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Resource ID: #22174
Subject: Courts
Source: query failed
Date: 2005-04-01



This book investigates the longest U.S. Army court-martial of WWII, in which 43 African-American soldiers were charged with rioting and 28 were convicted. The author reveals that an investigation done before the trial contradicts most of the testimony given during the court-martial.

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