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The crew of Patrol Torpedo boat PT-109, including U.S. Navy Lt. John F. Kennedy (R), were photographed off Guadalcanal in July 1943.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy - May 29, 1917-Nov. 22, 1963. Lieutenant, JG, commanded a motor torpedo boat (PT-109) in the South Pacific during World War II. Eventually entered politics.
Aug. 2, 1943. Navy Lt. John F. Kennedy becomes a war hero by rescuing members of his crew after their PT boat (PT-109) was sheared in two by the Japanese destroyer.Amagiri
Family photos of John F Kennedy, Jackie Kennedy, JFK Jr., and the rest of the Kennedy family on boats
JFK on PT-109, Solomon Islands 1943 Late in the night of August 1, 1943, Lieutenant John F. Kennedy’s Patrol Torpedo boat, the PT-109, was attacked by a Japanese destroyer in the South Pacific.
Future U.S. President John F. Kennedy aboard PT 109 boat during World War II - military service as commander of Motor Torpedo Boats PT-109 and PT-59 during World War II in the South Pacific
John F. Kennedy in WWII May 21, 2005 - February 28, 2006 Learn the story of how JFK led his crew to safety after their PT boat was sunk by a Japanese destroyer in the South Pacific and recall the heroism of an entire generation who served their country during World War II.
Lt John F. Kennedy aboard the PT-109 in the South Pacific, 1943- how a Solomon Islander saved the life of the (future) president.
On 8-2-1943, the PT boat John Kennedy was skipper of was hit and sunk by a Japanese destroyer.
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*JOHN F. KENNEDY & CAROLINE ~ I’ll always remember Jack’s face when the doctor came into the waiting room and told him that the baby had arrived … I don’t remember that he said anything. But I just remember his sweet expression and a sort of smile. — Janet, Jackie’s Mother
john f. kennedy holding his daughter caroline bouvier Kennedy, at their hyannis port home.
President John F. Kennedy & baby Caroline Bouvier Kennedy, b. 1957.
John F. Kennedy n his daughter, Caroline. by janice
John F. Kennedy & Caroline Kennedy
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JFK & Caroline.
Caroline & JFK
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This week we remember the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Visit the library to view two JFK memorial publications from 1963 or check out one of the many books about our 35th president. Learn more about this historic day here: http://nvcdn.nbcnews.com/_util/jfk50/
For without belittling the courage with which men have died, we should not forget those acts of courage with which men…have lived… A man does what he must – in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers and pressures – and that is the basis of all human morality. Profiles in Courage 1955...President John F Kennedy
President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963), photographed by Howard Sochurek fir LIFE Magazine
John F. Kennedy - served as U.S. President from January 20, 1961 to November 22, 1963
By Howard SOCHUREK. President John F. Kennedy, for LIFE Magazine.
President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) loved President
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Dangers.... Stars create illusions that are pleasurable to see. The danger is that people tire of them—the illusion no longer fascinates—and turn to another Star. Let this happen and you will find it very difficult to regain your place in the galaxy. You must keep all eyes on you at any cost. Do not worry about notoriety, or about slurs on your image; we are re¬ markably forgiving of our Stars. After the death of President Kennedy, all kinds of unpleasant truths came to light about him—the endless affairs, the addiction to risk and danger. None of this diminished his appeal, and in fact the public still considers him one of America's greatest presidents...... But bad publicity is less of a danger than disappearing for too long, or growing too distant. You cannot haunt people's dreams if they never see you. At the same time, you cannot let the public get too familiar with you, or let your image become predictable...... Perhaps the greatest danger Stars face is the endless attention they elicit. Obsessive attention can become disconcerting and worse. As any attractive woman can attest, it is tiring to be gazed at all the time, and the effect can be destructive, as is shown by the story of Marilyn Monroe. The solution is to develop the kind of distance from yourself that Dietrich had—take the attention and idolatry with a grain of salt, and maintain a certain detachment from them. Approach your own image playfully. Most important, never become obsessed with the obsessive quality of people's interest in you.
