Jack Kennedy

جان اف کندی

See Also:John F. Kennedy

ID:5715 Section:

Updated:Monday 13th October 2014

Kennedy ?

Kennedy Definition

Kennedy, John Fitzgerald (b. May 29, 1917, d/ Nov. 22, 1963)John F. Kennedy was the 35th president of the U.S. (1961-63).The son of Joseph P. Kennedy, he graduated from Harvard University in 1940 and joined the navy the following year. He commanded a patrol torpedo (PT) boat in World War II and was gravely injured in an attack by a Japanese destroyer; he was later decorated for heroism. Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1946 and the U.S. Senate in 1952, he supported social-welfare legislation and became increasingly committed to civil rights; in foreign affairs, he supported the Cold War policies of the Truman administration. In 1960 he won the Democratic nomination for president, beating out Lyndon B. Johnson, who became his running mate. In his acceptance speech Kennedy declared, "We stand on the edge of a New Frontier"; thereafter the phrase "New Frontier" was associated with his programs. After a vigorous campaign managed by his brother Robert F. Kennedy and aided financially by his father, he narrowly defeated the Republican candidate, Richard Nixon. He was the youngest person and the first Roman Catholic elected president. In his inaugural address he called on Americans to "ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." His legislative program, including massive income-tax cuts and a sweeping civil-rights measure, received little support in the Congress, though he did win approval of the Peace Corps and the Alliance for Progress. In 1961 he committed the U.S. To land a man on the Moon by the end of the decade. In foreign affairs he approved a plan drawn up during the Eisenhower administration to land an invasion force of Cuban exiles on their homeland, but the Bay of Pigs invasion (1961) was a fiasco. Determined to combat the spread of communism in Asia, he sent military advisers and other assistance to South Vietnam. During the Cuban missile crisis (1962) he imposed a naval blockade on Cuba and demanded that the Soviet Union remove its nuclear missiles from the island. In 1963 he successfully concluded the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty with Britain and the Soviet Union. By July 1963, Kennedy faced a crisis in Vietnam: despite increased U.S. Support, the South Vietnamese military was only marginally effective against pro-Communist Viet Minh and Viet Cong forces. Regarding Ngo Dinh Diem, the Roman Catholic President of South Vietnam, as insufficiently anti-Communist, the U.S. Gave secret assurances of non-interference for an impending coup d'état.[48] On November 1, 1963, South Vietnamese generals overthrew the Diem government, arresting and soon killing Diem (though the circumstances of his death were obfuscated). In November 1963, while riding in a motorcade in Dallas, he was assassinated by a sniper, allegedly Lee Harvey Oswald who was charged with the crime but was shot and killed two days later by Jack Ruby before he could be put on trial. The FBI, the Warren Commission, and the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that Oswald was the assassin, with the HSCA allowing for the probability of conspiracy based on disputed acoustic evidence.Kennedy, Another American star in the Iraqi skies:
Wikipedia) - Kennedy
Look up Kennedy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Kennedy may refer to:

