John-F-Kennedy Mr President read journal
John-F-Kennedy Mr President read journal
John-F-Kennedy Mr President read journal
Millionaire Paris

John-F-Kennedy Mr President read journal

Regular price €29,90

Material :
- Printing made in France
- Available from S to 3XL
- 100% combed cotton, 93% cotton 7% viscose for grey
- Modern cut
- 160 g/m²
- Contrasting cleanliness strip (Ash grey)
- No collar label, just a chip of size
- Double seams on sleeves and hem
- Side seams

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Size guide

  S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Length (inches) 28 29 ¼ 30 ¼ 31 ¼ 32 ½ 33 ½
Width (inches) 18 20 22 24 26 28
  S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Length (cm) 71 74 77 79 83 85
Width (cm) 46 51 56 61 66 71
Born on May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts (USA) into a rich and influential Boston bourgeois family of Irish and Catholic origin. John Kennedy is trained at the most prestigious universities including Princeton and Harvard. After his studies, he served in the Navy in the Pacific during the Second World War against Japan. A member of the Democratic Party, he was elected to the House of Representatives, became a Massachusetts senator in 1952 and married Jacqueline Lee Bouvier, of French origin in 1953. A candidate for the Democratic Party in 1960, he was elected the 35th President of the United States just short of the outgoing Republican Vice President, Richard Nixon. When he became president, he had to face the Soviet threat, particularly in Cuba, where he assumed the disaster in the "Bay of Pigs" in 1961. He managed the Cuban missile crisis in October 1962, the most serious crisis of the Cold War. In domestic politics, he defends the claims of blacks on the issue of civil rights. He also launched the Apollo space conquest program, pledging that Americans would go to the Moon by the end of the decade and before the Soviets (which would be done in 1969). Internationally, it limits American engagement in Vietnam and, while being firm with the USSR. In 1962, he initiated a policy of Relaxation with Khrushchev, in search of peace and balance with the USSR. He defended freedom, particularly during his visit to Berlin, where he gave one of his most famous speeches, "Ich bin ein Berliner" in 1963.
He was murdered on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. His death remains a mystery despite the official findings of investigators who attribute the crime to Lee Harvey Oswald. He is succeeded by Vice President Lyndon Johnson.