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GI Bill Gives Education Aid To WWII Veterans


Congress passes the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act, otherwise known as the GI Bill of Rights, which provides World War II veterans with unemployment benefits, loans to buy homes, and grants for education for those who want to continue their education after service in the armed forces. The bill is intended to reward veterans’ service to their country and to help them financially while they find a job.