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John F. Kennedy carried on a lifelong love affair with England and the English. From his speaking style to his tastes in art, architecture, theatre, music and clothes, his personality reflected his deep affinity for a certain kind of idealised Englishness. Setting his work against a backdrop of some of the twentieth century's most profound events - the Great Depression, the Second World War, the Cold War and its arms race - noted biographer Christopher Sandford tracks Kennedy's exploits in Great Britain between 1935 and 1963, and looks in depth at the unique way Britain shaped JFK throughout his adult life and how he in turn charmed British society.
|Publication date:||1st February 2018|
|Publisher:||The History Press Ltd|
|Categories:||Biography: historical, political & military, Political leaders & leadership,|
CHRISTOPHER SANDFORD has written on post-war affairs for a range of publications, including The Times, Cosmopolitan and Rolling Stone. He is the author of more than two dozen books, including Harold and Jack: The Remarkable Friendship of Prime Minister Macmillan and President Kennedy and The Final Over, which was shortlisted for the Cross British Cricket Sports Book of the Year 2015. His books have been translated into eighteen languages. He lives in Seattle.More About Christopher Sandford