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by Robert Ewell Greene

Author: Robert Ewell Greene
Language: English
Publisher: R.E. Greene (1992)
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After the war he finished his education in aerospace engineering. While the unit would not be ready before Japan surrendered, the Tuskegee Airmen showed that they deserved every right to be treated as true American citizens. He would later work with a captured german rocket scientist to design the reaction control system for the Bell X-15. Despite segregation and racial prejudice, when America went to war they volunteered. They waged the Double V Campaign against Germany abroad and against discrimination at home.