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“[For black soldiers], but especially those out of the South, Germany was a breath of freedom. [They could] go where they wanted, eat where they wanted, and date whom they wanted, just like other people.”

Colin Powell about his tour of duty in West Germany in 1958, from My American Journey (1995)

 




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A Breath of Freedom:
The Civil Rights Struggle, African American GIs, and Germany

Maria Höhn and Martin Klimke (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)

 

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