- Aug 21, 2020
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My grandparents couldn’t afford a house despite the GI Bill, so it did them no good. If your parent served during WWII at eighteen, you’d have to be at least ninety six years old and that’s assuming you father was nineteen when you appeared born. Your math is way off or you are a very rare bird to be posting on the internet at ninety six plus years old. Even if your parents had eight kids, you’d still be in you4 late eighties.My parents were able to buy a house after WWII because of the GI Bill. That same opportunity was not given to Black vets, per government policy. My parents lived frugally and passed a portion of that home's value to me. The families of those Black vets got nothing.