Russia's Crimes Don't Absolve the US

The Bonus Army via the Smithsonian

At the height of the Great Depression in 1932, the Bonus Army marched on Washington to demand the eight-year overdue promised payment for their compulsory 1917–1918 WWI service. In solidarity, veterans of every race and ethnicity flooded the Capitol, ignoring Jim…

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