4 edition of Blacks in the military found in the catalog.
Blacks in the military
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Bernard C. Nalty and Morris J. MacGregor.|
|Contributions||Nalty, Bernard C., MacGregor, Morris J., 1931-|
|LC Classifications||UB418.A47 B55 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 367 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||80054664|
While still discriminatory, the Army was far more progressive in race relations than the other branches of the military. Blacks could not serve in the Marines, and could only serve limited and. Blacks in the Military The Civil War () and the Black Participation in the Conflict When the war began in , most people were in agreement that slavery was not the primary issue; restoration of the Union was the principal concern. Within days of its beginning, blacks volunteered to serve, but Lincoln, worried about driving the border states into the Confederacy, and.
Military Times' best books of the year include three fiction and seven nonfiction picks. (Istock photo) Here are the most unforgettable books of , works that deserve and then command your Author: J. Ford Huffman. After retiring from her teaching career, Dr. Putney turned to writing, focusing on the achievement of African Americans in the military. Her first book, Black Sailors: Afro-American Merchant Seamen and Whalemen Prior to the Civil War, published in by Greenwood Press, was described by one reviewer as "A welcome contribution to what amounts to a new field of study, black history and the American Born: November 9, , Norristown, Pennsylvania, U.S. The emerging debate on black “over‐representation” arises from the misleading fact that blacks last year constituted 16 per cent of all enlisted military personnel; 22 per cent of the Army.
The Navy entered World War II with about 4, black enlisted men and no black officers. All but six of the enlisted men were on mess duty. By , their numbers had risen to 27, Whether by defending our country on the front lines to providing support to U.S. soldiers and civilian employees, these legendary black women made a mark in the military worldAuthor: Kandia Johnson. African Americans have participated in all of the country's major conflicts, from the Revolutionary War to the present. Their contributions were vital and their courage on the battlefield commendable. Often, however, the nation was less than grateful. This book tells the story of blacks in the U.S. ed on: Septem
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