Harlem's Hell Fighters: The African-American 369th Infantry in World War I

Harlem's Hell Fighters: The African-American 369th Infantry in World War I

by Stephen L. Harris, Rod Paschall

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781574886351
Publisher: Potomac Books
Publication date: 03/31/2005
Pages: 356
Sales rank: 417,038
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author


Stephen L. Harris is the author of Duty, Honor, Privilege: New York’s Silk Stocking Regiment and the Breaking of the Hindenburg Line (Brassey’s, Inc., 2001), Harlem’s Hell Fighters: The African-American 369th Infantry in World War I (Brassey’s, Inc., 2003), and Duffy's War: Fr. Francis Duffy, Wild Bill Donovan, and the Irish Fighting 69th in World War I (Potomac Books, 2006). He lives in Weybridge, Vermont.

Table of Contents


List Of Illustrations
Foreword by Rod Paschall
Preface
Prologue: Strength of The Nation
1. “We Have The Regiment”
2. Pancho Villa Rides To The Rescue
3. “The Color Line Will Not Be Drawn In His Regiment”
4. The Man Who Stood For Something
5. The Honor Of The State
6. “I Will Startle The World”
7. “Black Is Not A Color of The Rainbow”
8. “Color, Blood, And Suffering Have Made Us One”
9. “The Man Has Kicked Us Right To France”
10. “Landed At Brest, Right Side Up!”
11. “This Pick And Shovel Work”
12. Ragtime In France
13. “God Damn, Le’s Go!
14. “He Can Go Some!”
15. “I Wish I Had A Brigade, Yes, A Division”
16. “There Was Nothing Between The German Army And Paris Except My Regiment”
17. “Lieutenant, You Shot Me! You Shot A Good Man!”
18. “Shell-Shocked, Gassed, Sunk To The Verge Of Delirium”
Epilogue: All Suns Had Gone Down
Notes
Bibliography
Index
About The Author

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