John Fitzgerald Kennedy, also known as Jack or JFK, was born on May 29, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts. He was an American politician, officer in the armed forces, socialite, journalist, and statesman . Kennedy held citizenship in the United States.
JFK was educated at various institutions, including the London School of Economics, Princeton University, Harvard College, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Noble and Greenough School, Canterbury School in Connecticut, Riverdale Country School, Dexter School, Edward Devotion School, and Choate Rosemary Hall. He was the founder of the United States Agency for International Development.
John F. Kennedy was the owner of Hickory Hill, a property located in McLean, Virginia, and the company Billie. He was the father of three children: John F. Kennedy Jr., Caroline Kennedy, and Patrick Bouvier Kennedy. Kennedy was the son of Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. and Rose Kennedy.
Among JFK's notable works is his famous speech, "Ich bin ein Berliner". Tragically, John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, and he passed away at the Parkland Memorial Hospital.