Synopsis by Steve Blackburn
Archival news footage and a review of John Kennedy's adulterous liaisons with various beautiful women serve as lead-in to this examination of allegations that America's 35th president was, as a young naval officer during World War II, romantically involved with a Nazi spy named Inga Arvad. Arvad was a beautiful Danish reporter who is, according to the program, "the most unusual, mysterious and intriguing" woman JFK ever romanced. She had associations with Adolf Hitler, and the program claims that President Roosevelt instructed FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover to keep her under 24-hour surveillance.
girlfriend, Nazism, President, spy