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Elected in 1960 as the 35th president of the United States, 43-year-old John F. Kennedy became the youngest man and the first Roman Catholic to hold that office. As president, Kennedy confronted mounting Cold War tensions in Cuba, Vietnam and elsewhere. His assassination on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas, turned the all-too-human Kennedy into a larger-than-life heroic figure. To this day, historians continue to rank him among the best-loved presidents in American history.
Our Presidents.1960 Campaign Pamphlet PreviousNext On November 8, 1960, John F. Kennedy was elected president in one of the closest elections in U.S. history. In the popular vote, his margin over Republican candidate Richard Nixon was 118,550 out of a total of nearly 69 million votes cast. His success in many urban and industrial states gave him a clear majority of 303 to 219 in the electoral vote. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the youngest man ever elected president, the only Catholic, and the fi
President Kennedy A Man who stood for equality and was murdered for it.
A new leader for the sixties - JFK presidential campaign poster
I'm sorta obsessed with the Kennedy's :D lol
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Kid's could make their own news magazine cover with pictures they either take of themselves, or find on the internet of different presidents. Or we could just give them pictures. So they don't have to internet.
50 years ago today, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Texas. The nation mourns his loss, to this day.
President John F. Kennedy Where were you on that fateful day? 1963 Texas...I was in MA and returning home from an appointment.
President John F Kennedy On The Cover Of Newsweek Magazine Following His Assassination In Dallas, TX **The Nation Mourns His Loss To This Day - What An Impact He Had**
President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, in Dallas Texas. R.I.P. MR. PRESIDENT
Nov 25 1963 President John F Kennedy was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1917-1963. December 7 1963 Newsweek cover.
JFK 1917 - 1963
JFK in Mexico
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U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos are showered with tons of confetti and paper, June 29, 1962, as they travel down one of Mexico City’s boulevards shortly after Kennedy’s arrival for a three-day visit. (AP Photo) I LOVE the idea of a ticker tape parade - I would love to see one
U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos are showered with tons of confetti and paper, on June 29, 1962, as they travel down one of Mexico City's boulevards shortly after Kennedy's arrival for a three-day visit.
1962-06-29: U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos are showered with tons of confetti and paper, as they travel down one of Mexico City’s boulevards.
1962. 29 Juin. U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos are showered with tons of confetti and paper, in Mexico City.
President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez on a trip through Mexico City in 1962
U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos are showered with tons of confetti and paper, June 29, 1962, as they travel down one of Mexico City’s boulevards shortly after Kennedy’s arrival for a three-day visit, Due to global warming and Pollution I'm sick of incurable illnesses, hot or extreme cold weather and humidity here in Quebec are killing me, go here to know more, http://www.ninaohmanarts.com
U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos
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Robert F. Kennedy didn't accept his Attorney General pay either...he also donated it all to charity. #history #facts #JFK
Now he was a President....a leader .Romney was going to do the same. JFK was the last decent Democrat President
One of the rare, great, democrat presidents
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At the funeral procession of President John F Kennedy::John Jr. saluting his father's coffin as the caisson rolls by in November of 1963.
Little John Kennedy Jr. (John John) salutes his father's casket as it goes by in the funeral procession, November 25, 1963. This sad day was also little John John's 3rd birthday.
John Jr. November 1963. Saluting his Father's Coffin at the funeral procession of President John F Kennedy
THE PHOTO THAT MARKED HISTORY~ John F. Kennedy Jr. salutes as the funeral cortège with his father's flag draped coffin passes by. November,1963
John John saluting his father, President John F. Kennedy. Beautiful, heartbreaking.
John Jr. saluting his father (on his 3rd birthday) on the president's funeral.
John John saluting his father, John F. Kennedy during the funeral procession
John F Kennedy, Jr. saluting his fathers funeral caisson | November 25,1963
John F. Kennedy, Jr. saluting his deceased father as the cortege went by.
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Lil Buckeroo ♥s this... President John Kennedy with daughter, Caroline, pushing Raggedy Ann in her baby stroller.
John Kennedy and his daughter, Caroline, are taking Caroline's Raggedy Ann for a walk. <3
Father daughter; Caroline Kennedy and John F. Kennedy - I love this picture!
