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J.F.K. and the Nazi Spy
          DVD-40 

Why would the son of a powerful politician decide to drop out of promising career in Naval Intelligence and opt to Skipper a PT boat in the South Pacific?

SHARKHUNTERS broke this story in the early 1990's.  Young Lt. John F. Kennedy, at 24 years of age, was smitten by the beauty, charm and wit of 28-year-old Inga Arvad.  Did he know that she was Adolf Hitler’s companion for the 1936 Berlin Olympics?  Did he know that she was the mistress of Axel Wenner-Gren, the world’s wealthiest man, owner of the Bofors Armament Factory, founder of the Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner Company, owner of Paradise Island in the Bahamas – and one of Hitler’s top operatives in the Western Hemisphere?  Did he even care?  Their blistering romance was all he could see, but others were watching this romance with great interest.

FBI chief and absolute enemy of the Kennedys, J. Edgar Hoover had his ‘G-Men’ tail JFK and Inga all over Washington.  They watched the couple, they photographed the couple and even planted microphones in their hotel
rooms – all to get Hoover the details he wanted so he could go to FDR and have JFK kicked out of the Navy.  If a US Navy Intelligence officer was carrying on a torrid romance with a suspected Nazi spy, then Hoover would have all he needed to have J.F.K. tossed out of the Navy, and to end the political aspirations of a dynasty, planned by 'Papa' Joe Kennedy.

J.F.K.'s father, Joseph Kennedy Sr., was also watching this budding romance with great disfavor.  This woman was four years older than his son.  She was suspected of being a German spy.  She was not a Catholic and was divorced.  'Papa' Joe did not want his son and heir apparent to the political power running around with such a woman, but he was not about to let Hoover kick his son totally out of the Navy.  'Papa Joe' had plans for J.F.K. after the war, and he still had Roosevelt’s ear.  They hit upon the solution – make him a war hero - but to be a war hero, he must be in a combat area.  That’s how an up and coming young Naval Intelligence officer wound up being a PT boat Skipper in the South Pacific.  It’s all on this DVD.

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