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WW1 92nd Division history
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The attached article is a lovely piece that was originally written in French for a village newspaper. The journalist describes the collective excitement of the townsfolk in welcoming the Americans to their sleepy hamlet, and how astounded they all were to find that the arriving Doughboys were all of African descent!

Read an Article About the Gratitude of France

Click here to read a history of African-Americans between the years 1619 through 1939.

       *Watch a Film Clip About the Harlem Hell Fighters*



A French Village Welcomes the Ninety-Second Division (The Crises, 1919)

A French Village Welcomes the Ninety-Second Division (The Crises, 1919)

A French Village Welcomes the Ninety-Second Division (The Crises, 1919)

A French Village Welcomes the Ninety-Second Division (The Crises, 1919)

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