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The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was a work relief program for young men established in March 1933 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. It was part of the New Deal designed to combat the poverty and unemployment of the Great Depression. The young men did heavy construction work and did not receive any training. The Indian Division was a major relief agency for Indian reservations.

Although the CCC was probably the most popular New Deal program, it never became a permanent agency. After the draft began in 1940 there were fewer and fewer eligible young men. When war was declared in December 1941, all CCC work, except for wildland firefighting, was shifted onto U.S. military bases to help with construction there. The agency disbanded after Congress voted to cut off funding entirely after June 30, 1942.

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Diplomatic and Consular Corps - Prefix and Suffix Codes

Code Prefix/Suffix Meaning
C Prefix Foreign Consul
D Prefix Diplomat
S Prefix Non-diplomatic Staff
A Suffix United Nations Secretariat
A Suffix Foreign Mission to U.N. and family members
D Suffix United Nations Diplomat

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