0 Memorial Day and America's Black Patriots
- Black History
- by Hugh Smith
In the 20th Century when the United States declared war against Germany, Dr. Louis T. Wright (shown above) enlisted in the US Army.
In 1918, he was on the front lines in St. Die, France. Dr. Wright, (1891-1952), excelled in the field of medicine and brain trauma. He is the author of nearly 20 academic papers about brain surgery.
He graduated from Clark University in Atlanta in 1911. Dr. Wright graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1915.
For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots features an excellent profile of Dr. Wright, along with 28 other significant African Americans who served their country in the armed forces.
You'll also find profiles about specific marine regiments, infantry divisions, airborne divisions, and calvary divisions.
Discover more about America' Black Patriots in the iPhone/Android App: Black History Audio Book III. Within the Android version of the app you can watch the videos featuring all 9 chapters of the America's Black Patriots story.
Below I am at the Lindenwold, New Jersey USA Memorial Park on Memorial Day, 2019.