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Separate and Unequal: Race Relations in the AAF During World War 2
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Stock Number 008-070-00790-8
ISBN 9780160515910
Price $1.75
International Price $ 2.45
Description Describes relations between white and black Americans in the Army Air Forces (AAF) during World War II. Through confrontation with black and white liberal groups, the Army Air Forces learned that active commitment, vital leadership, and equal opportunity produced a more viable military organization than segregation and unequal treatment.
Publisher Defense Dept., Air Force, Air Force History and Museums Program
Year/pages 2004: 60 p.; ill.
Note NB1302
Key Phrases Air Force History and Museums Program, Race Relations in the Army Air Forces, World War 2, Black History, Military History, Air Force History, Segregation
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Author Osur, Alan M.
Weight 0 lbs. 6 oz.
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Binding Paper Cover, Stitch
Cover Paper
Available Date 05/05/04
Subject Bibliography 006 098
Status Date 10/01/10
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