Pictorial History Three Hundred Sixty Seventh Infantry: Army of the United States, 1942
85 pp. yearbook of the members of the 367th Infantry in 1942, including commanding officers, regimental staff, a short history of the infantry division, and photographs of all of the members of each company and battalion, each accompanied a full page of photographs showing the company at rest or doing drills, accompanied by some loose photographs and postcards. Slightly shaken, one page missing a corner, two pages stuck together. 4vo. Cloth, rubbed along spine and at corners. Atlanta (Army Press) 1942. The 367th Infantry was a part of the 92nd Infantry Division of the United States Army in World War I and World War II, colloquially known as the "Buffalo Soldiers." The segregated unit was the only African-American infantry to see combat in Europe during World War II, as part of the 5th Army. As of January 2015, OCLC locates two holdings worldwide. (Inventory #: 48140)
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