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[[top image - black & white photograph of a large group of Negro soldiers]] [[caption]] IN TRAINING AT CAMP STANLEY, TEXAS [[/caption]] [[bottom image - black & white photograph of Negro soldiers sitting at a table]] [[caption]] READING ROOM 366TH INFANTRY ARMY CLUB, DES MOINES, IOWA, (see page 83) [[/caption]] 80 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[top image - black & white photograph of soldiers on horseback]] [[caption]] SPAHIS (NEGROID ALGERIANS) AT SALONICA [[/CAPTION]] [[bottom image - black & white photograph of soldiers marching with rifles]] [[caption]] "OUT OF AFRICA HAVE I CALLED MY SON [[/caption]] 81
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