Remembering John Kennedy on 100th Birth Anniversary

John F. Kennedy was the 35th president of the United States. He was born in 1917 into a wealthy family with considerable political ties. He studied Political Science,later served the Navy.He worked as a Journalist for several years.Then went to serve three terms in House of Representatives.He wrote Pulitzer Prize–winning book, Profiles in Courage.

 The Bay of Pigs,Cuban Missile Crisis  are the few incidents in American history which highlighted is career.

He was credited in starting the Peace Corp.

The inspiring speeches he given away in his presidency days became his Legacy which made him the face of American youth.

November 22, 1963, John F. Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas.

#My fellow Americans,ask not what your country can do for you,ask what you can do for your country.

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2 thoughts on “Remembering John Kennedy on 100th Birth Anniversary

  1. It sure is hard to believe JFK would have been 100 years old isn’t it? I grew up in Canada and moved here to Michigan in July of 1966. I was seven years old when President Kennedy was assassinated. I can remember the news coming on our intercom at school and our teacher weeping. It did not matter that we were Canadians – we all wept for a life cut down and for his young family and we sympathized with Americans. I’ve heard people say that everyone who is old enough to remember JFK’s assassination, can recall with clarity exactly what they were doing on that fateful day. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I appreciate it very much.

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