In an old family album you find a old newspaper photograph. It shows a gathering of thousands of people on the lawn before the United States Capitol. Your grandmother explains that it is the Bonus Army. Your great Uncle Matthew had been a participant. He never got over the sense of betrayal he felt over the actions of General MacArthur. His friend William Huska was killed. Uncle Matthew did not live to receive his "tombstone bonus".
Look into the events surrounding the Bonus Army of 1932.
How are veterans treated today in the United States?
Has the government learned from the Bonus Army incident?
Are the veterans treated well today?
"The people have been betrayed by the servant of Wall Street who sits in the White House.
The Surprising History of Military College Benefits, Kim Clark. US News June 17, 2008
developed by Cynthia J. O'Hora Released to public domain and Posted 11/2007 / updated 5/2015
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