LIVING HISTORY PASSING THE TORCH OF LIBERTY ON TO FUTURE GENERATIONS
QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER—VOL. 8 NO. 1
Over 70 years ago, President Franklin Roosevelt signed what many historians consider the greatest social legislation ever passed by the U.S. Congress. As popular as the G.I. Bill remains today, it took the horrific cost and bloodshed of WWII to remind Americans just how great a debt is owed to our deceased and living veterans.