Definition of the GI Bill of Rights from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

the GI Bill of Rights

 
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a US law passed in 1944 to give financial help to members of the armed forces when they returned from World War II. This included money given to help pay for homes and education. By 1947, about 4 million people had benefited from the law. It now helps anyone leaving the US armed forces.