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African Americans at War: Fighting Two Battles

African Americans at War: Fighting Two Battles Just a part of the Experiencing War site created by the Library of Congress' Veterans' History Project, this segment explores the stories of ten African American veterans. Besides written text there are also audio clips. Library of
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African Americans at War: Fighting Two Battles


Just a part of the Experiencing War site created by the Library of Congress' Veterans' History Project, this segment explores the stories of ten African American veterans. Besides written text there are also audio clips.

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• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School

Becky Moeggenberg

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