France, July 12, 1944.
American black-skinned sappers in France are training in clearing communication lines.
These men, from left to right in the photo are: Sergeant Bennie Burns; Sergeant Vincent MacNeill; Sergeant Frank Mack; Private 1st Grade Riggles McCutcheon; Sergeant John A. Barbee; Sergeant Thomas G. Alexander.
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December 1944. Black American soldiers carry on a stretcher the body of a member of the 285-FAOB killed at Five Points Crossroads (Baugnez) The Malmedy Massacre: On Dec 17, 1944, in Baugnez, a suburb of the Belgian city of Malmedy, soldiers of the Aufklärung Abteilung (Recon) 1.SS Panzer-Corps, 1.SS Panzer-Division, Kampfgruppe Peiper under the command of SS-Obersturmbannführer Joachim Peiper, shot 86 American prisoners of war captured shortly before.
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Normandy, France, June 10, 1944. US army platoon in the French city of Vièrville-sur-Mer is preparing to search and destroy an enemy sniper in an ambush nearby. The sergeant and soldier from the US army platoon are armed with M1 carbines, the soldier in the center with the M1 Garand rifle.
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A 3rd-class black mechanic 3 Cl Alvin V. Morrison is repairing a Catalina flying boat at the US Navy airbase in Seattle.
Consolidated PBY Catalina.
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Seattle, USA
April 27, 1944
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Soldiers from the American 93rd Infantry Division patrol in the jungle on islands in the South Pacific captured by the Japanese during World War II.
US 93rd Infantry Division
Pacific Theater of Operations
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May 01, 1944
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Black American anti-aircraft gunners from the 477th Antiaircraft Artillery Air Warning Battalion study geographic maps of the fighting in the Gulf of Oro, New Guinea.
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New Guinea
15 November 1944
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