Harlem at war : the Black experience in WWII /
By the spring of 1943 more than a half million blacks were in the U.S. Army, but only 79,000 of them were overseas. Most were repeating the experience of their fathers in World War I - serving chiefly in labor battalions. Domestically, clashes between blacks and whites vying for the same jobs in boo...
|Published:||Syracuse : Syracuse University Press, 1996.|
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