November 1936

The Red Cross Helps Veterans

Volume 20, Issue 4
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Red Cross has an obligation to veterans who sustained injuries as the direct result of war and so long as they require Red Cross help as a result of such disabilities the funds and personnel of this organization are at their disposal. Nor is this Red Cross service limited to the disabled of the World War and their dependents, but embraces the veterans of all wars who are suffering from service-incurred disabilities.

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