She may be a bag of trouble — Mistakes Were Made

During World War I, U.S. federal officials became concerned that a huge percentage of men in the military were infected with syphilis or gonorrhea. These diseases were not only a health risk to the soldiers, but it’s also a national security risk as well. If the soldiers couldn’t perform their soldierly duties, it hurt the U.S. war effort and the country couldn’t have that.

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recovering Lawyer, History buff who wants to share my knowledge with the world . To teach them lessons from our past. see all of the stories on www.mwmblog.com

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