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Avery, Sheldon. Up from Washington: William Pickens and the Negro Struggle for Equality. Newark, University of Delaware Press, 1980. 245 p.
Section on black soldiers in WWI era, pp 45-50.
Book call no.: 92 P594a

Barbeau, Arthur E. and Henri Florette. The Unknown Soldiers; Black American Troops in World War I. Philadelphia, Temple University Press, [1974]. 279 p.
Book call no.: 940.403 B233u

Henri, Florette and Stillman Richard Joseph. Bitter victory; a History of Black Soldiers in World War I. Garden City, N.Y, Doubleday, 1970. 120 p.
Book call no.: 940.5403 H518b

Williams, Charles Halston. Negro Soldiers in World War I: the Human Side. New York, AMS Press, 1970
Doc. call no.: 940.3 W722n


Cockfield, Jamie. Eugene Bullard, America's First Black Military Aviator, Flew for France During World War I. Military History 12:10+ February 1996.

Dalton, Robert. They Also Fought. Field Artillery Journal 41:18-23 October-November 1973.

Gatski, John. Enlisted History: Eugene J. Bullard, the First Black Combat Pilot. Sergeants 27:42-43 January-February 1988.

Graf, William S. Henry Johnson (of the 369th Colored) Was a Fighting Man (first American to win the French Croix de Guerre). Soldiers 30:10-11 April 1975.

Guttman, Jon. Regiment's Pride (369th Infantry in WW I): Interview with Hamilton Fish. Military History 8:34-41 October 1991.

May, Stephen. World War I Veteran Horace Pippin Used Art to Purge Himself of the Horrors of the Trenches Military History 14:14+ February 1998.

Raschke, Phillip E. Harlem's Hellfighters (The all-black 369th of WWI) Soldiers 32:49-52 August 1977.

Renner, Craig J. Under Arms: The Forgotten Black Soldiers of World War I. World & I 13:206-213 November 1998.

Smith, Mary H. The Incredible Life of Monsieur Bullard. Ebony 23:120 December 1967.
World's first black fighter pilot (flew for France in WWI).

Steele, Dennis. Hellfighters from Harlem. Soldiers 43:6-9 February 1988.
Black soldiers of the 369th Infantry Regiment in WWI and WWII.

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