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Veterans Database

“It’s often said that my generation is the greatest generation. That’s not a title we claimed for ourselves. Truth be told, we were ordinary Americans fated to confront extraordinary tests. Every generation of young men and women who dare to face the realities of war—fighting for freedom, defending our country, with a willingness to lay their lives on the line—is the greatest generation.”
-Bob Dole, One Soldier’s Story page 3

Kansas Veterans Virtual Memory Wall – Coming November 2021

Submit a profile online today for inclusion in the exhibit.

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Dole’s Work for Veterans

Senator Dole has long been a committed advocate for veterans and their families. From service as National Chairman for the WWII Memorial Commission and as a member of the President’s Commission on Care for America’s Returning Wounded Warriors, to his close work with veterans through the Honor Flight Network, Dole’s dedication in this area has made an impact on countless Americans.

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Dole Family WWII Letters

2015 marks 70 years since Bob Dole’s injuries on a battlefield in Italy and the end of World War II as well as a decade since the release of the former senator’s 2005 memoir, One Soldier’s Story. The Robert J. Dole Archive & Special Collections has created and made available an online collection titled “Dole Family WWII Letters” in order to bring historical work featured in Dole’s memoir to a global audience.

Access the online collection here »

We are grateful for the support of H.W. (Bill) Reece and John Taylor Dyatt, who, along with all of those others in the greatest generation, gave so much that we might today enjoy the liberties and privileges of this great nation.

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