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African-American Soldiers in World War I: The 92nd and 93rd Divisions -- ht t p:// e dsi t em e nt. ne h . g o v / v i e w _less o n_pl a n. a sp? i d=497 A6.5: African-Americans in World War I Assignment Research Questions: The 92nd Division DIRECTIONS: Choose two of the four quotes and answer the following questions. 1. What sources did you use? Label them 1, 2, and 3. For the remaining questions, you can reference the numbers for each answer. 2. What might be the potential bias, if any, of the authors? Give examples of remarks you found that seemed to contain bias . I did not really see any bias from the authors they seemed to state facts. The only bias I saw was in 4 when the author was telling of colonel Fred Browns bias towards the blacks. 3. What significant positive statements, if any, about the 92nd Division did you find in your documents? Mistakes were made and a few individuals failed, but in my opinion the 92nd Division under Colored Officers did as well as it was humanly possible to do under the circumstances.”- 3 4.
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