John Fitzgerald “Jack” Kennedy was the 35th president of
USA. He was born in a rich family both Kennedy and Fitzgerald was wealthy and prominent in the Irish Catholic community. He was born on May 29, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts. John F Kennedy nicknamed “Jack” was the second oldest among his extraordinary siblings. The only thing he hates in his childhood is losing because his father taught him winning was everything, his father instills the seeds of fierce competition. Jack was a poor student and a mischievous boy. Kennedy remained at a best a mediocre student, preferring girls, sports and jokes to coursework.
After graduating from Choate and payment one semester at Princeton, Kennedy transferred to a university in 1936. There, he repeated his by then the well-established academic pattern, excelling occasionally in the classes he enjoyed but proving only an average student due to the omnipresent diversions of sports and women. Kennedy was very famous among Harvard classmates.
One of her friends told, “Jack was more fun than anyone I have ever known and other college mates thinks the same”.
Shortly once graduating from Harvard, Kennedy joined the U.S. Navy and was allotted to command a patrol warship within the South Pacific. On 2nd August, 1943, his boat, PT-109, was rammed by a
Japanese combat ship and split in two. Two sailors died and Kennedy badly lacerates his back. Hauling another wounded sailor by the strap of his life jacket,
Kennedy junction rectifier the survivors to a close-by island, wherever they were reclaimed six days later. The incident attained him the
Navy and United States Marines accolade for 'extremely heroic conduct' and a Purple Heart for the injuries he suffered.
But his brother was not that lucky he also joined the navy, he died when his plane blew up in August 1944. His father always wanted him to be the president but after the death of
Joe Jr.’s death, John F Kennedy took his family hopes and aspirations on his solders.
At the age of 29, he went for the US House of Representative but Kennedy remained frustrated by what he saw as stifling rules and procedures that prevented a young, inexperienced representative from making an impact. But from 1952 he gets greater influence and a larger platform. He bravely starts challenging opponents and never look back.
John F Kennedy was sworn in as the thirty-fifth president at twelve noon on 20 Jan 1961. In his address, he spoke of the necessity for all Americans to move voters, splendidly saying: 'Ask not what your country will do for you; raise what you can do for your country.' He asked the nations of the planet to affix along to fight what he referred to as the 'common enemies of man: tyranny, poverty, disease, and war itself.
When John F Kennedy career was on its peak, on 22 November 1963 he was shot dead at 12:30 pm in Dallas, Texas, while riding in a presidential motorcade through Dealy Plaza. Kennedy was riding with his wife Jacqueline, Texas governor John Connally and his wife Nellie. Later found that he was shot by former U.S. Marine Lee Harvey Oswald, who fired in an ambush from the nearby building. Within 70 minutes Harvey was arrested however before Harvey could be questioned properly in less than 48 hours he was also shot dead by a Dallas night club owner named Jack Ruby.
This conspiracy still remains unexplained to many, a lot of theories states that there was the second shooter and that both he and Oswald were part of a wider circle of conspirators.