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S.Res. 471 (112th): A resolution commending the efforts of the women of the American Red Cross Clubmobiles for exemplary service during the Second World War.


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6/21/2012--Passed Senate without amendment. Commends the exemplary and courageous service and sacrifice of each of the patriotic women of the United States who served in American Red Cross Clubmobiles during the Second World War, providing coffee, doughnuts, and a connection to home to U.S. soldiers.

Honors Clubmobile women who lost their lives during such War.

Calls upon War historians to recognize and describe the service of the Clubmobiles and to not let this important piece of U.S. history be lost.

Urges the American Red Cross to publicly commemorate the stories of the Clubmobiles and the women who served in them.