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Resultados para: the harlem hellfighters

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  • The Harlem Hellfighters

    Brooks,Max
    (7445073)

    In 1919, the 369th infantry regiment marched home triumphantly from World War I. They had spent more time in combat than any other American unit, never losing a foot of ground to the enemy, or a man to capture, and winning countless decorations....

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    The Harlem Hellfighters

    Myers,Walter Dean; Bill Miles
    (9323581)

    New York Times bestselling author Walter Dean Myers and renowned filmmaker Bill Miles deftly tell the true story of the unsung American heroes of the 369th Infantry Regiment of World War I in The Harlem Hellfighters: When Pride Met Courage.At a time...

  • The Harlem Hellfighters

    Miles, William; Myers, Walter Dean
    (970789)

    A compelling narrative and never-before published photos portray the story of the unsung heroes of the African-American soldiers of the 369th Infantry Regiment, known as the Harlem Hellfighters.

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  • The Harlem Hellfighters

    Miles, William; Myers, Walter Dean
    (970788)

    Documents the heroism of the African-American soldiers of the 369th Infantry Regiment, known as the Harlem Hellfighters, who despite bigotry and discrimination distinguished themselves in combat in World War I.

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