PT 109, John F. Kennedy in World War II

PT 109, John F. Kennedy in World War II

Book - 1961
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An account of John F. Kennedy's naval service in World War II, particularly of the rescue of his crew after his PT boat was destroyed
Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill [1961]
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 247 p. illus. 22 cm

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Mar 17, 2013

A must read of a true hero and John Kennedy could have used his family's power to avoid the war and he did the exact opposite. He demanded to be sent to the Pacific and be assigned to the dangerous duty as a skipper of a plywood PT Boat. After his boat was sliced in half at night by a Japanese Destroyer John Kennedy did everything in his power to save the surviving members of his crew. A classic story of heroism.

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