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John F. Kennedy
   International Airport is in   
New York, U.S.A.
Originally known as Idlewild Airport, it is operated by the Port Authority of New York
1961
   President of the United States was   
John F. Kennedy
Shot in Dallas in November 1963
John Kennedy
   served as U.S. President as a   
Democrat
Youngest President elected at 43.
Sirhan B. Sirhan
   assassinated   
Robert F. Kennedy
Sirhan remains imprisoned in California, having been denied parole for the 13th time.
Lee Harvey Oswald
   assassinated   
John F. Kennedy
According to the Warren Commission in 1964, anyway. A later official investigation by the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that Kennedy was assassinated by Oswald "probably... as a result of a conspiracy". [wikipedia]
1961
   Time 'Person of the Year' was   
John F. Kennedy
Had ordered the Bay of Pigs invasion that year.
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
   is in   
Washington, D.C.
Lyndon B. Johnson
   served as Vice-President under   
John F. Kennedy
Succeeded to the Presidency upon the assassination of Kennedy, Nov 22, 1963
1963
   was the year   
John F. Kennedy Was Assassinated
First Roman Catholic President of the U.S.A. was allegedly shot by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas. Oswald was shot two days later by Jack Ruby.
John F. Kennedy
   was born in   
Massachusetts
John F. Kennedy
   Airport has the code   
JFK
New York, New York, USA
John F. Kennedy
   was the   
Youngest Person Elected President
He was 43 when elected in 1960
John F. Kennedy
   was the   
Only Catholic Elected President
1960
John F. Kennedy
   First Lady was   
Jacqueline Lee Bouvier
John F. Kennedy
   is/was the   
U.S. President
While in the Navy, "Jack" was Commanding Oficer of USS PT-109, an 80-foot ELCO type motor torpedo boat. On 2 August, 1943, it was rammed by a Japanese destroyer and sank, leaving 11 survivors. Lt. Kennedy received the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for his courage and leadership and the Purple Heart for injuries sustained.
John F. Kennedy
   had the nickname   
Jack
John F. Kennedy
   had the nickname   
The King of Camelot
A Confederacy of Dunces
   was written by   
John Kennedy Toole
1981. A posthumous publication
George Kennedy
   for his role in   
Cool Hand Luke (1967)
As Dragline
John Kennedy
   has the middle name   
Fitzgerald
US President
John F. Kennedy
   is famous for being   
The Youngest Elected President of the U.S.A.
Aged 43
Australia
   is the location of   
Edmund Kennedy National Park
Australia
   is the location of   
Kennedy Range National Park
Western Australia. Approximately 1100 km north of Perth. Area: 1417 km².
The Only U.S. President to Win a Pulitzer Was John F. Kennedy
   is   
True
Pulitzer Prize for Biography in 1957 for “Profiles in Courage”.
Kennedy
   is a name shared by   
Ethel, Jackie, Joan
RFK's wife, JFK's wife and First Lady, Ted Kennedy's wife
1968
   was the year   
Robert F. Kennedy Was Assassinated
"Ask Not What Your Country Can Do for You"
   is an extract from the   
Inaugural Address by John F. Kennedy (1961)
“And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country."
John Kennedy Toole
   wrote   
Confederacy of Dunces
Kennedy
   is a character in the song   
"We Didn't Start The Fire"
Billy Joel
Hollywood Vice Squad (1986)
   starred   
Ronny Cox, Frank Gorshin and Leon Isaac Kennedy
Director: Penelope Spheeris. Also starred Trish Van Devere, Carrie Fisher & Evan C. Kim. Plot: A mother goes to Hollywood to find her runaway daughter. She discovers that the girl has become involved in the pornography industry, and goes to the police to get help in finding her.
Freedom From Fear: The American People in Depression and War, 1929-1945
   was written by   
David M. Kennedy
2000
Kennedy
   is a name shared by   
William, Robert, Joseph
PT 109 (1963)
   is a film about   
John F. Kennedy
Based on JFK in WWII, starring Cliff Robertson
"My Brother Need Not Be Idealized, or Enlarged in Death Beyond What He Was in Life; to Be Remembered Simply As a Good and Decent Man...."
   is an extract from the   
Edward Kennedy Eulogy for Robert F. Kennedy (1968)
"...who saw wrong and tried to right it, saw suffering and tried to heal it, saw war and tried to stop it."
John F. Kennedy
   is featured in the biography   
A Thousand Days
Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., 1965
John F. Kennedy
   is featured in the biography   
The Death of a President
William Manchester; account of the assassination of Kennedy, 1967
Radio (2003)
   is a film about   
James Robert "Radio" Kennedy
Based on the real-life story of South Carolina high school football coach Harold Jones and his mentally-challenged assistant, James Robert "Radio" Kennedy,
Robert F. Kennedy
   is buried in   
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA, USA
Assassinated Presidential candidate, 1968
John F Kennedy
   is buried in   
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA, USA
Assassinated US president
Ted Kennedy
   was an   
US Senator
Served 46 years in the Senate
John F. Kennedy
   is   

35th US President, 1961-1963
January 20, 1961
   the oath was recited by   
John F. Kennedy
East Portico, U.S. Capitol by Earl Warren, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
   is in   
Washington
Home to the National Symphony Orchestra
1963
   was the year   
John F. Kennedy Was Assassinated
First Roman Catholic President of the U.S.A. was allegedly shot by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas. Oswald was shot two days later by Jack Ruby.
1968
   was the year   
Robert F. Kennedy Was Assassinated
Ted Kennedy
   was a   
Politician
U.S. Senator and brother of John Fitzgerald Kennedy
George Kennedy
   was an   
Actor
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for portraying "Dragline" in "Cool Hand Luke"
John F. Kennedy
   was a   
Politician
1917-1963.
Jackie Kennedy
   said   
"The First Time You Marry for Love, the Second for Money, and the Third for Companionship"
First Lady of the United States and Book Editor
Jackie Kennedy
   said   
"The One Thing I Do Not Want to Be Called is First Lady. It Sounds Like a Saddle Horse"
First Lady of the United States and Book Editor






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