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United States Army Infantry Regiment, 369th

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Newspaper for and by the 369th Regiment, Coast Artillery (AA) stationed at Fort Ontario. The 369th was an African American unit known in WWI as "Harlem's Hellfighters" or the "Black Rattlers".They were reorganized in 1924 and redesignated in 1940 as the 369th Coast Artillery (Antiaircraft Artillery)
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Audience level: 0.20 (from 0.07 for A more unb ... to 0.77 for Post-scrip ...)

Lost battalions : the Great War and the crisis of American nationalityThe Harlem Hellfighters : when pride met courageHarlem's Hell Fighters : the African-American 369th Infantry in World War IThe Hellfighters of Harlem : African-American soldiers who fought for the right to fight for their country
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Black Rattlers

Harlem Hellfighters

Harlem's Own

Hellfighters of Harlem

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