Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
- Existence: 1917-1963
John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) was an American politician, and served as the 35th president of the United States.
CitationWhy England slept, 1940.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1917-1963 and the Federal City he loved, c1963:p. 1 (nicknames: Jack; Ken)
Sarang kwa yonggi ŭi Kʻenedi Taetʻongnyŏng ... 1970 (1971 printing):t.p. (Kʻenedi)
Imigrant v SASht, 1992:t.p. (Dzhon F. Kenedi)
JFK, a presidency revealed, 2003.
Wikipedia, WWW, Oct. 26, 2011(b. May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts; d. November 22, 1963 in Dallas Texas; graduate of Harvard College, 1940; joined U.S. Navy, 1941; politician, author, 35th President of the United States serving from 1961 until his death in 1963)
Profiles in courage, 1960:(ג'ון פ. קנדי = G'on F. Ḳenedi [in Heb.])
Bio. dir. of the U.S. Congress website, June 3, 2016(Kennedy, John Fitzgerald, (brother of Edward M. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy, grandson of John Francis Fitzgerald, and uncle of Joseph Patrick Kennedy II and Patrick J. Kennedy), a Representative and a Senator from Massachusetts and 35th President of the United States; born in Brookline, Norfolk County, Mass., May 29, 1917; attended the public and private schools of Brookline, Mass., Choate School, Wallingford, Conn., the London School of Economics at London, England, and Princeton University; graduated from Harvard University in 1940; attended Stanford University School of Business; during the Second World War served as a lieutenant in the United States Navy 1941-1945; PT boat commander in the South Pacific; author and newspaper correspondent; elected as a Democrat to the Eightieth, Eighty-first, and Eighty-second Congresses (January 3, 1947-January 3, 1953); did not seek renomination in 1952; elected to the United States Senate in 1952; reelected in 1958 and served from January 3, 1953 to December 22, 1960, when he resigned to become President of the United States; chairman, Special Committee on the Senate Reception Room (Eighty-fourth and Eighty-fifth Congresses); unsuccessfully sought the Democratic vice presidential nomination in 1956; elected thirty-fifth President of the United States in 1960, and was inaugurated on January 20, 1961; died in Dallas, Tex., November 22, 1963, from the effects of an assassin's bullet; remains returned to Washington, D.C.; lay in state in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol, November 24-25, 1963; interment in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.; posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on December 6, 1993)
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Identifier: UA 864
Scope and Contents Contains responses to an advertisement placed in the BYU Magazine requesting recollections by students, faculty, and alumni about notable university and world events. These include reminiscent accounts concerning the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the space shuttle Challenger explosion, campus working experiences, social life, Y Bell, Y Days, university mascots, lighting the Y, dating, places of hangouts, Persian Gulf War, Intermountain Association of College and University Residence Halls...