In 1961 President John F Kennedy had insisted America was capable of “before this decade is out, landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to Earth”.
A full 10 years before Neil Armstrong put his first bootprint on the lunar surface, the Soviets had been pulling off all sorts of feats in space.
People across the UK are being urged to share their memories and photographs of the Apollo 11 moon landing ahead of the historic event’s 50th anniversary in July.
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The worst speeches never made: Leaders’ secret drafts for disaster were written but, thankfully, not delivered
THEY were the words intended to help us face the tragedies that never were.