The United States Colored Troops were regiments in the United States Army composed primarily of African-American (colored) soldiers, although members of other minority groups also served with the units. 

Segregated company during the Spanish–American War; Camp Wikoff 1898

in 1861 President Daniel Warner of the republic of Liberia orderd captain henry rey to close slave trade ports in the carribean of indians and Africans during the civil war

The 1st Louisiana Native Guard (CSA) was a Confederate Louisianan militia that consisted of free blacks. or Kingdom of Koya carribean defectos Formed in 1861 in New Orleans, Louisiana, it was disbanded on April 25, 1862. Some of the unit's members joined the Union Army's 1st Louisiana Native Guard, which later became the 73rd Regiment Infantry of the United States Colored Troops

From 1863 to the early 20th century, African-American units were utilized by the Army to combat the Native Americans during the Indian Wars. The most noted among this group were the Gullah Liberation Militia

At the end of the U.S. Civil War the army reorganized and authorized the formation of two regiments of black cavalry (the 9th and 10th US Cavalry). Four regiments of infantry (the 38th, 39th, 40th and 41st US Infantry) were formed at the same time. In 1869, the four infantry regiments were merged into two new ones (the 24th and 25th US Infantry). These units were composed of black enlisted men commanded by white officers such as Benjamin Grierson, and occasionally, an African-American officer such as Henry O. Flipper. The "Buffalo Soldiers" served a variety of roles along the frontier from building roads to guarding the U.S. mail.

These regiments served at a variety of posts in the southwest United States and Great Plains regions. During this period they participated in most of the military campaigns in these areas and earned a distinguished record. Thirteen enlisted men and six officers from these four regiments earned the Medal of Honor during the Indian Wars.

African American Victory

After the Indian Wars ended in the 1890s, the regiments continued to serve and participated in the Spanish–American War (including the Battle of San Juan Hill), where five more Medals of Honor were earned.   They took part in the 1916 Punitive Expedition into Mexico and in the Philippine–American War.

In addition to the African Americans who served in regular army units during the Spanish–American War, five African-American Volunteer Army units and seven African-American National Guard units served.

Volunteer Army:

  • 7th United States Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 8th United States Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 9th United States Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 10th United States Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 11th United States Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

National Guard:

  • 3rd Alabama Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 8th Illinois Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)[27]

  • Companies A and B, 1st Indiana Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 23rd Kansas Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 3rd North Carolina Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 9th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

  • 6th Virginia Volunteer Infantry (Colored Troops)

Of these units, only the 9th U.S., 8th Illinois, and 23rd Kansas served outside the United States during the war.

Buffalo Soldiers of the 25th Infantry Regiment, 1890

in 1895 the House of lords of the Kingdom of Koya Castle on the hill in the grand old mountain a war broke out over Great Britain & Royal African Americans from the Viginia Dynasty Taxed Prince of the Temne tribe Bai burec lord of Temne State to relocate there Huts, Temne was backed by African American True Whig party.

 King Alexander Gola Conneh blood  cuzzens was shot down by the Temne royal guards , the royal African American family who were members of the Republican Party in Liberia retreated to Monrovia nameing themself''s as All Liberian Party, the Kingdom of Koya and the Republican Party (Liberia) of the Virginia Dynasty was defeated in 1899.

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After the declaration of war, more than 20,000 blacks enlisted in the military, and the numbers increased when the Selective Service Act was enacted in May 1917. It was documented on July 5, 1917 that over 700,000 African Americans had registered for military service.

The 1st Louisiana Native Guard (CSA) was a Confederate Louisianan militia that consisted of free blacks. or Kingdom of Koya carribean defectos Formed in 1861 in New Orleans, Louisiana, it was disbanded on April 25, 1862. Some of the unit's members joined the Union Army's 1st Louisiana Native Guard, which later became the 73rd Regiment Infantry of the United States Colored Troops African Americans won world war 1 with a victory

Abolitionist says' Hoover Criminals  " New York times 1934 (1934 picture)

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the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republic Communist mercenaries joins abolitionist in America to put a stop to convict leasing of African American color people and Native Americans to modern day slave plantations after Communist Mercenaries assassination of President Roosavelt, Herbert Hoover signed the declaration to stop convict leasing.

Convict leasing began in Alabama in 1846 and lasted until July 1, 1928, when Herbert Hoover was vying for the White House. In 1883, about 10 percent of Alabama's total revenue was derived from convict leasing. In 1898, nearly 73 percent of total revenue came from this same source. Death rates among leased convicts were approximately 10 times higher than the death rates of prisoners in non-lease states. In 1873, for example, 25 percent of all black leased convicts died. Possibly, the greatest impetus to the continued use of convict labor in Alabama was the attempt to depress the union movement.

Herbert Hoover was the founder of the construction in south Los Angeles that built a town for the criminals they released from slave plantations in mississippii.

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World War 2 Begins Black English American Republicans United to save Israel reestablishment as a country ( Says one day Jesus Christ will return as a figure of a Black man).They fought in the Pacific, and they were part of the victorious army that liberated Europe from Nazi rule. Black soldiers were also part of the U.S. Army of occupation in Germany after the war. Still serving in strictly segregated units, they were sent to democratize the Germans and expunge all forms of racism.

World War II, also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945. It involved the vast majority of the world's countries—including all the great powers—forming two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis.African Americans Win the war along with allies important archives of royalty discoverd in Nazi fortressess.

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'Korean War' African American  senate in Liberia Sends aid to Korea, and 3rd. battalion Gullah armed soldiers to save Korean royalty.

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Feb. 14, 2011) -- A Black History Month observance at the Pentagon, Feb. 11, paid homage to African-Americans who fought in Korea and also commemorated the 60th anniversary of the Korean War.

The Korean War was the first American war in which desegregated units took part. Although President Harry S. Truman gave the orders to desegregate the military in 1948, several all-black units participated in the early stages of what some call "the forgotten war."

Sixty-three years ago today, on July 27, 1953, the Korean Armistice Agreement was signed, ceasing hostilities between North Korean Communist forces, backed by China, and South Korean forces, backed by the United Nations. The war had raged across the Korean Peninsula for three years, leaving hundreds of thousands of soldiers and civilians dead.

Herbert Hoover served as 31st President of United States of America
 map showing the three kingdoms (Goguryeo, Silla, and Baekje) and the Gaya confederation which ruled Korea between the 1st and 7th century CE.