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When the fighting began at Iwo Jima on February 19, 1945, the African American men of 8th Marine Ammunition Company and the 33d, 34th, and 36th Marine Depot Companies were ashore under heavy fire on the beach as they unloaded and readied ammunition. #BHM #IwoJima75
You can also read more about their experiences as recorded in the newspapers that the internees produced. Church papers, newspapers, and school papers can be found in the Records of the War Relocation Authority (Record Group 210) #DayOfRemembrance #EO9066
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PFCs Willie J. Kanady, Eugene F. Hill, and Joe Alexander of the 34th Depot Company rest during a lull in the action. African-American companies that fought at #IwoJima75 were among support units of V Amphibious Corps awarded the Navy unit citation. #BHM
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BURR: Goes and proposes his own form of government! COMPANY: What? BURR: His own plan for a new form of government! COMPANY: What? BURR: Talks for six hours! The convention is listless! Happy#ConstitutionDay ! See what docs inspired these lyrics #Hamilton