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Harlem Hellfighters II

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A historical poster that pays tribute to the legacy of the Harlem Hellfighters. A feared group of African American soldiers that fought bravely in World War I. The French awarded them the Croix de Guerre for brave and bitter fighting and the Germans that they were fighting gave them the name "Hellfighters". Since the majority of the regiment were from Harlem they became known in history as the "Harlem Hellfighters".  The 369th Regiment Military Band is also credited with helping introduce Jazz in France.

This poster features select images of the Harlem Hellfighters and the following words about them:


The 369th Infantry Regiment were the first African American infantry unit to fight in World War I.  They were one of the most feared units in the Allied forces and famous for never ceding an inch of ground. The Germans nicknamed them the "Harlem Hellfighters".


This work of art measures 17 inches x 11 inches (paper size) and 17 inches x 11 inches (image size). It is printed on high-quality glossy paper with a weight of 230 GSM. 

A beautiful historical poster meant to motivate, educate and inspire. Get one for your home, school, church or office today!

Unframed Poster: 17x11 inches (image size) - 17x11 inches (poster size)
Framed Poster: 19x13 inches (framed size) - 17x11 inches (poster size)

" Black History Happens Everyday "

 

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Description

A historical poster that pays tribute to the legacy of the Harlem Hellfighters. A feared group of African American soldiers that fought bravely in World War I. The French awarded them the Croix de Guerre for brave and bitter fighting and the Germans that they were fighting gave them the name "Hellfighters". Since the majority of the regiment were from Harlem they became known in history as the "Harlem Hellfighters".  The 369th Regiment Military Band is also credited with helping introduce Jazz in France.

This poster features select images of the Harlem Hellfighters and the following words about them:


The 369th Infantry Regiment were the first African American infantry unit to fight in World War I.  They were one of the most feared units in the Allied forces and famous for never ceding an inch of ground. The Germans nicknamed them the "Harlem Hellfighters".


This work of art measures 17 inches x 11 inches (paper size) and 17 inches x 11 inches (image size). It is printed on high-quality glossy paper with a weight of 230 GSM. 

A beautiful historical poster meant to motivate, educate and inspire. Get one for your home, school, church or office today!

Unframed Poster: 17x11 inches (image size) - 17x11 inches (poster size)
Framed Poster: 19x13 inches (framed size) - 17x11 inches (poster size)

" Black History Happens Everyday "

 

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Available Framed or Unframed
Height 17 inches
Length 11 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU sankofa-hellfighters2
Year Released 2020
Sankofa Designs
A company committed to learning, living and celebrating the life of inspirational and motivational African American throughout the diaspora.
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