Fighting in the Jim Crow Army: Black men and women remember World War II

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Told in their own words, the stories of 50 men and women from two segregated, black infantry divisions will change the way we think about World War II.
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physical xviii, 247 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
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title Fighting in the Jim Crow Army : Black men and women remember World War II
title_display Fighting in the Jim Crow Army : Black men and women remember World War II
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