On June 25th 1963, president Kennedy visited Frankfurt, the day before the “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech. At the Hall of the historical Sant Paul’s Church (Paulskirche) -craddle of the first German legislative body and a essential reference of the Deutsch Constitutionalism), JFK spoke about the political and economical transatlantic partnership, with special interest with the problems derived from the Monetary Institutions (after 50 years his words still apply now in the old Europe), also he intended to strength the image of the US as protectors and guarantors of what West Germany symbolized.


It’s an essential speech willing to stage a turning point, with a high political voltage and strategic value, although HIstory reserverd a secondary relevance and quite unknown.


Some image fragments of the address:



The full text:


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