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    Battle of the Bulge December 1944 - US POWs

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      8 MAI 1945 : CES SOLDATS NOIRS QUI ONT PARTICIPÉ À LA LIBÉRATION DE LA FRANCE Those Black soldiers who also helped with the liberation of France..

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      Ww2 American Army | world war 2 photos us army african american g i s captured african ..

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      Ardennenoffensive, U.S. african american POW's.Ardennes, France December 1944

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      Military history of African Americans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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      Black Soldiers Captured During the Battle of the Bulge

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