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Caribbeans in World War II


Caribbean Women in World War II [Image is from The Black Presence in Britain]

“Pilots of the Caribbean - RAF Honours the Black Heroes Who
Fought for Britain,”
S.I. Martin, Voice Writer, The Gleaner, October 31, 2013
"A new exhibition at the RAF Museum in Hendon, Pilots of the Caribbean,
celebrates the contribution of black personnel in the RAF,”

by Rosy Moorhead, Times October 31, 2013

Caribbean Aircrew in the RAF During WW2
Facebook Petition for awarding Walter Tull a Posthumous Military Cross
- The Black Presence in Britain
- Black British History Website

Caribbean participants in the Second World War
Caribbean Participants in the Two World Wars – Caribbean Elections
The Role of West Indian Soldiers During the First World War

Tuskegee Airmen

Gary Roberts. "Tuskegee Airman honored in Oviedo,”
Seminole Chronicle
April 21, 2010

Haiti History 101: The Haitian Tuskegee Airmen -

Haitian Tuskegee Airmen! -

Haitian-Tuskegee Airman Receives Medal – April 6, 2010 - Tuskegee Airmen

"3 Haitians Learning to Fly the U.S. Way at TAFS"
The Afro American
. April 10, 1943.

"Tuskegee Airmen Pilot Listing” - Tuskegee University.

Caribbean Women in World War II

Bousquet, Ben, and Colin Douglas. 1991. West Indian Women at War: British
Racism in World War II.
London: Lawrence & Wishart.

Caribbean Women in WW2 Britain - The Black Presence in Britain
- Black British History Website

Black and Minority Ethnic Women and the Sea in World War 2
- by Whnadmin October 26, 2012

Lilian Bader willLilian Bader  - Served: 1941-1944
Women's Auxiliary Air Force in England

Connie Mark (née Macdonald), Auxiliary Territorial Service (Jamaica)

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