Fredag ville have været Præsident John F. Kennedys 98. fødselsdag.


Kommentar: Ovenstående blev skrevet i 2015, så i maj 2017 ville John F. Kennedy være blevet 100 år. Desuden er det i dag den 22. november 54 år siden, han blev dræbt af skud i Dallas, Texas ved omstændigheder, der stadig diskuteres heftigt.

Efter billederne nedenfor, er der en kommentar med link til mange andre artikler om John F. Kennedy.

Indtil den 30. november 2017 er der i øvrigt tilbud på en videodokumentar, der handler om mordene på John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King og Robert Kennedy og bestræbelserne på at opklare, hvem der stod bag: Evidence of Revision Documentary:
Evidence of Revision

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John F. Kennedy med hunden, Bobby, i Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, 1925.
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The Kennedy children in Hyannis Port, 1928. From left: Jean, Bobby, Patricia, Eunice, Kathleen, Rosemary, Jack, Joe Jr.
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John F. Kennedy poses with "Dunker" the dachshund at The Hague, Netherlands, 1937.
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John F. Kennedy graduates from Harvard University, Massachusetts, 1940.
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Lt. John F. Kennedy in the South Pacific, 1943.

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Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and John F. Kennedy cut their wedding cake, 1953.
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Sen. John F. Kennedy returns to his office at the Capitol, accompanied by his wife Jacqueline, 1955.
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Sen. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the Democratic presidential nominee, greets supporters in New Jersey, 1960.
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John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy in Wisconsin, 1960.
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Sen. John F. Kennedy campaigning in 1961.
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President-elect Kennedy and President Eisenhower leave the White House for Capitol Hill before Kennedy's swearing in ceremony, 1961.
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President Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline arrive at the National Guard Armory for his Inaugural Ball, Washington, 1961.
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President Kennedy speaks at a press conference about North Vietnam, 1961.
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President Kennedy addresses a convention by telephone in the Oval Office of the White House, 1962.
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President Kennedy and astronaut Lieutenant Colonel John Glenn, Jr. look inside space capsule Friendship 7, 1962.
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President Kennedy with his children, Caroline and John Jr., in the Oval Office, 1962.
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President Kennedy and first lady Jackie Kennedy depart the National Theater in Washington, 1962.
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President Kennedy with his son, John Jr., on the beach at Newport, Rhode Island, 1963.
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President Kennedy with his brothers, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, 1963.
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President John F. Kennedy signs the Equal Pay Act in the Oval Office of the White House, 1963.
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President Kennedy and John F. Kennedy Jr. walk the West Wing Colonnade at the White House, 1963.
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President Kennedy aboard a yacht, off Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, 1963.
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President Kennedy and first lady Jackie Kennedy arrive at Love Field, Dallas, 1963.
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View of President Kennedy's flag-draped casket in the East Room of the White House, as the president lies in repose, 1963.