Gen. John J. Pershing reviews African-American troops at Is-Sur-Tille in France. The photo is part of “Make Way for Democracy,” an online-only exhibit of 100 photos that recognize African-Americans’ contributions in World War I.
Gen. John J. Pershing reviews African-American troops at Is-Sur-Tille in France. The photo is part of “Make Way for Democracy,” an online-only exhibit of 100 photos that recognize African-Americans’ contributions in World War I. National World War I Museum and Memorial
Gen. John J. Pershing reviews African-American troops at Is-Sur-Tille in France. The photo is part of “Make Way for Democracy,” an online-only exhibit of 100 photos that recognize African-Americans’ contributions in World War I. National World War I Museum and Memorial

World War I museum tells the stories of forgotten African-Americans who served their country

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