The history of John F. Kennedy in photos

Exactly 50 years ago, November 22, 1963 was killed by the 35th US president John Fitzgerald Kennedy. At the time, he became the youngest governor in the history of his country and was the first president born in the XX century. We offer a selection of photos from the life of the president. USA. New York. January 5th, 1938. US Ambassador to Britain Joseph P. Kennedy with his 20-year-old son John. John F. Kennedy was the second son, and one of nine children of policies and the tycoon Joseph P. Kennedy; His first son was killed in the Second World War. (AP Photo)






USA. Los Angeles, California. July 15, 1960. Senator John F. Kennedy announces before the 65000th audience that he would be the candidate of the party in Demkoraticheskoy presidential campaign in 1960. (AP Photo / Dick Strobel)




USA. Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. June 10, 1953. Senator John F. Kennedy, along with 15-year-old Dick Mayer and 14-year-old Melissa Tyler inspects damage caused by a powerful tornado. 86 people died, 800 - were injured, 2500 - were left without homes. (AP Photo)




USA. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. October 17, 1958. Senator John F. Kennedy welcomed the 34th US president Dwight David Eisenhower National Competition collect corn. (AP Photo)




USA. Los Angeles, California. July 9, 1960. Well-wishers greeted Senator John F. Kennedy International Airport in Los Angeles. (AP Photo)




USA. Fort Dodge, Iowa. September 22, 1960. US presidential candidate from the Democratic Party, John F. Kennedy in the back seat of his "Pontiac" communicates with the farmer James Cox. (AP Photo)



USA. Elgin, Illinois. October 25, 1960. A man with a gun in uniform of the military crushed a column of vehicles, carrying a delegation of John F. Kennedy. (AP Photo)



USA. Los Angeles, California. November 1, 1960. Senator John F. Kennedy is on the hood of the truck to greet his well-wishers. (AP Photo)



John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline Bouvier. (AP Photo)



USA. New York. October 21, 1960. Vice President Richard M. Nixon, a Republican, in a debate with Senator John F. Kennedy. (AP Photo)



USA. Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. September 26, 1960. Jacqueline Bouvier with representatives of the Democratic Party looks at the TV debate Kennedy and Nixon. (AP Photo / Bill Chaplis)



USA. Minneapolis, Minnesota. October 2, 1960. Senator John F. Kennedy and surrounded by thousands of well-wishers. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. January 20, 1961. President John F. Kennedy's inauguration. (CWO Donald Mingfield / US Army Signal Corps photograph in the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library, Boston)



USA. Washington. January 20, 1961. Jacqueline Bouvier congratulates her husband's inauguration. (AP Photo / Henry Burroughs)



USA. Washington. January 31, 1961. President John F. Kennedy addresses his speech to Congress. (AP Photo / Harvey Georges)



USA. Washington. May 5, 1961. President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline watching on TV at the White House for takeoff astronaut Alan Shepard. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. May 27, 1961. President John F. Kennedy smiling during a speech in honor of his birthday. Birthday cake weighed 1, 5 tons. (AP Photo / Henry Griffin)



USA. Washington. March 23, 1961. President John F. Kennedy's speech at a press conference on the situation in Laos. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. March 16, 1961. President John F. Kennedy with his three-year daughter Caroline in the White House. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. June 6, 1961. President John F. Kennedy at his desk in the White House broadcasts about how he met with the first secretary of the CPSU Central Committee Nikita Khrushchev in Vienna and French President Charles de Gaulle in Paris. (AP Photo)



USA. Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. August 5, 1961. President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline standing on the pier after riding on a yacht, where he met US Permanent Representative to the UN Adlai Stevenson II. (AP Photo / RHS)



USA. West Palm Beach, Florida. December 18, 1961. President John F. Kennedy on a one-day holiday in Florida after a tour of Latin America. He was forced to stay here because of the weather conditions. (AP Photo)



USA. Canaveral, Florida. February 23, 1962. Astronaut John Glenn with President John F. Kennedy visits the spacecraft "Frendship-7" pre-flight "Mercury-Atlas 6". (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. April 8, 1962. President John F. Kennedy gives the start of the new season American League baseball. (AP Photo)



