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Photograph by an unknown Associated Press photographer, July 1932.

Date created
July 1932
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  • The Great Depression and World War II: Primary sources and readings explore the history of North Carolina and the United States during the Great Depression and World War II (1929–1945). (Page 1.5)

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Bonus Marchers and police battle in Washington, DC

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Original caption read, “‘Bonus Marchers’ and police battle in Washington, DC. The marchers came to Washington, DC, to demand their veterans ‘bonus’ payment early from Congress. After several months of camping near the Anacostia River and after several confrontations with police, federal, troops drove the marchers from the city.”