By Adam P. Wilson
This ebook tells the tales of those black American squaddies’ lives in the course of education, in wrestle and after their go back domestic. the writer addresses problems with nationwide and overseas racism and equality and discusses the Army’s use of African American troops, the construction of a segregated officer education camp, the war’s implications for civil rights in the United States, and armed forces accountability as a duty of citizenship.
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