Kelly Miller's History of The World War for Human Rights: An Intensely Human and Brilliant Account of the World War; Why American Entered the Conflict; What the Allies Fought for; And a Thrilling Account of the Important Part Taken by the Negro in the Tragic Defeat of Germany; The Downfall of Autocracy, and Complete Victory for the Cause of Righteousness and Freedom [cover title: Kelly Miller's Authentic History of the Negro in the World War]
[N.p.]: Austin Jenkins Co., ca. 1919. Very Good. Item #12524
[N.p.]: Austin Jenkins Co., [ca. 1919]. Presumed First Edition with no additional printings listed, "Austin Jenkins Co." to spine, and no publisher listed at title page. Octavo. xiii, 17-600, 705-712 [20 pp. terms of peace; 8 pp. chronology of war]. Note at foot of p. 705 reads "X 104 pages of unnumbered halftone pictures add to text should make this page 705." Black and white photographs and illustrations. Blue publisher's cloth stamped in red, black, and silver. No dust jacket.
Boards lightly edgeworn with some minor fraying. Binding is sound and pages unmarked.
Extensive history of World War I and the roles that Black soldiers played in the allied victory, with numerous illustrations and photographs.