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A century later, U.S. Army overturns convictions of 110 Black soldiers

The U.S. Army on Monday set aside the court-martial convictions from a century ago of 110 African American soldiers, including 19 who were executed, saying they were denied fair trials in a landmark acknowledgement of official racism in America.The Army Board for Correction of Military Records overturned the convictions, restoring their service records as having concluded honorably and making

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