Officers address negro recruits after the completion of their U.S. Army training in the United States during World War 2.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:1 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
A film on contributions of Negro soldiers in the U.S. Army. Training of Negro recruits in a camp in the United States. They advance on a field with rifles. The recruits gather. At an outdoor religious service, U.S. Army negro soldier sit together and bow their heads in prayer. An officer addresses them. He talks about military institutions. Negro recruits seated inside a building. An officer addresses them. Soldiers march at the West Point Military Academy. View of a West Point graduation ceremony as cadets are recognized by the officers after the completion of their training. A woman ends reading a letter which her son had sent her. Several Negro soldiers and the WACs seated in a church. A man addresses them.
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