Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
  

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Contents

Negroes in the Nam
31
Black soldier
31
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Blacks), United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)
Goodbye to civilian life
45
Military life
SAC.
50
United States Air Force Strategic Air Command
Lieutenant General Benjamin O. Davis jr; only three-star black general
56
Benjamin O. Davis (Jr.)
Eighteen months as a prisoner of the Viet Cong
114
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Prisoners and prisons)
Deserters in Sweden
120
Desertion, Military
Germany: trouble spot for black GIs
124
United States (Armed Forces, Forces in Europe)
Something for the boys
130
Black women (Photographs)
Negro officer
136
United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)

Black man and the draft
61
Draft
Black girls in uniform
68
United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)
Rest and recreation
76
United States (Armed Forces, Recreation)
Why Negroes re-enlist
87
United States (Armed Forces, Recruiting, enlistment, etc)
James Brown entertains the troops
94
James Brown (American singer.), United StatesArmed Forces/Recreation
Bride for the captain
101
Harold A. JENKINS (Jr.), Weddings
G.I. humor
108
Humor, Black
Paradox of the black soldier
142
Blacks (Civil rights)
Returning vet
145
Black veterans
Guardian of silent atom power
152
Lee BRADLEY
Hot meals at the front
158
United States Army (Commissariat)
These truly are the brave
164
United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)
Fashion freedom '68
178
Fashion shows

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