Rescission Act

Rescission Act

During World War 2 there were around more than 250,000 Filipino soldiers that fought for the allied forces and were promised the same compensation as their American counterparts, but in 1946 Truman signed the Rescission Act of 1946 which denied Filipino soldiers all of their benefits.

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