qThis book is an account of the 2, 445 African American men who were killed, wounded or decorated during World War II in the Navy, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine. In addition to detailing the circumstances and location of each loss, information of a more personal nature is often included. The book includes many pictures of the men profiledq--Provided by publisher.Vaughn, Ernest, Stm-1, enlisted 12 January 1944 at Duquesne, PA, entered at Pittsburgh, PA, completed boot camp ... Falmouth, Cornwall, England, 15 August- 21 September 1944, subsequently transferred stateside, later duty at Naval Base, anbsp;...
|Title||:||African American World War II Casualties and Decorations in the Navy, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine|
|Author||:||Glenn A. Knoblock|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2009|