Records of Military Agencies Relating to African Americans from the Post World War I Period to the Korean War

Guide to records of the Air Force, Army, Navy (including the Marine Corps) and Department of Defense relating to African Americans in the armed forces, from 1915 to 1950, with some records as late as 1964.

Records of Military Agencies Relating to African Americans from the Post World War I Period to the Korean War

Guide to records of the Air Force, Army, Navy (including the Marine Corps) and Department of Defense relating to African Americans in the armed forces, from 1915 to 1950, with some records as late as 1964.

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