Henry Johnson, a member of an all-black Army unit in World War I, will posthumously receive the Medal of Honor in a June 2 ceremony at the White House, fulfilling the wishes of Johnson’s admirers, including several in Kansas City.
Henry Johnson, a member of an all-black Army unit in World War I, will posthumously receive the Medal of Honor in a June 2 ceremony at the White House, fulfilling the wishes of Johnson’s admirers, including several in Kansas City. The Associated Press AP
Henry Johnson, a member of an all-black Army unit in World War I, will posthumously receive the Medal of Honor in a June 2 ceremony at the White House, fulfilling the wishes of Johnson’s admirers, including several in Kansas City. The Associated Press AP

Long-deferred Medal of Honor to be awarded posthumously to World War I soldier

May 25, 2015 06:55 PM