"When the Good Lord makes a record of a hero's deed... HE DRAWS NO COLOR LINE" -- The all-Black 369th Infantry Regiment saw extensive combat duty during World War I. Later awarded the French Croix de Guerre, the 369th was the first Allied regiment to reach the Rhine. The approximately 370,000 African-American men who served in World War I returned home to face overt racism and segregation.
A group portrait of some of the instigators of the Sobibor concentration camp uprising. On October 14, 1943, the prisoners of the camp attacked and disabled every single one of their prison guards at once - over 300 were able to escape.