My Father and Fidel Castro

I’d like to mark the passing of Fidel Castro with a respectful salutation on behalf of my late father, Thomas G. Buchanan Jr., and share a little information with you about some of the interactions between the two of them.

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Biographical information – in his own words

I found this typewritten sheet while searching through my personal boxes of old letters. It has no date, so I’m not sure at what time in his life my father wrote it. I imagine (but am just guessing) that it was intended to be given to publishers and TV or radio interviewers who might wish […]

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The non-existence of K.O. Sauvage

On the Education Forum, there are a few posts that demonstrate a misunderstanding about the use of humor in my father’s 1964 exchange with Léo Sauvage. Two forum participants show that misunderstanding in the short thread on Leo Sauvage, and in the thread “Thomas Buchanan: Did he solve the JFK case?” John Simkin wrote: “Buchanan’s […]

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“It is not the light that we must fear…”

"It is not the light that we must fear; it is the darkness." Thomas G. Buchanan in Who Killed Kennedy? thomasgbuchanan.com

These words are found, with slight variations, in a different part of the book depending on the edition: European edition, May 1964 These words conclude the Preface: “Let each citizen with information to impart to the Commission bring that fact–however unimportant it may seem–to the investigating body our new President appointed. We need many candles […]

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Setting the record straight

Thomas G. Buchanan was my father. The impetus for creating this website was that I recently found some misinformation about him on a forum. I decided it would be a good idea to have an official website run by his family as a source of accurate information, and eventually (as time allows) more detail than […]

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