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John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917-November 22, 1963), was the thirty-fifth President of the United States, serving from 1961 until his assassination in 1963. Although he suffered from various illnesses, including asthma, Kennedy always appeared strong and rugged in public and enjoyed working out and playing sports with his family.

Famous People Who Have and Had Asthma

Cinquant’anni senza Kennedy, il presidente che cambiò l’America

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), commonly known as "Jack" or by his initials JFK, was the 35th President of the United States, serving from January 1961 until he was assassinated in November 1963 35th President of the United States✽❤✽❤✽❤✽❤✽ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy

"This is one of the most beautiful places on earth. I think, maybe, someday this is where I'd like to be…' - John F. Kennedy speaking to Robert McNamara at Arlington National Cemetery on November, 11 days before his death

Simply Stunning: Richard Avedon's Portraits – Visual Tidbits for ...

Simply Stunning: Richard Avedon’s Portraits

Camelot at its best: Jackie and John F. Photographed by Richard Avedon - Kennedy's Couple.

Jack & Jackie the American dream team

Iconic portrait of President-elect John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy by Richard Avedon, Jan. 1961 -- © the Richard Avedon Foundation

John F. Kennedy in Detroit.

JFK was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal and Purple Heart for his actions while in command of during World War II. When JFK was asked how he became a war hero, he replied, “It was involuntary, they sank my boat.

Vanity Fair, June 2008- "Bobby Kennedy, The Hope, The Tragedy and Why He Still Matters"

Vanity Fair cover, June 2008 shows RFK in South America, Taken by Steve Schapiro, traveling with Bobby and Ethel Kennedy on assignment for Life magazine, he also photographed Kennedy’s presidential-campaign poster

Bill Still on JFK the Fed Myth, Oswald, the Knoll, two spotters

Fed Myth, the Umbrella man, the Grassy Knoll. Please STOP saying JFK was killed over E.

Colorized in 1865 - famous photo of Lincoln.  Makes him look human and weary from the Civil War.  Definitely a Great Man.

Abraham Lincoln in Color (1865

Art Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Abraham Lincoln (Colorized): 1865 yesteryear-in-color

The True Story of The Coolest Dog the White House Has Ever Seen: The happiest Scotty I have ever seen.

The True Story of The Coolest Dog the White House Has Ever Seen

..and people I'd like to meet: Dahli Lama

and people I'd like to meet: Dahli Lama

President Kennedy Secret Service presentation (10/10/15) by Vince Palamara "Why JFK should have survived Dallas"

President Kennedy Secret Service presentation by Vince Palamara "Why JFK should have survived Dallas" [my pre-recorded 2015 Australia conference S.

JFK interview with Author James DiEugenio More on tsu! https://www.tsu.co/RyDawson this is where the full film will be released. You had better add it now. I...

JFK interview with Author James DiEugenio and Ry Dawson

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