The Harlem Hellfighters
Max Brooks talked about his book, The Harlem Hellfighters, in which he used historical research to write an account of the first African-American regiment to fight in World War I, the 369th Infantry Regiment, dubbed the “Harlem Hellfighters.” Mr. Brooks spoke at the Free Library of Philadelphia. close
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