African-Americans in the First World War
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ARMY, U.S. COLORED SOLDIERS. , 1917.
Negro soldier reading to boys who can't read. Camp Gordon, Ga.
US Army Jazz Band, Camp Upton. , 1918.
Three unidentified African American soldiers in uniforms with vase of flowers in front of American flag and painted backdrop.
Two unidentified African American soldiers in uniforms and overseas caps on motorcycle with sidecar.
Distributing goodies to the negro troops as they arrive at Auteuil.
302nd Eng. repairing road over trench and 92nd Div. colored machine gunners going into action.
Unidentified African American soldier in uniform and overseas cap with rifle and knife hanging from cartridge belt.
The AMERICAN RED CROSS home service gives comfort and reassurance to American soldiers who are anxious about the welfare of their families at home.
Company A, 321st Labor Battalion, spread out in "skirmish line" formation by twos, searching for dead along the south bank of the Vesle in the Chateau-Thierry section.
Negro troops arrive at Auteuil.
On board the "Momus" at sea, in the danger zone Part of the civilian stevedore battalion.
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