Dedicated to WWI veteran and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, William Henry Johnson, also known as Black Death
He was a Harlem Hellfighter, a member of the famed 369th Colored Regiment, from NY. He fought in the Argonne Forest in France and recieved the Croix De Guerre (the French equivalent to the Congressional Medal of honor) but he received nothing from the United States military for his courage and sacrifice.
President Barack Obama awarded Henry Johnson, also known as Black Death, the Congressional Medal of Honor, during his second term in office.
Obama, our first Black Commander in Chief is featured in this coloring book along with a collection of great African American war heroes, all connected to Henry Johnson, such as: Benjamin Oliver Davis Sr., a member of the 369th and the first Black Army General, Hazel Johnson, the first Black female General, James Reese Europe----- Harlem Hellfighter Lt. and the "Martin Luther King of Music" AND MORE!