17 July, 1944. World War II. 50 Sailors, all black, are convicted of Mutiny for refusing to return to work on the docks of Port Chicago Naval Base, two months after surviving an explosion ... See full summary »

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17 July, 1944. World War II. 50 Sailors, all black, are convicted of Mutiny for refusing to return to work on the docks of Port Chicago Naval Base, two months after surviving an explosion on those same docks which killed more than 300 other Naval personnel. The "Port Chicago 50" is the largest mass mutiny trial in U.S. history and the judgement of the courts-martial have stood for more than half a century, but, were the convictions justified? Written by K.O. Jackson

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