The Color Of War: How One Battle Broke Japan And Another Changed America
by James Campbell /
2012 / English / PDF
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An account of two pivotal events from July 1944 explores the battle for Saipan as central to the defeat of Japan and traces the Port Chicago Naval Ammunition Depot explosion that killed numerous African-American soldiers, tracing the responses and heroism that led to the largest mutiny trial in U.S. naval history. By the author of The Ghost Mountain Boys. 30,000 first printing.