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No Mail, No Morale: The Story of the 6888th Central Postal Battalion

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Ages 6 and up

 

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John Bruce
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Learn the story of the only all-African American, all-female unit sent to England and France during World War II to sort a massive backlog of mail. The 6888th Central Postal Battalion were given six months to sort a hanger full of undelivered letters and got the task done in three months. “No mail, no morale” was their motto.

 

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