The Hellfighters of Harlem : African-American soldiers who fought for the right to fight for their country /

The prevailing view that blacks were cowards excluded any consideration of enlisting them for military fighting duty in World War I. But because the nation was ill-equipped and low on manpower at the war's start, black troops were called into active duty, including the 369th regiment rooted in a New... Full description

Main Author: Harris, Bill, 1933-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Carroll & Graf Pub., 2002.
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Airport Campus Library - General

Call Number: D639 .N4 H28 2002
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Beltline Campus Library - General

Call Number: D639 .N4 H28 2002
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