African-Americans in Defense of the Nation: A Bibliography
By: James T. Controvich (author)Paperback
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While the role of the African American in American history has been written about extensively, it is often difficult to locate the wealth of material that has been published. African-Americans in Defense of the Nation builds on a long list of early bibliographies concerning the subject, bringing together a broad spectrum of titles related to the African-American participation in America's wars. It covers both military exploits-as African Americans have been involved in every American conflict since the Revolution-and their participation in the homefront support.
James T. Controvich has been publishing research oriented bibliographies for both the private sector and government military history programs for more than 25 years. His Scarecrow Press bibliography of United States Army Unit and Organizational histories has won major awards: Thomas Jefferson Prize for Best Reference Book of the Year, Society for History in the Federal Government 2003 Prize for Best Military History Book of the Year, Reference Category, Society for Military History 2004.
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