Buffalo Soldiers Seek to Preserve History
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Buffalo Soldiers Seek to Preserve History

Dozens of Buffalo Soldiers, African American World War II veterans who served when the military was still segregated, gathered for the annual reunion of the 92nd Army Division at the Hilton Hotel in Silver Spring. As time thins their ranks, some fear their legacy may be forgotten.

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