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What a thoroughly outrageous article this is! In my experience reading news pieces from both world wars I have never once come across one in which the journalist pinpoints a particular fighting unit and labels it as substandard - but that is exactly what happens in this article about the all-black 92nd Division. Previously, I never thought such a thing would ever happen with a censored press that sought to preserve the morale of both soldiers and home front - but I was wrong.

Click here to read about the discrimination experienced by American Blacks serving in Britain.

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Jim Crow at <em>Newsweek</em> (Newsweek Magazine, 1945)

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