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Records of Military Agencies Relating to African Americans From the Post-World War I Period to the Korean War
Lisha B. Penn (ed.). Provides descriptions of more than 145 series of textual records that include info. about African American (AA) service men & women from the period extending from the end of WW1 through the Korean War. The boundaries of coverage were determined by a recognition that (1) successful efforts have been made to describe the records on this topic created prior to & during WW1, & (2) the filing practices of mil. org. that isolated records relating to race changed with the full integration of the U.S. Armed Forces during the Korean War. Focuses on textual records in archival facilities in the Wash., DC, area where most records relating to mil. policy & practice are housed.
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