The Port Chicago Mutiny
New York: Warner Books, c1989. First Printing. 24 cm, 192, illus., note taped to front endpaper, ink notation on front endpaper, few library markings, DJ taped to boards In this account of the largest mass mutiny trial in U.S. naval history, fifty black seamen were put on trial for refusing to load explosives during World War II. Condition: good, ex-lib., good.
Keywords: WWII, Thurgood Marshall, NAACP, Racism, Discrimination, Segregation, Ammunition, Explosion, U.S. Navy
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