Prea John Kennedy walking with daughter, Caroline
nickdrake: Caroline Kennedy and John F. Kennedy.
JFK was his daughter Caroline Kennedy 1962
As a member of the US Navy in the Solomon Islands in 1943. JFK
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This looks SO much like my dad, who was in the Navy around the same time. JFK as a member of the US Navy in the Solomon Islands in 1943. JFK
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John F. Kennedy as a member of the #US Navy in the Solomon Islands in 1943. #politics
12.22.13 John F. Kennedy, in the US Navy in the Solomon Islands, 1943
JFK serving in the US Navy. Solomon Islands, 1943. 1bohemian
Navy Lieutenant John Kennedy in the Solomon Islands, 1943
1943. John F. Kennedy, US Navy, Solomon Islands.
JFK serving in the US Navy. Solomon Islands.
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1960. Kennedy and Johnson were elected in November of 1960. They defeated Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge, the Republican candidates. This was before the Democrats went way far to the left
JFK's presidential poster, 1960. Youth for Kennedy, first candidate to target the youth voters to get out the vote.
1960. Kennedy and Johnson were elected in November of 1960. They defeated Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge, the Republican candidates.
This campaign poster is a symbolism for politics and government. Eva had hinted in the beginning of the story that Naranjo would become a man of power, but never that it would involve going against their government. And it was not until much later that Eva's government became a central part of her life, aside from writing.
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JFK all the way.
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U.S. President John F. Kennedy receiving a ticker tape parade during a state visit to Mexico. Photographic print by John Dominis.
Democratic Nominee For President in 1960 John F. Kennedy Rides In A Ticker Tape Parade Down Broadway on October 19, 1960.
President John F. Kennedy in the midst of a ticker tape parade during a state visit to Mexico, 1962.
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John Dominis—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images President John F. Kennedy in the midst of a ticker tape parade during a state visit to Mexico, 1962
What used to be referred to as a 'ticker-tape' parade........
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JFK Playing policeman, about age five.
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indypendent-thinking: John Fitzgerald Kennedy Playing policeman. At about age five, Jack decided he would become a cop. (via The History Place - John F. Kennedy Photo History: The Early Years: Playing Policeman)
John Fitzgerald Kennedy | May 29, 1917 | Assassinated: November 22, 1963 | Dallas, TX Photo taken early 20's.
ca. 1925 Future president John F. Kennedy appears in this photograph dressed as a “Keystone Kop,” as his younger sister Eunice looks on. The picture was taken in Brookline, Massachusetts, around 1925, when JFK was about eight years old. The Keystone Kops starred in a number of silent film comedies.
*JOHN F. KENNEDY: Playing policeman. At about age 5, Jack decided he would become a cop.
The History Place - John F. Kennedy Photo History: The Early Years#early9
.I believe this is John F. Kennedy as a young boy.
A very young John F. Kennedy in costume.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy as a young boy
A very young John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
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Garry Winogrand. John F. Kennedy, Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles from the portfolio Big Shots. 1960
John F. Kennedy at the Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 1960. Photographer: Garry Winogrand.
"A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on. Ideas have endurance without death." - John F. Kennedy [Garry Winogrand. John F. Kennedy, Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles from the portfolio Big Shots. 1960]
1960. Juillet. Entre le 11 et le 15. John F. Kennedy at Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles. By Garry Winogrand
John F. Kennedy at Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles by Garry Winogrand. 1960 follow http://pinterest.com/ahaishopping/
July 1960 - John F. Kennedy speaking at the Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, by Garry Winogrand
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746-John Jr. trails after his father President John Kennedy
JFK & JFK Jr. taking a stroll around the white house. <3
JFK & JFK Jr. I'm obsessed with the Kennedy Family
Tooo adorable! Luv that John John! JFK and JFK Jr.
JFK & JFK Jr. They remind me of ducks in a row
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father & son....
JFK John Jr.
