President Kennedy


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Noun1.President Kennedy - 35th President of the United StatesPresident Kennedy - 35th President of the United States; established the Peace Corps; assassinated in Dallas (1917-1963)
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A Post 16 Select open evening will be held at President Kennedy School on November 27, between 6pm and 8pm and at Barr's Hill school on December 6, from 6pm to 8pm.
I was ten years old at the time and was watching early evening television on the BBC when the schedule was interrupted to announce the shooting and shortly afterwards, at about 7.30pm, that President Kennedy was dead.
The exhibit includes six listening stations in which a secretly installed taping system recorded conversations between President Kennedy and his advisers where strategy was discussed.
'Ah, I know Dallas,' quipped Doug, 'where President Kennedy was assassinated.' After a pause punctuated by howls of interference, Betty-May said: 'President Kennedy hasn't been assassinated.
President Kennedy made a sentimental journey by helicopter to visit distant relatives and the old "Kennedy Homestead" at New Ross, County Wexford, in the south-east corner of Ireland, almost opposite the Pembrokeshire coast.
The archive also includes around 1,200 telephone conversations made by President Kennedy - assassinated in Dallas in 1963 - during his time in the White House.
In the 20th century, stung by the triumph of the Soviet Union putting Sputnik into orbit, President Kennedy said that America had "tossed its cap over the wall of space" to be first to land a man on the moon.
Stacks opens with the quintessential Reston story: Moments after being pummeled by Nikita Khrushchev at the 1961 Vienna summit, President Kennedy returns to the U.S.
The last time it happened in America was in 1963, with the assassination of President Kennedy, a loss-of-innocence kind of event that set the tone for the upheavals of the '60s and the '70s.
On July 16, 1969, the dream of President Kennedy, who had been assassinated in 1963, came true.
Councillors have clashed over plans to move the giant mosaic memorial to President Kennedy in St Chad's Circus under-pass in Birmingham.

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