The Hellfighters of Harlem: African-American Soldiers Who Fought for the Right to Fight for Their Country

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They set a record in World War I with the longest frontline service of any American regiment, without a soldier captured or a foot of ground lostbut the 369th was forbidden to fight for the U.S. army. Handed over to France, this all-black unit became a band of heroes, such as private Henry Johnson, who singlehandedly knocked out a platoon of twenty-eight German troops. The feat won him France s prestigious Croix de Guerreyet Johnson is today still denied America s Medal of Honor. The saga of soldiers who struggled to reach ...

The Hellfighters of Harlem: African-American Soldiers Who Fought for the Right to Fight for Their Country 2004, Basic Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780786713073

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The Hellfighters of Harlem: African-American Soldiers Who Fought for the Right to Flight for Their Country 2002, Basic Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780786710508

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