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NOTHING we can ever do can adequately repay
the more than 250,000 American heroes who died
that we might live.
But we can and must provide hospital care and
treatment for the hundreds of thousands who are
maimed and crippled -some in body, some in mind.
To do less would be a lasting reproach to the
free institutions of democracy for which they fought.
THE MONEY COSTS WILL BE HIGH
Hospitalization of our wounded will require high amounts of money:
This is only one reason, for the Victory Loan. Millions of men must be
fed, clothed, transported home, for
remember, until they are restored to
civilian life the war is not over for
them. And it's not over for you either t j
till you do your share.__
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