The "Triple Nickles": Jim Crow Was an Elite Black Airborne Battalion's Toughest Foe
by Robert F. Williams
The lesson of the 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion for African Americans is a sadly familiar one: proving oneself is not enough; becoming members of a select fraternity was not enough to earn the respect and equality that comes with full citizenship.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
Army Releases a Critical History of the War in Iraq
The history, which totals more than 1,300 pages, now is posted on the U.S. Army War College website, along with more than 1,000 declassified documents that were used in the research.
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