African Americans in WW ll
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African Americans suffered terribly because of their race. Many were slaves.
Many were not allow to fight instead they had jobs such as cooking and cleaning.
They lived in segregated housings,ate at segregated tables,and received segregated training.
More than 12,000 black men served in the 92nd division received awards for their courage.
By 1944, there were 145,000 black men serving in the U.S Army Air Force. Among them were the members of the 99th Fighter Squadron,popularly known as the Tuskegee Airmen.
The entire unit was awarded a Distinguished Unit Citation.
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