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Invisible Soldiers of WWII #2

The 93rd Infantry Division, staffed with all-black soldiers and a mix of black, white and Japanese American officers served as combat soldiers, garrison units, Intelligence officers and laborers facing veteran soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army.

Lamont Wes Harvey

Standard Comic
Black & White
Page Count: 32

Irvin Earl Cannaday tells the story of his rifle company on Bougainville Island. In the Spring of 1944, the 25th Infantry Regiment advanced up the Laruma River against veteran units of the Japanese Imperial Army and then held a position against a large counter-attack. Their final operation in the Philippines in August 1945 led to an unexpected confrontation. Cannady also expressed a very personal opinion of the atomic bomb.

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