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048: January 1997

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072: January 2005

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Rayford W.Logan and the Dilemma of the African American Intellectual by Kenneth R. Janken (1993)

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By Kenneth Robert Janken University of Massachusetts Press 1993 319 pages  ISBN-10 : 0870238582 ISBN-13 : 978-0870238581 There are several reasons why Americans are not that interested in the First World War: they came to it late, their losses were nothing like as severe as other combatants, there was little negative impact on the home front …


The Unknown Soldiers : Black American Troops in World War One

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By Arthur E. Barbeau and Florette Henri (1974) Philadelphia Temple University Press  ISBN 0-877722-063-8 ‘The Unknown Soldiers’ is essential reading if you are interested in understanding how African-American soldiers served and were treated during the First World War as part of the American Army. The foreword is blunt about the authors reveali…


Jamaican Volunteer in the First World War

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Jamaican Volunteers in the First World War: Race, Masculinity and the Development of National Consciousness Publisher: Manchester University Press  ISBN: 9780719069857 Richard Smith Like African-Americans from the US, Jamaicans had a fight on their hands when they returned to Jamaica after the Great War of 1914-1918. Their political and econom…