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Which of the following was true of African-Americans during The Second World War?
African-Americans, not whites, were often put in the most dangerous military engagements on the battlefield.
For the first time in history, they were granted equal wages in industries engaged in war production.
Many left Northern cities seeking work in war productions plants located in many Southern states.
African-American women were denied war work in defense plants due to racial prejudice.
Those in the military served in segregated units.