PRINT PHOTOGRAPH JOHN KENNEDY

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On May 10, 1940, Hitler's troops occupied Belgium, Luxembourg and Holland. Neville Chamberlain leaves his chair at 10 Downing Street's to his fiercest political rival, Winston Churchill, who warns the people by radio: " I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat".

John publishes his Harvard thesis Why was England sleeping? which was a success in bookstores. He gave all his royalties to the English seaside resort of Plymouth, which was ravaged by the Luftwaffe.

His father resigns as ambassador. His ambition to one day conquer the White House is forever dashed. On December 7, 1941, the Japanese made a surprise attack on the Pearl Harbor naval base. The United States had no choice but to enter the war. Before being drafted as a lieutenant in Charleston, John visited his sister at St. Colette's Clinic. His parents took the advice of the impending specialists, Walter Freeman and James Watts, who had assured them that a prefrontal lobotomy would solve his behavioral problems. Rosemary, 23, is now mentally handicapped. John says goodbye to her.

  • Format 40 cm x 60 cm

Printed on 315 gr luxury paper, baryted.

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Dimensions 40 × 60 cm

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