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Deleted Scene: Wartime Contradictions

  • Aired: 07/03/2014
  • 02:03
  • Rating: NR
Though the allied forces in WW II fought for freedom from oppression, the 130,000 black soldiers stationed in Britain were segregated. In this interview, London author and professor Les Back tells Tukufu about their experiences, as well as the ways Glenn Miller was implicated in that segregation.
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London professor Les Back tells Tukufu about segregation of black soldiers during WW II.
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