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John F 👍 Kennedy was born into a rich, politically connected Boston family of Irish-Catholics 🙈 He and his eight siblings enjoyed a privileged childhood of elite private schools, sailboats, servants, and summer homes 🔥 During his childhood and youth, “Jack” Kennedy suffered frequent serious illnesses. Kennedy was determined to find his way. He’s writing a best-selling novel while still attending Harvard University, and also volunteered for dangerous combat duty in World War II in the Pacific. Kennedy was a wartime hero because of his heroic service. Kennedy began his career as a journalist and then entered politics to serve in the United States. House of Representatives From 1947 to 1953, and from 1953 to 1951 for the US Senate. 
John F. Kennedy summary John F. Kennedy, 35th president United States. In 1917, Kennedy was born into a well-off family with strong political connections. Kennedy was a Harvard University student in Political Science. Later, he served in the Navy as a Lieutenant, earning a Purple Heart and other awards during World War II. Kennedy was discharged from the Navy. Worked as a journalist for several years. Later, he served three terms as a member of the House of Representatives and a term in 1961 as a senator. He was a graduate of Harvard University. Written a Pulitzer Prize–winning bookProfiling Courage. In 1953, he married Jacqueline “Jackie” Bouvier, a photographer-columnist for the Washington Times-Herald. They were almost American royalty. He was famous for his charm and good looks. Jackie was a symbol of grace and fashion who actively supported the preservation and promotion of historic artefacts. In 1960, Kennedy won the presidential election by a very narrow margin but carried the electoral college 303–219, beating Richard Nixon to become the 35th president of the United States. Kennedy was both the youngest and most Catholic person to ever hold this office. Last edited 5 days ago, by Niema Rolf from Gujranwala (Pakistan) 
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy could have nine children. She would have four boys, and five girls. She’s keepingeping notecards for each of them in a small wooden file box and made a point of writing down everything from a doctor’s visit to the shoe size they’re have having at a particular age. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was named in honourr of Rose’s father, John Francis Fitzgerald, the Boston Mayor popularly known as Honey Fitz. Friends and family soon called the small, blue-eyed child Jack. Jack wasn’t a healthy child. Rose noted on Jack’s notecard childhood illnesses that he’s having suffered from, including: “whooping cough”, measles and chicken pox.” 
Kennedy was born May 29, 1917 in Brookline Massachusetts. The Kennedys, like the Fitzgeralds, were prominent Irish Catholic Boston families. Kennedy was born to P.J. Kennedy, his paternal grandfather. Kennedy’s paternal grandfather was P.J. Fitzgerald. Kennedy was a successful banker and liquor trader. Kennedy’s maternal grandfather John E. Fitzgerald (nicknamed Honey Fitz) was an accomplished politician who was elected to Congress and served as mayor of Boston. Kennedy’s mother Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald was a Boston debutante. Joseph Kennedy Sr. (a successful banker) was also a success story. Joe Kennedy Sr. As a chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission and ambassador to Great Britain, he’s going into government.