In 1921, Congress established the Veterans' Bureau to consolidate the work of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance from the Department of the Treasury and the Rehabilitation Division of the Federal Board for Vocational Education. In 1930, the Bureau was consolidated with the Bureau of Pensions to form the Veterans Bureau within the Veterans' Administration. This Bureau lasted only one year before its work was taken up elsewhere within the Veterans' Administration. The annual reports began publication in 1922. (Andriot 754)
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