In the US draft defense budget allocates $1 million to rename database

The appropriations Committee of the U.S. house of representatives released a draft defense budget, which implies the allocation of 1 million dollars to rename military bases and other military objects, called the names of the generals of the slave South in the Civil war.

The bill still must make the full composition of the Senate, house of representatives, and only then he will be President Donald Trump.

Previously, trump said he will veto the bill on the U.S. defense budget, if it were to include a provision on renaming military bases.

During the conflict the North and the South 1861-1865 on the basis of slavery the part of the state seceded from the United States and formed the Confederate States of America (CSA). The military conflict ended with the victory of the North and restoring the USA to its former borders. Were also freed slaves, but de facto the situation of African Americans remained unequal in many States until the 1960-ies.