Mexico. Mexico City. June 29th, 1962. US President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos are drowning in a sea of ​​confetti. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. October 8, 1962. President John F. Kennedy, playing with the children. (AP Photo / White House / Cecil Stoughton)



USA. Washington. October 1, 1962. President John F. Kennedy discusses with his brother, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy's challenge of the Caribbean crisis. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. October 23, 1962. President John F. Kennedy signed a presidential decree on the Cuban missile crisis. (AP Photo)



Germany. Berlin. June 26, 1963. Millions of well-wishers greeted US President John F. Kennedy at the Red Town Hall. Here he received the warm welcome of his career politician. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. July 24, 1963. President John F. Kennedy welcomed 16-year-old Bill Clinton during one of the events at the White House. Exactly 30 years later, Bill Clinton will be the 42nd president of the United States. (Arnie Sachs / CNP / Corbis)



USA. Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. August 14, 1963. President John F. Kennedy and his family in his second home in Massachusetts. (AP Photo / White House / Cecil Stoughton)



USA. Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. August 14, 1963. President John F. Kennedy and his daughter Caroline. (Robert Knudsen / White House / John F. Kennedy Presidential Library)



USA. Washington. August 25, 1963. Kennedy brothers: Robert, Edward and John. (AP Photo)



USA. Newport, Rhode Island. August 25, 1963. President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline watch the start of the "America's Cup" from the ship USS «Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.", named after the late president's brother. (Robert Knudsen / White House / John F. Kennedy Presidential Library)



USA. Amesbury, Massachusetts. February 17, 2013. The picture of John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline, and sister-Ethyl for auction John McInnis Auctioneers. (AP Photo / John McInnis Auctioneers)



USA. Canaveral, Florida. November 16th, 1963. President John F. Kennedy oversees missile launch "Polaris". (AP Photo)



USA. Houston, Texas. November 21, 1963. Well-wishers welcomed President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy International Airport in Houston. (AP Photo)



USA. Dallas, Texas. Nov. 22, 1963. President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline. (AP Photo)



USA. Dallas, Texas. Nov. 22, 1963. John F. Kennedy motorcade. (PRNewsFoto / Newseum)



USA. Dallas, Texas. Nov. 22, 1963. Seconds after the shot, which became fatal to John F. Kennedy. (AP Photo / Justin Newman)



USA. Dallas, Texas. Nov. 22, 1963. Alarmed and weeping people learned about the death of the president after the shooting. (AP Photo)



November 23, 1963. Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn allegiance to the homeland as the new president of the country after the death of John F. Kennedy. All this happened in a matter of urgency on board the presidential plane. Lyndon B. Johnson is facing a federal Judge Sarah T. Hughes; among others, he is accompanied by his wife Lady Bird. (UPI Photo / Library of Congress)



USA. Dallas, Texas. November 23, 1963. Passengers at the airport Love Field read the newspaper, which says the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. November 24, 1963. The coffin of John F. Kennedy in the White House. (Abbie Rowe / White House / President John F. Kennedy Library)



USA. Washington. November 24, 1963. People from all over the country come to the White House to say goodbye to the president. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. November 24, 1963. Jacqueline Kennedy with her daughter and son at the grave of John F. Kennedy. (AP Photo)



USA. Washington. November 25, 1963. World leaders follow the family of the late John F. Kennedy during the burial ceremony. (Robert Knudsen / White House / John F. Kennedy Presidential Library)



USA. Washington. November 25, 1963. The family of the late John F. Kennedy. (Robert Knudsen / White House / John F. Kennedy Presidential Library)



USA. Arlington, Virginia. November 25, 1963. Irish guard of honor at the funeral ceremony of the John F. Kennedy (he came from an Irish family) at Arlington National Cemetery. (AP Photo)



USA. Arlington, Virginia. October 29, 2013. People at the eternal flame at the burial site of former US President John F. Kennedy. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)



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