Jump to World War II - Black women also enlisted in the WAAC (Women's Army Auxiliary Corps) which soon converted to the WAC (Women's Army Corps), . In 1941, the overwhelming majority of the nation's African American population--10 of 13 million--still lived in the South, primarily in rural areas. During the war . The battalion was the only black Women's Army Corps unit deployed to Europe in World War II. 'Over my dead body, sir,' replied Maj. Charity Adams, not sure if . Feb 13, 2017 - The only all-African-American Women's Army Corps unit sent to Europe during World War II, the 6888th was responsible for clearing years' . Minority women faced particular difficulties during the World War II era. African American women struggled to find jobs in the defense industry, and found that . Feb 9, 2017 - African American women were not immune to the United States' public call to arms after America entered World War II in 1941. Women who . Aug 30, 2011 - Not known to many people in the history of WWII are the Black women who served in the military. Yes, they did not fight on the battle lines as . 'We served America too!' Personal recollections of African American women in the Women's Army Corps during World War II. Ann Arbor, MI, UMI,1994. 296 p. Nov 28, 2012 - Last year, the film 'Red Tails' shined a light on the oft-forgotten story of the Tuskegee Airmen, an all-black group of fighter pilots during World .