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Black servicemen and servicewomen in World War II

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Negro Choir
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Members Of A Negro Choir, Composed Of Volunteers From The 827Th, 829Th, 847Th Aviation Engineer Battalions At Eye, England, Practice Together At Their Base. 1 September 1943.
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Black fighter squadron
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Three Members Of The Original Fighter Squadron (Negro), Left To Right, Lt. George R. Bolling, 23, 24 Cummings Ave., Peopbus, Va., 15 Months, 6 Combat Missions To His Credit, Capt. Erwin B. Lawrence, Jr., 25 Years Old And Now Squadron Commander Of The Squa
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WAR HERO - Don Duplechein

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WAR HERO - Don Duplechein holds a photo of his unit from World War II. Duplechein spent eight weeks at the Dachau concentration camp with the all-black 567th Ambulance Company.

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