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THE COURT-MARTIAL OF JACKIE ROBINSON: The Baseball Legend's Battle for Civil Rights During World War II

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THE COURT-MARTIAL OF JACKIE ROBINSON: The Baseball Legend's Battle for Civil Rights During World War II

Eleven years before Rosa Parks resisted going to the back of the bus, a young black second lieutenant, hungry to fight Nazis in Europe, refused to move to the back of a U.S. Army bus in Texas, and found himself court-martialed. The defiant soldier was Jackie Robinson, who would go on to break the color barrier in Major League Baseball.

Format: Hardbound
Pages: 283
Publisher: Stackpole
Publishing status: Current
ISBN: 9780811738644
Item #: 3852792

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