Primarily logistical support and medical.
Yes, Black Soldiers did fight in World War 1
Black soldiers added a lot to the population of the Union army. They had skills from working hard, and required little to no pay. They added many to the Union army, as the Confederate army had an overwhelming amount of white soldiers.
The black soldiers were not treated or paid equally. At first the black soldiers were paid as laborers.
Soldiers, you racist.
To kill and to break things.
none, as black soldiers were only invented in 1921.
At first there were no black soldiers fighting for the union until later on during the war.
Answer The movie Glory highlighted the role of the black soldiers who fought in the American Civil War. This was the first time black men served in the US Army. Later, the black soldier was used in the US Cavalry out west in the Plains Indian Wars. This movie was significant in that it informed the public of the role of the black soldier of the Civil War.
The soldiers wernt prepared for the war because they didnt have Black Ops
producing more soldiers!
yes they did and the role they played in the war were soldiers
yes black people were in the war
The black Union soldiers of the Civil War ate what everybody else ate, one of the meals were stewed donkey meat.
The role of the attack helicopters in the first gulf war was to destabilize the foot soldiers of the Iraqis with a view to providing a leeway for the advancement of the Allied Forces foot soldiers
yes they did
they did nothing but cry