John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, just three years after he had been elected president of the United States. He was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, who two days later was shot by Jack Ruby on his way into jail. The president that everyone had grown to love had just
The 35th President of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy, was an amazing man. John was a President that served in our countries military, funded the program of N.A.S.A, and put bills into congress to desegregate schools and public places. From the second oldest child born in Boston, Massachusetts, to the president that succeeded in giving all Americans the rights they deserved, he truly was amazing. His legacy still impacts people today.
“We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch - we are going back from whence we came.”- John F.Kennedy.On November 22,1963 in Dallas,Texas John F.kennedy was assassinated.He was assassinated during a presidential motorcade through Dealey Plaza in the city of Dallas.He was shot once in his back existing his throat and shot once in the head.His assassinator is Lee Harvey Oswald.Lee assassinated John F.Kennedy,because he didn't stood for what John F.kennedy believed in.The assassination of John F. Kennedy was unjust,because he took action in getting equal rights for everybody and he got the U.S out of the Cuban Missile Crisis; However some people believe The Bay Of Pigs was his fault.
These words said by a powerful president, who had helped this country not only be successful but a very strong country. John F. Kennedy said these words to tell Americans, you need to care for your country not just yourself. John F. Kennedy was not only a president but he was in the U.S. Navy, which I think means he has pride in his country and was willing to do anything he could do to make it a better place. In chronological order I will discuss John F. Kennedy’s life, his problems and struggles that made him a stronger man, and Kennedy’s accomplishments that helped change this country and the world.
John F. Kennedy did a lot for our country although his presidential term was cut short. He had a certain allure to him that Americans liked. Kennedy knew what to do to gain the votes of all different types of voters no matter their age, race, or religion. His campaign and presidency have inspired even today’s presidents and presidential candidates in multiple ways. John F. Kennedy was a spectacular man and president that brought a fresh feel to America and who left a legacy that will never be forgotten.
John F. Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts on May 29, 1917, the second of nine children. He was a US statesman and our 35th president. He came from a family with a history of good politics. As an infant he lived in a comfortable but modest frame house in that suburb of Boston. As the family got larger and the father's income and fortune increased, the Kennedys moved to larger, more impressive homes. Their first home was in Brookline, followed by the suburbs of New York City. John F. Kennedy had a happy childhood that was full of family games and sports. He attended many different private elementary schools, which were all non parochial. He later spent a year at Canterbury School in New Milford,
JFK had been assassinated on November 22, 1963, at 12:38. He was shot when he was in a car and had been rushed to the hospital from theirs. He had been killed because somebody didn’t like him in office so they shot him. He died to do to a bullet wound right through the stomach. He had died on his way to his speech in Dallas, Texas. His wife was in the car with him when he was shot.
John F. Kennedy held several titles: a brother, a husband, a father, a soldier, a womanizer, but most importantly, a president. However, “John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated on Friday, November 22, 1963 at 12:30 p.m. Central Standard Time in Dallas, Texas
He also had to deal with the cuban missile crisis. The Cuban missile crisis was when the Soviet Union installed nuclear-armed missiles. America did not want the Soviets to install them because they were 90 miles away from our boards. But this started a huge argument and the soviets almost launched rockets at use. JFK Stopped them from not blowing use all up.
On November 22nd, 1963 at 12:30 p.m in Dallas, Texas, one of the most horrific events in American History took place. The assassination of John F. Kennedy. Crowds were cheering as JFK was on a ten mile route that would pass through Dallas, Texas. John Kennedy was in the back seat of a 1961 four door Lincoln Continental convertible when this tragic event occurred. The driver took a left off of Main street passing by the Texas School Book Depository. Suddenly gun shots were heard, and John Kennedy took a bullet to the head and neck. John Kennedy was dead at the first impact of the bullet. As JFK was leaning on Ms.Kennedy another shot was fired, and it hit Governor John
The purpose of this battle was to defeat Castro but it was not successful, this defeat falls on the shoulders of Kennedy. One of the big things that John is remembered for is getting the United States space program on its feet. In May of 1961 John makes the address to Congress that says that America will have a man on the moon by the end of the year, though John did not live to see this he is credited for this success. In 1962 Kennedy meets with the Soviet Union to discuss the testing of Nuclear Arms; this is successful because at the meeting an agreement to ban nuclear testing is made. In October 1962, John announces on television that the Soviet Union is storing nuclear missiles in Cuba and they are pointed to America. Six days later the Soviet Union and America reach a compromise, as a result the Soviet Union took their missiles off of Cuba. This is one of the biggest successes in John’s presidential
Ever since the founding of America, democracy has been part of her culture. With this democracy, America gets the opportunity to vote on its next president. There have been many different great presidents, even with different governing factors. Such as, President George Washington, who won our freedom from the British. Alternatively, Abraham Lincoln who abolished slavery after winning the civil war. However, most Americans will tell you the most influential president post World War II is President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Although he has become one of America’s most famous Presidents, he was forced to overcome many issues both foreign and domestic to make his greatest legacy.
John F. Kennedy was born May 29,1917 in Dallas, Texas. Being the second child of nine children made his life more interesting. When he was growing up he had to compete with his siblings who were the best in physical and educational knowledge - “When I was growing up I had three wishes. I wanted to be a Lindbergh-type hero, learn Chinese, and become a member of The Algonquin Round Table.”- John F Kennedy-. John F. Kennedy was wealthy, John’s father acquired a