  • 1 People
    • 1.1 Kennedy political family
    • 1.2 Fictional characters
  • 2 Places
  • 3 Television
  • 4 Organizations
  • 5 Persons with the surname
  • 6 Other uses
  • 7 See also
  • Kennedy (surname), a family name (including a list of persons with the name)
  • Kennedy (given name), a given name (including a list of persons with the name)
  • Kennedy (Ireland), or O''Kennedy, a royal dynasty
  • Clan Kennedy, of Scotland
Kennedy political family
  • Kennedy family, members of which have held high political US office:
    • Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. (1888–1969), "Joe", American businessman, Ambassador to the UK
      • John F. Kennedy (1917–1963), "Jack" or "JFK", Congressman and Senator from Massachusetts, President of the United States
      • Robert F. Kennedy (1925–1968), "Bobby", Attorney General, Senator from New York
        • Kathleen Kennedy Townsend (born 1951), Kathleen Hartington, Lieutenant Governor of Maryland
        • Joseph P. Kennedy II (born 1952), "Joe", Congressman from Massachusetts
          • Joseph P. Kennedy III (born 1980), "Joe", Congressman from Massachusetts
      • Jean Kennedy Smith (born 1928), Jean Ann, Ambassador to Ireland
      • Ted Kennedy (1932–2009), Edward Moore "Ted", Senator from Massachusetts
        • Patrick J. Kennedy (born 1967), Congressman from Rhode Island
Fictional characters
  • Leon S. Kennedy, a fictional character in Resident Evil
  • Kennedy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), a fictional character in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Places United States
  • Kennedy, Alabama
  • Kennedy, California
  • Kennedy, Minnesota
  • Kennedy, Nebraska
  • Kennedy, Wisconsin
  • Kennedy Plaza, Providence, Rhode Island
  • Kennedy Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
  • Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida
  • Kennedy, Ontario
  • Kennedy (TTC), a subway station located in Toronto, Ontario
  • Kennedy GO Station, a GO Transit station in Toronto, Ontario
  • Kennedy, Saskatchewan
  • Kennedy Lake, Vancouver Island
  • Kennedys, Ontario, a community within the township of Strong, Ontario
Other places
  • Division of Kennedy, an electoral district in Queensland, Australia
  • Kennedy (Bogotá), Colombia
  • Kennedy Island, Solomon Islands
  • Kennedy Town, Hong Kong
  • Kennedy Town Station, a proposed Mass Transit Railway terminus in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong
  • Kennedy Channel, a sea passage between Canada and Greenland
  • Presidente Kennedy, Espírito Santo, a municipality in Brazil
  • Presidente Kennedy, Tocantins, a municipality in Brazil
  • Rue John Kennedy, a street in Beirut, Lebanon
  • Kennedy Road (disambiguation)
  • List of peaks named Kennedy Peak
  • Kennedy (TV series), an Irish television chat show
  • Kennedy (miniseries), a TV miniseries about the life of President Kennedy from 1960 to 1963
  • The Kennedys (miniseries), a TV miniseries chronicling the lives of the Kennedy family
  • Kathryn Kennedy Winery, California winery in the Santa Cruz Mountains
  • Kennedy Mall, in Dubuque, Iowa
  • Kennedy Mine, in Jackson, California
  • Kennedy''s, a defunct department store in the United States
  • Kennedy Middle School (disambiguation)
Persons with the surname
  • Anthony Kennedy (born 1936), associate justice of the United States Supreme Court
  • Bob Kennedy (American football) (1928–1991), American football player
  • Bob Kennedy (American football b. 1921) (1921–2010), American football player
  • Dave Kennedy (footballer) (born 1949), English footballer
  • Dave Kennedy (born 1953), Irish racing driver
  • David Kennedy (Australian politician) (born 1940), Australian politician
  • George Kennedy (born 1925), American actor
  • Jamie Kennedy (born 1970), American comedian, rapper, and actor
  • Jim Kennedy (infielder), American baseball player, brother of Junior Kennedy
  • John Kennedy (Scottish footballer) (born 1983), Scottish footballer
  • John Kennedy (third baseman) (born 1941), American baseball player
  • John Pendleton Kennedy (born 1795), Maryland author and politician, Secretary of the Navy in the Filmore administration
  • Junior Kennedy, American baseball player, brother of Jim Kennedy
  • Kennedy Bakircioglü (born 1980), Swedish footballer
  • Kathleen Kennedy (film producer) (born 1953), film producer
  • Kevin Kennedy (baseball) (born 1954), American baseball manager and broadcaster
  • Myles Kennedy (born 1969), American rock singer and guitarist
  • Myles Burton Kennedy, Furness ironmaster
  • Nigel Kennedy (politician) (1889–1964), British barrister, army officer and politician
  • Patrick Kennedy (swimmer) (born 1964), American swimmer
  • Thomas Francis Kennedy (bishop) (1858–1917), American Catholic archbishop
  • Tom Kennedy (television presenter) (born 1927), American game show host
  • William Kennedy (author) (born 1928), American writer and journalist
Other uses
  • Lisa Kennedy Montgomery, former MTV video jockey mononymously known by her middle name
  • Kennedy (musician), American electronica artist
  • Kennedy''s disease, neuromuscular disease
  • Kennedy Doctrine, U.S. policy towards Latin America in the early 1960s
  • Kennedy march, a 50-mile-walk completed within 20 hours
  • Kennedy Round, international trade negotiations held during the mid-1960s
  • USS Kennedy, several U.S. naval vessels

Tags:1927, 1968, American, Asia, Attorney General, Australia, Australian, Beirut, Brazil, Britain, British, California, Canada, Cold War, Colombia, Communist, Congress, Cuba, Cuban missile crisis, Dallas, Eisenhower, FBI, Florida, Governor, Greenland, Harvard, Harvard University, Hong Kong, Iraqi, Ireland, Japanese, John F. Kennedy, Kennedy, Kennedy Doctrine, Latin America, Lebanon, Maryland, Massachusetts, Moon, New York, Nixon, Pennsylvania, President, Rhode Island, Richard Nixon, Roman, Scotland, Senate, Solomon, Soviet, Soviet Union, Swedish, Toronto, Truman, UK, US, United States, Vancouver, Vietnam, Wikipedia, World War II

Kennedy Media

Kennedy Terms

Kennedy Articles

Kennedy Your Feedback