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William Robertson, Editor

Emile L. Genest, Managing Editor

Roy W. Nickerson, Managing Editor

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Following World War II, the federal G.I. Bill enabled approximately 2.3 million, predominantly white male Veterans to receive a post-secondary education. To accommodate increased enrollment in 1946, the University of Maine established the Brunswick Campus at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station. The remote campus operated until spring 1949, when Veteran registrations waned.


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