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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 John F. Kennedy By: Bella Franklin JFK was the youngest to be elected at age 43 (after Theo Roosevelt), he was the first president to serve that was born it the 20th century. JFK has been the only Roman Catholic President to have won the pulitzer prize. Birth & Death of John F. Kennedy Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated JFK. Oswald was a lone assassin JFK had some notable events including Bay of Pigs Invasion, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Space race, the Project Apollo, Moon landings, building the Berlin Wall, the African Civil Rights Movement, and he increased Us involvement in the Vietnam War. Important Presidential Events Kennedy was taken to Parkland Hospital for emergency medical treatment, but pronounced dead at 1:00 pm November 22, 1963 and was the youngest U.S. president to die at age 46 Military Service 1917- 1963 Sep. 1941 Kennedy joined the U.S. army. He was the Secretary of the Navy when the attack on Pearl Harbor Happened. His first command was PT-101 which he only commanded from 1942-1943. Kennedy led three Huckins PT boats which were being relocated from MTBRON 4 in Melville, Rhode Island, back to Jacksonville, Florida. Kennedy was briefly hospitalized after driving in the cold water to unfoul a propeller. Thereafter, he was assigned to Panama and later to the Pacific theater where Kennedy become the rank of lieutenant, eventually commanding two more patrol torpedo boats. Political Life In 2952 JFK beat is competitor and was then in the U.S. Senate. In 1956 JFK was nominated for Vice President on a ticket with Presidential nominee Adlai Stevenson. He finished second in balloting though. JFK's brother was killed while serving in the army so JFK had to take his brother's old job as the political standard-bearer.He won the election and served as a congressman for 6 years. Presidential Election JFK was sworn in as U.S. president number 35non on Jan. 20, 1961. Making one of his famous quotes there;"Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country." He asked the nations of the world to join together to fight what he called the "common enemies of man: tyranny, poverty, disease, and war itself" JFK initiated his campaign for president (democratic party) where he faced Senator Hubert Humphrey and Senator Wayne and defeated Humphrey and Morse FUN FACTS!!! Children Arabella KennedyCaroline KennedyJohn F. Kennedy Jr.Patrick Bouvier Kennedy Resting place:Arlington National Cemetery
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