I would pay for this service as well as a friend of mine. He even tried to get a scanned version from a library in Australia.First they said ok
but then they wrote a 2nd email in wich they stated they can't and just 10% of a chapter or something like that, for 10£, because of copyrights issues.
That was maybe the only edition of it (correct me if I am wrong) and that still can have copyright problems? with whom?
Well the problem is that in the end it would cost more to scan than to buy the 200£ one from ebay.

So, can anybody help us?

All the best from Romania!
Glad to know there are persons interested in this matter in Romania!...but why not, it effected the entire World! JJ's books are rare and many were also printed in German and English. If you read those languages you might find a version - but you'll have to do research on the exact title. Copyright should be expired by now unless renewed by family members. Libraries are bad at things like that. Find a library that has it and have someone do the copying - not the staff if they insist on such a high price...or better take digital photos of each page. Sorry, I can't be of more help. Maybe someone who has a copy would copy it for you...try several JFK websites. Rare book for sure. Why you so interested in this one. The Turner article [about 80 pages] printed in Ramparts about the Garrison investigation is available at the internet archive, I believe and is very good. https://archive.org/details/JfkAssassina...Commission
Peter Lemkin Wrote:Glad to know there are persons interested in this matter in Romania!...but why not, it effected the entire World! JJ's books are rare and many were also printed in German and English. If you read those languages you might find a version - but you'll have to do research on the exact title. Copyright should be expired by now unless renewed by family members. Libraries are bad at things like that. Find a library that has it and have someone do the copying - not the staff if they insist on such a high price...or better take digital photos of each page. Sorry, I can't be of more help. Maybe someone who has a copy would copy it for you...try several JFK websites. Rare book for sure. Why you so interested in this one. The Turner article [about 80 pages] printed in Ramparts about the Garrison investigation is available at the internet archive, I believe and is very good. https://archive.org/details/JfkAssassina...Commission

Thank you! I got this link with many rare books (except the one I was looking for) posted by Robert Morrow

https://app.box.com/s/8b408e6999f8799dfd0a
Alex Cruceru Wrote:
Peter Lemkin Wrote:Glad to know there are persons interested in this matter in Romania!...but why not, it effected the entire World! JJ's books are rare and many were also printed in German and English. If you read those languages you might find a version - but you'll have to do research on the exact title. Copyright should be expired by now unless renewed by family members. Libraries are bad at things like that. Find a library that has it and have someone do the copying - not the staff if they insist on such a high price...or better take digital photos of each page. Sorry, I can't be of more help. Maybe someone who has a copy would copy it for you...try several JFK websites. Rare book for sure. Why you so interested in this one. The Turner article [about 80 pages] printed in Ramparts about the Garrison investigation is available at the internet archive, I believe and is very good. https://archive.org/details/JfkAssassina...Commission

Thank you! I got this link with many rare books (except the one I was looking for) posted by Robert Morrow

https://app.box.com/s/8b408e6999f8799dfd0a

There are a number of even better depositories of older out of copyright JFK books...but I don't have the url's at hand or know if they still are online. Some can be found at internet archive, I know. A few at Scribd. The newer ones can be purchased as ebooks and there are some specialty bookstores that only sell JFK [and related] books to order from.