Reddit Reddit reviews The Harlem Hellfighters

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The Harlem Hellfighters
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9 Reddit comments about The Harlem Hellfighters:

u/[deleted] · 19 pointsr/casualiama

Did you know that the first American troops to capture German trenches in WWI was a national guard unit from NYC called the Harlem Hellfighters and that there is a graphic novel about them?

Did you know that Harriet Tubman served as a military commander during the civil war and led troops in South Carolina?

What are your favorite black military history facts?

u/Pedantic_Pat · 6 pointsr/todayilearned

Max Brooks, author of World War Z and Zombie Survival Guide, has a graphic novel about these guys, and replied to me about it in an AMA. Check it out!

u/ArcherofArchet · 3 pointsr/historyteachers

Max Brooks's The Harlem Hellfighters is great... it was kind of an off-the-beaten-path WWI narrative when it came out. (And then Battlefield 1 happened.)

u/iwasinmybunk · 2 pointsr/zombies

i asked about this and how it would affect his negotiations/feelings about another of his properties being turned into a show or movie. He said he absolutely zero control and no one consulted him about the movie. He said that will smiths production company is not only making a movie based on this book, but wants him to write the script.

Also some web based tv production company is looking to make a show based on extinction parade. He said he was more interested in having control after the WWZ experience.

u/mikejones72 · 2 pointsr/pics

Sickening. I never knew of this group but I just purchased this ... The Harlem Hellfighters
Looking forward to learning more.

u/samreven · 2 pointsr/HistoryPorn

Recommend reading this book to learn more:

u/Kramereng · 1 pointr/xboxone

There's a great graphic novel about them called...The Harlem Hellfighters. See here:

u/raskolnik · 1 pointr/todayilearned

If by "is writing" you mean "has released," then yes. Amazon link.

I'm reading it right now ... good story, illustrations kind of suck though. Black-and-white, which normally I wouldn't care about, but the style doesn't distinguish between objects very well.

u/gosso920 · 1 pointr/todayilearned