Date of Award
Master of Arts
David A. Hackett
For the most part, Hispanics in the U.S. military were not segregated into separate units, but there was, at least, one known exception. It is this particular story of a National Guard unit from El Paso, Texas designated as Company E that has received minimal attention by historians. This unit was unlike any other unit of the National Guard in that it consisted only of Mexican-Americans.
Received from ProQuest
Rodriguez, Jorge, "A History of El Paso's Company E in World War II" (2010). Open Access Theses & Dissertations. 2575.