One Woman's Army

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One Woman's Army: A Black Officer Remembers the WAC


by Charity Adams Earley


232 Pages

Ocotber 1995


When America entered World War II, the surge of patriotism was not confined to men. Congress authorized the organization of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (later renamed Women's Army Corps) in 1942, and hundreds of women were able to join in the war effort. Charity Edna Adams became the first black woman commissioned as an officer.