I had talked to a few old black men about World War II, and asked them if Black men were still being lynched in the armed services in world war II. Well a couple said they did hear about it, and it was a rumor to be going around, and they thought there was some truth to it because they were still lynching black men in the southern States of the USA.
I was wondering if anyone knew for certain if this did occur or not?
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