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From the Publisher"An important contribution to military and civil rights history. . . . [he Marines of Montford Point: America's First Black Marines] is a set of excerpts [of interviews] which, in Studs Terkel fashion, create an oral history of this group of Marines."
— Durham Sunday Herald-Sun
"Eloquent, unedited stories."
— Our State
"A valuable contribution to our understanding of the black military experience in World War II."
— North Carolina Historical Review
"Beautifully collected interviews. . . . Anyone interested in any aspect of the civil rights struggle or the history of race relations in the US must read this book. . . . Essential."
"A quick but inspirational read."
— Journal of America's Military Past