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United and Integrated
Integrated and united against fascism in the A.L.B. Front left to right: Mexican, Afro-American, Philipino, Cuban, Japanese-American.

Afro-Americans returning from Spain on H.M.S. Ansonia.

Comrades-in-arms on their return from the battlefields.

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Table of Contents

1/Black Americans in the Spanish People's war

4/Introduction By Vaughn Love

6/"Eulogy To The Dead" By Ernest Hemingway

8/First Black American Casualty in Spain
Daily Worker Harlem Bureau

10/The Death of a Black Communist By Benjamin Davis, Jr.

12/Remember This By William P. Smith, Jr.

13/Anti-Fascist Black Americans By Victoria Missick


26/Spain Was a Love Affair By Vaughn Love

27/The Phantom Pilot By Joe Mizrahi

31/Letter From A Military Commander By Milton Wolff

33/First Black Commander in U.S. Armed Forces History

36/VALB Member Speaks His Mind By Benjamin Goldring, Esq.

38/Black VIP's Hail ALB Anti-Fascist Fighters

44/The ALB 42nd Anniversary

45/"You Are History" By Dolores (Pasionaria) Ibarruri

47/A Tribute to Black Anti-Fascists

50/The Saga of the Afro-American ALB Members, A Visual Presentation

58/Racism--The Stink of the Slave Market By Joe Brandt

62/Partial Listing of Black Americans in the ALB

63/References and Notes

64/Posters--The Spanish People's War Against Fascism

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