Discrimination In the Army and On the Homefront During WWII

Minorities and Women
A section taken from A Democracy At War by William L. O'Neill which describes discrimination against women on the homefront and against Black soldiers in the military.
New Roles for Minorities
Contains reports made by General Benjamin O. Davis, the first African-American general officer in the U.S. military, after his inpection of African-American troops at many different locations, including the one at Fort Devons, MA, where Naomi Craig's husband was stationed.