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JFK Assasantion

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Transcript of JFK Assasantion

JFK was a U.S. President. He was born on
May 29,1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts. He died on November 22,1963. He was married to Jacqueline Kennedy. They had four children. JFK also had 8 siblings.
Who is JFK
JFK Assassination
His Life
While visiting Dallas,Texas the president had gotten shot and killed. Lee Harvey Oswald shot Kennedy two times from a window at a warehouse. Two days later Lee Harvey Oswald was shot and killed by Jack Ruby. Police and FBI agents weren't able to get much information for either Oswald and Ruby. JFK was 46 when he died.
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It took place in Dallas, Texas at 12:30 P.M. He was headed to Dealey Plaza when shot. JFK was shot while in a open top car. He was sitting next to Jacqueline Kennedy in the car. He was in a Limo at the time.
Where Did It Take Place
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At 11:30 A.M. the Kennedy's arrive at Dallas,Texas. 11:45 A.M. they go into the motorcade. 12:00 P.M. they head to downtown Dallas. 12:29 P.M. they arrive at Dealey Plaza. 12:30 P.M. JFK gets assassinated.
Timeline
The funeral was three days after the assassination. He was buried at Arlington, Virginia at Virginia Arlington Cemetery. The funeral was on November 25,1953. His wife got buried next to JFK. This day is a day to remember.
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His family was rich. During their childhood the people that lived in their town were poor. During the Great Depression people had no money. JFK and his siblings were at a private school. The Kennedy's never knew what it was like to be poor.
Who killed him
The Funeral
How it Changed History
It changed history because, most people are more careful. Police usually walk around places just to be safe. Police also usually talk to people to see if anything is going on. People also usually dont sit on top of convertables. But, the point is that it effected us.

What He Loved About His Family And Siblings
First of all JFK loved his family because, they were his family. JFK loved the way Jaqueline Kennedy dressed so beautifully. He loved his children because, they always would make him laugh. His siblings would always make him tough. He loved his parents cause they fed him and took care of him.
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JFK Facts
JFK was the 35th president. JFK was the first president to be a boy scout. JFK was often mentioned the youngest president ever. His Harvard application was only 5 sentences long. However did JFK ever make it to Harvard University?
Questions
Q. When was JFK born?
Q. How many siblings did he have?
Q. How old was he when he died?
Q. Where was he when he got shot?
Q. What happened at 12:30?
Q. When was the Funeral?
Q. How did it change history?
Q. Why did he love his kids?
Q. How long was his Harvard Application?
Q. When did he graduate?
Did JFK Ever Make It To Harvard University
JFK did make it to Harvard University. He graduated in June of 1940. Harvard University is in Cambridge, Massachusettes. JFK was close to not making it to Harvard. Harvard University is one of the most expensive colleges in the world.
Answers
A. He was born on May 29, 1917.
A. He had 8 siblings.
A. He was 46 when he died.
A. He was in Dallas, Texas.
A. JFK got assassinated.
A. The funeral was on November 25,1953.
A. People are more safe.
A. He loved his kids because they would make him laugh.
A. His Harvard Application was 5 sentences long.
A. He graduated in June of 1940.
Credits
WWW.History.com
WWW.JFKLibrary.org
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