African American Soldiers in World War II
Scope and Contents
91 photos of African Americans during World War II. Many of the photos are labeled Wissmar (captured by Ally forces May 2, 1945) and Frankfurt, Germany. Some names of the soldiers are printed on the back of the photographs. Most of the photos are not dated and depict men in their uniforms near military vehicles and in a casual setting. Some photographs are of the men with local (civilian dress) women.
- Creation: circa 1945
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0.25 Linear Feet
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This collection is arranged as it was received.
- Guide to the African American Soldiers in World War II
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- Script of description
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English