John F. Kennedy would have turned 100 years old on May 29, 2017. The 35th president of the United States was shot dead in Dallas in 1963. It is still not clear who was behind the killing. The “legend of JFK” lives on.


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Happy Birthday Mr. President Marilyn Monroe Dress

Monroe’s ‘Happy Birthday’ gown fetches millions18.11.2016

The tight, skin-tone dress that Marilyn Monroe wore while singing ‘Happy Birthday, Mr. President’ to John F. Kennedy in 1962 has fetched $4.8 million at auction. The actress died just months after the renowned rendition.

Deutschland The Campaign - Making of a President 1960 & 2016 in Berlin

How Kennedy paved the way for presidential campaigns like Trump’s14.11.2016

What do Donald Trump and John F. Kennedy have in common? Not much, except for parallels in their strategic media campaigns. A Berlin exhibition reveals how both candidates used new media and appearance to reach people.

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US government agency sued for return of original John F. Kennedy assassination film 24.11.2015

The granddaughter of the photographer who filmed US President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas has filed suit for the film’s return. The 8mm film has apparently been lost by the US government.

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Authorities evacuate New York’s JFK airport over reported shooting 15.08.2016

Emergency crews responded to JFK International Airport to investigate reports of shots fired within Terminal 8. Police later said the reports of gunfire were unfounded.

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