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[Illustration of Doris Miller Defending the Fleet at Pearl Harbor
(By Charles Alston, Office of War Information and Public Relations)
Millar Was a Navy Mess Attendant, Was the First African American
Recipient of the Navy Cross,] [Public Domain]

Bielakowski, Alexander M., and Raffaele Ruggeri. 2007. African American Troops
in World War II
Oxford: Osprey.

Converse, Elliott Vanveltner. 1997. The Exclusion Of Black Soldiers From The
Medal Of Honor In World War II: The Study Commissioned By The
United States Army To Investigate Racial Bias In The Awarding Of
The Nation's Highest Military Decoration
Jefferson, NC [u.a.]: McFarland & Co.

Gibran, Daniel K. 2001. The 92nd Infantry Division and the Italian Campaign in
World War II
Jefferson, NC [u.a.]: McFarland.

Griggs, William E., and Philip J. Merrill. 2002. The World War II Black Regiment
That Built The Alaska Military Highway: A Photographic History
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.

Houston, Ivan J., and Gordon Cohn. 2009. Black Warriors: The Buffalo
Soldiers Of World War II : Memories Of The Only Negro Infantry Division
To Fight In Europe During World War II
. New York: iUniverse.

Lanning, Michael Lee. 2004. The African-American Soldier: From Crispus
Attucks to Colin Powell
New York, N.Y.: Kensington Publishing Corp.

Moore, Christopher Paul. 2005. Fighting For America: Black Soldiers, the
Unsung Heroes of World War II
New York: One World.

Morris, Robert V. 2011. Black Faces Of War A Legacy Of Honor From
The American Revolution To Today
Minneapolis, MN: Zenith Press.

Motley, Mary Penick. 1987. The Invisible Soldier: The Experience of
The Black Soldier, World War II
Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Salter, Krewasky A. 2003. Combat Multipliers African-American
Soldiers in Four Wars
Fort Leavenworth, Kan: Combat Studies Institute Press.

Sutherland, Jonathan D. 2003. African Americans at War: An
Encyclopedia Vol. 1

Wilson, Joe. 1999. The 761st "Black Panther" Tank Battalion in World War II:
An Illustrated History of the First African American Armored
Unit to See Combat
Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.


World War II- Combat Troops in Italy circa 1944 [20 Videos]

African American History WW2 1944 – [Min: 8:17]

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