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), commonly known as "Jack" or by his initials JFK, was the 35th President of the United States, serving from January 1961 until he was assassinated in November 1963. ♥❤♥❤♥❤♥❤♥ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy
John F. Kennedy is the American President who has led the most fascinating life as a person and as a leader. He has left a legacy that far exceeds his living years and has built the cornerstone for democracy and nationalistic freedom that every leader in America tries to embody. But we all know that there is only one JFK, the one that lives only in the hearts and minds of people who admire him. I am one of those people.
jfk || first televised Presidential debate, September 26th, 1960
President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Norma Jean Mortenson's lover.
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24 August 1937 John F. Kennedy tours Europe in the summer of 1937. The Hague, Kennedy with "Dunker".
John F. Kennedy with "Dunker" during tour of Europe in the summer of 1937, The Hague, August 1937. - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum #dogs #pets #Dachshunds #puppies #vintage
John F. Kennedy’s Harvard application shows just how far college admissions have come in the last 75 years. The 26-page document, recently released by the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, lacks praise for the young Choate student. The future president is described by a family friend as “reliable and dependable,” and a note from his father states that young Jack tends to “lack application.” Would Kennedy have gotten into Harvard today? Well, he has some fact
John F. Kennedy with his dachshund puppy, 1937.
JFK 1937 With the weiner dog... please.
John F Kennedy with a wiener dog ;)
young JFK and his Dachshund puppy
John Kennedy and his dachshund
JFK, and his weenie dog!
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While part of every candidate's retinue, security was simply not the pressing, public concern in 1960 that it would suddenly and necessarily become within a few short years. Here, seemingly alone in a crowd in Logan County, West Virginia, JFK speechifies from a kitchen chair as, mere feet away, a young boy absently plays with a jarringly realistic-looking toy gun.
Scene in West Virginia from John F. Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign. See that boy with the toy gun? I guess he's not enjoying the speech.
life: As we await another presidential debate this evening, look back at some of our favorite LIFE photos from the campaign trail through the years. Pictured: John F. Kennedy gives a speech while standing on a kitchen chair in Logan County, West Virginia, 1960.
John F. Kennedy gives a speech while standing on a kitchen chair in Logan County, West Virginia, 1960. via Time Life's collection of Classic Photos from the Campaign Train - notice the little boy with a toy gun?!
Seemingly alone in a crowd in Logan County, West Virginia, JFK speechifies from a kitchen chair as, mere feet away, a young boy absently plays with a jarringly realistic-looking toy gun. The Big Picture - Boston.com
John Kennedy in West Virginia
Before Camelot, a Visit to West Virginia: Photo by Hank Walker, 1960 At 43, John F. Kennedy was the youngest person ever elected president, and during his campaign for the office it was largely this quality -- the man's engaging, youthful dynamism -- that so captured the imagination of millions. As Kennedy and his team ran a heady, propulsive campaign unlike any America had seen, LIFE photographers were there, chronicling the grind of countless public appearances. Some of the images they captured, however, carry a resonance today that echoes in ways those photographers could never have imagined. Take the Hank Walker picture above: While security was part of every candidate's retinue, it was simply not the pressing, public concern in 1960 that it would suddenly and necessarily become within a few very short years. Here, seemingly without any security presence at all during a stop in Logan County, West Virginia, JFK speechifies from a kitchen chair as, mere feet away, a young boy absently plays with a jarringly realistic-looking toy gun.
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by www.mindsqueezer.com “La libertà senza istruzione è sempre in pericolo; imparare senza libertà è sempre invano.” JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
President John F. Kennedy--In Contemplation on "The Caroline" During the 1960 Presidential Campaign....
1960. Senator John F. Kennedy on his private plane "The Caroline" during his presidential campaign. Par Paul Schutzer (détail)
1960. By Paul SCHUTZER. Senator John F. Kennedy on his private plane "The Caroline" during his presidential campaign (détail)
Sen. John F. Kennedy on His Private Plane During His Presidential Campaign
President John F. Kennedy, #jfk
JFK in deep thought.
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JFK sitting with Johnson..I wonder if they really got along. I imagine Lyndon probably got under John's skin a bit.
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america-runs-on-kennedy: Love this picture!
JFK. This is a great picture.
JFK & Johnson
LBJ and JFK.
JFK and LBJ.
JFK with LBJ
JFK and LBJ