Veterans Administration

Some articles on veterans, veterans administration:

National Home For Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - 1916-1930
43 years old in 1860, the youngest of the remaining Civil War veterans would have been 69 years old and the oldest 99, in 1916 ... rate for the older members increased and fewer younger veterans entered the Home, membership would decline ... in the “German War” and, most importantly, made the provision that all veterans were entitled to medical, surgical and hospital care ...
Sawtelle Veterans Home - Pacific Branch - Veterans Administration
... The National Home and the Veterans Bureau, were combined into the United States Veterans Administration by President Hoover in 1930 ... The Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital building (VA Wadsworth Medical Center) was opened in 1977 ... tertiary care facility that provides a broad range of health care services to veterans ...
St. Albans, Queens - History
... The hospital was turned over to the Veterans Administration in 1974 and more recently evolved into the Veterans Administration St ... Albans very near to the Veterans Administration facility ...
House Report On Blue Discharges
... about the disparate treatment of blue-ticket veterans, the House Committee on Military Affairs appointed a special committee to review the Veterans Administration's procedures ... examining case histories of blue-discharge veterans, the committee found that "the procedure lends itself to dismissals based on prejudice and antagonism" ... and disingenuous nature of the blue discharge than this policy of the Veterans Administration" ...

Famous quotes containing the word veterans:

    [Veterans] feel disappointed, not about the 1914-1918 war but about this war. They liked that war, it was a nice war, a real war a regular war, a commenced war and an ended war. It was a war, and veterans like a war to be a war. They do.
    Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)