THE AMERICAN FOREIGN LEGION: Black Soldiers of the 93d in World War I
Porter, Scott A., Military Review
THE AMERICAN FOREIGN LEGION: Black Soldiers of the 93d in World War I, Frank E. Roberts, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 2004,259 pages, $29.95.
Did the black soldiers of the 93d Division fight for America or for France? You can form your own opinion, but the 93d was one of the first, and arguably the best, fighting units in the American Expeditionary Force (AEF). The 93d's amazing story is well written by first-time author Frank E. Roberts, who takes the reader from the establishment and training of the division's regiments in 1917 to its deployment and combat in France to the "taps for the 93d" ceremony in 1919. Roberts covers each infantry regiment through each phase of …
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Publication information: Article title: THE AMERICAN FOREIGN LEGION: Black Soldiers of the 93d in World War I. Contributors: Porter, Scott A. - Author. Journal title: Military Review. Volume: 85. Issue: 3 Publication date: May/June 2005. Page number: 106+. © 2009 U.S. Army CGSC. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.