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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
Black & White
Page Count: 28
Forest Hairston tells the story of his operations in a Heavy weapons unit whose mission was to maintain security of Allied positions on islands throughout the Pacific. Near the end of August 1945 he was ordered to lead patrols deep into enemy-held territory on the Philippine island of Mindanao. Following the surrender of the Japanese Imperial government, he led a small unit on a mission to convince fanatical warriors that their leaders had done the unthinkable, surrender.
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