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Inga Arvad

Writer + Gossip Columnist + Journalist
Female
Born 1913
Died 1973

Inga Arvad was a Danish journalist, noted for a romantic relationship with John F. Kennedy from 1941 to 1942 and for being Adolf Hitler's companion at the 1936 Summer Olympics. She was born Inga Maria Petersen but changed her name in 1931. She was a motion picture writer for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1945 and a Hollywood gossip columnist… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1913 Birth Born in 1913.

TEENAGE

1931 18 Years Old 1 More Event
She was born Inga Maria Petersen but changed her name in 1931. … Read More

TWENTIES

1935 22 Years Old In 1935, she interviewed Hitler and this connection to the dictator would color the rest of her life. … Read More
1936 23 Years Old Arvad was Hitler's companion at the 1936 Summer Olympics, which led to her being investigated in America as a potential spy. … Read More
1941 28 Years Old In November 1941, while John F. Kennedy served as an ensign in the US Navy's Office of Naval Intelligence, he and Arvad began a romantic relationship. … Read More
1942 29 Years Old …  However, Kennedy was suddenly reassigned to a desk job in South Carolina in January, 1942 and the relationship ended after a few brief encounters. … Read More

THIRTIES

1945 32 Years Old She became engaged to Robert Boothby, a member of Parliament in England in May 1945. … Read More
1946 33 Years Old Inga went on to marry American actor Tim McCoy in 1946 With Tim, she had two sons, Ronald and Terence McCoy. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1973 60 Years Old Inga Arvad died of cancer on a ranch near Nogales, Arizona in 1973. … Read More
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