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An Oral History of African-Americans and the Development of Radar Defense Technology at Fort Monmouth, N.J. 1940-1959

Book Title

An Oral History of African-Americans and the Development of Radar Defense Technology at Fort Monmouth, N.J. 1940-1959

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Publication Date

1993

Keywords

African American Scientists, Air defenses

Subject

African American scientists, Air defenses, World War, 1935-1945 -- Technology, Oral History.

Disciplines

Communication

Description

Volume contains the typescripts of the oral histories of Benjamin L. Bluford Jr., Thomas E. Daniels, William Jones, and Harold Tate. The histories document the role of African-American scientists in the development of air defense technology during World War II.

Comments

Gift of Robert Johnson, Jr. 1994

ISBN

FBC180

Document Type

Article

An Oral History of African-Americans and the Development of Radar Defense Technology at Fort Monmouth, N.J. 1940-1959

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