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Very good book. It is a shame (since I like milatary history ). All the documentaries I see have no black American soldiers in it what soever. 1.8 million blacks fought in WWII.Published 13 months ago by nlee
so many black soliders was heroes and we were never taught about them. i enjoyed reading this book.Published 14 months ago by lorraine fryer
This book is full of letters and stories that bring the war to life.
There is no doubt that the out come of WW2 would have been DIFFRENT without AM participation.
Book arrived in excellent condition, good value for the money. Book's author lived in the house I now live in, and I bought the house from his parents, who are a big part of the... Read morePublished on November 4, 2013 by Richard
My Uncle, Captain Charles H. Dubra is one of the heros mentioned in this book so it is a family keepsake.Published on August 13, 2013 by Anna Loraine Vienn
Book was very informative, bringing what I knew and adding volumes more.
Well written and easy to understand.
This is an excellent book, really makes justice to these american citizens. The history about Robert T. Browne is specialy touching, and Robert Fikes, in "The Triumph of Robert T. Read morePublished on February 3, 2008 by Ribot Vasco Axel Nuñez