John F Kennedy - JFK Camelot The Last Knight

Our Kickstarter Promotional Video helps to bring The Last Knight of Camelot to Life.

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With your help we will bring to the world, the true story of Camelot’s last Knight. So many things have been told or written about JFK but it’s time to put all of the great things in one place, in one book so that this and all generations will have an easy reference for this great man.

In this exciting book we will read his autobiography, we will read his last speech, we will see all of the best photos, we will see things that have never been revealed before. We will read all of the little stories and get to know him, not as a politician, not as a martyr but as a man. We will find out what he loved and why people loved him, we will find the little things that are often overlooked, but truly make us who we are.

His mother Rose Kennedy recalled when growing up JFK's favorite book was King Arthur and the Knights. "Jack read the book again and again as a youngster. Later when he saw the play Camelot, his mind was filled with nostalgic memories,

JFK Camelot pamphlet

Camelot Pamphlet

One of his favorite quotes was: Don't let it be forgot that once there was a spot for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot." Rose Kennedy

"When power leads man toward arrogance, poetry reminds him of his limitations. When power narrows the area of man's concern, poetry reminds him of the richness and diversity of existence. When power corrupts, poetry cleanses." JFK

JFK was a dreamer, who dreamed of a better future and life for all Americans and all people worldwide. "The problems of the world cannot possibly be solved by skeptics or cynics whose horizons are limited by the obvious realities. We need men who can dream of things that never were." JFK

Jackie was obviously in shock from being in the Limo that day, but she bravely wanted to share her feelings, here are excerpts from here one and only interview, given just a few weeks after that fateful day.

"Jack loved history so... history made Jack what he was ... this lonely, little sick boy ... sick so much of the time, reading in bed, reading history ... reading the Knights of the Round Table...for Jack history was full of heroes... it made him see the heroes... But there's this one thing I wanted to say...

I kept saying to Bobby, I've got to talk to somebody, I've got to see somebody, I want to say this one thing... all I keep thinking of is this line from a musical comedy, it's been an obsession with me... At night before we'd go to sleep... we had an old Victrola.

Jack liked to play some records. His back hurt, the floor was so cold. I'd get out of bed at night and play it for him, when it was so cold... and the song he loved most came at the very end of this record, the last side of Camelot, sad Camelot...

"Don't let it be forgotten, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot."...There'll never be another Camelot again..." Jacqueline Kennedy

Jackie had an Eternal flame lit at JFK's memorial and together with the flame he lit in our hearts and memories we will never forget JFK The Last Knight!