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Algerians, Moroccans, Senegalese, Americans - this six page article summarizes the assorted W.W. I victories and defeats of the various Allied units that were composed entirely of Black soldiers.

"'Black devils' the German soldiers called them, when, fighting like demons, they had forced the Kaiser's shock troops to retreat before them."

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'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

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'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

'The Negro in the War' (New York Times, 1919)

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