Mama's Black Child, A Veteran's Memoir

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From the orange groves in Florida in the 1940s to the U.S. Army in the 1950s through the 1980s, J. Paul Montgomery fought prejudice for being a dark-complexioned black man, even within his own family. His U.S. Army service in communications/operations and recruitment took him from Florida to Hawaii, Thailand, Germany, Vietnam, and Korea, as well as several stateside army posts—a career that eventually ended with a diagnosis of depression and posttraumatic stress. This book details his exploits, musings, and heartaches as he makes his journey through a fascinating life.
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September 27, 2011
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