Pensions for Widows of World War II Veterans and of Service on Or After June 27, 1950, on Same Basis as Pensions for World War I Widows: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-second Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 298 [and Others] Bills which Would Place Widows of World War II Veterans and of Service on Or After June 27, 1950, on Same Basis, for Pension Purposes, as Widows of World War I. January 22, 1952
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1952 - Military pensions - 28 pages
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act of December act of July additional child Administration American Legion AMVETS Armed Forces award BILL To provide Birdsall Chairman child or children children of deceased China Relief Expedition concurrent resolution deceased veterans December 14 determined by Presidential disability incurred Disabled American Veterans Donohue due to service Dyess eligibility enacted entitled to pension entitled to receive equally divided estimate Foster hereby amended Hunter income limitation July 19 June 27 Korean conflict Law Numbered 484 non-service-connected death pension payment of non-service-connected pensions for widows percent persons who served Presidential proclamation proclamation or concurrent Public Law 28 Public Law Numbered receiving or entitled retirement pay Rogers RUFUS H Secrest served in World served ninety days service in line Service pensions service therein service-connected disability Seventy-third Congress Stevens surviving widow thereafter be determined veterans of World WALTER ROGERS widows and children widows and orphans widows of veterans