Willard,Tom Sable Doughboys (Black Sabre Chronicles,Bk 2) 'Like new,may have shelf wear.' All Orders Shipped With Tracking And Delivery Confirmation Numbers.
Tom Willard began the compelling saga of African-American fighting men and their wives in book one of The Black Sabre Chronicles, the highly acclaimed "Buffalo Soldiers." In "The Sable Doughboys," the second edition of the chronicles, Willard continues that captivating story as he takes us back to World War I and the sons of Sergeant Major Augustus Sharps, the great "buffalo soldier" of the Western Indian wars. Continuing their father's valiant fighting tradition, the two young men withstand vicious racial attacks in order to endure the first Negro officer training program.
Once officers of the 93rd Division in 1917-18, however, Adrian and David Sharps face war on two fronts: They are subjected to racial hatred and violence on the home front as they prepare to face death in the horrors of trench warfare in the battle of the Meuse-Agronne on the Western Front of France.
"The Sable Doughboys" is an engrossing story of uncommon courage and fortitude-unheralded hallmarks of the African-American soldier in America's wars.