Burning out the Bonus Armyby
Many expected it would end badly, but hardly like this. By early summer 1932, about 20,000 men, many of them war-era veterans, and a sprinkling of women and children had occupied makeshift quarters in Washington’s Anacostia Flats neighborhood and several unused federal buildings nearby.
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