U.S. Army in World War II
CMH Pub 11-4, Cloth; CMH Pub 11-4-1, Paper
1966, 2000; 740 pages, tables, maps, illustrations, bibliographical note, glossary, index
A description of the black soldier's experience during World War II, including a detailed account of the effect of segregated service on the morale and performance of black units. The study concludes with an analysis of the partially integrated service of black infantry platoons on the European front in the last months of the war.
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