From Harlem to the Rhine: The Story of New York's Colored Volunteers

TitleFrom Harlem to the Rhine: The Story of New York's Colored Volunteers
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1936
AuthorsLittle, Arthur W.
Number of Pages382
PublisherCovici, Friede
CityNew York
Abstract

Arthur Little was for a period regimental adjutant, and commanded the First Battalion of the Fifteenth New York Colored Regiment, a National Guard unit. In this book he tells the story of this all-Black regiment, as they served during World War I. The 15th Infantry Regiment was reorganized and re-designated on 1 March 1918 as the 369th Infantry Regiment. On 13 December 1918, one month after Armistice day, the French government awarded the Croix de Guerre to 170 individual members of the 369th, and a unit citation was awarded to the entire regiment. 

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