soldiers' home


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sol·diers' home

(sōl′jərz)
n.
A government-funded institution for the care of military veterans.
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Majka, 96, of Holland and formerly of Holyoke, passed away peacefully March 30, 2015 at the Holyoke Soldiers' Home.
The protocol is for further details about the incidents to be released by the soldiers' home countries.
It was August 1862, and Abraham Lincoln had fled the stress of the wartime White House for the quiet of his summer getaway three miles north on the grounds of the Soldiers' Home.
After a $15 million restoration by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, President Lincoln's Cottage at the Soldiers' Home will be open to the public for the first time on February 19, 2008.
The soldiers' home activists in Finland were religiously minded women who cooperated closely with army chaplains, but the organizations maintaining the homes and the homes themselves did not bear a distinct religious character.
The Soldiers' Home was established in 1851 as an "asylum for old and disabled veterans" with the help of General Winfield Scott, who commanded American troops during the Mexican War.
July 9 watched the New Hampshire Fishercats pay tribute to more than 100 DAV members, and patients from the VA medical center, soldiers' home, and a homeless veterans shelter.
In April, Hillier completed the exterior restoration of President Lincoln and Soldiers' Home National Monument--commonly referred to as Lincoln Cottage--the most significant historic site linked with the Lincoln presidency other than the White House.
Their mission is to allow healing mobilized Soldiers to live in their own homes, provide Title X work for them near their homes, and acquire health care for them from the Soldiers' home communities.
Mountain Home was redesignated from a Soldiers' Home Branch to a National Sanitarium.
MODEL Nell McAndrew is spearheading a campaign to save an old soldiers' home from closure.
The Hospital, created by King Charles II in 1682, is actually the Army's old soldiers' home, whose inhabitants live out their declining years in attentive, if somewhat archaic, comfort.