The Black Soldier and Officer In The United States Army, 1891-1917.
“In this careful study, Fletcher examines years in which the military blacks found themselves affected by the growing institution of prejudice and separation of the races in the society at large, and the mirroring of that division in the military.” (dust jacket)
Description: The Black Soldier and Officer In The United States Army, 1891-1917.
Columbia: University of Missouri Press, (1974). 205pp. Publisher’s grey cloth, with dust jacket. Slight musty odor, edges of textblock with foxing, jacket with stray pencil marks. Otherwise, a very good copy.
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