- You may be looking for Joseph Kennedy.
J. P. Kennedy, also known as JPK, was President of the United States in a Germania where a bellare frigidus had broken out between America and Nazi Germany. He made overtures to Hitler and initiated a period of detente between their countries. Marcus Americanius Scriptor thought it notable that years prior, Kennedy had said
Strong anti-Semitic tendencies existed in the United States and a large portion of the population had an understanding of the German attitude to the Jews.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- Joseph P. Kennedy's role in this Germania is a reference to Robert Harris's novel Fatherland. The film adaptation of that book featured Jean Marsh, Clare Higgins, John Woodvine, John Shrapnel, and Rutger Hauer.
- In the real world, JPK was the father of President John F. Kennedy, Attorney General Robert Kennedy and Senator Edward Kennedy but none of this is stated in a valid source.