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Private interment was held with the Canton VFW according full military honors. This is a major step towards a regular, uniformed nursing service for the Army. It is a blueprint for Syrian military, economic, and political success in the... You can find out more about the project and read case studies from some of the papers on The National Archives' blog. Site includes texts of selected speeches and guides to library resources and events.

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