Recorded Voices of Lee Oswald and Ernst Titovets

August 17, 2013

One of our speakers at COPA’s 20th annual conference in Dallas this year will be Ernst Titovets, Oswald’s best friend in the former Soviet Union, who has written a book about those events. Here are tapes made by Oswald and Titovets that bring him alive.

Recorded Voices of Lee Oswald and Ernst Titovets

1. Introduction by Prof. Ernst Titovets. November, 2011.
2. Excerpt from Tape #1. Lee Oswald reading a piece from Othello by William Shakespeare. December, 1960. The transcript is in Chapter 15. Studying Lee’s English, Oswald:Russian Episode by Ernst Titovets.
3. Excerpts from Tape #2. Mock interviews: (i) Senator Titov (the interviewer Lee Oswald); (ii) Jack Marr (the interviewer Ernst Titovets); (iii)Prof. Pepper (the interviewer Ernst Titovets). December, 1961.The transcripts are in Chapter 30. The revealing tape recordings, Oswald: Russian Episode by Ernst Titovets. _voices.html

Ernst Titovets’ book ” Oswald: Russian Episode ”

One Response to Recorded Voices of Lee Oswald and Ernst Titovets

  1. November 28, 2013 at 6:15 am

    I enjoyed meeting both Ernst Titovets and Judyth Vary Baker. Hopefully, their respective accounts of life with Lee Harvey Oswald can be reconciled. They do seem to agree that Oswald was nothing like the man portrayed by the Warren Commission and the media…brooding, angry, lonely, humorless, etc.

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