The 372nd Infantry Glee club sings the Invictus, a British poem in New York City, at 46th birthday party of Paul Robeson.
New York City USA Date:1944, April 16 Duration:1 min 54 sec Sound:Yes
The U.S. 372nd Infantry Glee club, comprised of African American soldiers, performs in New York City during a Celebration of Paul Robeson’s 46th birthday and on the anniversary of the Council on African Affairs. The 372nd Infantry Glee club sings the Invictus, a British poem, during the event at the 17th Regiment Armory at 34th Street and Park Avenue in Manhattan. Candles lit up in front of stage. After they sing, banner above stage is visible that says '17th Regiment'. Audience seated.
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